Paradise Lost - Draconian Times (1995).
1990 - Lost Paradise. 1992 - Shades Of God. 1993 - Icon. 1995 - Draconian Times. 2001 - Believe In Nothing. 2002 - Symbol Of Life. 2005 - Paradise Lost.
Gothic Metal Paradise Lost. Band Name Paradise Lost. Album Name Draconian Times. Released date 12 June 1995. Labels Music For Nations.
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One Second is the sixth album released by the British metal band Paradise Lost. Following Draconian Times, the album marks the group's first complete departure from doom metal in favour of a more gothic and electronic direction. One Second is Paradise Lost's first album recorded in digital format. Two songs, "The Hour" and "Slave", were written for this album, but have not been included on the album nor its reissues. The two songs are included on the second version of the single "One Second".
Paradise Lost - Draconian Times MMXI CD/2xDVD EXCELLENT CONDITION (2011). Paradise Lost, Draconian times ( Cdmfn 184) CD Album. Paradise Lost - Draconian Times MMXI.
Overall, "Draconian Times" is a terrific gothic/doom metal masterpiece of stunning and powerful beauty and darkness that has really stood the test of time ever since it's release back in 1995. Simply put it, it is truly one of the absolute best and most underrated metal albums of the 90's, and as I mentioned earlier, it is the best album in the entire Paradise Lost discography hands down in my opinion, I just love it from start to finish. If you're new to Paradise Lost, then by all means, this album would sure really be a great place to start with. This is a decent repackage of Paradise Lost's breakthrough album Draconian Times. The dvd audio of the album in . surround is a nice gesture. Also includes the videos for The Last Time and Forever Failure and a bonus live video of Hallowed Land from around 95.
The monologue samples on "Forever Failure" is Charles Manson, from The Man Who Killed the 60s documentary. Tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9. 10 and 12 by Holmes & Mackintosh.