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Old 03-27-2005, 07:37 AM   #16
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I love Porcupine Tree! I'm going to see them in 9 days!
Please tell me about the show - kind of review or anything you want to tell

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Old 03-27-2005, 07:39 AM   #17
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The Sound Of Muzak! That's the one I like.
have you heard

a) rest will follow
b) buying new soul
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I can list all their other songs
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Lightbulb Sun and In Absentia are awesome records. Has anyone heard the new one Deadwing? I haven't yet
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Has anyone heard the new one Deadwing? I haven't yet
It's supposed to be awesome. I havent heard it, or any of their other stuff.....
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Old 04-19-2005, 07:36 PM   #20
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I downloaded the whole album from SoulSeek. I will however buy it when it's released in Canada (April 25). It's got some great songs but I think I still like "In Absentia" better. That may change on future listens though.
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Hi Harry

I am the biggest fan of porcupine tree here.

I must have heard "collapse the light into earth" more than 500 times till date !! My other favorite from In absentia are .3, prodigal, blackest eyes, sound of muzak..well everything

I think we can be good friends ...

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Old 04-25-2005, 04:43 AM   #22
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Lightbulb Sun and In Absentia are awesome records. Has anyone heard the new one Deadwing? I haven't yet
have heard about this..but not heard the song
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Woo, thread resurrection!

I'll be in the States really soon and as I hear they have CDs much cheaper than here in Australia, I'll be on the lookout for some of that recommended stuff, and I'll also try to get my hands on Deadwing. I've heard from a few people that it's extremely good, including some who think it's better than In Absentia.

I've been on a total Porcupine Tree/Dream Theatre trip lately. Oh my goodness, this stuff is GOOD.
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Old 05-16-2005, 12:43 AM   #24
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So how do these guys actually compare to Opeth? Any similarities, or none what so ever?

I've still never heard any of their work, read lots of buzz about their most recent album though.
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While I was in the US, I managed to pick up Deadwing (I was also going to order in Lightbulb Sun before I ran out of cash!), and I put it on for the first time last night. What really struck me is how Lazarus is one of the most beautiful and brilliant songs I have ever heard. The album is worth the price for that song alone.
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So how do these guys actually compare to Opeth? Any similarities, or none what so ever?

I've still never heard any of their work, read lots of buzz about their most recent album though.
Not really similarities in music my inquizitive friend more like connections and friends.
Steve Wilson the leader of Porcupine Tree produced 3 of Opeth's album. Wilson was recruited by Mikael Akerfeldt because he's a huge PT fan. The closest to a PT influence sound in Opeth would be the Damnation album.
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Thanks for replying.....2 months later!!!!

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