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Stars Die

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Disc 1 of 2
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Radioactive Toy
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Nine Cats
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And the Swallows Dance Above the Sun
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Nostalgia Factory
7:34
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Voyage 34 (phase one 1998 mix)
12:55  
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Synesthesia (8 minute version)
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Phantoms
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Up the Downstair (2001 remix)
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Fadeaway (2001 remix)
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Rainy Taxi
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Disc 2 of 2
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Stars Die
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The Sky Moves Sideways (phase one)
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Men of Wood
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Waiting
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The Sound of No-one Listening (2000 mix)
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Colourflow in Mind
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Fuse the Sky
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Signify II
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Every Home is Wired
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Sever
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Dark Matter
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 146:25

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U.K. art rock outfit Porcupine Tree devotes an entire box set to their early- to mid-’90s downtempo/prog rock period. Stars Die: The Delerium Years ’91-97, narrows its focus to the group’s psychedelic, pre-ambient Pink Floyd era that relied heavily on guitarist/founder Steve Wilson’s more pop-oriented — but still epic — compositions. The two discs pack 21 assorted rarities, previously unreleased tracks, and new mixes into an elegant box featuring a deluxe 40-page booklet that’s worth the price of the collection itself. Listeners looking for an entry point into this Porcupine Tree period would do well giving this anthology a shot, while fans of acts like Ozric Tentacles, Tangerine Dream, and Flying Saucer Attack, who have remained in the dark about the group, will likely find them to be a new and wonderful addiction. – James Christopher Monger

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