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Paradise Lost celebrates 25 years with rarities comp

Posted by Loren on October 15, 2013

Paradise Lost celebrates 25 years with rarities comp
Paradise Lost celebrates 25 years with rarities comp

Paradise Lost is getting set to release a compilation titled Tragic Illusion 25 (The Rarities) on Nov. 5. To mark the occassion, the band is also puttout out a lmited edition 10" (300 copies) as they celebrate 25 years. On the rarities disc, all songs are previously released except for a new track, "Loneliness Remains" and the new songs "Gothic 2013" and "Our Saviour 2013." All three new songs will also appear on the 10".

Tragic Illusion 25 (The Rarities) track listing:

1. Loneliness Remains*

2. Never Take Me Alive (SPEAR OF DESTINY cover version)

3. Ending Through Changes

4. The Last Fallen Saviour

5. Last Regret (Lost in Prague Orchestra Mix)

6. Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us (Lost in Prague Orchestra Mix)

7. Cardinal Zero

8. Back On Disaster

9. Sons Of Perdition

10. Godless

11. Missing (EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL cover version)

12. Silent Heart

13. Gothic 2013*

14. Our Saviour 2013*

*=tracks that appear on the limited 10"

 

PARADISE LOST "Tragic Illusion 25th Anniversary" UK Tour w/ LACUNA COIL and KATATONIA

Oct. 30th - Wolverhampton - Wulfrun Hall 

Oct. 31st - Glasgow - ABC

Nov. 1st - Manchester - Ritz 

Nov. 3rd - London - Roundhouse 

PARADISE LOST "Tragic Illusion 25th Anniversary" EU Tour w/ LACUNA COIL and KATATONIA

Nov. 4th - Cologne, Germany - Essigfabrik

Nov. 6th - Herford, Germany - Club X

Nov. 7th - Aschaffenburg, Germany - Colos Saal

Nov. 8th - Dordrecht, Netherlands - Bibelot

Nov. 10th - Utrecht, Netherlands - Tivoli Oudegracht

Nov. 11th - Nuremberg, Germany - Hirsch

Nov. 12th - Vienna, Austria - Arena

Nov. 13th - Solothurn, Switzerland - Kofmehl

Paradise Lost celebrates 25 years with rarities comp
Paradise Lost celebrates 25 years with rarities comp

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