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Porcupine Tree


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3.82 | 187 ratings

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5 stars Staircase Infinities gives us an additional 30 minutes of material from the "Up the Downstair" sessions and what a 30 minutes they are! Very atmospheric album which is showing the direction in which PT was heading with their follow-up album "The Sky Moves Sideways". .

Since this EP was initially released in early 1994 and PT is not particularly the kind of band who "stands still", but rather progresses it makes sense this album sounds very different from their later albums like "In Absentia" and "Deadwing". I love the way PT has progressed itself as a band over the years and like all their albums. For anyone who preferred PT in their early years (bigger influence of Pink Floyd is certainly noticeable) I would strongly advise to listen to and enjoy the 30 minutes of, mostly instrumental, magnificent space rocking music!

This EP has five tracks on it and each song is definitely worth one firm star, hence I am also rating it five stars like all the previous reviewers of this marvellous EP.

evenless | 5/5 |


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