A limited edition (of one) boxset for £10,000. A can of Antarctic air for £500. A toilet roll for £200. A hole punch for £50. An album of electronic rock (or should that be rocktronica?) with 2021 written all over it. Enter the mighty strange world of studio perfectionist and cult phenomenon Steven Wilson 

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