Porcupine Tree - Nil Recurring

Black Vinyl LP Record, Reissue

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Nil Recurring is an extended play by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, originally released in September 2007 via Peaceville Records.

Originally released on CD in 2007, the mini-album (29 minutes of music) was written during the Fear Of A Blank Planet sessions, completed over the Summer of 2007, and is presented as a cohesive, self-contained Porcupine Tree work in its own right.

The title track features Robert Fripp on lead guitar, and the album moves through the full Porcupine Tree spectrum of atmospheric ambience, melodic hooks, and crushing riffs.

Porcupine Tree released their last album, The Incident, in 2009, marking another step forward in the incredible journey of the band that began as a solo studio project created by Steven Wilson in the late eighties to a multi Grammy nominated act and one of the world’s most revered live bands, selling out arenas across the globe and wowing fans with their incredible performances.

This EP is a 2022 reissue on black vinyl with a printed inner sleeve, pressed in Europe via Transmission Recordings.

(14958)

Tracklisting:

 

No.

Track

Time

A1

Nil Recurring

6:15

A2

Normal

7:08

B1

Cheating The Polygraph

7:10

B2

What Happens Now?

8:24

SKU 14958
Record Label Transmission Recordings
Label / Model # Independent
Catalogue Number TRANSM282LP
Country EU - Europe
Release Date (Year) 01 July 2022
Original Release Date (Year) 17 September 2007
Barcode # 802644828213
Shipping Weight 0.2600kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.314m
Shipping Length 0.314m
Shipping Cubic 0.000986000m3
Type New
Format Limited Edition LP Record, Black Vinyl, Printed Inner Sleeve, Reissue
Vinyl Colour Black
Genre Progressive Rock
Format VINYL LP

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