Please forward this error screen to 208. Insurgentes is the title of the first full-length solo album released by British musician and record producer Steven Wilson, known for being the founder and frontman of progressive rock band Porcupine Tree. 8 August, pdf online download insurgent free in Wilson’s webpage.
The special edition quickly sold out. Since 22 October, “Get All You Deserve” can be found in an album containing sampler tracks from side projects by all Porcupine Tree members, titled Porcupine Tree – Solo Sampler 2008. The woman appearing in the trailer is Susana Moyaho, who along with Lasse Hoile and Carl Glover captured the photographs for the booklet of the album. She also provided spoken words to the tracks “Only Child” and “Port Rubicon”.
The track “Veneno Para Las Hadas” was named after a 1984 Mexican horror film of the same name directed by Carlos Enrique Taboada. DVD-A edition includes the album itself, with a second CD consisting of songs recorded during the same sessions but excluded from the final track list. 1 Surround Sound mix of the album, 24-bit stereo resolution, a trailer for the album that had been posted online, and an 18-minute clip from the Lasse Hoile film Insurgentes. Retail edition The album has been available as a digital download since 16 February 2009.
MP3 format to listen while waiting for the physical copy to arrive. The Kscope retail edition of the album was physically released on 24 February 2009 in the US, 7 March in Australia and 9 March in the UK. It contains the original CD and DVD-A packaged in a hardback book. Japanese edition The album saw a Japanese release on 4 February 2009, containing both CDs from the special edition and a 40-page booklet in a hard cardboard case, with no DVD.
Limited vinyl edition Kscope issued a double LP vinyl edition, shipped on 30 March 2009, which contains the regular album plus all bonus tracks of the deluxe edition on Side D, with the exception of “The 78”. It was limited to 2000 copies and only available from the Burning Shed online store. A single for the song “Harmony Korine” was released on 23 February, in a choice of black, white, or blood red coloured 7-inch vinyl, each limited to 1000 copies. From 31 January 2009, a renewed Insurgentes microsite created by Kscope replaced the old one, thought to offer information about the retail edition of the album, featuring more digital and interactive content than the previous site, including a competition to remix the track “Abandoner”. As of 15 May 2009, an EP titled NSRGNTS RMXS was available to order worldwide in both CD and Vinyl formats, the last one limited to 1000 copies. It comprises songs from the album mixed by David A. Wilson chose eight of all the resulting mixes of “Abandoner”, then people could vote through the Insurgentes website among those versions, and the resulting winner track was included in the digital download and CD versions of the EP.
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