Loud Pipes Save Lives is the fifth studio album by Swedish singer-songwriterE-Type, which was released in 2004. It is the last E-Type album to feature vocalist Nana Hedin. E-Type participated with "Paradise" in Melodifestivalen 2004, ending up at 5th place. With this album E-type started to lose his success across Europe. Still it sold nearly 1 million copies worldwide.
"Paradise" was the first single release in European audience and became a hit. In United States "The Predator" was given as the Lead-off single but did poorly in the charts peaking # 47. Still the album debuted respectably at #30 in Hot-200 Albums Chart.