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9 Comments on " Year Of Summer - Paradise Lost - Host (CD, Album) "

  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Host on Discogs. Label: EMI Electrola - CDP • Format: CD Sampler, Promo • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop3/5(1).
  • It sounds particularly brilliant on "Year of Summer" and "Host". Nick's voice is excellent. On this album he has chosen to sing all the way through, and it suits extremely well. On first listen of "Host" I was stunned by the emotion Paradise Lost had created with their new musical style. I've heard many people refer to this album as "pop", how comical/5(14).
  • Apr 21,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Host on Discogs. Label: EMI - TOCP,EMI - TOCP • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Leftfield, Drum n Bass, Synth-pop/5(9).
  • Paradise Lost ‎– Host Label: EMI ‎– 4 2 0, EMI ‎– 0 4 47 2 0, EMI ‎– /5(15).
  • Label: Chrysalis - ,Chrysalis - 5 2 9 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop Paradise Lost - Host (, CD) | Discogs/5.
  • Apr 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Host on Discogs. Label: EMI - 4 2 0,EMI - 0 4 47 2 0,EMI - ,EMI - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop/5().
  • Nothing can top albums like "Shades of God" or "Icon", but this is definitely a Paradise Lost and not a Depeche Mode album (not that I heard any of them, but this CD sounds like Paradise Lost in did, and I really doubt that Depeche Mode ever wrote Songs like "In all Honesty"!)/5(37).
  • Heavy metal is a hard category when a band wants or needs to change. So it isn't a surprise that Paradise Lost lost many fans when the group's previous albums, Draconian Times and One Second, were released. Host isn't an exception -- vice versa, it goes even deeper into experimental rock. This time Paradise Lost even uses synths and programming, but mixing them with distorted guitar sounds.
  • Aedy said Host is the "darkest" Paradise Lost album, but noted the band wasn't happy with the production; the album was remastered and re-released in [9] Contents.