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Porcupine Tree - the Delerium Records Catalogue

Between 1991 and 1997 Porcupine Tree released seven albums on Delerium Records. The Delerium editions of these albums are now out of print (many are now highly collectable), however the entire catalogue has been licensed to Snapper Music who have released it in expanded form with improved booklets and packaging etc. These editions plus many other Porcupine Tree connected items such as No-Man, Blackfield, Bass Communion can be found at www.freakemporium.com.

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Voyage 34 - The Complete Trip - Delec CD 074

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Finally available again, all four phases of Voyage 34 are combined on this disc, to create one long mind-blowing album. The music has been re-recorded, and the CD package has been re-vamped, with 16 pages of full colour psychedelic artwork, documenting Brians rocky journey...





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Coma Divine - Delec CD 067

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A truly mind-blowing CD of the Porcupine Tree's live shows, this was recorded over three nights in March 1997 at Rome's Frontiera. If you've never managed to see the band live (AND WHY NOT?) this is your chance to see why they have rapidly become one of the most popular live draws on the Continent of Europe.





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Signify- Delec CD 045

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A future classic, this the 'Trees fourth album is a heaven sent amalgam of tunes that will dazzle and amaze. Instrumental soundscapes, sumptuous melodies and sharp incisive lyrics wrapped in a unique vision - trance / dance rhythms combined with a forward-moving rock edge.

FEEDBACK: "It is a wonderful album which can only build on their previous success. You will be hearing a lot about these guys in the next few months."






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Waiting - Delec CD 049 / Delec EP 049

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Porcupine Tree defy the night of the long knives and escape into the dawn with this, their first single to be composed as a band unit. Melodic, acoustic almost pop bliss melts into experimental rock at it's most sharpest. Harmonies and haunting lyrics are wrapped around a gripping guitar based web that weaves the stereo spectrum into candy floss for the ears whilst strangling any underhand attempt at classification.

DELIVERANCE:"Achingly beautiful, this three-track EP is twenty minutes of sheer delight...."


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The Sky Moves Sideways - Delec CD 028

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Excitingly brave and beautifully different, Porcupine Tree's third album explores a surreal and haunting aural landscape...

METAL HAMMER: "It's the fact that Porcupine Tree have taken on board the progressive inclinations of the rave scene and built them into a rock context that suggests they are truly progressive."








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Moonloop EP - Delec CD 032 / Delec EP 032

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Combines the breathtaking "Stars Die" with an experimental blend of the ambient and progressive, culminating in a fierce, crazed and proudly progressive piece of moonrock.

AUDION: "An impeccable release of superb trippy space rock."
NME: "Should be played after hot sex."


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Up The Downstair - Delec CD 020

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Their widely acclaimed second masterpiece, inventive, spacey, mesmerising and powerfully enthralling.

MELODY MAKER: "Truly a psychedelic masterpiece and one of the albums of the year."
NME: "Deadly seducing stuff."
RCD: "A 45 minute ambient masterpiece"







Voyage 34 (remix) - Delec CD 007

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Featuring a remix by Astralasia and Richard Barbieri/Steven Wilson, the voyage continues into the twilight zone of your dream space.

ORGAN: "Going where No Man has gone before... spaced and tranced."
NME: "This classic chill-out choon is spun into a dreamier, deeper and trippier voyage".


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Voyage 34 - Delec CD 010

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A post-rave space wave to the dark side of the moon. A 30 min 4 second journey that'll change your life.

THE ORGAN: "The most relaxing piece of music I've heard for some time. You could say they've out orbed The Orb."
ORACLE (CHANNEL 4): "Simply the most remarkable single I've heard in some time."


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On The Sunday Of Life - Delec CD 008

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At last, the re-issue of the Porcupine Tree's long-deleted classic first album. Includes such favourites as "Radioactive Toy" and "The Nostalgia Factory." Remastered, with improved artwork. If you missed out first time around make sure you don't this time!

MELODY MAKER: "Skimming out there on the cusp of eye-watering greatness."
ROCKERILLA - "An amazing debut, lovingly linked to the past, yet bravely launched in the space of music to come."









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