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Prog Review 424 – Cheating the Polygraph – Gavin Harrison

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Prog Review – The Incident Limited Edition Box Set – Porcupine Tree

You can buy your own copy of this from here:http://bit.ly/theincidentboxset

And so my man love obsession with all things Steven Wilson intensifies as I purchase the limited edition boxset of “The Incident” by Porcupine Tree.


Prog Review 163 – The Raven That Refused to Sing – Steven Wilson

You can get your own copy of this album from here:http://bit.ly/theraventhatrefusedtosing

And so here I am talking about the third solo album from Mister Steven Wilson, oh yes!


Watch the unboxing here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqHW6…

First Look – The Raven that Refused to Sing Special Edition by Steven Wilson

You can get your own copy of this album from here:http://bit.ly/theraventhatrefusedtosing

Here we unbox the latest release from Steven Wilson and I am ably assisted by my son, Herbie.


Watch the review of this album here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnZyW…

Prog Review 142 – Octane Twisted – Porcupine Tree

You can get the 2CD version of the album here: http://bit.ly/octanetwisted2cd
The version with the DVD is available from Burning Shed.

Yes, time flies and here comes another Steven Wilson product to review. This time it is a live album from Porcupine Tree detailing “The Incident” tour. Is it an accident-free journey or a smoking pile of wreckage? The only way to find out is to watch the review!

Prog Review 119: Not The Weapon But The Hand – Steve Hogarth & Richard Barbieri

You can get your own copy of this fine album from: http://bit.ly/nottheweaponbutthehand 

As part of “Marillion Week” to celebrate the release of “Sounds That Can’t Be Made”, I thought I’d have a look at this album and tell you exactly what I thought.

So here I am reviewing the new Storm Corrosion Collector’s Edition by Steven Wilson and Mikael Akerfeldt. This has the CD and Blu-ray version of the album to listen to.

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