New Steven Wilson Album

Started by BaldiePete, October 05, 2014, 19:34:23 pm

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Will check this out when I get home from work tonight.  Cheers Pete.
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JonL

The rhythm guitar part at the start reminded me of Xanadu a little.
The lenses inside of me that paint the world black. The pools of poison, the scarlet mist, that spill over into rage.

Jonners

The new songs are an abomination

Richard_2112

Now that sounds much more like it! Really disliked all his solo stuff up until now but this sounds more Porcupine Tree-esque
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Presto-digitation

Raven was the first of his solo albums that I liked a lot and this sounds pretty exciting to me.  I really like his band mates...

Captain Ron

Fantastic news. Feb 2015 release. Right in deep winter. Deluxe version with free set of razor blades no doubt. :)
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BaldiePete

Steven Wilson has teamed up with Mariusz Duda of Riverside to release a download only new track called The Old Peace to raise funds for cancer charities in memory of a young fan who died last summer, aged just 26.

http://stevenwilsonhq.com/sw/the-old-peace-in-memory-of-alec-wildey/

It's probably not to everyone on here's taste but I like it a lot - a reflective, mostly acoustic track with some  lovely mellotron. Very reminiscent of Duda's Lunatic Soul albums.

DavidL

Quote from: BaldiePete on October 05, 2014, 19:34:23 pm
Preview and short interview. Sounds good :)

http://youtu.be/dlHxl5Q3pIA
Thanks for posting this Pete. Loved 'Raven' and have high hopes for this too. So pleased this features Guthrie once more as his playing on Raven was great.

Agree with JonL about the Xanadu link - no bad thing.

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Quote from: Richard_2112 on October 07, 2014, 00:29:07 am
Now that sounds much more like it! Really disliked all his solo stuff up until now but this sounds more Porcupine Tree-esque


Not too impressed by his solo work so far but this sounds really promising. Loved the 'pop tune'.  :)
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Jonners

It has taken me a while to "get" his solo work, but the Raven is a thing of beauty

On the special release version, there is a disc of demos, which I actually think are better than the final versions
The new songs are an abomination

Fishy

yes ..have to say never got on with any of the PT stuff but the solo album Raven is very good...
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....falls off chair in shock.....
The new songs are an abomination

Captain Ron

He's into prog jazz Jonners. Raven will be right up his jazz odyssey street. Not enough woodwind in PT for Fishy methinks. :)
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Jonners

Quote from: Captain Ron on November 04, 2014, 15:58:20 pm
He's into prog jazz Jonners. Raven will be right up his jazz odyssey street. Not enough woodwind in PT for Fishy methinks. :)

hmmmmm


I tend to listen to the demos version mostly now, its really, really good!
The new songs are an abomination