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Artists :: P :: Pain of Salvation :: BE

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Title: BE
Label: InsideOut Music
Release: October, 2004
Staff Rating: 8.0
Member Rating: N/A

Notes: A live performance of BE was released on DVD shortly after the album's release. A CD of that performance was included with the DVD.

Song Listings

Track:

Title:

Length:

01.

Animae Partus ("I Am")

(1:48)

02.

Deus Nova

(3:18)

03.

Imago (Homines Partus)

(5:11)

04.

Pluvius Aestivus

(5:00)

05.

Lilium Cruentus (Deus Nova)

(5:28)

06.

Nauticus (Drifting)

(4:59)

07.

Dea Pecuniae

(10:10)

08.

Vocari Dei

(3:50)

09.

Diffidentia (Breaching the Core)

(7:37)

10.

Nihil Morari

(6:21)

11.

Latericius Valete

(2:28)

12.

Omni

(2:37)

13.

Iter Impius

(6:21)

14.

Martius / Nauticus II

(6:41)

15.

Animae Partus II

(4:09)

:: Staff Reviews :.

Reviewer: john
Score: 8/10
BE is a good example of a concept album getting in the way of its perfectly fine concept. It kicks off with nothing short of a narration from God--Pain of Salvation have clearly come to terms with their delusions of grandeur--and eventually moves on to an unfunny skit about some guy trying to get his girlfriend to suck him off and eventually telling her she can drive his car so long as she's good at working the stick. "But it's an automatic!" isn't exactly Bill Hicks material. The admittedly nuanced story that's presented by all of these scenes comes off as little more than lyracist Daniel Gildenl÷w waving his 14-inch intellectual cock around in our faces, and it doesn't do anything to complement the music. Read the full review...

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