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Get All You Deserve [CD + DVD + Blu-ray]
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Four disc edition includes two CDs, Blu-Ray and DVD. 2012 live release from the Grammy-nominated producer, writer and performer, best known as founder and front man of British rock band Porcupine Tree. Following the release of his solo album Grace For Drowning, Steven embarked on his first ever solo tour, assembling a virtuoso band, featuring Marco Minnemann (drums), Nick Beggs (bass), Theo Travis (flute and sax), Adam Holzman (keys) and Niko Tsonev (guitars), to accompany him. For the shows he worked extensively with Lasse to create a show unlike nothing else that he had ever done with his other bands, Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, No-Man or Bass Communion. The shows submerged fans in a rich sensory experience: rear speakers provide surround-sound effects, giant screens show off Lasse's films made specifically to accompany these songs, and cutting-edge lighting designs giving texture to each song. Get All You Deserve captures one of the highlight shows from the tour. Recorded at a sold-out Teatro Metrop¢litan in Mexico City, the gig features tracks from both Wilson's solo albums along with the new, as yet unreleased, track 'Luminol'.
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This release is a variation of the Burning Shed release from KScope except this has no book and is stored in some ackward digipack DVD sized casing [why do they keep on changing them?]. There are no extras at all except for a "road movie" lasting 11 minutes from his tour.
The CDs are exclusive to this [and the Burning Shed] release and don't contain the intro and outro [from another Wilson side project Bass Communion] of the DVD/Blu-ray. Unsure why. Plenty of room.
Expect all the bigger [can't say "hits"] tracks from his two solo projects to date plus a new track.
5.1 and stereo for the DVD, DTS-MA for the Blu-ray.
Once again packaging by Lasse hoile [getting a little repetitive here] as well as the concert direction.