Drawing The Line

Album: The Incident (2009)
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  • This is a track from British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree's tenth studio album, The Incident.
  • Drummer Gavin Harrison told examiner.com about this song written by frontman Steven Wilson. Said Harrison: "Steve wrote that piece and then presented it to all of us individually. He had a sort of guide drum track on it, so I stripped that away and tried to imagine what I thought would best thing I could do with it. I think that is one of the most interesting songs on the album. In fact, I think that and "Time Flies" are the only two real 'songs' on The Incident that could be taken out and listened to independently… if you had to. If you had to make a single, I would think you could make singles out of either one of them."


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