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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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Prog Review 27: The Incident – Porcupine Tree

For those of you who are paying attention, you might have gathered that I am not the greatest fan of Porcupine Tree. God help me, I’ve tried to like the records, but I’ve always been left with an unpleasant taste in my mouth – a bit like sucking a mint you’ve found down the back of the sofa.

However, I did enjoy “The Incident” so I have reviewed it here for you.

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Title Music:
“Stinkhorn” by Darren Lock

Background Music:
“The Mist Suite” by Darren Lock

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Grace for Drowning by Steven Wilson – Deluxe Edition Unboxing

This week saw the release of the new solo album by Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree fame. I quite enjoyed his Insurgentes album and wanted to hear the new album in 5.1 surround sound. However, in order to do this, I would have to buy the epic, super-duper, sell-your-granny-for-it, deluxe edition which featured a blu-ray disc of goodness. And so this is me, armed with my loyal Swiss Army knife cutting my way through the crap…

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