Discography

1989

Tarquin’s Seaweed Farm

“The Studio Side”:

  1. “Music for the Head (Here)” – 2:48
  2. “Jupiter Island” – 6:13
  3. “Nun’s Cleavage (Left)” – 2:48
  4. “Clarinet Vignette” – 1:22
  5. “Nun’s Cleavage (Right)” – 1:00
  6. “Space Transmission” – 3:05
  7. “Message from a Self-Destructing Turnip” – 0:30
  8. “Radioactive Toy” – 5:55
  9. “Towel” – 3:36
  10. “Wastecoat” – 1:12
  11. “Mute (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)” – 8:11
  12. “Music for the Head (There)” – 1:31

“The Live Side”:

  1. “No Reason to Live, No Reason to Die” – 11:20
  2. “Daughters in Excess” – 6:54
  3. “The Cross” – 8:17
  4. “Hole” – 1:34
  5. “Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape” – 10:48

Release:

Release Type: 

Label: No Man’s Land

Formats: Cassette

Artwork: Alistair Campbell

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Tarquin’s Seaweed Farm, subtitled Words from a Hessian Sack, is the first album to be released by Steven Wilson under the moniker Porcupine Tree. It was originally a compiled cassette of experimental music made by Steven Wilson for the joke band he formed with his friend Malcom Stocks. The cassette was only sent out to a few people, but was enough to give the band a bit of fame in the UK underground music scene of the time, being picked up by the underground magazine Freakbeat. It was later released under Delerium Records in 1991 in a limited edition of 300 copies (artwork from this edition pictured above). Eventually, the tracks from this and the later Porcupine Tree album The Nostalgia Factory were compiled into what are considered Porcupine Tree’s first true studio albums, On the Sunday of Life… and Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape.

1990

Love, Death & Mussolini

“The Extended Player”:

  1. “Hymn” – 1:22
  2. “Footprints” – 5:56
  3. “Linton Samuel Dawson” – 3:04
  4. “And The Swallows Dance Above The Sun” – 4:12
  5. “Queen Quotes Crowley” – 4:40

“The Extra Material”:

  1. “No Luck With Rabbits” – 0:45
  2. “Begonia Seduction Scene” – 2:40
  3. “Out” – 8:53
  4. “It Will Rain For a Million Years” – 4:07

Release:

Release Type: 

Label: No Man’s Land

Formats: Cassette

Artwork: Alistair Campbell

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The Love, Death & Mussolini E.P. was a cassette released by Steven Wilson under the Porcupine Tree moniker. It compiles a total of nine tracks of which seven were shortly after released in The Nostalgia Factory. The EP was limited to only 10 copies so it is nearly impossible to obtain. According to Steven Wilson himself, he doesn’t even have a copy of the album. Many of the lyrics on Love, Death & Mussolini were written by Alan Duffy and given to Wilson as a gift.

1991

The Nostalgia Factory

“Love, Death & Mussolini”:

  1. “Hymn” – 1:22
  2. “Footprints” – 5:56
  3. “Linton Samuel Dawson” – 3:04
  4. “And The Swallows Dance Above The Sun” – 4:12
  5. “Queen Quotes Crowley” – 4:40

“The Nostalgia Factory”:

  1. “No Luck With Rabbits” – 0:45
  2. “Begonia Seduction Scene” – 2:40
  3. “Colours Dance Angels Kiss” – 3:00
  4. “Prayer” – 1:50
  5. “The Nostalgia Factory” – 8:15

“This Long Silence”:

  1. “This Long Silence” – 6:51
  2. “Sinatra Rape Scene” – 0:39
  3. “Hokey Cokey” – 5:05
  4. “Landscare” – 3:16
  5. “Delightful Suicide” – 1:12

“It Will Rain For a Million Years”:

  1. “Nine Cats” – 3:51
  2. “Split Image” – 2:40
  3. “It Will Rain For a Million Years” – 10:50

Release:

Release Type: 

Label: Delerium Records

Formats: Cassette

Artwork: Alistair Campbell

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The Nostalgia Factory, subtitled …and other tips for amateur golfers, is the second album to be released by Steven Wilson under the name Porcupine Tree. It was the second full-length cassette produced for his ‘joke’ project with friend Malcom Stocks. The album was issued by Delerium in 1991 (despite the Porcupine Tree website stating 1990) in a limited edition of 300 copies. Like its predecessor, the tracks from The Nostalgia Factory were subsequently released in the band’s first studio album On the Sunday of Life…, and the compilation album Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape (where some tracks were renamed and/or rearranged).

1992

On The Sunday of Life… (July 1992)

 

Voyage 34

  1. “Voyage 34: Phase I” – 12:35
  2. “Voyage 34: Phase II” – 17:29

Release: November 1992

Release Type: Single

Label: Delerium Records – DELEC-EP-010

Formats: 12″ and CD

Artwork: Richard Allen

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1993

Radio Active

  1. “Synesthesia (Edit)” – 4:05
  2. “Radioactive Toy (Short Version)” – 4:10
  3. “The Joke’s On You” – 4:00
  4. “Cloud Zero” – 4:16

Release: Early 1993

Release Type: Promotional

Label: Delerium Records – DELEC-PROMO-CD1

Formats: Promol CD

Artwork: [unknown]

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Limited release of 500 copies for UK Radio Broadcast. It is unclear when in 1993 it was released, but it was likely in March or April, just prior to the release of Up The Downstair.

The short version of “Radioactive Toy” features a different guitar solo.

Up The Downstair

  1. “What You Are Listening To…” – 0:57
  2. “Synesthesia” – 5:11
  3. “Monuments Burn Into Moments” – 0:20
  4. “Always Never” – 6:58
  5. “Up The Downstair” – 9:59
  6. “Not Beautiful Anymore” – 3:26
  7. “Siren” – 0:53
  8. “Small Fish” – 2:43
  9. “Burning Sky” – 11:07
  10. “Fadeaway” – 6:15

Release: June 1993

Release Type: Studio Album

Label: Delerium Records – DELEC-CD-020

Formats: CD, CS, LP, 2CD, 2LP

Artwork: Nop & Win Machielse

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Reissue History:

  • 1997 – remastered for the first time and reissued on CD
  • 2005 – remixed with real drums and remastered and packaged with Staircase Infinities (remastered and partially remixed) as a 2CD
  • 2008 – previous version packaged on vinyl with the outtake “Phantoms” (from the Stars Die compilation) included at the end of Side C
  • 2017 – remastered yet again, included with the The Delerium Years 1991–1993 boxset, and released as a standalone 2LP with the music spread out over all four sides (unfortunately not containing Staircase Infinities)

 

For a more detailed look at Up The Downstair and the content released around this time, visit the album page.

Voyage 34: Remixes

  1. “Voyage 34: Phase III (Astralasia Dreamstate)” – 19:35
  2. “Voyage 34: Phase IV (A New Civilisation)” – 19:44

Release: November 1993

Release Type: Single

Label: Delerium Records – DELEC-EP-007

Formats: LP, CD

Artwork: Richard Allen

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1994

Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape (1994)

original

  1. Mute (8.05)
  2. Landscare (2.58)
  3. Prayer (1.38)
  4. Daughters in Excess (6.34)
  5. Delightful Suicide (1.04)
  6. Split Image (1.52)
  7. No Reason to Live, No Reason to Die (11.07)
  8. Wastecoat (1.11)
  9. Towel (3.35)
  10. Execution of the Will of the Marquis de Sade (5.07)
  11. Track 11 (2.59)
  12. Radioactive Toy (5.57)
  13. An Empty Box (3.12)
  14. The Cross/Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape (20.44)
  15. Music for the Head (1.23)

rerelease

 

Spiral Circus

  1. “Burning Sky” – 11:02
  2. “Voyage 34” – 5:32
  3. “Always Never” – 6:28
  4. “Radioactive Toy” – 9:58
  5. “Up the Downstair” – 7:15
  6. “Not Beautiful Anymore” – 8:58

Release: April 1994

Release Type: Promotional / Live Album

Label: Delerium Records – DELEC-PROMO-CASS-5

Formats: CS, LP

Artwork: [unknown] [original release] and Chris Kissadjekian [1997 re-release]

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Reissue History:

  • 1997 – reissued in February as a limited run of 500 copies on vinyl by Delerium

Originally released on cassette, “Spiral Circus” is the first Porcupine Tree live album, and compiled performances from the first 3 shows the band ever played. The cassette release was limited to 500 copies (480 had pink/white artwork while the remaining 20 had blue/pink) and the vinyl release (shown above) was also limited to 500 copies.

“Burning Sky” (first half) and “Always Never” taken from Mark Radcliffe’s BBC broadcast on 6th December 1993. “Burning Sky” (second half) and “Voyage 34” taken from the Borderline, London show on 7th December 1993. “Radioactive Toy”, “Up The Downstair” and “Not Beautiful Anymore” taken from the very first Porcupine Tree show, at The Nag’s Head, High Wycombe on 4th December 1993.

For more information on the first ever Porcupine Tree shows, check out the Setlists page.

Moonloop EP (October 1994)

Moonloop (European EP):

  1. “Stars Die” – 4:57
  2. “Moonloop” – 18:04

Stars Die (American Single):

  1. “Stars Die” – 4:57
  2. “Moonloop (Version)” – 18:04
  3. “Always Never” – 6:58

Release: October 1994 / Early 1995

Release Type: EP / Single

Label:  Delerium Records – DELEC-CDS-032 / C & S Records – CS-2024-2

Formats: CD, LP

Artwork: Mike Diver & Andy Gent [piano]

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The first release to feature the whole band. The EP was later released as the single “Stars Die” (with the bonus track “Always Never” from Up The Downstair) in America in 1995 by C & S Records.

The artwork was later reused for the Stars Die: The Delerium Years 1991–1997 (albeit with different flames and slightly shifted down).

Staircase Infinities (December 1994)

  1. “Cloud Zero” – 4:39
  2. “The Joke’s On You” – 4:09
  3. “Navigator” – 4:51
  4. “Rainy Taxi” – 6:44
  5. “Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape” – 9:24

Release: December 1994

Release Type: EP

Label: Lazy Eye – 3094

Formats: 10″, CS, CD

Artwork: Nop & Win Machielse

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This EP is a companion to Up The Downstair and contains additional music from the same recording sessions (with “Rainy Taxi” and “Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape” being recorded right after). It was originally released as a 10″ vinyl (limited to 2000 copies) by Lazy Eye Records, and cassette and CD versions quickly followed. It was later packaged alongside Up The Downstair in the 2005 2CD and 2008 2LP reissues.

While the Porcupine Tree website says Staircase Infinities was released in January 1994, this is incorrect.

1995

The Sky Moves Sideways

  1. “The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase One)” – 18:37
  2. “Dislocated Day” – 5:24
  3. “The Moon Touches Your Shoulder” – 5:40
  4. “Prepare Yourself” – 1:54
  5. “The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase Two)” – 17:04

Release: February 1995

Release Type: Single

Label: Delerium Records –

Formats: 

Artwork: 

 

Reissue History:

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1996

Waiting (May 1996)

Signify (September 1996)

1997

Insignificance

original

(Delerium cassette) deleted

50 minutes of demos, unused songs and out-takes from the “Signify” sessions. Given away free to information service subscribers during 1997-98.

SIDE A

  1. Wake as Gun 1 (3.25)
  2. Hallogallo / Signify (6.58)
  3. Waiting (6.52)
  4. Smiling Not Smiling (3.42)
  5. Wake as Gun 2 (3.48)

SIDE B

  1. Neural Rust (5.53)
  2. Sever Tomorrow (6.05)
  3. Door to the River (4.20)
  4. Insignificance (5.02)
  5. Nine Cats – acoustic version (4.05)

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Release: March 1997

Release Type: 

Label:

Formats: 

Artwork: 

Demo (1997)

 

Coma Divine

Original Tracklist:

  1. “Bornlivedieintro” – 1:23
  2. “Signify” – 5:22
  3. “Waiting (Phase One)” – 4:32
  4. “Waiting (Phase Two)” – 5:28
  5. “The Sky Moves Sideways” – 12:38
  6. “Dislocated Day” – 6:37
  7. “The Sleep of No Dreaming” – 5:18
  8. “Moonloop” – 11:40
  9. “Radioactive Toy” – 15:26
  10. “Not Beautiful Anymore” – 9:43

2004 Reissue Tracklist:

Disc One:

  1. “Bornlivedieintro” – 1:25
  2. “Signify” – 5:29
  3. “Waiting (Phase One)” – 4:26
  4. “Waiting (Phase Two)” – 5:23
  5. “The Sky Moves Sideways” – 12:40
  6. “Dislocated Day” – 6:35
  7. “The Sleep of No Dreaming” – 5:19
  8. “Moonloop” – 11:50

Disc Two:

  1. “Up The Downstair” – 7:40
  2. “The Moon Touches Your Shoulder” – 5:05
  3. “Always Never” – 5:41
  4. “Is…Not” – 6:09
  5. “Radioactive Toy” – 13:30
  6. “Not Beautiful Anymore” – 9:39

Release: October 1997

Release Type: Live Album

Label: Delerium Records – DELEC CD 067

Formats: CD, 2CD, 3LP+7″, 3LP

Artwork: John Blackford [original release] and Lasse Hoile [2004 re-release]

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Reissue History:

 

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While the album was reissued in 2004 featuring an extra 25 minutes of music, there are still other unreleased performances from the show, including full versions of “The Moon Touches Your Shoulder” and “Always Never,” both original phases of “Voyage 34,” “Dark Matter,” “Burning Sky,” “Stars Die,” “Idiot Prayer,” “The Nostalgia Factory,” the first performances of “Every Home is Wired” and an unreleased instrumental called “Cryogenics” (for more information visit the Signify page).

1998

Metanoia

Original Tracklist:

(Chromatic Double 10″ vinyl – CHR003) deleted

Limited edition of 1000 copies in gatefold sleeve – studio improvisations recorded during the “Signify” album sessions.

SIDE A

  1. Mesmer I (8.33)
  2. Mesmer II (6.03)

SIDE B

  1. Mesmer III / Coma Divine (13.18)

SIDE C

  1. Metanoia I / Intermediate Jesus (14.32)

SIDE D

  1. Metanoia II (11.03)
  2. Milan (2.25)

2001 Reissue Tracklist:

 

Release: December 1998

Release Type: Compilation

Label: Chromatic Records / Delerium Records

Formats: 10″, CD

Artwork: Frans Janssen

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Reissue History:

 

The 2001 Delerium CD featured a sticker that said “file under self-indulgent”

The reissues all feature different artwork from the original (likely having different sections from the original painting).

1999

Coma Divine II

  1. “Up The Downstair” – 7:47
  2. “The Moon Touches Your Shoulder / Always Never” – 11:09

Release: January 1999

Release Type: Promotional

Label: Delerium Records – DELEC PROMO CD 011

Formats: Promo CD

Artwork: [no artwork]

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CD comes in clear pvc cover and reads: “Given away free with a subscription to ‘Transmission’ the Porcupine Tree information service. Not for sale separately.”

The tracks were later included, along with “Is…Not”, on the 2004 re-release of Coma Divine.

Stars Die – Rare & Unreleased

SIDE A

  1. Stars Die (5.07)
  2. The Sound of No-one Listening (8.14)
  3. Colourflow In Mind (3.55)
  4. Fuse the Sky (4.33)
  5. Up the Downstair – Live in Rome (7.39)

SIDE B

  1. Wake as Gun I (3.29)
  2. Hallogallo/Signify (7.05)
  3. Smiling Not Smiling (3.42)
  4. Wake as Gun II (3.46)
  5. Door to the River (4.18)
  6. Insignificance (5.04)
  7. Nine Cats – acoustic version (4.06)

Release: February 1999

Release Type:

Label: Rock Serwis cassette – RSMC052

Formats:

Artwork: Mike Diver and Andy Gent

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Polish cassette anthology featuring one side of tracks taken from singles and a side of tracks taken from the “Insignificance” cassette.

Tracks on Side One taken from : 1 – Moonloop E.P. / 2 – Waiting CD single / 3+4 – Waiting 12 inch single / 5 – Coma Divine II E.P.

Stupid Dream

  1. “Even Less” – 7:11
  2. “Piano Lessons” – 4:21
  3. “Stupid Dream” – 0:28
  4. “Pure Narcotic” – 5:02
  5. “Slave Called Shiver” – 4:40
  6. “Don’t Hate Me” – 8:30
  7. “This Is No Rehearsal” – 3:26
  8. “Baby Dream in Cellophane” – 3:15
  9. “Stranger By The Minute” – 4:30
  10. “A Smart Kid” – 5:22
  11. “Tinto Brass” – 6:17
  12. “Stop Swimming” – 6:53

Release: March 1999

Release Type: Studio Album

Label: Snapper Music – SMACD-813

Formats: CD, 2LP, CD/DVD-A

Artwork: Robert Harding [original release] and Lasse Hoile [2006 re-release]

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Reissue History:

  • 2006 – remixed and remastered by SW on black and marbled grey (limited to 1000 copies) 2LP by Gates of Dawn (including “Ambulance Chasing” and the full version of “Even Less” on Side D)
  • 2006 – released with the remix and remaster as well as a new 5.1 mix on CD/DVD-A by Kscope (including “Ambulance Chasing” and the full version of “Even Less” in 5.1)
  • 2013 – reissued on 2LP by Kscope (without the bonus material from the 2006 2LP)
  • 2015 – reissued on CD by Kscope

Stupid Dream is the fifth studio album by Porcupine Tree. Steven Wilson said the album deals with his own personal “insecurities and feelings” and “the usual singer-songwriter stuff”, because he believed the most relatable and affecting lyrics were from a personal point of view. Stupid Dream marked an important transition for the band as Steven Wilson began to explore his interest in songwriters such as Brian Wilson and Jeff Buckley.

The album was completed in 1998 but not released until 1999 because the band were still searching for the appropriate record label.

Piano Lessons

 

Release: April 1999

Release Type: Single

Label: Snapper Music –

Formats: CD, Limited CD, 7″, music video

Artwork: 

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Stranger By The Minute (October 1999)

Pure Narcotic (November 1999)

2000

 

Voyage 34: The Complete Trip

 

Release: April 2000

Release Type: Compilation Album

Label: 

Formats:

Artwork: Richard Allen [original release] and Lasse Hoile [2004 re-release]

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Reissue History: 

 

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Four Chords That Made a Million

 

Release: April 2000

 

Lightbulb Sun

  1. “Lightbulb Sun” – 5:33
  2. “How is Your Life Today?” – 2:48
  3. “Four Chords That Made a Million” – 3:38
  4. “Shesmovedon” – 5:15
  5. “Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before it is Recycled” – 4:50
  6. “The Rest Will Flow” – 3:26
  7. “Hatesong” – 8:28
  8. “Where We Would Be” – 4:14
  9. “Russia on Ice” – 13:05
  10. “Feel So Low” – 5:16

Release: May 2000

Release Type:

Label: Snapper Music – SMACD-827

Formats: CD, 2LP, CD/DVD-A

Artwork: John Foxx

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Reissue History: 

  • 2008 – remixed and remastered by SW on black and marbled white 2LP by Tonefloat (originally on Gates of Dawn before Michael Piper’s death) (including “Disappear”, “Buying New Soul” and “Cure For Optimism” on Side D)
  • 2008 – released with the remix and remaster as well as a new 5.1 mix on CD/DVD-A by Kscope (including “Disappear”, “Buying New Soul” and “Cure For Optimism” in 5.1)
  • 2016 – reissued on CD by Kscope
  • 2017 – reissued on 2LP by Kscope

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Release: June 2000

 

The Rest Will Flow (2000)

2001

 

Recordings

  1. “Buying New Soul” – 10:24
  2. “Access Denied” – 3:35
  3. “Cure For Optimism” – 6:11
  4. “Untitled” – 8:53
  5. “Disappear” – 3:37
  6. “Ambulance Chasing” – 6:32
  7. “In Formaldehyde” – 5:19
  8. “Even Less (Full-Length Version)” – 13:55
  9. “Oceans Have No Memory” – 3:06

Release: May 2001

Release Type:

Label: Snapper Music – SMACD840

Formats: CD, 2LP

Artwork: [unknown – possibly John Foxx or Carl Glover]

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Reissue History: 

  • 2010 – reissued on CD by Kscope
  • 2011 – reissued on 2LP by Kscope
  • 2015 – reissued on CD by Kscope

Originally released as a CD (limited to 20,000 copies),

audio untouched – not remastered despite 5.1 mixes

The Delerium EP

  1. “Stars Die” – 5:05
  2. “Radioactive Toy” – 10:00
  3. “Disappear” – 3:37
  4. “Signify” – 3:27

Release: June 2001

Release Type:

Label: Ποπ + Ροκ & Delerium Records – EP-0016

Formats: CD

Artwork: John Blackford

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From the offical Porcupine Tree website:

“A CD EP given away with the June 2001 issue of Greek music magazine Ποπ + Ροκ, this was intended as a sampler from the forthcoming Stars Die: The Delerium Years 1991–1997 compilation. However, the title of the EP is erroneous since ‘Disappear’ is taken from the Kscope/Snapper release Recordings. The band had little input into the selection or tracks or artwork (which is mostly taken from the inside of the Signify CD booklet).”

Transmission IV

  1. “Moonloop” – 40:07

Release: December 2001

Release Type:

Label: Delerium Records – [no original catalogue number]

Formats: CD, LP

Artwork: [unknown but likely someone who worked on the Moonloop EP or The Sky Moves Sideways artwork/photography]

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Reissue History:

  • 2006 – remastered by SW and reissued as a CD and three variants of vinyl by Delerium Records

Originally released as a promo fan-club only release, Transmission IV is the last ever release on Delerium Records. In 2006, the release was remastered by SW and reissued on CD and three variants of vinyl. The album is highly sought after by fans, with the clear vinyl reissue (pictured above) being the rarest commercial and non-promo Porcupine Tree release ever. For more information visit the The Sky Moves Sideways page.

  • Original CD – 500 copies
  • Reissue CD – 1000 copies
  • Black LP – 500 copies
  • White LP – 500 copies
  • Clear LP – 99 copies

2002

Stars Die: The Delerium Years 1991 – 1997

“Disc A: 1991–1993”:

  1. “Radioactive Toy” – 10:10
  2. “Nine Cats” – 3:51
  3. “And The Swallows Dance Above The Sun” – 4:02
  4. “The Nostalgia Factory” – 7:33
  5. “Voyage 34: Phase I” – 12:54
  6. “Synesthesia (Extended Version)” – 7:54
  7. “Phantoms” – 3:14
  8. “Up The Downstair” – 10:09
  9. “Fadeaway” – 6:16
  10. “Rainy Taxi” – 6:52

“Disc B: 1994–1997”:

  1. “Stars Die” – 5:05
  2. “The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase One)” – 18:37
  3. “Men of Wood” – 3:35
  4. “Waiting” – 4:29
  5. “The Sound of No-One Listening” – 8:13
  6. “Colourflow in Mind” – 3:49
  7. “Fuse the Sky” – 4:33
  8. “Signify II” – 6:03
  9. “Every Home is Wired” – 5:13
  10. “Sever” – 5:33
  11. “Dark Matter” – 8:12

Release: March 2002

Release Type: Compilation

Label: Snapper Music –

Formats: 2CD

Artwork: Mike Diver and Andy Gent [piano]

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Reissue History:

 

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Blackest Eyes (2003)

The Sound of Muzak (2003)

Strip the Soul (2002)

Sampler 2002.2 (2002)

Sampler 2002.3 (2002)

In Absentia

Release: September 2002

Tracklist:

Formats:

Disappear (2002)

2003

Trains (2003)

Lava Records Pre-Cleared Songs for Film Vol. 1 (June 2003)

 

Futile (July 2003)

XM (Transmission 1.1 / 1.2) (July 2003)

Release:

Tracklist:

Formats:

Originally released in July 2003 as a limited run of 1,500 copies for the American tour (labelled as Tranmission 1.1) and later in November 2003 as a limited run of 1,000 copies for the European tour (labelled as Transmission 1.2).

2004

Warszawa

  1. “Shallow (Radio Edit)” – 3:36

Release: January 2004

Release Type: Live Album

Label: Transmission Recordings – Transmission 2.1

Formats: CD

Artwork: Lasse Hoile

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Men of Wood (2004)

2005

Shallow

  1. “Shallow (Radio Edit)” – 3:36

Release: January 2005

Release Type: Promotional Single

Label: Lava Records – 7567-93670-2

Formats: CD

Artwork: Lasse Hoile

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Lazarus

  1. “Lazarus (Radio Edit)” – 3:55
  2. “So Called Friend” – 4:48
  3. “Half-Light” – 6:20

Release: March 2005

Release Type: Promotional Single

Label: Lava Records – 7567-93675-2

Formats: CD

Artwork: Mike Bennion

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Deadwing

  1. “Deadwing” – 9:46
  2. “Shallow” – 4:16
  3. “Lazarus” – 4:18
  4. “Halo” – 4:38
  5. “Arriving Somewhere But Not Here” – 12:02
  6. “Mellotron Scratch” – 6:56
  7. “Open Car” – 3:46
  8. “Start of Something Beautiful” – 7:39
  9. “Glass Arm Shattering” – 6:13

Release: March 2005

Release Type: Studio Album

Label: Lava Records – 7567-93437-2

Formats: CD, LP, CD/DVD-V, DVD-A

Artwork: Lasse Hoile

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Reissue History:

 

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XMII (June 2005)

2006

So Called Friend / Half-Light (2006)

  1. “So Called Friend” – 4:48
  2. “Half-Light” – 6:20

Release: 

Release Type: 

Label: Lava Records –

Formats: CD

Artwork: 

 

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Rockpalast (July 2006)

Arriving Somewhere… (August 2006)

2007

Way Out of Here (2007)

Fear of a Blank Planet (2007)

Fear of a Blank Planet (April 2007) [album]

Blank Planet Recurring (2007)

Nil Recurring (September 2007)

Normal (2007)

2008

We Lost the Skyline (February 2008)

2009

Ilosaarirock (March 2009)

Time Flies

The Incident (September 2009)

2010

Anesthetize (May 2010)

Atlanta (June 2010)

2012

Octane Twisted (November 2012)

2016

The Delerium Years 1994 – 1997 (February 2016)

2017

The Delerium Years 1991 – 1993 (January 2017)

Appearances

compilations

Death of Samantha (2007)

use of ashes

feb 2000

Samples From Porcupine Tree / Strontium 90 (1997)