The Paramour Sessions - Papa Roach Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Nu Metal / Artist: Papa Roach / Audio CD released 2006-09-11 at Geffen / Disc #1 ... more
The Paramour Sessions - Papa Roach ... Tracklisting
1 ...To Be Loved
4 The World Around You
6 I Devise My Own Demise
7 Time Is Running Out
8 What Do You Do?
9 My Heart Is A Fist
10 No More Secrets
12 The Fire
13 Roses On My Grave
Newest Review: ... according to the band members the place holds a very weird ambience where spirits can be felt. I don't know about how true ... more
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Customer The Paramour Sessions - Papa Roach Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/09/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
It is really to pinpoint what Papa Roach's musical direction really is. Their first album was a fusion of rap and metal which actually worked well but just as quickly as they had brought their fans this style of music, they quickly dropped it on their follow up album. This was in truth quite cynical as the "nu metal" genre was dying a death and so their style was reinvented. Their second effort was a muddled affair and difficult to really enjoy but after a terrific third album, I was truly looking forward to their fourth studio album. The album is titled Paramour Sessions and comes from the fact that the album was recorded in the Paramour studios and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/09 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I had first heard Papa Roach when I heard their biggest hit "Last Resort",which was out a few years ago. I hadn't really heard anything from them recently (their rarely on the radio anyway) so when I saw "The Paramour Sessions" on sale in my local CD shop I thought I'd give them a listen... The CD starts with two of the best songs on this album, "...To Be Loved" and "Alive". Both are real headbangers with heavy guitar throughout which can make it hard to hear the singer Jacob Shaddixy whose lyrics are actually suprisingly good. In "Alive" the guitar in the pre-chorus is absolutely insane. "..to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/08, updated on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Papa Roach: The paramour sessions Papa roach have been going since around the year 2000, they have released 3 other albums and I am now reviewing their latest album the paramour sessions which was released in 2006. Alive (N' out of control) 3:22 This track shows what type of band they are from the first few seconds. It has a metal rhythm to it along with a type of beat that you just want to headband to (I had to resist other wise my glasses would of come flying off and broke). The lyrics are amazing I had researched what they were because you can't really hear the vocals over the beat. But as soon as I read them I could ... Read the complete review
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