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DELUXE 2-DISC CD & BLU-RAY EDITION OF THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED 2013 ALBUM FROM STEVEN WILSON

"this album shows Wilson to be one of modern rock's most cunning and soulful protagonists" ***** The Guardian

ALBUM OF THE YEAR at the Progressive Music Awards '13

Steven Wilson, four-time Grammy nominee, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and founder member of Porcupine Tree, released his critically acclaimed third solo album ‘The Raven Refused to Sing’ in 2013, reaching #28 in the UK charts and #3 in Germany. In 2017 he shot back into the charts with his fifth solo album ‘To the Bone’ at #3 in the UK and #2 in Germany, which built on the success of fourth solo album ‘Hand. Cannot. Erase.’, which reached #13 in the UK and #3 in Germany.

‘The Raven that Refused to Sing’ featured a stellar line-up of musicians including lead guitarist Guthrie Govan, bassist Nick Beggs, Marco Minnemann on the drums, Theo Travis playing saxophone/flute, and Adam Holzman on keyboards. It was engineered by legendary producer/engineer Alan Parsons and consists of 6 songs, 3 of which are 10-minute plus epics based on stories of the supernatural.

The CD contains the album and the Blu-ray disc offers audiophiles the chance to experience the album in its full glory with 96/24 Stereo LPCM of the album, plus 2 x 5.1 mixes of album (96/24 5.1 LPCM & DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1). The Blu-ray also features instrumental versions of the album tracks (96/24 Stereo LPCM), plus bonus track ('Drive Home' – lounge version, also 96/24 Stereo LPCM), an art gallery Art Gallery (images by Hajo Mueller), Photo Gallery (photographs by Lasse Hoile) and a studio Documentary (filmed and edited by Lasse Hoile). It is presented in digipack packaging.