Pain - You Only Live Twice

7.8 | 140 votes |
Release date: 3 June 2011
Style: Gothic industrial metal


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Disc I
01. Let Me Out
02. Feed The Demons
03. The Great Pretender
04. You Only Live Twice
05. Dirty Woman
06. We Want More
07. Leave Me Alone
08. Monster
09. Season Of The Reaper

Disc II [Limited edition]
01. Crawling Thru Bitterness [Unreleased 2011]
02. The Great Pretender [Millboy & Peka P Remix]
03. Dirty Woman [MC Raaka Pee Remix]
04. You Only Live Twice [Rectifier Remix]
05. Leave Me Alone [Rectifier Remix]
06. Eleanor Rigby [The Beatles cover] [Live at Sundown Festival, 2008]
07. Follow Me [Live in Brussels, 2009]
08. I Don't Care [Live at Raimsmes Festival, 2009]
09. Bitch [Live at Raismes Festival, 2009]

Guest review by
Welcome Painheads and enter another journey of luxurious music where Pain is pleasure. I believe there is no need to mention who the man behind the wheels (read: vocals, guitars, bass and keyboards) of Pain is. Peter Tägtgren released You Only Live Twice as Pain's 7th studio album which I admit, I awaited very anxiously for, since his previous work Cynic Paradise did not impress me as I hoped it would, as I found it too soft, even though I am very well aware that Pain doesn't deliver the most bone crushing sound and is more of Tägtgren's soft, melodic alter-ego. I was really hoping that its successor would bring something a bit more vigorous to Pain's discography and fortunately I wasn't wrong, even though I needed some time for this album to grow on me.

published 30.11.2011 | Comments (18)

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01.11.2010 - 14:15
Rating: 5
I hope it will be much better than the last one...
27.01.2011 - 15:18
18.04.2011 - 08:09
peter said "this album will be the more heavy, close to death metal ":banger2:
06.06.2011 - 21:47
Rating: 9
Tägtgren is such a hitmaker. Like this album a lot, bonus CD with remixes is also catchy as hell.
Some suffer to the point when they grow numb.
Others are so numb they deserve to suffer.
07.06.2011 - 16:49
Rating: 9
The Best Pain's Album
07.06.2011 - 18:43
Sometimes his vocal is similar to AC/DC
08.06.2011 - 13:54
Dark Phoenix
Listened for the album for the first time this morning when driving and by the first impression I'm liking it alot! Very catchy, well oriented, good balance between the electronics & guitars. Comparing it to Cynic Paradise a definite step forward.
10.06.2011 - 03:38
Rating: 6
Has some good tracks, but it's very inconsistent. I found fair number of the tracks were really weak. The better ones are probably some of my favorite recent Pain songs though. Worth checking out at least.
21.06.2011 - 11:43
After the quite boring last two albums this is a very welcome improvement!

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