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Porcupine Tree
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England
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Porcupine Tree is an English band formed by Steven Wilson in 1987 in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. Their music is associated with both psychedelic rock and progressive rock, yet having been influenced by trance, krautrock and ambient due to Wilson and keyboardist Richard Barbieri's penchant for the Kosmische Musik scene of the early 70s, led by bands such as Tangerine Dream, Neu! and Can. Since the early 2000s, their music has been leaning towards progressive metal and alternative rock.
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http://www.porcupinetree.com
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Releases on file (26)
Porcupine Tree — Octane Twisted Porcupine Tree — Octane Twisted
(Kscope KSCOPE218, 2012, 2CD)
Porcupine Tree — The Incident Porcupine Tree — The Incident
(Roadrunner Records 1686-178572, 2009, 2CD)
Porcupine Tree — Fear of a Blank Planet Porcupine Tree — Fear of a Blank Planet
(Atlantic 2-115900, 2007, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Nil Recurring Porcupine Tree — Nil Recurring
(Transmission Recordings 5.1, 2007, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Deadwing Porcupine Tree — Deadwing
(Lava 93812-2, 2005, CD)
Porcupine Tree — XMII Porcupine Tree — XMII
(Transmission Recordings 4.1, 2005, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Warszawa Porcupine Tree — Warszawa
(Transmission Recordings 2.1, 2004, CD)
Porcupine Tree — XM Porcupine Tree — XM
(Transmission Recordings 1.1, 2003, CD)
Porcupine Tree — In Absentia Porcupine Tree — In Absentia
(Lava 83604-2, 2002, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Recordings Porcupine Tree — Recordings
(Kscope SMACD840, 2001, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Lightbulb Sun Porcupine Tree — Lightbulb Sun
(Snapper Music SMACD827, 2000, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Voyage 34: The Complete Trip Porcupine Tree — Voyage 34: The Complete Trip
(Delerium DELEC CD 074, 2000, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Stupid Dream Porcupine Tree — Stupid Dream
(Kscope 128132, 1999, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Coma Divine Porcupine Tree — Coma Divine
(Delerium DELEC CD 067, 1997, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Coma Divine: Live in Rome Porcupine Tree — Coma Divine: Live in Rome
(Snapper Music SMACD882, 1997/2003, 2CD)
Porcupine Tree — Metanoia Porcupine Tree — Metanoia
(Aether 3, 1997, LP)
Porcupine Tree — Stars Die: The Delerium Years 1991-1997 Porcupine Tree — Stars Die: The Delerium Years 1991-1997
(Snapper Music SMADD851, 1997/2002, 2CD)
Porcupine Tree — Signify Porcupine Tree — Signify
(Delerium DELEC CD045, 1996, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Waiting Porcupine Tree — Waiting
(Delerium DELEC CDS049, 1996, CD)
Various Artists — Pick & Mix Various Artists — Pick & Mix
(Delerium DELEC CDD 023, 1995, 2CD)
Porcupine Tree — The Sky Moves Sideways Porcupine Tree — The Sky Moves Sideways
(Delerium DELEC CD 028, 1995, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Staircase Infinities Porcupine Tree — Staircase Infinities
(Blueprint BP 217 CD, 1995, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Moonloop EP Porcupine Tree — Moonloop EP
(Delerium DELEC CDS 032, 1994, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Up the Downstair Porcupine Tree — Up the Downstair
(Delerium DELEC CD 020, 1993, CD)
Porcupine Tree — On the Sunday Side of Life... Porcupine Tree — On the Sunday Side of Life...
(Delerium DELEC-CD-008, 1992, CD)
Porcupine Tree — Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape Porcupine Tree — Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape
(Magic Gnome MG4299325, 1991/1995, CD)

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