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4.59 | 94 ratings | 1 reviews | 61% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1 (74:07)
1. "Truth" (intro) (4:17)
2. Nowhere Now (4:11)
3. Pariah (5:20)
4. Home Invasion / Regret #9 (10:49)
5. The Creator Has a Mastertape (6:23)
6. Refuge (7:56)
7. People Who Eat Darkness (6:10)
8. Ancestral (13:55)
9. Arriving Somewhere but Not Here (15:06)

CD 2 (79:01)
1. Permanating (4:16)
2. Song of I (7:11)
3. Lazarus (4:11)
4. Detonation (11:28)
5. The Same Asylum as Before (6:39)
6. Song of Unborn (6:34)
7. Vermillioncore (5:08)
8. Sleep Together (10:33)
9. Even Less (4:09)
10. Blank Tapes (3:05)
11. Sound of Muzak (5:11)
12. The Raven That Refused to Sing (10:36)

Total Time 153:08

Line-up / Musicians

- Nick Beggs / bass, Chapman Stick, backing vocals
- Craig Blundell / drums
- Alex Hutchings / guitar, backing vocals
- Adam Holzman / keyboards
- Ninet Tayeb / vocals
- Steven Wilson / vocals, guitars

Releases information

Eagle Vision ‎- ERBCD5364
Eagle Vision ‎- 5051300536473

Released November 2, 2018

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(61%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(32%)
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Review by Warthur
5 stars Home Invasion would be Steven Wilson's first solo live album since Get All You Deserve, which was recorded at the tail end of the Grace For Drowning tour. Home Invasion takes in a show from the To the Bone tour, and incorporates both solo material (with welcome live outings for choice cuts from his solo albums from that album back as far as The Raven That Refused To Sing; by comparison, material from Insurgentes and Grace For Drowning is given a rest this time, and Wilson's band also tackle a few choice Porcupine Tree pieces.

This takes in a span of Wilson's career ranging from the highly progressive to the more art rock/pop-oriented; the live set ends up leaning towards the progressive, but Wilson takes the opportunity to speak in defence of pop and decry music snobbery and play some more accessible numbers midway through the set as well, and they feel like a welcome palette-cleanser between the more progressive and darker sections of the setlist. The end result is a set which encapsulates the full breadth of Wilson's solo work, and another fine live release.

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