This review handles Porcupine Tree's album Voyage 34 which is made by Steven Wilson and some other music makers. This album is a collectio of two E.Ps and later released in one CD. Voyage supposed to be just a song in porcupine Tree's newest album but the recording company wanted Voyage to be a single. So Steven Wilson made some extra minutes to Voyage and cut it to 4 sections. He named it to Voyage 34 and the new album was finished. The album's name and main theme born very weird way. Wilson's friend in recording company gave he a tape of some 60's LSD propaganda albums. Some were for, some against. He made a marvelous finding, a fake documentary recording of Brian's 34th LSD trip. Voyage 34 is full of some other LSD recordings which make it really interesting album. The album is very Pink Floyd influenced but not too much. Some can even say, that the guitar effect which appears in album is copied from Pink Floyd. All those poeple should know, that it was not Pink Floyd who used that effect first. So Steven did not copy it from anyone. Voyage 34 carries a lot of guitar solos and computer sounds, narration and speech including Brian's stories of LSD experiments. It sounds even unbelievable, that only on man can do so much music with computer and other instruments, like all kind of guitar and drums. Perhaps drums are electric. Whole album is instrumental so it does not have any singing. Voyage 34 is very difficult music and it is not for people who listens pop music like Britney Spears and U2. It is highly psychedelic and progressive. Some can even say, that it is ambient music. It is for sure, but as it is progressive and antipop style, there is lots of other types of music, even little techno. If you really pay attention to concentration you will find almost new world, that you even did not know exist. If you pick right place, switch lights off, turn music volume up and just listen, your senses of time and place are gone. You wake up in the middle of the album and wonder what is the time. Then the music takes turn and the trip continues. If you ask me, I would say that Porcupine Tree's album Voyage 34 is almost like legal LSD trip. I am not sure was it supposed to be or not but it is. A drug. I recommend it to all who likes Pink Floyd, King Crimson, The Orb or just likes new adventures.