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Storm Corrosion


Eclectic Prog

3.77 | 374 ratings

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4 stars Let me start by saying that I love Porcupine Tree, and they are easily one of my favorite bands. Steven Wilson, in my opinion, is a genius. However, I do not stand by everything he does. Frankly, I didn't really enjoy the last Porcupine Tree album, The Incident, or Signify, or their debut, or even his first solo album. This album, however, is truly a progressive album. Forget whatever preconceived notions you may have about this album and get ready for something that cannot even be put into a genre. With hardly any percussion, almost no distorted electric guitars, and not many upbeat parts, this album sounds like nothing I, for one, have ever heard before. I can't even review individual songs because the entire album is very atmospheric, and nothing really stands out. However, even though not much stands out, the atmospheres DO stand out, and while I can't give this album a "masterpiece" label due to the lack of climatic moments, it certainly deserves the title "excellent".
bb1319 | 4/5 |


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