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SIGNIFY

Porcupine Tree

 

Heavy Prog

3.81 | 864 ratings

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poslednijat_colobar
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4 stars I'm pleased to see Porcupine Tree is making music again, instead of stealing it from Pink Floyd! I'm really disappointed with The Sky Moving Sideways. Signify is step forward... And return of the quality of the first two albums by the band, when it still was one man project. The result is again significant - like the name of the album, but this time the way for the achievement is different. Here we have new and innovative manner. The album is so dynamic and the most progressive for the band up to the date of its release. It lacks of psychedelic moment. As I say it's very dynamic album, instead of the previous albums - they contain clumsy moments and some repetitions. In Signify this flaws have been cleaned out. The album sounds much more modern than its predecessors. It's also full of avant-garde themes. To the sound has been added some fresh effects like lightened sound - I mean music not fast, but precise and sensitive like a Pink Floyd's masterpiece. Much closer and closer to the masterpiece for Porcupine Tree, but still not quite absolute successful attempt. I believe we have better second half than the first one in this album. The best Porcupine Tree's album up to the date of its release! 4.25 stars!!!
poslednijat_colobar | 4/5 |

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