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Entropia

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Download links and information about Entropia by Pain Of Salvation. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:04:51 minutes.

Artist: Pain Of Salvation
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:04:51
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. ! (Foreword) 6:11
2. Welcome to Entropia 1:22
3. Winning a War 6:32
4. People Passing By 9:07
5. Oblivion Ocean 4:42
6. Stress 5:00
7. Revival 7:38
8. Void of Her 1:46
9. To the End 4:56
10. Circles 0:55
11. Nightmist 6:48
12. Plains of Dawn 7:23
13. Leaving Entropia (Epilogue) 2:31

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This debut recording (originally released in 1997) by Swedish prog metal band Pain of Salvation proved to be a well-needed breath of fresh air for a genre that was full of self-parody and self-indulgence. Led by vocalist/lyricist Daniel Gildenlow, their unique style draws from influences such as Dream Theater, Queensrÿche, Faith No More, King's X, Pink Floyd, and Frank Zappa, to name a few. Their theatrical, concept-like approach is offered in three chapters and is delivered with emotion, intelligence, integrity, passion, and poignancy. These qualities, which are often strived for but rarely attained, seem to come from the number of years the band spent together honing their craft. Their fine musicianship serves the music first and rarely falls into self-aggrandizing. While their fastidious approach would eventually push them to even greater creative heights, Entropia marked the arrival of one of the genre's few innovators.