Deadwing [DVD Audio/Video]

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Porcupine Tree have always been pigeonholed with the modern prog rock movement, but the reality is that they're both a riff-addicted metal band and a troupe obsessed with rich harmonies and memorable refrains. Take the grinding guitar work of "Shallow" which dukes it out with frontman Steven Wilson's undeniably melodic chorus before easing into the delicate, beautifully crafted "Lazarus." Few bands exhibit this kind of depth, be it the dreamy, Pink Floyd-inspired hallucination "Halo" or the Queensrÿche echoes of "Open Car." If the 12-minute sonic meander known as "Arriving Somewhere but Not Here" is as head-trippy as rock music gets anymore, it is reassuring to know that this Tree is still growing. Ideal for ...
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Porcupine Tree have always been pigeonholed with the modern prog rock movement, but the reality is that they're both a riff-addicted metal band and a troupe obsessed with rich harmonies and memorable refrains. Take the grinding guitar work of "Shallow" which dukes it out with frontman Steven Wilson's undeniably melodic chorus before easing into the delicate, beautifully crafted "Lazarus." Few bands exhibit this kind of depth, be it the dreamy, Pink Floyd-inspired hallucination "Halo" or the Queensrÿche echoes of "Open Car." If the 12-minute sonic meander known as "Arriving Somewhere but Not Here" is as head-trippy as rock music gets anymore, it is reassuring to know that this Tree is still growing. Ideal for headphones, Deadwing
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/10/2005
  • Label: Digital Sound
  • UPC: 692860113091
  • Catalog Number: 1130

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Deadwing
  2. 2 Shallow
  3. 3 Lazarus
  4. 4 Halo
  5. 5 Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
  6. 6 Mellotron Scratch
  7. 7 Open Car
  8. 8 The Start of Something Beautiful
  9. 9 Glass Arm Shattering
  10. 10 Revenant
  11. 11 Mother and Child Divided
  12. 12 Half-Light
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Porcupine Tree Primary Artist
Adrian Belew Guitar, Soloist, Guest Appearance
Richard Barbieri Synthesizer, Keyboards
Gavin Harrison Percussion, Drums
Steven Wilson Guitar, Piano, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Hammered Dulcimer
Mikael Åkerfeldt Guitar, Soloist, Vocal Harmony, Guest Appearance
Colin Edwin Bass Guitar
Technical Credits
Richard Barbieri Producer
Gavin Harrison Composer, Producer
Paul Northfield Guitar Engineer
Porcupine Tree Composer
Darcy Proper Mastering
Steven Wilson Composer, Producer, Screenplay
Jeff Skillen Executive Producer
Jeff Levison Producer
Mike Bennion Artwork, Screenplay, Montage
George Schilling Guitar Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    wheres the live video

    i thought there might be a live concert from them...not..all u get is the songs with a picture on the screen..whats up with that. u mean that band hasnt recorded a live concert on video.. what a shame excellent band

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Over The Top!!!

    Absolutley the Best work by any progressive Rock Band I have heard in years.

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