Porcupine Tree

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Porcupine Tree - Fear Of A Blank Planet Fear Of A Blank Planet
Prog New - LP TF40 Tonefloat
Sealed 2007 2LP 180gm Gatefold Vinyl With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Includes The "Nil Recurring" Mini Album As Well As Musical Contributions From Robert Fripp And Alex Lifeson. "Porcupine Tree Makes A Triumphant Return To Experimental, Non-Linear Style With 2007's Fear Of A Blank Planet. Maybe Steve Wilson Was Afraid That The Comparatively Poppy Deadwing And In Absentia Were Edging Too Close To The Mainstream, Because He Seems Far Less Concerned With Overtly Accessible Songwriting On Blank Planet. Even Still, The Cerebral, Atmospheric Sound On This Album Remains Enormously Compelling From Almost The First Moment. At Roughly 51 Minutes, Fear Of A Blank Planet Is Short By Porcupine Tree Standards, But By Measure Of Quality Rather Than Quantity, It's One Of The Most Substantial Prog Albums To Come Out In Years." - AMG... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - We Lost The Skyline We Lost The Skyline
Prog New - LP TF 46 Tonefloat
Sealed, Out Of Print 2008 180gm Vinyl Housed In A Deluxe Textured Gatefold Jacket. On October 4, 2007, Porcupine Tree Showed Up For An In-Store Performance And Signing Session At Park Avenue CDs In Orlando, Florida, With 200 Fans Also In Attendance. Although It Was Originally Planned That The Full Band Would Play, Lack Of Space Dictated That It Was Only The Two Guitarists/Singers Steven Wilson And John Wesley Who Delivered An Impromptu Performance, Including Many Songs Rarely (If Ever) Played By The Band, Making For A Very Special And Intimate Show. Last Copy.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Up The Downstair Up The Downstair
Prog New - LP LP 307 Clear Spot
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2005 2LP Reissue Of The Two Individual LPs Released In 1993.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Stupid Dream Stupid Dream
Prog New - LP GOD 11 Gates Of Dawn
Sealed 2LP Grey Vinyl Gatefold Original. “Porcupine Tree's First Album For K-Scope/Snapper Starts Out With A Definite Bang — "Even Less," With Some Of The Quartet's Biggest, Blasting Rock Epic Music Yet, Yet Also Shot Through With The Gentler, Acoustic Side That Makes Porcupine Tree So Intimate And Lovely. The Net Result Easily Calls Yes To Mind, But Steven Wilson's Not So High-Pitched As Jon Anderson And Richard Barbieri Completely Avoids Rick Wakeman's Extreme Idiocies — Prog That Knows When Less Is More. With That As A Fine Signal For The Album As A Whole, Stupid Dream Takes It From There — Wilson As A Songwriter And Singer Both Sounds Recharged And More Ambitious, While The Group Collectively Pours It On. The Loud Passages Feel Truly Sky-Smashing, The Calmer Ones Perfectly Close, And The Overall Sense Of Build And Drama — "A Smart Kid" Is A Fine Example — Spot-On. Strings From The East Of England Orchestra And Guest Work On Wilson's Sometime Bass Communion Partner Theo Travis Add Even Lusher Atmospheres Without Swamping The Tunes. As Always, The Group Isn't Afraid To Experiment Where Others Merely Re-Create — Check Out The Funky Breaks Colin Edwin And Chris Maitland Lay Down On "Slave Called Shiver," Not To Mention Wilson's Catchy Piano Figure And Barbieri's Hammond Organ Fills. Lyrically, Wilson Comes Up With Some Of His Best Work Yet. "Piano Lessons" Looks Back On Past Musical Learning And A Doubtful Teacher As A Spur To Trying Harder, While "Pure Narcotic" Offers Up A Romantic Scenario And Tip Of The Hat To Radiohead All At Once: "You Keep Me Hating/You Keep Me Listening To The Bends." There's Actually A Musical Hint Or Two Of The Oxford Quintet As Well — The Acoustic Guitar/Drum Intro To "This Is No Rehearsal" Is A Good Example — But Leave It To Porcupine Tree To Drop In Some Fully Plugged In Thrash Metal, As Well.” – Ned Raggett, All Music Guide... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - In Absentia In Absentia
Pop Used - LP 93178 Lava
Mega Rare 2002 2LP Gatefold Import. Both LPs Appear Unplayed, But There Is A Feint Pressing Blemish At The end Of Side Four Which Is Inaudible. The Gatefold Jacket Is VG++. “Continuing In The Growing Commercial Vein Of Their Previous Releases, Porcupine Tree's In Absentia May Be The Most Accessible Release To Ever Spew Forth From The Group. Rolling Electronic Percussion Blends With Simple And Solid Live Drumming To Provide An Understated Backbeat As Perennial Tree Leader Steven Wilson Pastes His Complicated Pop Over The Proceedings. Wilson's Ability To Bury His Layered Vocals In Mountains Of Spacy Electric Guitar Without Drowning Out His Fragile Lyrics Is Still A Valued Feature Of The Music, And The Rare Moments Of Clarity That His Vocals Display Are Breathtaking In Their Power. A Reliance On A Somewhat Gothic Heavy Metal Sound Makes For Some Bizarre Moments, Especially When Held Up Against His Gentler Material. The Best Example Of This Is The Chugging "Wedding Nails," Which Recalls Dream Theater In Its Grandiose Scope Without Utilizing The Same Sort Of Technical Wizardry. But Wilson Manages To Bridge The Gap Between The Various Genres He Utilizes, Creating An Environment Where His Haunting Melodies Could Take A Drastic Turn At Any Minute. Porcupine Tree Also Continue Their Radiohead Fascination, Although The Influence Is Much Less Direct Than On Their Last Few Efforts. Instead, It Comes Through At Odd Intervals, Like The Moments Of Sparse Instrumentation On The Otherwise Lush "Heartattack In A Lay By." Sonically Gorgeous And Deceivingly Complex, In Absentia Has The Most Immediate Appeal Of Anything Wilson Has Released Under This Moniker Up To This Point. By Keeping The Songs At Manageable Lengths And Avoiding The Avant-Garde Electronica Flourishes Of The Band's Early Days, Porcupine Tree Has Grown Into A Fully Realized Pop Group Without Cutting Any Of The Elements That Also Make Them An Important Force In The Neo-Prog Movement.” Bradley Torreano, AMG.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Signify Signify
Pop Used - LP DELEC LP 045 Delerium
Stunning 1996 UK First Pressing 2LP (Delerium Label) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. The Rear Of The Gatefold Has A Tiny Cut Corner. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Signify Signify
Pop Used - LP DELEC LP 045 Delerium
New, Unplayed 1996 UK First Pressing 2LP (Delerium Label) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Two Center Top Seam Splits, Hence Drastic Price Reduction.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Up The Downstair Up The Downstair
Pop Used - LP DELEC LP 020 Delerium
Rare 1993 UK Delerium Label Original In Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Spiral Circus Spiral Circus
Pop Used - LP CHR 002 Chromatic
Deadly Rare 1996 UK Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Recorded Live And Taken From The Very First Live BBC And Borderline As Well As The Nags Head, High Wycombe Performances. One Of Only 500 Copies Released.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Sky Moves Sideways Sky Moves Sideways
Pop Used - LP Headspin LP 305 Delerium
2004 3LP Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Hype Sticker. Includes Three Custom Inner Sleeves And The Bonus Picture Sleeve 7 Inch. All Three LPs Appear New, Unplayed. Limited To Only 500 Copies Worldwide.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun Lightbulb Sun
Pop New - LP TF56 Tonefloat
Sealed 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original. Following The Release Of The Definitive Two-CD Edition Earlier In 2008, Tonefloat Records Now Announces The Release Of Lightbulb Sun On Vinyl. The 2000 Studio Album Gets A Lavish Treatment, Complete With "Dissapear," "Buying New Soul" And "Cure For Optimism," Which Were Recorded During The Same Sessions. This Double LP Is Dedicated To The Memory Of Michael Piper, Who Passed Away In April 2008. In Fact, It Was Meant To Be The Latest In A Line Of Beautifully Packaged Porcupine Tree Related Vinyl Releases He Lovingly Created For His Own Gates Of Dawn Label. The Test Pressings Had Been Approved And The Artwork Completed, But Michael Entered The Hospital Before He Could Place The Final Manufacturing Order, And Never Came Out Again.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - In Absentia In Absentia
Pop New - LP TF 102 Tonefloat
Sealed, Out Of Print 2010 180gm 2LP Gatefold Reissue. “Continuing In The Growing Commercial Vein Of Their Previous Releases, Porcupine Tree's In Absentia May Be The Most Accessible Release To Ever Spew Forth From The Group. Rolling Electronic Percussion Blends With Simple And Solid Live Drumming To Provide An Understated Backbeat As Perennial Tree Leader Steven Wilson Pastes His Complicated Pop Over The Proceedings. Wilson's Ability To Bury His Layered Vocals In Mountains Of Spacy Electric Guitar Without Drowning Out His Fragile Lyrics Is Still A Valued Feature Of The Music, And The Rare Moments Of Clarity That His Vocals Display Are Breathtaking In Their Power. A Reliance On A Somewhat Gothic Heavy Metal Sound Makes For Some Bizarre Moments, Especially When Held Up Against His Gentler Material. The Best Example Of This Is The Chugging "Wedding Nails," Which Recalls Dream Theater In Its Grandiose Scope Without Utilizing The Same Sort Of Technical Wizardry. But Wilson Manages To Bridge The Gap Between The Various Genres He Utilizes, Creating An Environment Where His Haunting Melodies Could Take A Drastic Turn At Any Minute. Porcupine Tree Also Continue Their Radiohead Fascination, Although The Influence Is Much Less Direct Than On Their Last Few Efforts. Instead, It Comes Through At Odd Intervals, Like The Moments Of Sparse Instrumentation On The Otherwise Lush "Heartattack In A Lay By." Sonically Gorgeous And Deceivingly Complex, In Absentia Has The Most Immediate Appeal Of Anything Wilson Has Released Under This Moniker Up To This Point. By Keeping The Songs At Manageable Lengths And Avoiding The Avant-Garde Electronica Flourishes Of The Band's Early Days, Porcupine Tree Has Grown Into A Fully Realized Pop Group Without Cutting Any Of The Elements That Also Make Them An Important Force In The Neo-Prog Movement.” Bradley Torreano, AMG.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - On The Sunday Of Life On The Sunday Of Life
Pop New - LP KSCOPE801 K Scope
Sealed 2008 2LP Black Vinyl 180gm Gatefold. On The Sunday Of Life Was Recorded By Steven Wilson Solo And Originally Released As A Double LP. Lo-Fi By Current Porcupine Tree Standards, This Is An Album Of Future Possibilities Including Everything From Psychedelic Pop To Ambient Interludes. The Seeds Of The Future PT Sound Are Also In Evidence In Tracks Such As "It Will Rain For A Million Years" And The Classic "Radioactive Toy."... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - The Incident The Incident
Pop New - LP TFR 82 Tonefloat
Sealed 2LP 180gm Gatefold. The Incident - Like The Elaborate And Conceptual Previous Record Fear Of A Blank Planet - Takes The Listener On A Thrilling Audio Journey, In Turns Haunting, Desolate, Hypnotic And Euphoric, Its Centerpiece Is The Title Track - A Stunning 55-Minute Musical Statement That Breaks Down Into 14 Separate And Often Diverse (Through Interlinked) Vignettes. The Incident Is Not The Kind Of Album That Will Be Fully Absorbed In A Single Sitting - Repeated Listening Will Reveal Hidden Detail. Pushed For A Sufficient Description Singer/Guitarist/Songwriter Steven Wilson Calls The Incident "A Slightly Surreal Song Cycle About Beginnings And Endings And The Sense That 'After This, Things Will Never Be The Same Again.... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Fear Of A Blank Planet Fear Of A Blank Planet
Pop New - LP TFR 40 Tonefloat
Sealed 2LP 180gm Gatefold. "Porcupine Tree Makes A Triumphant Return To Experimental, Non-Linear Style With 2007's Fear Of A Blank Planet. Maybe Steve Wilson Was Afraid That The Comparatively Poppy Deadwing And In Absentia Were Edging Too Close To The Mainstream, Because He Seems Far Less Concerned With Overtly Accessible Songwriting On Blank Planet. Even Still, The Cerebral, Atmospheric Sound On This Album Remains Enormously Compelling From Almost The First Moment. At Roughly 51 Minutes, Fear Of A Blank Planet Is Short By Porcupine Tree Standards, But By Measure Of Quality Rather Than Quantity, It's One Of The Most Substantial Prog Albums To Come Out In Years." - AMG... more details
 
Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun Lightbulb Sun
Pop New - LP TF56 Tonefloat
Sealed 180gm 2LP Gatefold With Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Following The Release Of The Definitive Two-CD Edition Earlier In 2008, Tonefloat Records Now Announces The Release Of Lightbulb Sun On Vinyl. The 2000 Studio Album Gets A Lavish Treatment, Complete With "Dissapear," "Buying New Soul" And "Cure For Optimism," Which Were Recorded During The Same Sessions. This Double LP Is Dedicated To The Memory Of Michael Piper, Who Passed Away In April 2008. In Fact, It Was Meant To Be The Latest In A Line Of Beautifully Packaged Porcupine Tree Related Vinyl Releases He Lovingly Created For His Own Gates Of Dawn Label. The Test Pressings Had Been Approved And The Artwork Completed, But Michael Entered The Hospital Before He Could Place The Final Manufacturing Order, And Never Came Out Again.... more details
 

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