Earlier this week I posted a blog about my introduction to Porcupine Tree (which you can read here), and that I actually prefer the ‘older’ albums above the most recent ones… And a few hours later, after publishing that blog post, I suddenly thought about the album Fear Of A Blank Planet.
Yay! A website where you can compile/arrange your own top 20 album list! What a cool thing! I probably forgot a lot of awesome pearls in my list, but I’m very proud of this one!
Check out my top 20 here (and you can compile your own list there too): https://www.20albums.com/list/5736524b60941?1463177803
Up The Downstair came out in 1993, in between the albums On The Sunday Of Life and The Sky Moves Sideways. While On The Sunday Of Life is a collection of Steven Wilson’s earlier work, Up The Downstair was the first album that was meant to be an album (at least, I think so, please correct me if I’m wrong).
A month since I posted my last playlist, so it’s time for a new one! I know, it has been a long time since I posted my latest album review as well, but no worries! Some reviews are ready to be posted (I wait until they are published on Background Magazine before publishing them here), and some are almost finished! Here’s a selection of what I’m listening to recently…