Köln 4th Dec 2007 (TV broadcast)

by Porcupine Tree

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5teve197 In my opinion this is Porcupine Tree at their absolute peak. Not only does this release have a stellar track list, it also contains some of the best versions of each song available anywhere. The Sky Moves Sideways is exemplary - a wonderful performance that builds and builds and is worth the price of admission on its own.

The recording is is of the highest quality and should be in everyone’s collection.

Favorite track: The Sky Moves Sideways (Köln).
tobstone
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tobstone Ah, finally, ppt on Bandcamp. Favorite track: Anesthetize (Köln).
kadees
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kadees ...The performance of “Anesthetize” captured here might be the single best recording in this entire cache of material... (bandcamp Daily)
(April 29, 2020) Favorite track: Anesthetize (Köln).
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gg1968 Thx for this. It was my 1st (and sadly only) concert of PT. Please come back Favorite track: Waiting (Köln).
Chris
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Chris A fantastic performance (available in video form somewhere, but not here...). Amazing version of TSMS with Gavin on drums!! Favorite track: The Sky Moves Sideways (Köln).
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mikepete53 Has become one of my favorite bands. Unfortunately, I didn’t discover them until It was too late to see them on tour.
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Halo (Köln) 06:22

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Exactly 14 years to the day after the band's first ever live performance (also available here), PT played at the Palladium in Köln, Germany. The show was filmed by a local TV station and 7 songs totalling approximately 62 minutes were later selected for broadcast. This is the audio soundtrack to the broadcast, as mixed by SW.

There is some overlap with the Ilosaarirock show from earlier in the year, but also some unexpected forays into the back catalogue in the form of Waiting and The Sky Moves Sideways.

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released March 16, 2020

Photo credit : Lasse Hoile

All songs written by Wilson except Halo written by Barbieri / Edwin / Harrison / Wilson

Audio resolution: 44.1K / 24 bit

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Porcupine Tree is a UK rock band that started in 1987 as a solo project by songwriter Steven Wilson, but then from 1993 until their last shows in 2010 became a full band. During that time they earned critical acclaim from critics and fellow musicians, developed a cult following, and became an influence for a generation of artists combining song craft, heavy riffs and textural ambience. ... more

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