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Steven Wilson excels at ambitious projects that bring the finest musicians and cutting-edge technology together. In another era, this album might be 2112 or The Wall. Presently, it’s a masterwork partly inspired by the story of a 38-year-old woman whose body was discovered in her London flat several years after she’d died, despite having friends and family. Wilson imagines a living woman, her thoughts and her rituals for coping with everyday living. Dramatic, extended instrumental work (“First Regret,” “Routine,” “Home Invasion,” “Ancestral”) exists within conventional songs, creating a monumentally virtuosic and poetic emotional work worthy of its grandeur. The deluxe edition adds radical mixes of “Perfect Life” and “Routine.” 

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This Album Is A Masterpiece...

That is all I can say! Every note has such raw emotion behind it. Good luck finding this kind of quality music anywhere else in today's world. Don't pass this one up. Steve and his band of geniuses do not disappoint! Best album of 2015!

Its good, but its not Raven good!

I like the album. Wilson once again exhibits his fearlessness in constructing songs of various styles. But with a few exceptions, it feels like one of his most mainstream poppish attempts yet. And there is enough of that out there. I may have appreciated it more if it didnt follow up "The Raven That Couldnt Sing" which was a masterpiece! Still, it is worth the purchase.

best solo yet - brilliant

This album seems to hold a little of everything. Pop (Blackfield), electronic (No-Man), spacey harmonies (Porcupine Tree), and of course Steven's unique solo sound. I thought The Raven took his solo work to a new level, but after several listens, I can easily say this is his best work yet. I desperately miss PT, but as long as he's creating music under any name, Steven Wilson is head and shoulders above the rest.

Biography

Born: November 3, 1967 in Kingston-upon-Thames, London, Eng

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Thanks to a prolific work ethic that puts even Damon Albarn's extensive list of side projects to shame, self-taught producer, engineer, and multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson has gradually become one of the U.K.'s most critically acclaimed cult artists. Born in Kingston Upon Thames in London in 1967, Wilson was inspired to pursue a career in music after devouring his parents' Pink Floyd and Donna Summer records, and by the age of 12 he had already started to experiment with different guitar and...
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