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Pain Of Salvation - Road Salt One

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  1. Jul 23,  · But, that said, Pain of Salvation has long been the darling of the progressive rock and metal scene, with legions of fans who love their technical prowess and pop sensibility. Road Salt, then, stands to be a great disappointment for a large number of /5(38).
  2. Jun 15,  · For some reason I actually got "Road Salt Two" prior to getting this one, so I came at the whole concept backwards. The two albums form a singular story as sung and written by the multi-talented Daniel Gildenlow. Fans of Pain Of Salvation are all over the place in their reviews of this one/5(34).
  3. Road Salt One sounds like Pain of Salvation had the idea of doing a stripped-down, non-metal song, did a couple demos, and just went with the best version. Then, they repeated this process until they had enough music to fill an album/5.
  4. Listening to Road Salt One, part of what Gildenlow meant is illuminated. Scarsick brought the band’s well cloaked rock attitude on the surface, but the scratching under it, reveals that its straight rock aura was somewhat imperfectly balanced with the band’s previous musical legacy on a significant amount of songs/5.
  5. Despite having gotten a preview of Road Salt One's sound with the release of the Linoleum EP last year, this effort still manages to be one of the biggest stylistic jumps in the band's twenty year career. In terms of both music and lyrics, this album is a complete antithesis of everything that 's Scarsick stood for.

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