Get All You Deserve is a live album and video by Porcupine Tree leader Steven Wilson as a solo artist.
It was recorded at the Teatro Metropólitan in Mexico City on 13 April 2012. It comes in multiple formats.
Songs On Steven Wilson Get All You Deserve
On the DVD
No Twilight Within the Courts of the Sun (originally from the album Insurgentes)
Index (Grace for Drowning)
Deform to Form a Star (Grace for Drowning)
Sectarian (Grace for Drowning)
Postcard (Grace for Drowning)
Remainder the Black Dog (Grace for Drowning)
Harmony Korine (Insurgentes)
Like Dust I Have Cleared From My Eye (Grace for Drowning)
Luminol (The Raven That Refused To Sing)
Veneno Para Las Hadas (Insurgentes)
No Part of Me (Grace for Drowning)
Raider II (Grace for Drowning)
Get All You Deserve (Insurgentes)
The CD doesn’t have the intro and outro.
Playing on this album are:
Steven Wilson — vocals, guitar, keyboards
Niko Tsonev — guitar
Theo Travis — saxophone, flute, clarinet, keyboards
Adam Holzman — keyboards
Nick Beggs — bass guitar, stick, backing vocals
Marco Minnemann — drums
Buying Get All You Deserve
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What do you think about this live album?
Do you think it is the best by Steven Wilson or Porcupine Tree?
What Are The Best Live Albums Of All Time?
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Because there are so many great progressive rock live albums I have split the poll into two and you may find some of your favourites in the second division. Albums will be promoted when they get enough votes.Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.
I have also added in a specialised best modern prog live albums poll because the ’70s bands tend to dominate the main prog poll and I think there’s plenty to be appreciated in the newer bands once you’re prepared to dip your toes.