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Prog Review 407 – Gone to Earth – David Sylvian

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First Look – Fear of a Blank Planet Deluxe Edition – Porcupine Tree

In a further attempt to grow my love for Porcupine Tree and all things Steven Wilson, I purchased this release just for the surround sound mix. What a plonker, Rodney!

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

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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 142 – Octane Twisted – Porcupine Tree

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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!

Another decade, another David Sylvian collection to look at. Will this deliver everything or nothing? There’s only one way to find out and that’s to watch the video.

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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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