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2022 Transmission label reissue of Porcupine Tree’s The Sky Moves Sideways.
"A dreamy, tranquil and heavily atmospheric effort." - Record Collector
The third studio album by Porcupine Tree, first released in February 1995, The Sky Moves Sideways was the the first album on which Porcupine Tree was a band rather than a pseudonym for Steven Wilson.
Regarded by many fans as one of the band's finest releases and a cornerstone of any PT collection, the album was recorded partly as a Steven Wilson solo project and partly as a full band album, The Sky Moves Sideways is a diverse experimental rock release spanning space rock and progressive rock styles with long guitar led, instrumental sections.
Double vinyl in gatefold sleeve using Steven Wilson’s sonically superb 2017 remasters first heard in the Delerium Years box set.
Disc 1 is the original album as conceived for vinyl. Disc 2 includes an alternative version of the title track containing music that was eventually cut from the original album version, as well as different lyrics. It also contains EP tracks 'Stars Die' and 'Moonloop' (the edit presented here is a hybrid which contains all of the music from all of the previous versions and runs to 22 minutes).
A1. The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase One)
B1. Stars Die
B2. Dislocated Day
B3. The Moon Touches Your Shoulder
B4. Prepare Yourself
C1. The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase Two)