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Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Porcupine Tree - Deadwing [2005]

Continuing from John's post this is Porcupine Tree's eighth full length, my favourite and the second to fully incorporate their heavier more metal based sound. Based on a concept by band front-man Steven Wilson and Mike Bennion (whoever the hell he is) and, apparently, it's a ghost story. That's all I can tell you as Mr Wilson has never been one for explaining songs or albums and I've pretty much no idea what the fuck happens. It's still awesome though, containing guest appearances by King Crimson's Adrian Belew and Opeth's Mikael Åkerfeldt it's an album you can split up into two categories. There are the short bursts of heavier songs (Shallow, Halo, Open Car) along with slightly longer more progressive songs such as Mellotron Scratch, The Start of Something Beautiful and, of course, the epic Arriving Somewhere But Not Here which has elements of both musical styles on the album. Next up, Fear of a Blank Planet.

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