Top 5: Best Porcupine Tree Albums

English band Porcupine Tree were considered one of the most influential modern progressive rock bands. Fronted by juggernaut Steven Wilson, Porcupine Tree has released ten albums, including six EPs. With an evolving sound over the years, it is debatable which album is considered their best among Porcupine Tree fans. But which albums are considered the best by Crash And Ride Music?

Here are Crash And Ride Music’s Top 5 Best Porcupine Tree Albums:

5. “Deadwing”

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Preview and purchase “Deadwing” by Porcupine Tree by clicking the album cover above!

Best songs: “Deadwing,” “Lazarus,” “Arriving Somewhere But Not Here,” “Glass Arm Shattering”

4. “The Sky Moves Sideways”

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Preview and purchase “The Sky Moves Sideways” by Porcupine Tree by clicking the album cover above!

Best songs: “The Sky Moves Sideways,” “Moon Touches Your Shoulder,” “Stars Die”

3. “Fear Of A Blank Planet”

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Preview and purchase “Fear Of A Blank Planet” by Porcupine Tree by clicking the album cover above!

Best songs: “Anesthetize,” “Way Out Of Here,” “Sleep Together”

2. “In Absentia”

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Preview and purchase “In Absentia” by Porcupine Tree by clicking the album cover above!

Best songs: “Trains, “3, “Heartattack In A Layby, “Collapse the Light Into Earth”

1. “Stupid Dream”

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Preview and purchase “Stupid Dream” by Porcupine Tree by clicking the album cover above!

Best songs: “Even Less, “Don’t Hate Me, “Tinto Brass, “Stop Swimming”

So, there you have it: Crash And Ride Music’s Top 5 Best Porcupine Tree albums. I can already hear a buzz in the air about fan favorite “In Absentia” placing second on this list. Do you agree or disagree? What albums are in your Top 5? Sound off below!

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10 thoughts on “Top 5: Best Porcupine Tree Albums

  1. There is no correct order when ranking Porcupine Tree albums, it’s all subjective. That said, here’s MY ranking! 🙂
    #1. In Absentia
    #2. Signify
    #3. Stupid Dream
    #4. Deadwing
    #5. Fear Of A Blank Planet
    (and coming in at #6 and #7 respectively: Up The Downstair (Re-released Edition), The Sky Moves Sideways.

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  2. As someone earlier mentioned, the list could be in many different orders. It appears I’m much higher on The Incident than others. That cracks my top 3.

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