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Porcupine Tree - The Sky Moves Sideways CD (album) cover


Porcupine Tree


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4.06 | 1269 ratings

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5 stars The Sky Moves Sideways is my favourite Porcupine Tree album along side Fear of a Blank Planet. The reason i brought the 2004 re-master edition was from the recondmmendation of people from this site. As soon as i listened to it, i was blown away. There is not much i can say that has not already been said about this album from other reviewers. The Sky Moves Sideways Phase 1 & 2 are quite simply a work of art. Dislocated Day is a complete change from the first track. I enjoy the lyrics and the guitar work in this song. The Moon Touches You Shoulder is another great song, sound very much like Pink Floyd. Well the whole album has a very Pink Floyd feel to it. Prepare Yourself is the shortest track from the album. It just shows how good of guitar player Steven Wilson is and serves as a good intro to Phase 2. The second disc also has great song including Moonloop and a personal favourire Stars Die. The Sky Moves Sideways is a fantastic album and is a true essential for anybody's prog music collection. 5 Stars
Mitch17 | 5/5 |


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