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Porcupine Tree – Live at The Scala (11/8/1999) (early Lightbulb Sun material) [full concert]



By the last month of the “Stupid Dream” tour in 1999, Porcupine Tree had begun to play material that would later feature on the album “Lightbulb Sun” in 2000. This show, one of PT’s finest, not only features early versions of “Russia on Ice”, “Four Chords That Made a Million” and “Where We Would Be”, but also includes songs rarely played live such as “Fadeaway” and “Stranger By The Minute”. Why? It was the last PT show of the millennium!

This show sounds absolutely fantastic and is a must-listen for any Tree fan. Crank the volume and enjoy!

Setlist:

Set 1:

1. Tinto Brass – 0:00
2. Russia on Ice – 7:44
3. Don’t Hate Me – 21:08
4. Signify – 29:37
5. Baby Dream in Cellophane – 35:30
6. Fadeaway – 39:10
7. Four Chords That Made a Million – 44:10
8. Voyage 34 – 48:45

Set 2:

9. Even Less – 1:01:18
10. Piano Lessons – 1:09:16
11. Waiting – 1:14:08
12. Pure Narcotic – 1:19:36
13. Where We Would Be – 1:25:30
14. A Smart Kid – 1:30:20
15. Slave Called Shiver – 1:35:52
16. Up The Downstair – 1:40:43

Encore:

17. Stranger By The Minute – 1:51:03
18. Dislocated Day – 1:55:55
19. Radioactive Toy – 2:06:05

Porcupine Tree is:

Steven Wilson – vocals, guitars
Richard Barbieri – keyboards, synthesizers
Colin Edwin – fretless bass
Chris Maitland – drums, percussion, backing vocals

For period pictures, interviews, song information and history regarding the “Lightbulb Sun” album, be sure to check out Neural Rust, a website I’m currently building for everything Porcupine Tree.

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