Saturday, March 08, 2008


If you are looking to buy a good album, I suggest you look no further than Porcupine Tree's 'In Absentia'
Released in 2002, I may be a bit late, but it is never too late to buy this awesome album if you haven't already.

Just 3 songs in it will be worth the trouble of picking this one up:

: Has a very melancholic vocal rhythm, and very old world-sounding chords.

The Sound of Muzak
- About the intellectual decline of the music industry, starts off in 7/4, and has a beautiful solo. Very Nice!

Blackest Eyes
- Follows the overall theme of the album, one of Serial Killers. Has a very catchy chorus.

Have Fun.


Listening to 'A Change Of Seasons' - DT


Gutterflower said...

Late. =)

OMG Blackest eyes is creepy creepy. 'It's so erotic when your makeup runs' . The psychokiller voice underneath. Listen to that line. Creepy.
Trains was the first song that made me fall in love with PT.

JerryKantrell said...


Trains is arguably the best song in this album, but I first took notice of PT because of 'The Sound of Music' and its 'prog' timing, as we like to call it.

Have you heard Blackfield ? it's got Steven Wilson in it and obviously Steven is awesome as always.
I recommend '1000 people' and 'end of the world'

Gutterflower said...

Been intending to d/l Blackfield for quite a while now. Always been too lazy to. Waiting to get sick of all my current music first.

JerryKantrell said...

Yeah I tend to get into one of those moods too, when I am just happy listening to the same songs for a few weeks.

Have you started using a reader or something ? Because the feedjit at the bottom of the page doesn't record your visits anymore.

Gutterflower said...

No, I access normally. And like everyday, so weird.
Anyway. It's a beautiful day. Hope yours is too.

JerryKantrell said...

thank you very much.