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Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize (DVD + BD)
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Ce nouveau live de 130 mn est un véritable film qui nous montre la bande à Steven Wilson au sommet de sa forme sur la tournée de l'album « Fear of a blank planet ». Enregistré en HD avec plusieurs caméras lors de deux soirées mémorables au fameux 013 à Tilburg en Hollande en octobre 2008, on retrouve ici les meilleurs moments de ces 2 concerts. Le groupe joue en intégralité les morceaux de « Fear of a blank planet » ainsi que les titres les plus emblématiques de ses albums précédents. Bref, un must pour leurs nombreux aficionados! « Anesthetize » comporte une rondelle DVD et une rondelle Blu-Ray agréméntée de nombreux bonus.
Anesthetize e' stato registrato durante 2 concerti allo 013 di Tilburg, Olanda, nell' Ottobre 2008, alla fine del tour di supporto all' album Fear Of A Blank Planet. Nei 130 minuti del concerto, il gruppo suona tutto l' album succitato e molti dei migliori brani del suo repertorio, con un light show stupendo e tre schermi con immagini.
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The only improvement would have been better editing. As someone else mentioned, and I agree, the shots are far to short. They should have completely ignored the background video, and spent more time on the players, and longer shots, split-screening through some of the more intense stuff.
Get this DVD, you will love it.
Porcupine Tree's music is music that I honestly think everyone would like if they listened to it. There's a little bit of everything for everyone. They are so dynamic in their arrangements. There is an unmistakeable pop element in their music, but then it's not pop music. ha ha
Just like the band Rush has the ability to switch time signatures 2 or three times within one song yet make it pretty much unnoticeable to the listener, Porcupine Tree has a gift for incorporating soft and clean sections into their heavier-riffed songs. It's very cool to see them do this again and again in very different ways, so you never get the feeling that you're hearing the same songwriting formula. It's a real gift these 4 guys have.
But the real attraction for me is the level of musicianship. All of these guys can play their instrument amazingly well, but it's WHAT they choose to play that makes it art for me. To me, every note seems so well-placed.
I can go on and on about why I think everyone needs to own this, so I'll just stop here. The sound is pretty damn special on this DVD, too. These guys don't skimp on sound quality.
The music and musicianship is superb. I think the mixing was done perfectly, and it's nice to hear a PT concert in uncompressed audio (from the Blu-Ray). The song choice was fairly simple, and has been a PT approach for a few years now - just play the entire album for which you're touring, then some b-sides, and then some back catalog material (and don't forget "Trains"). While I have mixed feelings about the whole-album approach, Fear of a Blank Planet is one fine PT album, so this works out.
I knocked off a star because of the filmography. The fixed position/mounted cameras (on tripods, etc.) suffered from camera shake with each bass drum kick. While this is somewhat difficult to cushion in a live show in a small venue such as this one from Tilburg, it does stand out quite a bit (on the Blu-Ray). Moreover, due to the low-light nature of PT shows, the film is a bit grainy at times. I've got other concerts in Blu-Ray which aren't quite so grainy, which leads me to believe the choice in camera equipment might not have been the best. I must warn the reader, however, that these are MINOR gripes that only a perfectionist like me would notice. For the most part, PT fans (many of whom are audiophiles) will be deeply satisfied with this release.