Category Archives: Porcupine Tree

Pure Reason Revolution ~ The Dark Third

As you start off this album from Pure Reason Revolution, it has a beautiful instrumental song called “Aeropause” starting off the album, then merges into “Goshen Remains”. The album continues to merge from song to song, similar to Pink Floyd’s … Continue reading

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Lucy In Blue ~ In Flight

  The psychedelic progressive rockers come from Iceland. This album took me back to the 1960’s with a good feeling of great music. It seems like a mixture  of Porcupine Tree & possibly some alternative rock thrown in for good … Continue reading

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Oak ~ False Memory Archive

  This Norwegian Alternative Progressive Rock band, is a fairly new band, going back to 2013. The band started out from 2 different bands (Airbag, Bjorn Riis), similar to CSN, Asia, etc. The sound of the band reminds me of … Continue reading

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Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats ~ Wasteland

  This band is a good mixture of T.Rex & Alice Cooper. Vocalist, organist & guitarist for Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Kevin R. Starrs sounds similar to Marc Bolan, while the musicianship is so very good, & has a … Continue reading

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Kino ~ Radio Voltaire

  This Power Prog Pop Super-group gives a thrilling sophomore release 13 years after their Debut album. I guess getting Pete Trawavas (Marillion), John Mitchell (It Bites, Frost*), John Beck (Keyboardist for It Bites & Fish), who is listed as … Continue reading

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Long Distance Calling ~ Boundless

  This instrumental album gives a lot of different music on it. It sort of reminds me of a Porcupine Tree album without any vocals. Good musicianship for sure. Most of the songs are shorter but it still gives you … Continue reading

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Tim Bowness ~ Lost In The Ghost Light

    Tim Bowness just released his fourth solo album this past week, and after a few listens, I’ve found that I really enjoy it. At first listen, I was saying, “Ehhhh, it’s alright”, but after repeated listens, I could … Continue reading

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John Wesley ~ Opener for Marillion at the Keswick Theater.

  I forgot to mention John Wesley of Porcupine Tree fame, opened the show for Marillion, at the Keswick Theater on Sunday, November 6, 2016. I really enjoy John Wesley’s music when I hear it come out of my stereo, … Continue reading

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