• http://twitter.com/PhanTheHotness Jenny

    i like paradise and the mv. they churn out pretty good singles. but i have to say im not that impressed with their album. it’s better than A LOT (Ahem SUJU), but its not an album that i would want to have.

    still, i do like them and they work very hard :)
    i mean, look at how in sync they are at dancing!!! love it!

  • Anonymous

    I gotta say, I loved the MV for Paradise. LOVEDDDDD. It was beautiful and sad, especially when they’re all in that train together, heading to the great beyond.

  • braveviet Le

    the MV is pretty pulled together, infinite surely have some voice. But I hate the mix of drum beat. which makes it sound cheap and messy, not matching with the theme of MV. Infinite and Beast are the best of new boy groups.

  • Mer

    That song is reminiscent of The Beegees and the video was a little slow for my tastes.  But it was well shot and styled.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FS52P3WGP37JJ6YJNRLPPBVS4E A

    Paradise isn’t my favorite Infinite song, but these guys can do no wrong [musically] in my eyes these days.

    Perhaps it’s the Epik High/Nell connection making me biased? Perhaps it’s because even Rapper line has banging singing voices? Maybe it’s just because they’re awesome.

  • Sall

    I’m not crazy about the song but OMG with the MV. Totally something new. Well, relatively to Kpop.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001274217212 Janice Mok

    I’ve noticed that many Infinite songs have this…’oldies’ feel to it. 80s/90s aura…is it just me? But I think that’s one of the reasons why I love Infinite’s songs. ^^ They’re quite unique compared to the mainstream electropop music I’ve been hearing too much lately (not saying that I hate that genre too!).

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1042394200 Nga Ngắc Ngoải

    I totally  love Paradise. They manage to inject a lot of energy and masculinity into a song about pain and sadness. I love the punctuation of  ‘deo, deo’ and ‘nan, nan’, love the female-sounding part (is it’s called synthesizer?), love their emotive vocals, which tug at my heart without sounding too whiny. And all of the elements of the song – the synthesizer, the guitar riff, the drum beat – fit perfectly and complement each other, giving the song a feel of completeness.

    As for the video, it’s quite boring. But I like its unassuming settings (the tiled floor, the desk, the train’s fans – sorry I’m particular about details ^^) and the members’ restrained emoting that portrays disappointment and resignation. For some odd reason I really like its opening with that member lying on the floor. I think it captures the emotion perfectly.

    About the lyrics I appreciate that it expresses the man’s angst and still acknowledges the woman’s unhappiness. Awesome :)).

    I’ve heard a lot of praise for Infinite in Omona and now I understand the hype. The only thing I complain is their boring fashion sense. Woolim seems to have quite a conservative approach to music eh? (Great focus on music, less on style) At least that’s the impression I’ve got from this song. Haven’t checked out any of their other songs though.

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