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Pain - Nothing Remains The Same (7,5/10) - Sweden - 2002

Genre: Industrial Pop Metal
Label: Stockholm Records
Playing time: 60:08
Band homepage: Pain


  1. It's Only Them
  2. Shut Your Mouth
  3. Close My Eyes
  4. Just Hate Me
  5. Save Me
  6. Injected Paradise
  7. Eleanor Rigby
  8. Expelled
  9. Pull Me Under
  10. The Game
  11. Fade Away
  12. Hate Me (Bonus-Track)
  13. Liar (Bonus-Track)
  14. Give It Up (Bonus-Track)
  15. Shut Your Mouth (Video-Track)
Pain - Nothing Remains The Same
PAIN = Peter Tägtgren = Industrial Rock/Metal or whatever you want to call this. I had my prejudices against this CD, don't know why, it was somehow subconscious, but they're paying me for reviewing. Wait - no one's paying anything for that! Never mind...

The stuff on "Nothing Remains The Same" is altogether very catchy, nothing too hard or complicated, it's all, well, straight and catchy throughout the whole CD with clear vocals which you already know a bit from Tägtgren and HYPOCRISY. He adds a little touch of Industrial to everything and now and then a modern sound through keyboards, but anyway a lot of melody.

The only problem about it for me is: The thing's good, but what the hell shall I write about it? Let's keep it short, listen to "It's Only Them", "Shut Your Mouth" or "Fade Away" and make your own decision, oh yes, "Eleanor Rigby" is a very good cover version of the BEATLES and it's worth listening to it. I'm finishing now, otherwise I'll only write more garbage...

Alexander Melzer

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