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Old 04-24-2008, 02:58 AM   #421
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So the plan is...
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  • Then back to your place for dessert
i don't wanna walk!
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Old 04-24-2008, 03:00 AM   #422
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What kind of desserts do they have at spaghetti warehouse?
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Check the fuck out of those shoulders.
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Old 04-24-2008, 03:04 AM   #425
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What kind of desserts do they have at spaghetti warehouse?
lol, i dunno.
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OK, now I'm getting excited. PORCUPINE TREE TOMORROW.
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wtf. how can my disc be full on my blackberry? i love when it randomly deletes texts instead of warning me
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In fact, make that PORCUPINE TREE TOMORROW, THE NEXT NIGHT, AND THE NIGHT AFTER THAT.
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In fact, make that PORCUPINE TREE TOMORROW, THE NEXT NIGHT, AND THE NIGHT AFTER THAT.
Mailing me Porcupine Tree albums will help pass the time!
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Old 04-24-2008, 03:10 AM   #430
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Mailing me Porcupine Tree albums will help pass the time!
or looking at porn
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Old 04-24-2008, 03:11 AM   #431
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Mailing me Porcupine Tree albums will help pass the time!
Did you miss the link phanan posted to a site with all PT's albums?
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Did you miss the link phanan posted to a site with all PT's albums?
Yes. Yes I did.
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Yes. Yes I did.
http://www.torr ents.com/files/music...etree.torr ent
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Yes. Yes I did.
I'll go find it. It was some blog, I think.
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Here we go. I recommend starting with In Absentia; most people seem to start there. Though Stupid Dream is also a good place to begin.

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I know Axver was looking into sending some people PT albums, but here's a blog where you can get all of them if you wish (I'm assuming the links work - note that the password is bunalti.com).

http://bigrock666.blogspot.com/2008/...pine-tree.html

Now this discography lists everything, included compilations, singles, EPs, early demos, etc. For now, if you're new to PT, stick to the regular albums, which are:

On The Sunday Of Life
Up The Downstair
The Sky Moves Sideways
Signify

Stupid Dream
Lightbulb Sun
Recordings

In Absentia
Deadwing
Fear Of A Blank Planet

I've separated them into three groups, as PT have gone through three phases in their career.

The first group is more ambient and experimental, and at times sounds like Pink Floyd (see The Sky Moves Sideways).

The second group is probably their most accessible, as they streamlined their songs for a more rock sound.

The third group goes a bit further, incorporating progressive metal into their music.

So choose the group that you think you'd find most interesting first.

My pick for the first group would be The Sky Moves Sideways, for the second it's Stupid Dream, and for the third, well, take your pick. Any one of them would work.
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