Rockpalast (album)

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For the Johnny Winter album, see Rockpalast: Blues Rock Legends Vol. 3.
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Live album by Porcupine Tree
Released July, 2006
Recorded November 19th, 2005 at Live Music Hall, Köln, Germany
Genre Progressive rock, progressive metal
Length 94:40
Label Transmission
Porcupine Tree chronology
Nil Recurring

Rockpalast is a live album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, named after the eponymous music festival it was recorded at on 19 November 2005 (see 2005 in music) at the Live Music Hall in Köln, Germany. It was also filmed for a Rockpalast TV special, but not all songs made the broadcast. It is only available to download on the band's official website, and cannot be purchased in stores. The performance relies almost entirely on Deadwing and In Absentia material, with only one older song making the set list. The performances of "Futile" and "Radioactive Toy" were later included as bonus material on the Arriving Somewhere... DVD.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Intro"   2:45
2. "Open Car" (from Deadwing) Steven Wilson 4:45
3. "Blackest Eyes" (from In Absentia) Wilson 5:37
4. "Lazarus" (from Deadwing) Wilson 4:17
5. "Futile" (B-Side from In Absentia) Gavin Harrison, Wilson 6:29
6. "Mellotron Scratch" (from Deadwing) Wilson 7:23
7. "Mother and Child Divided" (B-Side from Deadwing) Harrison, Wilson 5:23
8. ".3" (from In Absentia) Wilson 6:22
9. "So Called Friend" (B-Side from Deadwing) Richard Barbieri, Colin Edwin, Harrison, Wilson 5:13
Disc two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Arriving Somewhere But Not Here" (from Deadwing) Wilson 12:46
2. "The Sound of Muzak" (from In Absentia) Wilson 5:11
3. "Start of Something Beautiful" (from Deadwing) Harrison, Wilson 7:27
4. "Halo" (from Deadwing) Barbieri, Edwin, Harrison, Wilson 8:36
5. "Radioactive Toy" (from On the Sunday of Life) Wilson 7:48
6. "Trains" (from In Absentia) Wilson 7:18