This week will see the release of the new Steven Wilson album, To The Bone. It is the follow up to 2015’s Hand.Cannot.Erase, and his fifth solo album outside of his critically acclaimed work with Porcupine Tree.
“My fifth record is in many ways inspired by the hugely ambitious progressive pop records that I loved in my youth,” Wilson told The Telegraph in a track by track interview. “I grew up listening to a lot of very smart pop records by artists like Kate Bush, Talk Talk, Peter Gabriel, Prince, Depeche Mode, Tears for Fears, The The.
“It struck me that there aren’t too many albums made like that these days: quite accessible on the surface, but if you choose to engage with them on a deeper level, you can find layers in the production, musicianship and some thoughtful lyrics. I wanted to try to create a modern equivalent.”
On The Sunday Of Life: Rare original 1992 UK 18-track double vinyl LP, the debut album from English progressive rock band, compiles material that Steven Wilson produced and recorded for two cassette-only releases, Tarquin’s Seaweed Farm from 1989 and 1991′ s The Nostalgia Factory, housed in the glossy gatefold picture sleeve with lyrics printed across the inside.
The Sky Moves Sideways: 2004 Dutch 10-track triple vinyl LP with bonus 2-track 7″ vinyl single, the ultimate edition of the psychedelic space rock opus, picture sleeve with card picture lyric inners.
Coma Divine: 2002 Dutch 14-track triple vinyl LP with bonus 2-track 7″ vinyl single, recorded live during three nights at the Frontiera in Rome 1997 and remastered for this edition, picture sleeve with photo credits inners
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