|1||Way Out Of Here (Edit)||4:18|
|2||Way Out Of Here (Album Version)||7:37|
|none||Porcupine Tree|| Way Out Of Here (CDr, Single, Copy Prot., Promo)||Roadrunner Records||none||UK||2007|
- Backing Vocals – John Wesley
- Bass – Colin Edwin
- Drums – Gavin Harrison
- Keyboards, Synthesizer – Richard Barbieri
- Music By – Steven Wilson
- Producer, Arranged By – Porcupine Tree
- Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Mixed By, Mastered By, Lyrics By – Steven Wilson
Made in Germany.
- Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A799411-01
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L571
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 9712
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Label Code: LC 09231
- Licensed From – Porcupine Tree Ltd.
- Licensed To – The All Blacks B.V.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Porcupine Tree Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Porcupine Tree Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production – A799411
Way out of Here. Porcupine Tree. Way Out of Here is a song by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, and the fifth track from their ninth studio album, Fear of a Blank Planet. It is remarkable for being the only full-band composition of the record. A promo two-track single was released by Roadrunner Records intended for radio airplay. Way Out Of Here is the fifth song on Porcupine Trees ninth studio album Fear of a Blank Planet. The video is dedicated to Arielle Daniel, a girl who was killed by a train in November 12, 2005, at the age of seventeen, together with a friend of her, Heather Bates, who was fourteen years old. Arielle was a big Porcupine Tree fan who founded the band's MySpace Group. Porcupine Tree was a British rock band formed in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom in 1987. During the course of the band's history, it has at times incorporated psychedelic rock, alternative, ambient, electronic, and, most recently, metal and post-rock into its unique style of progressive rock. Текст песни: Out at the train tracks I dream of escape But a song comes onto my iPod And I realize its getting late I cant take the staring and the sympathy. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. by Porcupine Tree. Album: Fear of a Blank Planet 2007. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Porcupine Tree lead singer Steven Wilson described it in his Songfacts interview as a song about escape in all its myriad forms, both negative and positive, adding, Obviously, the most negative form being suicide. An inspiration for this song was the story of two Wisconsin girls who apparently killed themselves in a suicide pact. Lasse Hoile, an artist who was a frequent Porcupine Tree collaborator, made a video for this song depicting Arielle Daniel amongst the train tracks. Porcupine Tree has 15,749 members. At first it was a group of 15 international friends who loved PT. Now it is bigger than it was supposed to be. Porcupine Tree appearing on Mark Radcliffe's BBC Radio One show was absolutely imperative to the band reaching a larger audience and receiving the popularity. You choose the Greatest Album of the 2010s. 512 Longplayer challenge each other, twelve every day - and only the winner will make it into the next round. Nom du groupe Porcupine Tree. Nom de l'album Way Out of Here. Type Single. Date de parution 2007. Labels Atlantic Records. Style MusicalRock Progressif. Membres possèdant cet album1. Way Out of Here Album Version. Acheter cet album. 1,29 mp3. 1,29 1,29 buy buy 11,71. En savoir plus. Way out Way out of here Fade out Fade out, Vanish. I'll try to forget you And I know that I will In a thousand years or maybe a week I'll burn all your pictures, cut out your face And the shutters are down and the curtains are closed And I've covered my tracks Disposed of the car and I'll try to forget even your name And the way. that you look when you're sleeping Dreaming of this. More on Genius. About Way Out of Here. Way Out of Here. This song is by Porcupine Tree, features Robert Fripp and appears on the album Fear of a Blank Planet 2007. Out at the train tracks I dream of escapeBut a song comes onto my ipodAnd I realise it's getting late. I can't take the staring and the sympathyAnd I don't like the questions:How do you feelHow's it going in schoolDo you wanna talk about it. Way outWay out of hereFade outFade out, vanish