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THE SKY MOVES SIDEWAYS

Porcupine Tree

 

Heavy Prog

4.10 | 973 ratings

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frenchie
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3 stars This album stands out really well in the PT collection. This one has the more space prog elements than alt rock sounds, and is a rather epic album with 5 long tracks (no moonloop on my version). There is a good concept here which is similar to "Wish You Were Here", having the most epic track split in half and bookending the album.

This album interested me a lot more than most of the others, yet it also has quite a lot that bores me still. The big problem with Porcupine Tree is because each album follows their own style, there has never been anything to really hook me to their sound. Steve Wilson still has immense vocals and is a good guitarist. The production on this album is well developed but it is still nothing amazing. Still, this remains a highlight in Porcupine Tree's discography.

frenchie | 3/5 |

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