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Album · 2001

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1. I Am Nothing (4:01)
2. Mouth (3:45)
3. Fader (3:57)
4. Look at Me Now (3:37)
5. Illumination (4:31)
6. Something Real (3:35)
7. Divided (3:27)
8. Sell It to the World (3:11)
9. Never Again (4:38)
10. Control (3:29)
11. No Reason (3:14)
12. World Pretending (4:28)

Total Time: 45:59


- Nick Holmes / Vocals
- Gregor Mackintosh / Guitar, Keyboards, Programming, String Arrangements
- Aaron Aedy / Guitar
- Stephen Edmondson / Bass
- Lee Morris / Drums

Additional performers:
- Dinah Beamish / Cello
- Jacqueline Norrie / Violin
- Clare Finnimore / Viola
- Sophie Harris / Cello
- Claire Orsler / Viola
- Sally Herbert / Violin, String Arrangements
- John Fryer / Programming

About this release

Label: EMI
Release Date: February 26, 2001

Produced by John Fryer and Greg Brimson.
Mixed by Gerhard Wolfle.
Engineered by John Fryer and Paradise Lost.
Mastered by Michael Schwabe.

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"Believe in Nothing" is the 8th full-length studio album by UK goth metal act Paradise Lost. The album was released in February 2001 by EMI.

After the electronic experiments on "Host (1999)", the band opted to return to a heavier and more guitar driven sound again on "Believe in Nothing". Probably to the great relief of most of their fans. "Host" didn´t exactly go down well with the more "metal" oriented part of the band´s fans but personally I kind of enjoyed the rather Depeche Mode sounding album. When you listen closely to "Believe in Nothing" it´s actually not that different from "Host" though. At least not when we´re talking vocal melodies and structure of the songs. It´s the instrumentation and especially the added distortion on the guitars that makes the difference.

"Believe in Nothing" is a well produced, well played and as such well composed affair, but the songs sound too much the same IMO. I think it´s a problem that I´m still, after 10 years, not able to remember the tracks on the album. It´s funny because I can listen to the album and hum along to most the tracks while the album is playing, but as soon as the album is finished playing, I can´t, for the life of me, remember any of the songs. So while the album isn´t exactly weak or bad in any way, it´s a very mediocre effort by Paradise Lost and it´s probably the last album by the band that I would recommend getting. Hell I even like "Host" more than this one. At least that one was daring and adventurous. "Believe in Nothing" is predictable and way too safe. A 2.5 star rating is warranted and I might even be a bit too nice here.

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