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Saturday, 23 July 2011

Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun [2000]

Now then, my first post, apologies for any faux pas. Right, you may be aware that some of us on this blog are fans of the band Porcupine Tree which is why I was surprised when my colleagues didn't like this album. This album is found at a crossroads as after this album "heavy" Porcupine Tree came into being, so this is an end of an era so to speak. First off, this album is darker than Stupid Dream which cane before this album and makes use of acoustic guitars often and while some songs are very catchy ('Lightbulb Sun', 'Four Chords That Made A Million'), others are a bit odd ('Russia On Ice' 'How Is Your Life Today?'). The best way to get a feel for the album is to look at the cover. It is a world mostly drained of colour expect for some light of beauty somwhere out there. That does sound a tad faggoty but for me this is a very strong album with a different feel to its neighbouring albums and, for me anyway, this album surpasses both of them.

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  1. I guess doing some very basic spellchecking is too "faggoty", eh....

  2. Yeah, unfortunately spelling, grammar and typing aren't his strong points. I've sorted it for him now though. :)


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