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Porcupine Tree


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4.25 | 2481 ratings

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4 stars One of The most popular albums of 2007, Porcupine Tree's Fear of a Blank Planet really shows us that progressive rock music can still break through to the mainstream. This was the first Porcupine Tree album I bought, and is my favourite so far. The opening track Fear of a Blank planet is my favourite track from the album. Porcupine Tree's lyrics have always appealed to me greatly, and this song (along with the rest of the album) is a true testament to this appeal. The album epic Aneasthetize is the best performance on the album from an instrumental point of view with guest guitar from Robert Fripp (King Crimson) and some excellent band arrangement throughout. My other favourite track from this album is the final track Sleep Together, which really shows off PT's love of electronics, reminding most fans I think of their debut album. A very strong album and a necessity for prog fans. 4 stars.
cynthiasmallet | 4/5 |


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