Kscope’s series of vinyl editions of classic Porcupine Tree albums continues with Voyage 34. Voyage 34, is an instrumental composition from 1992-1993, split into four phases and lasting for more than an hour.
Combining trance rhythms alongside more typical PT textures and guitar solos, Voyage 34 was a big hit in the ambient/chill out club scene of the early 1990s (when it was originally issued as two 12 inch singles).
This edition comes on 180-gram heavyweight double colored vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves."This UK band was widely ascribed with bringing progressive rock back into vogue during the 1990s.
Steve Wilson (guitar, vocals, programming) is the guiding light behind Porcupine Tree, which allows him to indulge his interests in ambient dance music and left-field, psychedelic rock. Wilson embarked on his musical career in 1987, when he formed the art rock trio No-Man with Tim Bowness (vocals) and Ben Coleman (violin).
At the same time, however, he began recording music for an imaginary band called Porcupine Tree. Later, Wilson recruited Colin Edwin (bass), Richard Barbieri (keyboards), and Chris Maitland (drums) to form a "proper" band." Critics reviewing their material, particularly the Moonloop EP in 1994 and The Sky Moves Sideways album the following year, immediately pigeonholed them as a contemporary Pink Floyd. Signify did indeed have shades of David Gilmour, but ultimately, even with the Yes, Barclay James Harvest and Supertramp comparisons, Porcupine Tree sound only like themselves." — Encyclopedia of Popular Music
Gatefold cover, double colored LP edition.
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