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Porcupine Tree


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4.11 | 1994 ratings

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4 stars The scratching of a mellotron It always seemed to make her cry.

Porcupine Tree has been changing through their albums, but never completely shedding its initial roots. That is, by attaching a lot of ingredients with good taste, without losing the essence and identity.

In Deadwing the result is largely positive. Perhaps this is the most musical contrasts wields, but controlled variety. The guitars are effective and never strident, never losing sight of the importance of the melodies. The story told is interesting and imaginative.

Despite the obvious comparisons and influences, the album sounds fresh and modern. The metalheads probably acclaim as his best, actually had very good sales. However, it is still meaningful and emotional, concluding with two space and passionate songs.

Expendable tracks: Halo, Shallow.

sinslice | 4/5 |


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