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The Perfect Element Part I


Download links and information about The Perfect Element Part I by Pain Of Salvation. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Metal genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:12:37 minutes.

Artist: Pain Of Salvation
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Metal
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:12:37
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No. Title Length
1. Used 5:23
2. In the Flesh 8:36
3. Ashes 4:28
4. Morning On Earth 4:34
5. Idioglossia 8:29
6. Her Voices 7:56
7. Dedication 4:00
8. King of Loss 9:46
9. Reconciliation 4:24
10. Song for the Innocent 3:02
11. Falling 1:50
12. The Perfect Element 10:09



Sweden's Pain of Salvation represents a consortium of progressive/metal rockers who seemingly enjoy the "concept album" format. This 2000 release, titled The Perfect Element I, signifies the band's follow-up to its 1999 effort One Hour By the Concrete Lake. Here, the group effectively melds relatively strong compositions with pertinent injections of technical proficiency and shrewdly crafted rhythmic developments. However, in most instances, the musicians infuse raucous heavy metal type licks with '70s-style progressive rock, as they perhaps intimate the best of both idioms via resplendent imagery, driving beats, and crunching guitars along with a penchant for fabricating memorable melodies. Lead vocalist/guitarist Daniel Gildenlow often toggles his wares between gruff, dark intonations and harmonious or infectious lyricism. Hence, the singer's dual approach instills a bit of a paradox, as the overall demeanor of this band seemingly fluctuates on a moment's notice. However, The Perfect Element I is a reasonably stylish effort — one that should extend the musicians' current fan base.