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UP THE DOWNSTAIR

Porcupine Tree

 

Heavy Prog

3.92 | 705 ratings

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Billy Pilgrim
3 stars I'm one of the people who enjoy PT allot more after they picked up drummer Gavin Harrison, which is In Absentia and up. That being said I really do appreciate the "Delirium" years as some would call these albums. My favorite being Signify followed by Sky moves sideways. Up the Down Stair on the other hand I find to be quite boring, I just can't get into most of the tracks on here. Basically the album simply doesn't hold my attention and there's not much to get out of it. Sure Fadeaway is a great song and the album has a few other good songs, Always Never, the Jokes on you, to name a few. But overall I believe this album falls flat compared to any other release by this great band except for maybe there first. 2.5 for me, go with Signify Or the Sky Moves Sideways.
Billy Pilgrim | 3/5 |

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