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Porcupine Tree - In Absentia [LTD ED 2-CD]

Porcupine Tree - In Absentia [LTD ED 2-CD]

Model: 2-CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 9,50 (EUR)
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CD: BM830
RELEASED: 2003
LABEL: Lava

Disc: 1
01. Blackest Eyes
02. Trains
03. Lips Of Ashes
04. The Sound OF Muzak
05. Gravity Eyelids
06. Wedding Nails
07. Prodigal
08. The Creator Has A Mastertape
09. Heartattack In A Lay by
10. Strip The Soul
11. Collapse The Light Into Earth

Disc: 2
01. Drown With Me *
02. Chloroform *
03. Strip The Soul (alternative edit) *

Limited Edition 2-CD. There aren't many bands around these days that make you want to run out and buy their latest release as soon as it's available. Porcupine Tree is one of the few that do, and once again we've been rewarded with a strong, personal album of progressive psychedelia. PT has evolved into a complete band with amazing bassist Colin Edwin, keyboard maestro Richard Barbieri (ex-Japan), and excellent new drummer, Gavin Harrison. Rather than sounding like some throwback to the seventies, though, Porcupine Tree mix in elements of modern rock and electronic music to create a wholly unique and contemporary sound. Lead off single â??Strip the Soulâ? is the closest thing to a commercial song on the album. â??Blackest Eyesâ? finds the band in heavy metal mode for a peek into the mind of a seriously disturbed individual. On the melancholy â??The Sound of Muzakâ? vocalist/songwriter Stephen Wilson decries the state of modern rock, singing â??The music of rebellion/ makes you wanna rage/ but it's made by millionaires/ who are nearly twice your ageâ?. â??Prodigalâ? finds Wilson lamenting that he can't find solace even in religion or drugs, but by the end offers some hope with the lines â??The good times never seem to last/ You know it's not so badâ?. â??In Absentia' is probably the band's bleakest release over all. It's a challenging album to be sure, but worth the effort for those seeking music of substance and depth.

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