Offered for sale is an original U.S. black vinyl 180 gram pressing of the double album Stupid Dream by Porcupine Tree.
About this copy: This copy of Stupid Dream is a 2006 U.S. pressing on the Gates of Dawn label.
The cover is M- with a small corner dent. The two 180 gram black vinyl discs are M- and look unplayed. Clean discs!
A nice copy of one of Porcupine Tree’s better albums.
Background: Released in 1999, but not on vinyl until 2006, Stupid Dream was the fifth album by Porcupine Tree.
The album did not chart.
Porcupine Tree’s first album for K-Scope/Snapper starts out with a definite bang — “Even Less,” with some of the quartet’s biggest, blasting rock epic music yet, yet also shot through with the gentler, acoustic side that makes Porcupine Tree so intimate and lovely. The net result easily calls Yes to mind, but Steven Wilson’s not so high-pitched as Jon Anderson and Richard Barbieri completely avoids Rick Wakeman’s extreme idiocies — prog that knows when less is more. With that as a fine signal for the album as a whole, Stupid Dream takes it from there — Wilson as a songwriter and singer both sounds recharged and more ambitious, while the group collectively pours it on.
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Gates of Dawn|
|Year of Release:||2006|