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Porcupine Tree


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3.31 | 73 ratings

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4 stars "Starts Die" is probably one of the best Porcupine Tree songs from the "Sky Moves Sideways" era. Soft vocals and a dreamy soundscape make this track very easy to listen to. Certainly Pink Floyd fans will love this track and basicly love all tracks from "The Sky Moves Sideways".

"Moonloop" is nice, but nothing compared to the MOONLOOP TRANSMISSION IV unedited improvisation by Colin Edwin, Chris Maitland, Steven Wilson and guest artists Markus Butler on harmonica and Rick Edwards playing the percussions.

If you already like "Moonloop" on this EP you will totally LOVE the unedited track of 40m07s long! Some true musicianship comes to live while the quintet is jamming along in the Doghouse in Henley on the 28th of June, 1994.

For fans who would like to have this item: it's already sold out, thus the only way to go seems eBay. (this is how I got my copy).

evenless | 4/5 |


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