Porcupine Tree - We Lost The Skyline CD (album) cover


Porcupine Tree


Heavy Prog

3.35 | 213 ratings

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4 stars I wish more bands were willing to strip themselves down to such a raw form and leave themselves out there for a fresh new interpretation such as Porcupine Tree have on many occasions. We Lost the Skyline is a conrnerstone for how acoustic sets should be done, by a band that usually features layers upon layers of different sounds within thier complex music. This live album draws you in and captivates you as a listener. The stripped down versions of Lazarus, Trains, Stars Die and Waiting are beautiful if nothing else.

The only real problem with this album is the fact that when you cancel out all of the talking (albeit entertaining talking) the song Normal is only about a minute and a half long. Other than that, this is a special and intimate live album like none other.

Metal_Style | 4/5 |


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