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Monday, 13 June 2011

Porcupine Tree - In Absentia [2002]

You may have noticed I've missed out the album between this and "Stupid Dream" ("Lightbulb Sun", released 2000). That's because this album follows on musically from "Stupid Dream", and also because I didn't enjoy "Lightbulb Sun" as much as these other two.

"In Absentia", then. Beginning with the hard-hitting "Blackest Eyes", this album weaves its way through many different moods and emotions, without becoming jarring throughout. Overall this is a great album that I'm sure you'll be coming back to often.

M4a, ~320 kbps (VBR)

(n.b. I've just written six of these in a row - can you tell?)

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