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Porcupine Tree


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4.45 | 462 ratings

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5 stars In 1996 i was living in the bay area of San Francisco , bands like Porcupine Tree was available at the music stores , but not popular in that part of the world . When i came back home to Lebanon in 1997 , Coma Divine was just out in Beirut , one of my friends gave me a 90 minutes tape , on side A was Signify , on side B the Sky Moves ..... and said hey Toni , you must hear this perfection in progressive music . Now , after 11 years , i wonna thanks Fadi for his concern , and Maher for completing my Porcupine's discography . So , Comma Divine came to my attention after the best two albums for Porcupine . Comma is the best live performance in progressive since Ummagumma in 1969 . this live performance in Rome ( Italy ) introduce the talents of this band in a perfect shape . Unfortunalely we had no chance to get this performance on Video , still , it satisfies our hunger to real & excellent progressive works . I had both the old cd , and the new remastered in 2003 , the new one is a real perfection in the art of compiling a live performance . All tracks deserves a wide look from you , it's maybe the best it can be done in this century as progressive . I hope that Steve Wilson & friends carry on in supplying the market with such wonderful works & Masterpieces . As this review took place after the magnificient works Deadwing & Arriving somewhere (video) Bravo Porcupine , You deserve the tittle of Pionners of psychadelic rock , and a 5 Stars for all tracks in Comma Divine ......... Tracks Toni .....
trackstoni | 5/5 |


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