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Poll Question: Which is your favourite?
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    Posted: October 18 2015 at 11:14
I don't expect anyone to have listened to all of these.
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Stars Die over Recordings.
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Uuuuhh sweet mama! This is some of the tastiest PT for my pallet.
...and I get to vote for one of the most overlooked albums that almost never features in your everyday PT poll; Metanoia!
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I maaaaaay have voted for Transmission IV had it been included.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Uuuuhh sweet mama! This is some of the tastiest PT for my pallet.
...and I get to vote for one of the most overlooked albums that almost never features in your everyday PT poll; Metanoia!

That's such a cool psychedelic album.
I was going to vote for Stars Die until I realized it's different from the one I have called The Delirium Years.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

I maaaaaay have voted for Transmission IV had it been included.

Me too, I also like Voyage 34 The Complete Trip.
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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Uuuuhh sweet mama! This is some of the tastiest PT for my pallet.
...and I get to vote for one of the most overlooked albums that almost never features in your everyday PT poll; Metanoia!


That's such a cool psychedelic album.
I was going to vote for Stars Die until I realized it's different from the one I have called The Delirium Years.


I love that thing. There's this smooth Krautrock vibe to it that really resonates with me. Kinda like the vibe I get from UFO Planante only here it's far more floating and velvety.
I also have The Delirium Years, but I only play the stuff on it that isn't featured elsewhere. The Sound of No-One Listening is kickass!!!! I often put it on just before I hit the shower. Great bathing music, trust me.

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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

I maaaaaay have voted for Transmission IV had it been included.


Me too, I also like Voyage 34 The Complete Trip.


Yup big fan of Voyage 34 here as well. Reminds me of some genuinely good times shared with friends.
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Recordings is top notch stuff in my opinion.

It is also on the only PT shirt I own. Love it. Cool
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Uuuuhh sweet mama! This is some of the tastiest PT for my pallet.
...and I get to vote for one of the most overlooked albums that almost never features in your everyday PT poll; Metanoia!


That's such a cool psychedelic album.
I was going to vote for Stars Die until I realized it's different from the one I have called The Delirium Years.


I love that thing. There's this smooth Krautrock vibe to it that really resonates with me. Kinda like the vibe I get from UFO Planante only here it's far more floating and velvety.
I also have The Delirium Years, but I only play the stuff on it that isn't featured elsewhere. The Sound of No-One Listening is kickass!!!! I often put it on just before I hit the shower. Great bathing music, trust me.


Bathing music?LOL  I must admit I try to get out of the shower as fast as I can but my two kids listen to tunes while showering so i'll give it a go. Oh and we got snow last night for the first time since last Winter.Dead
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Originally posted by condor condor wrote:

I don't expect anyone to have listened to all of these.

I have. Love every single one of them, and would rate three of them in my Top 5 PT albums. Big smile
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^ Which ones? Smile

I only heard four of those, the first three and Voyage... and Transmission IV. I don't know them well enough to pick a favourite.
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Recordings. For me it is the organic part of PT 'pop trilogy' alongside with Lightbulb Sun & Stupid Dream.
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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

 
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Uuuuhh sweet mama! This is some of the tastiest PT for my pallet.
...and I get to vote for one of the most overlooked albums that almost never features in your everyday PT poll; Metanoia!


That's such a cool psychedelic album.
I was going to vote for Stars Die until I realized it's different from the one I have called The Delirium Years.


I love that thing. There's this smooth Krautrock vibe to it that really resonates with me. Kinda like the vibe I get from UFO Planante only here it's far more floating and velvety.
I also have The Delirium Years, but I only play the stuff on it that isn't featured elsewhere. The Sound of No-One Listening is kickass!!!! I often put it on just before I hit the shower. Great bathing music, trust me.


Bathing music?LOL  I must admit I try to get out of the shower as fast as I can but my two kids listen to tunes while showering so i'll give it a go. Oh and we got snow last night for the first time since last Winter.Dead

What? Say it ain't so. Bath time = music time. You just have to pump up the volume. That's how my neighbours always know when I'm in the shower.

Wow...snow in October. It's been a while. Thank ford for the old trusty shovel eh?LOLTongue



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Is this condor's first prog-related poll? Kidding. Definitely Voyage 34 although I haven't listened to the first or the last two.
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Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

^ Which ones? Smile

I only heard four of those, the first three and Voyage... and Transmission IV. I don't know them well enough to pick a favourite.

YHD, V34 and Recordings. Up the Downstair and Stupid Dream make up the rest of my personal Top 5.
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Originally posted by Kotro Kotro wrote:

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

^ Which ones? Smile

I only heard four of those, the first three and Voyage... and Transmission IV. I don't know them well enough to pick a favourite.

YHD, V34 and Recordings. Up the Downstair and Stupid Dream make up the rest of my personal Top 5.
The first two are indeed great, I seriously need to listen to Recordings. Up The Downstair is my favourite studio album, I have the original version on cassette Tongue Did you also attended to Steven Wilson's concert last month? Smile
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Records is quite good, but I've always been a huge fan of Voyage 34.
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Recordings over Voyage 34
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Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Records is quite good, but I've always been a huge fan of Voyage 34.

I know it's not THAT old but it really brings back good memories when I think of that one, mostly of where I was in life I suppose. I love that about music.
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