In "Drawing the Line," Porcupine Tree revisits the past in a way that's bold and bracing.
March 30, 2010 The arrangement of Porcupine Tree's "Drawing the Line" veers between gentle keyboards and Steven Wilson's crisp, soaring guitar solos, supported by sympathetic, nuanced drumming. Lyrically, Wilson conveys bravado that's bracing and welcome.
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June 4, 2007 Porcupine Tree mixes the virtuoso musicianship of progressive rock with modern electronic and guitar effects. The title of its song "Sentimental" takes a sly jab, given its bleak surroundings on Fear of a Blank Planet, the band's saga of numbed-out teens of the future.
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