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4.82 | 23 ratings | 2 reviews | 70% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1 (74:04)
1. Blackest Eyes (5:24)
2. Harridan (8:08)
3. Of the New Day (4:44)
4. Rats Return (5:16)
5. Even Less (6:56)
6. Drown with Me (5:27)
7. Dignity (8:36)
8. The Sound of Muzak (5:05)
9. Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled (4:54)
10. Chimera's Wreck (10:25)
11. Fear of a Blank Planet (9:09)

Disc 2 (75:41)
1. Buying New Soul (7:49)
2. Walk the Plank (4:29)
3. Sentimental (5:24)
4. Herd Culling (7:13)
5. Anesthetize (17:26)
6. I Drive the Hearse (6:24)
7. Sleep Together (7:58)
8. Collapse the Light into Earth (5:02)
9. Halo (5:55)
10. Trains (8:01)

Total Time 149:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Steven Wilson / guitars, keyboards, vocals
- Richard Barbieri / keyboards
- Gavin Harrison / drums
- Randy McStine / guitars
- Nate Navarro / bass

Releases information

2CD+2Blu-Ray deluxe edition
4LP clear Vinyl Boxset

Label: Music For Nations/Sony

Release date: December 8, 2023

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PORCUPINE TREE Closure / Continuation.Live ratings distribution

(23 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(70%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(22%)
Good, but non-essential (9%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

PORCUPINE TREE Closure / Continuation.Live reviews

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Review by Warthur
5 stars The reconfigured Porcupine Tree offer up not merely live renditions of most of the Closure/Continuation album, but also a wide range of cuts from their past (including material dating back as far as Lightbulb Sun). With Randy McStine on guitar and Nate Navarro on bass rounding out the live lineup - Navarro in particular doing a fantastic job - this is a shift from the old Porcupine Tree with Colin Edwin and John Wesley, yet then again Wesley didn't join until In Absentia and Edwin wasn't on the earliest Porcupine Tree releases, so unless you have a very odd definition of what is "real" Porcupine Tree this lineup is as legit as any that has existed, and the band manage to integrate the Closure/Continuation material into the setlist in a way which really helps all the disparate material here feel like it belongs in the same overall ethos, despite the changing shape of the band over the years.

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5 stars I was present at the recorded show on November 7th 2022 in Amsterdam and we were told the concert would be recorded for video purposes. Well, I've been waiting and looking forward for the Blu-ray to arrive and after more than a year it's finally here. And what a treat it is. The visuals and the ... (read more)

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