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Porcupine Tree


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4.19 | 358 ratings

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5 stars Yes I'm giving it 5 stars and there b-side song thats got to make alot of bands feel like crap. Recoredings was a great idea and I hope they come out with another one, this album is all the song on all the singles from the stupid dream album and lightbulb sun. Every song is great. MY FAVORITE SONGS: -Buying new soul is my favorite song on this album, Richared really bilds the song up and I think colin plays a double bass. chris has a drumming freak out tords the end of the song. stevens words are amazing, the songs about selling your soul for fame, it's really outstanding.-access deined is a very beatley track that proubly didn't make it on lightbulb sun because of ''how was your life today'' I like this side of tree very much. -cure for optimism really grow on me at first I wasn't sure. The piano sells the song and of course the words you have to have stevens words.-untitled very talinted song it was recorted on the spot, my favorite part of this song is stevens guitar solo.-even less the long vorsion of even less that is why better then the one they put on stupid dream, ''the more music the better'' this virsion has a heavy jam out with great drumming, theres more words incluting a f-bomb by steven. this abum won't let you down but good luck finding it, I payed 50 dollars for it on ebay... it was wirth every pennie.
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