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  • Paatos: Timeloss ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Arcàngelo: ARC Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [m] Master Release. Edit Master Release Data Correct. Add all to Wantlist Remove all from Wantlist. Marketplace
  • The album was released on the Mellotronen label in exclusively on vinyl and shortly after on CD in Japan and the rest of the planet. After some turmoil and a long break Stefan Dimle and Johan Wallén leave the band in
  • Paatos is a new band from Sweden, consisting of former members of "Landberk" and an unknown (at least to me) band called "Ägg". This album, called "Timeloss" was their amazing debut. I think it is the perfect example of how modern prog should or could sound like/5(30).
  • Jul 30,  · Paatos ' debut album falls somewhere between Landberk 's Indian Summer and Morte Macabre 's Symphonic Holocaust. Of course, Reine Fiske 's flowing basslines and Stefan Dimle's dreamy guitar licks account for most of the basis for these comparisons. Timeloss offers a very strong, if somewhat short debut.
  • In music conversations and in the chat-rooms, you'll be surprised by how many people insist that Paatos's first album Timeloss is superior to their second CD, Kallocain. Which probably explains why InsideOut's re-release of the record has been so well received.
  • Aug 01,  · Stockholm-based five piece Paatos released their debut album Timeloss in , featuring an interesting blend of seventies (progressive) rock and jazz-rock with psychedelic edges. The follow-up, Kallocain, came out in June and contains some rather radical style changes, which were actually already hinted at on their first CD. In other words, it.
  • Paatos: Timeloss ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Arcàngelo: ARC Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection 5/5(6).
  • An excellent debut album, Paatos create something of brilliance and at times utter beauty. Calling themselves "meloncholic post-rock" is true, but the music goes much beyond that drawing influences such as jazz (and alot of it!!), classical, and even trip-hop (on the epic "suprise" Quits).
  • The booklet that accompanies the CD features both lyrics and pictures that add value to the package. If you are musically adventurous and open-minded and have not yet heard Paatos, then start with Timeloss and buy the rest as well. I subtract one star for the album's brevity (around 40 minutes) and for the cacophonous ending I described/5(5).