5 Less heavy, more substanceBoomjunkie | 17/09/2009 | See all Boomjunkie's reviews (11)Depending on where you sit on the Porcupine tree fence, this album will be their best step forward or a retreat backwards from their last 3 stunning albums. At first I was a little disappointed at The Incidents 'dreamyness' and wished for more grunting guitars, but then I remembered back to In Absentia and how good that album was. The Incident is very similarly. Lots to listen for and pull out. Lots to keep you playing this album over and over again. Not an instant hit, but grows very quickly. If you liked Steve Wilsons (Awesome!) Insurgentes solo album then imagine that mixed up with Porcupine trees usual sound and your getting there. I think this is up there with their best work! Buy it!Just to add: After 3 listens, this album is definately one of their best works!! Fantastic!!