ID 181 • Edition CD: Noble Rot – NOT5014 – 800.923.1122 • Record Paradise LostBand Cirith UngolRelease date Tue 29 Jan 2008 • Release label Noble Rot • Release number NOT5014 - 800.923.1122

Digipak. Re-released in 2008 on Noble Rot. This second edition is a quite plain and simple digipak. It features one page liner notes by Martin Huxley. No lyrics or bonus tracks are included. Contrary to popular belief, this is not a bootleg – it has been confirmed by Robert Garven.

27 Mar 2008 on Paradise Lost:
Dani: New reissue of Paradise Lost, released 2008 on Noble Rot. Official or bootleg ?
Its not bootleg read my review here:
Paradise Lost
and these, add your own reviews if you would.
Frost and Fire
King of the Dead

discogs is official release, metal-archives said it is unofficial. FB

Copyright Β© – Noble Rot
Phonographic Copyright β„— – Rykodisc
Licensed From – Rykodisc
Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
The track name “Join The Legion” is misspelled “Join The Leigon” on the track list.
Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode: 617742501421
Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U8C
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L909
Barcode: 6 17742 50142 1
Matrix / Runout: Z66419 MOS1 45 NOT2 5014-2 02

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14 years ago

I have no idea who owns the mastertapes and rights for Paradise Lost. Something has for sure happened the last years, because PL was officially re-released by Noble Rot not long ago. Never heard about Noble Rot before though. I hope they will be able to re-release it anyway. If they re-release them as deluxe editions, it will be a win/win-situation for both the fans (who gets something new) and the band and label (who sells more).


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