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This repackaging of 2011's live Anesthetize shifts the focus from the Blu-Ray/DVD format to a pair of audio discs, plus a Region 0 DVD. This isn't the first time the music has appeared on CD, but the original was part of a special edition that sold out quickly after its release. The gig documents a performance by Porcupine Tree at 013 Poppodium Tilburg in Holland in 2008, and the program features the two-hour gig. The first disc/set finds the band playing Fear of a Blank Planet in its entirety, while the second includes catalog tracks that were, at the time, fairly recent - -only three of its 11 cuts are from the pre-metal era. Though the entire gig is just a knockout, some of the highlights include the title track, "Way Out of Here," and "Sentimental" on disc one, and "Dark Matter, "Cheating the Polygraph," and set-closer "Halo" from disc two. The video, directed by Lasse Hoile, was his second concert film for PT -- the first was the oft-criticized Arriving Somewhere, which showcased his own rather grim thematic concerns at the expense of concert footage in places. These are absent from Anesthetize. The performance is captured flawlessly in documentary style, with numerous cameras from a wide variety of angles -- including one looking up from underneath Gavin Harrison's tom-toms. Bathed in a ghostly blue light, the band's playing is requisitely tight, immediate, and at times ferocious in intensity. Lead guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Steven Wilson, keyboardist Richard Barbieri, and bassist Colin Edwin are tight and in sync throughout, though Harrison nearly steals the show with his elastic yet unshakeable sense of time and seemingly effortless playing style. Second guitarist John Wesley has a few rough moments, but he was only a "guest" at the time, and if anything, it somewhat humanizes the band. Fans who already have the double-video set may not need this, but any enthusiast who doesn't would be well-advised to pick it up -- just listening through the audio portion is its own reward. The visual element is a sublime bonus. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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Alors qu’il existe depuis quinze ans exactement, Porcupine Tree enregistre l’un de ses meilleurs albums, ou plutôt l’un de ses plus marqués. Mettant un terme à des expérimentations psychédéliques peut-être un peu trop classiques, le groupe décide d’emprunter une voie entre heavy rock et prog rock, mais version costaude, et de combiner les enseignements de Led Zep ou Black Sabbath avec ceux de Queensrÿche et Dream Theater. La raison de ce revirement aurait pu être le changement de batteur, puisque Chris Maitland a laissé la place à Gavin Harrison. Mais elle n’est que le fruit de la volonté du leader, Steven Wilson, chanteur et surtout principale plume. Il explique ce virage stylistique par la lecture d’un livre choc, Lord of Chaos de Jonas Åkerlund, dédié à la scène black metal (et surtout extrême) scandinave. Dès lors, plus rien ne peut être comme avant. La photo de pochette sera donc effrayante, et les thématiques abordées consacrées à trois sujets essentiels : les tueurs en série, l’innocence adolescente perdue, sans oublier une critique du monde moderne.In Absentia n’est pourtant pas la bande-son d’un film gore, plus un album qui tenterait de comprendre pourquoi des individus peuvent perdre pied au point de commettre des horreurs. Lips Of Ashes raconte la trajectoire d’un type fou d’amour – ce n’est pas réciproque –, qui tue sa belle pour qu’elle lui appartienne à jamais, tandis que The Creator Has a Mastertape narre celle d’un père qui torture son fils et l’enregistre pour pouvoir réécouter la bande et s’en délecter… Mais si l’album démarre sur une intro à grosses guitares (Blackest Eyes), le reste est bien plus abordable, oscillant entre ballades et mélodies planantes. Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Marillion et même U2 sont les quelques noms qui viennent à l’esprit lorsque l’on veut poser des points de repère. Un long disque de 68 minutes qui s’achève sur un magnifique piano-voix Collapse the Light Into the Earth © Christian Eudeline/Qobuz
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Octane Twisted, the first album by Porcupine Tree in three years, is a double-live disc recorded at Chicago's Riviera in 2010 during The Incident tour. It also includes highlights from the band's concluding concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. Recording a concept album is fraught with danger as well as possibility; a touring one is an exponentially greater challenge -- especially when the studio recording is a chart success. The Incident went Top 30 in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Disc one features The Incident in its entirety. The studio album was presented as a seamless 55-minute suite. It gets tossed out the window almost immediately here. Opener "Occam's Razor" gives way to "The Blind House" easily enough, without interruption, but as the latter track concludes, Steven Wilson breaks the spell by greeting the crowd. Most cuts here closely adhere to the lengths of their studio counterparts, with one great exception: "Time Flies" allows the improvisation to go on more than a minute longer to excellent effect -- the distortion and guitar pyrotechnics are remarkable. As a whole, Octane Twisted contains less of a dynamic and textural range than The Incident did, but that proves to be a positive because it more than makes up for it in pure rockist force and drama. Check the raw emotion in "Drawing the Line," the metallic bass throb in "Circle of Manias," and the increased tension between Richard Barbieri's keyboards and Wilson's guitar in the title track for examples. The second disc does contain a live performance of "Bonnie the Cat" from The Incident's bonus disc, the remainder is performances of songs from the band's catalog. Its highlights include an extended reading of "Hatesong," a 15-minute medley of "Russia on Ice/"The Pills I'm Taking" (the latter is the second part of "Anesthetize"), and the cosmic single "Stars Die." Set closer "Arriving Somewhere But Not Here," which originally appeared on 2005's Deadwing sends it all off in grand, sprawling style. Beautifully recorded, Octane Twisted offers live proof that The Incident stands as one of rock's most ambitious concept works. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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