Porcupine Tree - Voyage 34 - The Complete Trip  CD (album) cover


Porcupine Tree


Heavy Prog

3.20 | 307 ratings

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2 stars Unfortunately i don't feel a "trippy" effect while listening to this album. It gets boring after some time, as it is pretty repetitive during the four parts of the title epic (i don't even have to mention the guitar notes that seem to have been directly ripped from PINK FLOYD's "Another Brick In The Wall pt1"). In my opinion, the alternate version of "The Sky Moves Sideways" is perfect to have a space trip, but this one just doesn't work for me.

I wouldn't buy this one, of course i'd never would since it is pratically impossible to find, but i would spend time on more interesting albums like "In Absentia" or "Lightbulb Sun", both which despite not having the pure prog impression are still amazing works done on these last years.

If you want good spacey stuff, go for "The Sky Moves Sideways" and "Signify". Those two will lead you to an unforgetable trip through the universe of Steven Wilson's unique atmospheric arrangements.

Eclipse | 2/5 |


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