1. avatar Sadoldgit
    has a new solo album due out next month..


    How can one man be so bloody productive?
    Porcupine Tree
    No Man
    Blackfield
    Bass Communion
    IEM
    S Wilson solo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KD7_uiVHVw
  2. avatar That Man Fanjo
    ... and let's not forget the magic he worked with Opeth.
  3. avatar blonderedhead
    I thought this thread was gunna be about this genius:

    [img:2260932f5b]http://news.bbc.co.uk/sol/shared/spl/hi/pop_ups/06/rugby_union_season_ticket/img/1.jpg[/img:2260932f5b]

    Only to remember his name was Stephen Watson... my mistake :?
  4. avatar Steven Dedalus
    [quote:c78efa8cd7="blonderedhead"]I thought this thread was gunna be about this genius:

    [img:c78efa8cd7]http://news.bbc.co.uk/sol/shared/spl/hi/pop_ups/06/rugby_union_season_ticket/img/1.jpg[/img:c78efa8cd7]

    Only to remember his name was Stephen Watson... my mistake :?[/quote:c78efa8cd7]

    But lets not leave him out, shall we?

    Fair play to said Stephen.
  5. avatar T Entertainment
    He is indeed (I mean Wilson, although Winker Watson has his own, different strengths).

    Replaced my long lost copy of The Sky Moves Sideways recently and it's stood up well. Fear of a Blank Planet is strong too. My favourite remains Signify.
  6. avatar The Fires of Hell
    Everyone should check out Lunatic Soul as well - massive PT influence. Vocals sound almost identical to SW's. Fantastic album.