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on October 6, 2012
Steven Wilson is one of those proliferic people. Can't stop doing things. Within the last 2 years hes' been on numerous tours for all of his projects [solo, Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, and No-Man] as well as record new material. While the discs weren't even "dried" he is already recording his third solo album with Alan Parsons in LA. On top of that, every project [except so far Blackfield] has had at least one live release.
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.