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Stupid Dream is the fifth studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree. It was first released in March 1999, and then re-released on 15 May 2006 due to the band's rising popularity on major record label Lava Records with their releases of In Absentia in 2002 and Deadwing in 2005.
From the archives, various demos recorded during the Stupid Dream album sessions. However, Wesley and Harrison were not members of Porcupine Tree when Stupid Dream was recorded, and the drums on that album were played by Chris Maitland. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Porcupine Tree – Stupid Dream. Label: Snapper Music – SMACD913. Format: CD, Album, Remastered DVD, DVD-Audio, Multichannel, Faulty Mastering DVD, DVD-Audio, Multichannel All Media, Slipcased Jewel CD Case. Even less" and "Stop Swimming are the highlights to me. The . remixes are very interesting.
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
Stupid Dream Tracklist. 2. Piano Lessons Lyrics. 3. Stupid Dream Lyrics. 4. Pure Narcotic Lyrics.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Metal Progressif Porcupine Tree. 5. Slave Called Shiver. 6. Don't Hate Me. 7. This Is No Rehearsal. 8. Baby Dream in Cellophane. 9. Stranger by the Minute. 10. A Smart Kid. 11. Tinto Brass. Autres productions de Porcupine Tree. Fear of a Blank Planet.
The album’s title came from Wilson’s idea that most artists strive to become music artists because they want the lifestyle of fame when in actuality it is extremely hard work. When listening to this it’s clear that Wilson and co. are making music not to please anyone but because they love it. Each song is refreshingly diverse in its music and lyrics. From the incredibly trippy Baby Dream in Cellophane to the staggeringly radio friendly appeal of Piano Lessons, this record has something that everyone will enjoy
|3||Baby Dream In Cellophane||3:09|
|5||Slave Called Shiver||5:32|
|6||Don't Hate Me||8:08|
|PTSDV20901||Porcupine Tree||Stupid Demos (CD, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Porcupine Tree)||PTSDV20901||UK & Europe||1999|
|CSR 030||Porcupine Tree||Stupid Dream Demos 1998/99 (CD, Unofficial)||Captain Sound Records||CSR 030||Japan||2007|