The deliberately sloppy, wildly prolific scatterpunk band with the headline-
grabbing live shows is poised for a wide breakthrough on its fifth album.
Wilson has recorded a library of material with Porcupine Tree, basically a
solo project, and moves in a drone/shoegaze-oriented sound for his first
"official" solo album.
Now deservedly playing to a fairly large audience, Ward synthesizes his
various writing/production talents on a record that is bright by his standards.
Years of Refusal
Moz's middle-age resurgence has been a pleasant surprise in recent years,
and his solid track record continues with a raw-er than usual effort here.