Who Sang Lost? Nevermore

Nevermore The Politics of Ecstasy cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1996-10-28
Genre: Rock
Style: Thrash/Speed Metal/Heavy Metal
length: 4:15
producer: Neil Kernon
mixer: Neil Kernon
recording engineer: Neil Kernon
assistant mixer: Mike Lose, Robert Manning and Bobby Torres
artist & repertoire support: Borivoj Krgin
assistant recording engineer: Bobby Torres, Mike Lose and Robert Manning
lead vocals: Warrel Dane
electric bass guitar: Jim Sheppard
drums (drum set): Van Williams
electric guitar: Pat O'Brien and Jeff Loomis
keyboard: Warrel Dane, Neil Kernon and Jeff Loomis
Some other versions of "Lost"

Lyrics
Learning ways to fly, just never too high to die,
pushing limits into the ground
Until I never come down
Burning through lifetimes without form,
pure energy I am the shattered norm
I'm the lost one chasing colors to the sun, colors bleed but never fade
I'll just fade away
To swim these sentient seas, windows into eternity,
never afraid to scale the wall
The lunatic never falls
Forfeiture of reality seeds sown, constructure of this path is not my own
I'm the lost one chasing colors to the sun,
colors bleed but never fade
I'll just fade away
Why should I come down?
From here I can see forever:
I'm the lost one chasing colors to the sun,
colors bleed but never fade
I'll just fade away
Remember in the end, such a long strange trip it's been,
so I sing this song
For the lost one
Why should I come down?
From here I can see forever forever
I can see forever, I can see

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 The Seven Tongues of God
  • 2 This Sacrament
  • 3 Next in Line
  • 4 Passenger
  • 5 The Politics of Ecstasy
  • 6 Lost
  • 7 The Tiananmen Man
  • 8 Precognition
  • 9 42147
  • 10 The Learning

  • Release information
    label: Century Media
    country(area): Germany
    format: CD
    barcode: 7277017713220
    script: Latin