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VOYAGE 34 - THE COMPLETE TRIP

Porcupine Tree

 

Heavy Prog

3.30 | 383 ratings

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jampa17
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3 stars Good trip, maybe too long but good, entertaining and some kind of catchy.

Surprisingly, I found this album more appealing than most of Porcupine Tree "official" discography. I love the good balance between synthesizers and guitars, the moods are good and some of the jams are really interesting, but, those vocal samples come quite boring at times.

I don't know why this is a PT album if only Wilson plays on it nor why this is an "EP" because it's way long to be an official album right?? But that is just for names and classification. At the end the music is good, most of the time. I have to say, some parts are boring you know, the parts that were made to make you fall into the journey sometimes gets really boring but when the music starts again the result is good. Surely, I won't spin this particular album too often, but I think it's a good album to check in isolated occasions.

Good but not essential is what comes to my mind listening to this kind of music. I can enjoy it for sure but don't be afraid to skip some space noise parts that don't add anything to the music. Worth for the good guitar work. 3 stars.

jampa17 | 3/5 |

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