|3. Sleep Of No Dreaming|
|5. Waiting Phase One|
|6. Waiting Phase Two|
|8. Idiot Prayer|
|9. Every Home Is Wired|
|10. Intermediate Jesus|
|11. Light Mass Prayers|
Experimental, eerie, psychedelic, it's like they took all of the progressive rock influences, put them in a blender, added a little ambient sounds and electronica, and let it rip. This album represents a mix of what Steven Wilson had been doing as basically a one-man band, and what they will eventually become.
Sleep of No Dreaming, and Sever are some of the darker, harder tracks, and gives you a harbinger of things to come with the direction Porcupine Tree would eventually take. This album is also full of atmospheric, ambient instrumental tracks like Idiot Prayer, Intermediate Jesus, and Light Mass Prayers. Darkmatter, the final track, is one of my all-time favorite Porcupine Tree songs. Signify is definitely an album worth listening to.
Heavy instrumental title track is featuring more straight-forward rhythm section and guitars.it signals the riff experiments on later works.it also signals bigger simplicity.
"Signify" contains a few great songs beside instrumental track.
the famous song from here is "Waiting" (part 1) - their popular single hit with etheral vocals and atractive melody."Sleep of no dreaming" and "Sever" are containing very dark sound but they are catchy too.my favourite is "Every home is wired" - psychedelic beatles meet David gilmour here - great acoustic riff and wierd drum outro..."Dark matter" is a good song too,many fans claim that it is one of their best songs ever.
"Signify" is a very good Porcupine tree album and it holds many strong points.although a bit flat production and some pretentious moments on instrumental tracks are making it a bit weakere to be a 5 stars work it still remains huge piece of amazing music.Steven Wilson can't be wrong - this is art!