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Porcupine Tree - Stars Die: The Delerium Years 1991 - 1997 CD (album) cover


Porcupine Tree


Heavy Prog

4.19 | 293 ratings

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4 stars After hearing 'Deadwing', and one or two other highlights from their career, I decided to get an instant PT record collection by getting 'Stars Die'. And, even though I say so myself, I played a blinder!

From the mesmeric and ambient sounds from 'Up the Downstair' and 'Voyage 34', to the much harder, crisper 'Sever' and 'Men of Wood', this compilation runs the whole PT universe up to '97, and, because it is presented chronologically, you can hear the band (SW!) evolving and growing. PT are on the brink of greatness. This album shows you how they started down that road.

Dobbin | 4/5 |


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