Porcupine Tree: Arriving Somewhere

Porcupine Tree: Arriving Somewhere

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British progressive rock outfit Porcupine Tree travels westward for a 2005 performance at Chicago's Park West, and the cameras roll to catch all of the action as the band blasts through a sixteen song set list featuring "Halo," "Don't Hate Me," "Lazarus," and "Blackest Eyes."

Overview

British progressive rock outfit Porcupine Tree travels westward for a 2005 performance at Chicago's Park West, and the cameras roll to catch all of the action as the band blasts through a sixteen song set list featuring "Halo," "Don't Hate Me," "Lazarus," and "Blackest Eyes."

Product Details

Release Date:
04/07/2009
UPC:
0802644750170
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
NR
Source:
Kscope
Region Code:
0
Time:
2:25:00
Sales rank:
13,965

Special Features

Futile, and Radioactive Toy, fromGerman Rockpalast TV broadcast Lazarus Promo Clip; Live Films fro "Start Of Something Beautiful," "Halo," and "Mother and Child Divided"; Photo Gallery

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Porcupine Tree: Arriving Somewhere
1. Revenant/ Intro [3:05]
2. Open Car [4:45]
3. Blackest Eyes [4:38]
4. Lazarus [4:09]
5. Hate Song [9:09]
6. Don't Hate Me [8:39]
7. Mother And Child Divided [5:14]
8. Buying New Soul [7:14]
9. So Called Friend [:26]
10. Heart Attack In A Layby [:13]
11. Arrving Somewhere But Not Here [:12]
12. Start Of Something Beautiful [:13]
13. Halo [:13]
14. The Sound Of Muzak [:13]
15. Even Less [:13]
16. Trains [:13]
17. End Credits [:12]

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Porcupine Tree: Arriving Somewhere 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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I'm highly critical of most music groups, even the ones I love, but I can't find a single thing to complain about when it comes to PT. Having seen them live, I can say that this DVD is a fantastic example of what this group of musicians are capable of. Their musicality rivals any other group out there, and the visuals are stunning. The set includes some songs that may be unknown to fans on the DVD. Of course, most of the material comes from In Absentia and Deadwing,and tthe live interpretations of these songs are filled with energy and innovation, making the performance even more engrossing. It is hard to imagine what this band would do with the budget of Tool, NIN, or any of the other great live acts, but if I had to choose between any other group and Porcupine Tree, PT wins every time.