Live soundboard recording of Porcupine Tree - Planet Pul Festival 1994 from June 04, 1994. It was recorded at De Kuip in Uden, The Netherlands.
Porcupine Tree Turkey. ngiliz Progresif Rock Grubu. The former LP won the Album of the Year award 2007 from the Classic Rock Magazine awards and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Surround Sound Album. Steven was part in several other bands, including Karma, Bass Communion, no-man and Storm Corrosion, a project with Mikael Åkerfeldt, the frontman of Swedish progressive metal band Opeth.
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01 Fear of a Blank Planet 02 Sound of Muzak 03 Hatesong 04 Hatesong (Part II) 05 Blackest Eyes 06 Anesthetize 07 Open Car 08 Way Out of Here 09 Halo. Notes: Live stream from New Orleans. Lossy Audio Bootlegs.
Fear of a Blank Planet is the ninth studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree and their best selling before 2009's The Incident.
1994 marks the 2nd festival (7 total). Incorrect? Pul 25 Symfo Festival. Planet Pul II. Planet Pul III. Planet Pul IV. Planet Pul V. Planet Pul VI. Planet Pul VII. View all Planet Pul setlists.
I consider Porcupine Tree's Fear of a Blank Planet to be among the top ten metal albums of 2007. Fear of a Blank Planet was the first album I’ve heard by them, and I was definitely impressed by it. A defining feature of this album is its lyrics and eerie theme. The lyrics are actually very interesting (surprisingly) and discuss many taboo subjects of the modern age, like drugs, pornography, death, and romance, among others.
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- Recorded At – Feyenoord Stadium
- Bass Guitar – Colin Edwin
- Drums, Percussion – Chris Maitland
- Guitar, Lead Vocals – Steven Wilson
- Keyboards – Richard Barbieri