Category: Progressive Rock

Published 26.12.2019 by

Mommy Leave The Light On - The Flower Kings - Paradox Hotel (CD, Album)

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  1. Vudorr said:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Paradox Hotel on Discogs. Label: Inside Out Music (2) - IOMCD • Format: 2x, CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock Mommy Leave The Light On: End On A High Note: The Flower Kings: Paradox Hotel ‎ (2xCD, Album 4/5(1).
    03.01.2020
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  2. Vir said:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Paradox Hotel - The Flower Kings on AllMusic - - The ever prolific Roine Stolt brings his Swedish 7/
    30.12.2019
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  3. Malat said:
    Released in a double cd clear jewel case, housed in a cardboard slipcase with a page booklet. The booklet is called "Paradox Hotel Guest Book". Track is "for the tsunami victims and survivors". Made in Germany4/5.
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  4. Tygolmaran said:
    Mommy Leave The Light on is overall dark and mellow (About a dying child). The electric keyboard playing is haunting and creates an atmosphere similar to the first instrumental break of Suppers Ready. The song tends to drag though as well as the transition to the following track with the "Mommy Leave the Light on!" looped for a minute //5(58).
    28.12.2019
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  5. Tugrel said:
    Paradox Hotel, an Album by The Flower Kings. Released 24 March on InsideOut (catalog no. SPV DCD; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog.
    28.12.2019
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  6. Kajigul said:
    InSideOut/SPV. Release Date: by: FRODE LEIRVIK a.k.a. frodeo Email: fl(AT) metalexpressradio(DOT)com. Attempting a more dynamic expression and perhaps a more direct approach to the music, The Flower Kings return with yet another double album, Paradox ostifurtvingfuncnachreyprotadmaconnibb.xyzinfo the words of mastermind Roine Stolt, they have used a thicker brush this time, while painting their .
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  7. Magor said:
    That is the theme of “Mommy Leave the Light On,” but the sought-after peace of mind is elusive in this hotel when there are monsters staying in the room just next-door. For that reason, we will often seek to deceive ourselves into merely believing that everything is okay: “Mommy, can you tell me why / There is no way we can escape from dying?
    03.01.2020
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