The Sky Moves Sideways

Porcupine Tree - The Sky Moves Sideways
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February 21, 1995 / Release Date
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Delerium Records / Label
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Porcupine Tree, brainchild of modern prog prodigy Steven Wilson entered its second phase with the elusive manifesto of The Sky Moves Sideways. The silver linings of his debut On The Sunday of Life shine even brighter here with the help of veteran keyboardist Richard Barbieri, who had just joined Wilson's lonely ship, bursting the young artist's magniloquent sonic ideas to a whole new level of psychedelic grandeur. Pink Floyd and Genesis influences are still shadows that Wilson can't seem to get ... read more
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