Steven Wilson: Don't Structure Songs Like This 



Steven Wilson: Don't Structure Songs Like This


"One of the hallmarks of so-called progressive rock is that it doesn't conform to the conventional way that tracks normally would unfold. A piece of progressive rock can go in very unpredictable directions, in terms of song structure. It doesn't just have to be: verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus." –Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree)



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