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Second Love - Pain Of Salvation - Remedy Lane (CD, Album)

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  1. "We are eleven and she is the love of my life But one week from now she will turn her back on me Four years from now she will give me hope, then sleep with my best friend Five years from now it is the two of us but by then there is nothing left of this aching love amd this soaring.
  2. Because we are eleven and she is the love of my life." "We are eleven and she is the love of my life But one week from now she will turn her back on me Four years from now she will give me hope, then sleep with my best friend Five years from now it is the two of us but by then there is nothing left of this aching love amd this soaring love.
  3. Jan 01,  · Specifications: Song: Fandango (studio album version) Artist: Pain of Salvation Album: Remedy Lane Year: Publisher: Inside Out Music
  4. While both Remedy Lane and Pain of Salvation's second album, One Hour by the Concrete Lake, feature a protagonist searching for self-discovery, Remedy Lane addresses a wider variety of themes, including love, loss, lust, sex and self-understanding. The album, written by guitarist and vocalist Daniel Gildenlöw, is semi-autobiographical in pertcatigacelacorntabdihereati.xyzinfo: Progressive rock, progressive metal.
  5. Remedy Lane has long been lauded as Pain of Salvation’s finest hour, it’s their Close to the Edge, if you like, and as per the latter, there was often the question asked, “why don’t they do something like it again”.Well, Daniel Gildenlöw has obviously been listening and has gone one better than that by bringing something exactly like Remedy Lane, almost note for note, in fact.
  6. Jan 23,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Remedy Lane on Discogs.5/5(3).
  7. Remedy Lane lies on the lighter side of Pain of Salvation’s music, a bridge between the aggression of One Hour by the Concrete Lake and their live acoustic project, Songs such as Second Love, while barren of odd the time signatures and solos is equally as entertaining and fulfilling to listen to as heavier tracks such as A Trace of Blood.
  8. Another minor irritant is the repeated use of the phrase 'remedy lane', leading one to imagine some sort of unifying title track to climax the story. Instead we get a sort of synth-y overture 2/3 of the way through the album. Let's not talk about "Second Love", a song that sounds like (and may've been) written by Daniel when he was roughly twelve.

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