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2112 - Rush
Temas favoritos: 2112, A Passage to Bangkok, The Twilight Zone, Tears, Something for Nothing
In Rainbows - Radiohead
Temas favoritos: Reckoner, Videotape, Last Flowers, Nude, Jigsaw Falling Into Place, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
White Pony - Deftones
Temas favoritos: Passenger, Change (In the House of Flies), Digital Bath, Back to School.
Deadwing - Porcupine Tree
Temas favoritos: Arriving Somewhere (But Not Here), Deadwing, Open Car, Shallow, Shesmovedon
30 Apr 2010, 04:41 by SerenaVoxSat 24 Apr – Porcupine Tree
Miami Beach would be the second stop in my list of things to do whilst traveling Florida! We made it to our hotel with about an hour to spare, got food and queued up.
We were let into the music hall earlier than we should have been by error of someone on staff at the venue and happened upon Bigelf soundchecking. Front man Damon Fox welcomed us, telling us that they were the "new Porcupine Tree" jokingly and they carried on. Soon they left, and the rest of the people were flooding into the venue. I secured my spot at the rail, much farther left than I'd been in Orlando, having picked the wrong spot the previous night and was unable to have any decent vantage to Gavin or Richard.
The house music played - almost the same as even as far back as Cleveland last leg, which thrilled me. It's a joy to hear other favourites like Autechre whilst waiting for another favourite to hit the stage! After some clamouring, Bigelf came back out to rock…
7 Feb 2010, 21:02 by AcharisSat 6 Feb – Porcupine Tree, Sleep Parade
In my mind, one element made this show comparable to Nine Inch Nail's last Sydney gig (@ the Hordern) in the sense of a band is defined as 'professional' not by how flawlessly their set is executed, but how well they handle fuck-ups
(apparently) the PA system had blown during the end of the 2nd last song, which meant a lot of babbling with Enmore staff across the stage about getting it fixed & making curfew, all while the crowd chanted requests for a drum solo from Gavin Harrison.
The gig was split in to two sections. The first being The Incident live, in it's entirety (which was an absolutely incredible experience) & the 2nd being a mixture of older/newer songs from their catalog. While the basic fixture inclusions were Start of Something Beautiful, the mid segment of Anesthetize, Normal & The Sound of Muzak.
For this show, we also got Strip the Soul & Stars Die, which were fantastic!
16 Nov 2009, 02:00 by RealAir2112Take nine bands that should play at your show and determine their set lists:
- The first one plays 5 songs.
- The second one plays 5 songs.
- The third one plays 5 songs.
- The fourth one plays 7 songs.
- The fifth one plays 7 songs.
- The sixth one plays 10 songs.
- The seventh one plays 10 songs.
- The eighth one plays 12 songs.
- The ninth one plays 16 songs, with a 3 song encore.
Okay, this would clearly be some kind of all day show...and possibly the biggest collection of sheer win in one place, ever.
1. Dream Theater
The Root of All Evil
Pull Me Under
The Count of Tuscany
2. Sunn O)))
Big Church [megszentségteleníthetetlenségeskedéseitekért]
Hunting & Gathering (Cydonia)
3. Steven Wilson
Veneno para las hadas
Future Breed Machine
Straws Pulled At Random
New Millenium Cyanide Christ
Dancers to a Discordant System
12 Oct 2009, 23:10 by disastercasperMon 12 Oct – Porcupine Tree, Robert Fripp
Last time I saw Porcupine Tree perform in Amsterdam, half of the venue was empty. Now, in the same venue three years later, it was crammed. A lot of PT enthusiasts showed up and it promised to be one hell of a night.
Unfortunately, my friends and I arrived too late to see Robert Fripp, but according to some people I spoke, I didn't miss much. Anyone can correct me if I'm wrong of course, I wasn't there to judge it for myself.
At 8.30 sharp the band entered the stage. They immediately started playing Occam's Razor with also immediately synchronized video playback kicking in. This is the kind of show I love and it promised to be awesome.
The video's were almost all animated, in contrast to the Fear of a Blank Planet films which featured a lot more real life material. Overall, I found the animations less inspiring than those used in earlier shows. They were still decent, but I wasn't awe struck like I was during previous concerts.
18 Oct 2008, 02:07 by DarkmeteorFri 17 Oct – Porcupine Tree
so I just got back from the Luxembourg "rockhal" PT gig, and it was amazing... the sound was really good, distinct guitar, bass and keys... (I was afraid since that with the first band (Pure Reason Revolution) I couldn't hear the guitars which were totally drowned in all these synth sounds.. I could hear the bass a little tho)
since a couple of days I fell in love with "normal" from Nil Recurring... I guess PT knew I just fell in love with the song, cause they opened the show with normal ... just kiddin, but anyway, instant eargasm
I'm maybe missing a couple of songs in the setlist, and the order is wrong, but here's what I can remember :
Strip the Soul
Halo (really great live with the "god is ..." sentences flashing on the screen 100% sync'ed with Wilson's singing)
Way Out of Here
What Happens Now?
21 Aug 2008, 05:12 by Ytse_HamPorcupine Tree - In Absentia
This is my favorite purchase in quite some time. I've heard about Porcupine Tree for quite some time, but only recently bought some of their material. This album ranges from beautiful (Trains, Collapse the Light Into Earth, The Sound of Muzak, Gravity Eyelids) to some ugly parts (Strip the Soul, The Creator Has a Mastertape, Wedding Nails) and some that fit somewhere in between (Blackest Eyes). This is a very solid album and even the "ugly" songs have acoustic mellow parts. I can't understand why iTunes thinks this is "Alternative/Punk." There is no punk and it is all about musicality. Prog Rock is a better tag, but still not on the mark. Amazing album nonetheless. Anybody who really wants to digest an album would enjoy In Absentia.
Days later, I still can't get enough of this album. There are some very smooth flowing moments and also really rough industrial moments, sometimes almost in the same song. …
29 Jun 2008, 04:20 by LaurizmPorcupine Tree - In Absentia:
In Absentia, es un cd que fue lanzado el 24/09/2002 (corrijanme si me equivoco, por favor). No lo escuché hasta ahora aunque un amigo me hizo escuchar "Trains" hace un año o más.
El hecho de descubrir esta genial banda y este cd espectacular me hizo querer escribir algo acerca de como las canciones me hacen sentir. Así que aca esta. Corto, pero bueno, espero :P.
"In Absentia" is an album that was released on 24/09/2002 (correct me if I'm wrong, please).
I haven't listened to it until now, even though a friend made me listen the song "Trains" a year ago or
The fact of discover this amazing band and this amazing album, made me want to write something about
it and about how the songs make me feel, so here it
is. Short, but still good, I hope. :P
Los arreglos de las canciones son casi perfectos.
Armoniosos, pacificos, pero fuertes, llenos de personalidad.