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SIGNIFY

Porcupine Tree

 

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3.81 | 859 ratings

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voliveira
4 stars 8/10

Signify is a transitional album between the psychedelic years of Porcupine Tree and alternative sound that they developed in the late 90īs and the first in which the band could be categorized as a group and where there was a whole group effort, rather of previous albums where I was just a project of Steven Wilson. The album contains both a style of music and passages very experimental and accessible songs that were well on radio.

Porcupine Tree is one of the rare bands that know how to make commercial music quality, and Signify is proof of that. Waiting was the first single and is divided into two parts or "phases", which represent very well the character of the album: the first is a beautiful and sweet pop song that only PT can create and the second is an experimental instrumental .. . that only PT can do In fact most of the album is a work of genius, and except for some passages (those where there are no recordings of voices and sound) everything else wonder.

This album grabbed me from the first time I heard it and now is one of the best of the band. To complete my discography PT just missing his more commercial albums, and I have a feeling that I like them.

voliveira | 4/5 |

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