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Porcupine Tree: Fear Of A Blank Planetcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Fear Of A Blank Planet

Release Date: Apr 16, 2007. Label: Lava. Genres: Ambient, Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Experimental, Post-Rock/Experimental. Number Of Tracks: 6. With less of a rock influence and more of Porcupine Tree's unclassifiable sound, Fear Of A Blank Planet is a magnificent album.

POSTED: 01/05/2008 - 09:42 am

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Porcupine Tree: Octane Twistedcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Octane Twisted

Released: Nov 20, 2012. Genre: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Alternative Rock. Label: Kscope. Number Of Tracks: 21 (2CD+DVD). A double live album, the first disc contains the songs from the album "The Incident" in its entirety, with the second disc containing an assortment of other live tracks.

POSTED: 11/22/2012 - 07:33 am

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Porcupine Tree: Futile [EP]compact discs
Porcupine Tree: Futile [EP]

Released: Jul, 2003. Genre: Progressive Metal. Label: Lava Records. Number Of Tracks: 9. Released in Porcupine Tree's "In Absentia" era, their "Futile" EP is, for the most part, a collection of songs that didn't fit on the album. I truly believe this is one of Porcupine Tree's strongest releases, the only issue (if it is one) being the lack of cohesion between some of the tracks.

POSTED: 01/27/2012 - 03:52 am

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Porcupine Tree: The Sky Moves Sidewayscompact discs
Porcupine Tree: The Sky Moves Sideways

Released: Feb 1995. Genre: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Space Rock. Label: Delerium. Number Of Tracks: 6. Porcupine Tree's third studio album "The Sky Moves Sideways" is a nostalgic trip back to the psychedelic rock and progressive rock of the 60s and 70s. Each song is worthy of mention and the album as a whole seems like a foundation for Porcupine Tree to branch off from.

POSTED: 01/19/2012 - 03:26 am

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Porcupine Tree: Deadwingcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Deadwing

Release Date: Apr 26, 2005. Label: Lava. Genres: Experimental, Post-Rock/Experimental, Experimental Rock. Number Of Tracks: 10. The album further develops the unlikely combination of progressive metal's heavy guitar crunch with the warm passion of radio-friendly pop-rock, always retaining that vintage Porcupine Tree psychedelic and effects-driven ambience.

POSTED: 03/11/2011 - 03:19 am

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Porcupine Tree: We Lost The Skylinecompact discs
Porcupine Tree: We Lost The Skyline

Released: Feb 18, 2008. Genre: Progressive rock. Label: Transmission. Number Of Tracks: 8. Porcupine Tree abandons the usual prog rock, and attempts to revisit some classics and test new material in a more acoustic setting.

POSTED: 03/10/2011 - 04:05 am

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Porcupine Tree: Anesthetize [DVD]compact discs
Porcupine Tree: Anesthetize [DVD]

Release Date: May 20, 2010. Porcupine Tree's 2nd live DVD Anesthetize is a hypnotizing one that conveys the moody progressive vibe of the band quite well.

POSTED: 06/15/2010 - 09:43 am

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Porcupine Tree: The Incidentcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: The Incident

Released: Sep 14, 2009. Genre: Progressive Rock. Label: Roadrunner Records. Number Of Tracks: 18. Porcupine Trees ambitious 75 minute work is a mixed bag.

POSTED: 10/08/2009 - 06:10 am

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Porcupine Tree: Transmission IVcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Transmission IV

Released: Dec 2001. Genre: Psychedelic rock. Label: Delerium. Number Of Tracks: 1. Transmission IV immerses the listener into a vast astral dome of layered soundscapes and cosmic textures.

POSTED: 06/10/2009 - 02:54 am

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Porcupine Tree: Lightbulb Suncompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Lightbulb Sun

Release Date: Jul 11, 2000. Genres: Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Experimental Rock. Label: Snapper. Number Of Tracks: 10. Some older fans looked askance at "Lightbulb Sun", feeling it was verging on overt commercialism.

POSTED: 07/30/2008 - 06:17 am

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Porcupine Tree: Nil Recurringcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Nil Recurring

Release Date: Feb 19, 2008. Label: Peaceville. Genres: Experimental, Post-Rock. Number Of Tracks: 4. Nil Recurring' is a beautiful piece of work that should and could be appreciated by anyone with an interest in rock music.

POSTED: 05/20/2008 - 03:31 am

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Porcupine Tree: Voyage 34: The Complete Tripcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Voyage 34: The Complete Trip

Release Date: Jun 6, 2000. Label: Delerium. Genres: Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Experimental Rock, Post-Rock/Experimental. Number Of Tracks: 4. Voyage 34 is a bit self-serious and pseudo-mystical even without the music to add to it, an intriguing experiment but hardly a work to stand on its own.

POSTED: 04/14/2008 - 04:29 am

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Porcupine Tree: In Absentiacompact discs
Porcupine Tree: In Absentia

Released: Sep 24, 2002. Genre: Rock. Styles: Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Experimental Rock, Post-Rock/Experimental. Number Of Tracks: 12. Continuing in the growing commercial vein of their previous releases, Porcupine Tree's In Absentia may be the most accessible release to ever spew forth from the group.

POSTED: 01/24/2008 - 02:07 am

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Porcupine Tree: Fear Of A Blank Planetcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Fear Of A Blank Planet

Release Date: Apr 16, 2007. Label: Lava. Genres: Ambient, Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Experimental, Post-Rock/Experimental. Number Of Tracks: 6. With less of a rock influence and more of Porcupine Tree's unclassifiable sound, Fear Of A Blank Planet is a magnificent album.

POSTED: 01/05/2008 - 09:42 am

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Porcupine Tree: Stupid Dreamcompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Stupid Dream

Release Date: Apr 6, 1999. Genres: Progressive Rock, Art Rock, Experimental. Label: Snapper. Number Of Tracks: 12. Psychedelic music-heads, texture lovers and Radiohead fans take note: you've got a real treat coming once this is available again, and experiencing "Stupid Dream" for the first time is a marvel.

POSTED: 12/17/2007 - 08:55 am

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Porcupine Tree: Signifycompact discs
Porcupine Tree: Signify

Released: 1997. Genre: Rock. Styles: Ambient, Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Experimental, Experimental Rock, Post-Rock/Experimental. Number Of Tracks: 12. The often gripping instrumental pieces which are as much a band trademark as anything else appear throughout.

POSTED: 05/16/2005 - 07:35 am

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