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Porcupine Tree


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4.11 | 1982 ratings

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4 stars I now see Deadwing as an excellent album. At first i found it hard to get into. No idea why i just did. But after a few spins it clicked. I now find Deadwing being put in the CD player a whole lot more. Deadwing is on par with In Absentia, but not as good as the masterpiece that is Fear of a Black Planet. Everybody here Knows that Porcupine Tree started to move into more of the prog-metal scene, i enjoy the change they have made. The thing i enjoy most is there is still retain elements from there earlier albums. Deadwing has two standout tracks Deadwing and Arriving Somewhere Bit Not Here. With this said all the other tracks are good but i felt the two track i stated were just a little bit better than the rest. Deadwing as an album flows really well, as does most other Porcupine Tree albums. Deadwing for me get 4 stars as it is an excellent album but does not quite achive what was to come in the follow up.
Mitch17 | 4/5 |


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