Art-School – Paradise Lost Review

I believe that Paradise Lost is the final album from Art-School that I have listened to. It’s interesting because the album is actually the second or third album that I listened to.

It is also one of my favorite albums by the band because it presented a different style that the band didn’t previously readily use: a slower tempo and more experimentation.

The sixteen songs contain a lot of singles like “Danny Boy” and “Kage.” It is one of the best releases by the band because it marked a transition from their sound previously to how it sounds currently.

I think Paradise Lost is one of the most important albums by Art-School because it marks a big point in Japanese rock as well as a changing point in the sound of the band.

While their later singles and albums had a bit of a return to their older sound, this album marked something very special only met by a few other Japanese bands.

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