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Coma Divine - Live In Rome [Expanded]

a Live release
by
Porcupine Tree

Release Year: 1997

Date Label Catalog # Comments
1997 - Delerium CD DELEC DCD080
2003 - Expanded-Reissue / Delerium CD DELEC DCD080)
Coma Divine was recorded over 3 nights at the Frontiera in Rome. The only overdubs on the album were the vocals.

The 2003 Expanded ediion (release date of 29 May 03) is a fully remastered and contains an additional disc of 6 songs - 4 of which were not part of the 1997 release.
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 5/24/2003 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 4/8/2013 9:01:00 AM by: DBSilver

1997 Single CD Release

  1. Bornlivedieintro (1:23)
  2. Signify (5:22)
  3. Waiting (phase one) (4:32)
  4. Waiting (phase two) (5:28)
  5. The sky moves sideways (12:38)
  6. Dislocated day (6:37)
  7. The sleep of no dreaming (5:18)
  8. Moonloop (11:40)
  9. Radioactive toy (15:26)
  10. Not beautiful anymore (9:43)

2003 Expanded 2-Disc Set

  • CD-1
  1. Bornlivedieintro7 (1.25)
  2. Signify (5.29)
  3. Waiting Phase One (4.26)
  4. Waiting Phase Two (5.23)
  5. The Sky Moves Sideways (12.40)
  6. Dislocated Day (6.35)
  7. The Sleep of No Dreaming (5.19)
  8. Moonloop (11.50)
  • CD-2
  1. Up the Downstair (7.40)
  2. The Moon Touches Your Shoulder (5.05)
  3. Always Never (5.41)
  4. Is...Not (6.09)
  5. Radioactive Toy (15.26)
  6. Not Beautiful Anymore (9.43)
Steven Wilson
Guitar, Vocals
Richard Barbieri
Keyboards,Electronics
Colin Edwin
Bass
Chris Maitland
Drums, Backing Vocals

Reviewed by Marc on 14 Nov 2002


[This Review applies to the Single CD (1997) Release]
For me, COMA DIVINE is the exclamation point of Porcupine Tree's first life, that is before they recorded the more accessible (and great) "Stupid Dream". In this reviewer's opinion COMA DIVINE is one of the best live recordings ever. The sound is great, the performance flawless and the songs come out more powerfull then in the original studio recordings. If you learned of Porcupine Tree's existence only with their last three albums, COMA DIVINE is the best place to start to check out what they did before that.

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