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Papa Roach's new album The Paramour Sessions shows a band at the peak of their creative prowess. Living in the mansion together for several months allowed the band to create an album that captures a plethora of emotional states. One listen to the blistering"Crash"or the atmospheric undertones of"Forever"and listeners will be floored.
Papa Roach's new album The Paramour Sessions shows a band at the peak of their creative prowess. Living in the mansion together for several months allowed the band to create an album that captures a plethora of emotional states. One listen to the blistering"Crash"or the atmospheric undertones of"Forever"and listeners will be floored.
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Format: CD
Label: Geffen
Catalog: 0007486
Rel. Date: 09/12/2006
UPC: 602517057388

The Paramour Sessions [PA]
Artist: Papa Roach
Format: CD
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Papa Roach's new album The Paramour Sessions shows a band at the peak of their creative prowess. Living in the mansion together for several months allowed the band to create an album that captures a plethora of emotional states. One listen to the blistering"Crash"or the atmospheric undertones of"Forever"and listeners will be floored.

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''The Paramour Sessions'' is the fifth album by Californian rock band Papa Roach. It was released on September 12, 2006. While pre-recording, the band rented the Paramour Mansion, which the album name reflects. Two singles were released from the album, "...To Be Loved" and "Forever". The deluxe edition of the album was released on July 5, 2007. This album was the last the band recorded with drummer Dave Buckner. - Wikipedia

The title may conjure, say, Elvis Costello, but first single "To Be Loved" conjures, um, Papa Roach's Infest. A hybrid of the old-timey rap-metal spunk the kids are afraid to play these days and the Bon Jovi ballast of comeback single "Scars," "Loved" is a requiem for a Durstian dream.

The title may conjure, say, Elvis Costello, but first single "To Be Loved" conjures, um, Papa Roach's Infest. A hybrid of the old-timey rap-metal spunk the kids are afraid to play these days and the Bon Jovi ballast of comeback single "Scars," "Loved" is a requiem for a Durstian dream.

 

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