Aún tengo que escucharlo, pero promete. Lo de decir si es el mejor o no me lo guardaré para entonces Por lo pronto diré que me disgusta un poco la intro de Time Flies porque es demasiado clavada al Dogs de Pink Floyd
(progresión muy semejante, teclado de fondo, luego entra la voz...).
, aunque no siempre veo malo que se haga referencia a una canción de esta forma, sobre todo en una banda como Porcupine Tree que no transmite falta de creatividad. Ayer precisamente leí una entrevista donde Wilson aclara un poco porque esta semejanza:
DPRP Specials : Porcupine Tree : Interview 2008
It was, it was composed with the rest of the songs. The whole album, the whole piece was composed in the sequence you're hearing. So Time Flies was composed immediately after Yellow Windows of the Evening Train, immediately before the next piece. The reason Time Flies is different is because it's supposed to be about me, my childhood, what formed me and also what formed me as a musician. The musical reference in it relate more to the music I grew up with. So you hear a very deliberate reference to Pink Floyd for example. The first album I ever bought was Animals. There's a riff in there that's very similar, just different enough to not get sued. There are also musical clues as well as lyrical clues to me growing up and to what created me as a musician, what created me as a person. That's one of the reasons why musically it does take you into a different area perhaps to some of the rest of the record.