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Tracks 3 and 4 are amazing.Tra ck 4 - what happens now?Has a fantastic infectious groove!
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Were the tunes that are structured as two songs in one originally conceived that way, or did they happen to come together?When we made the Porcupine Tree albums, we could have easily employed brass players to play chords and a few stabs, but it really wasnt part of our sound palette.
Porcupine Tree explore territory that s at once familiar, yet all their own.
So I got all these things, but so what?
In the end you can t take them with.
You think you can save my soul?
Well OK Tell me, with all your conviction.
The Incident is the tenth and final studio album by British progressive rock band.
Posting this message on their official website: Writing for the next PT studio.