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Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by Soundscape, Jun 12, 2009.
i love this new track...damn, can't wait to get my hands on the album.
lol just listen to Pink Floyd to hear the original versions of that song. Sounds like Steve's been listening to Animals a lot.
It reminded me of Animals right away too. But that's just a good thing as it's my favourite Pink Floyd album (yeah, I like it better than Dark Side of the Moon...).
is porcupine tree ever going to progress beyond the sound of in absentia? didn't enjoy this at all except for the last minute.
In Absentia was itself just the sound of Stupid Dream/Lightbulb Sun with some metal riffs thrown in. Oh, and awesome new drummer.
It's definitely a grower, I liked it instantly but I'm liking it more and more.
A 30" clip for each part of the track.
Thanks for putting that up. Most of the samples are different parts than the sample on their myspace.
And since it's legal (rip from some polish radio podcast), 4 full songs from the album.
Thanks a lot for the link! This will need some listening...
There's a leak available on the interwebs now. Shitty quality, still a good way to listen to the album before its release.
I'm listening to it right now. It sounds good !
This album is totally kickass! The two first segments Occam's razor, and the blind house is magic! I'm on my third listen, and the only part of the album I don't really like is Drawing the line.
I've preordered the album, so I'm really looking forward to hearing it in good quality and all!
And also: Oh.my.God (even though I don't believe in him)
This is directed to a shitload of people in this thread:
Please stop talking/acting like music is objective. Because (hint): It's not.
PT has done it once again. Can't wait until the proper version hits the stores. The leak has bad quality.
There is a new leak out with better quality. Without the clicks and with smoother transitions between tracks.
It would be good if, in a near future, someone releases it as an APE-track.