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    1. Akinris

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      Radioactive Toy (Nag's Head 4/12/93) 6. Up the Downstair (Nag's Head 4/12/93) 7. Not Beautiful Anymore (Nag's Head 4/12/93) An almost complete recording of the first ever live performance of Porcupine Tree. After the newly assembled band line-up had rehearsed for one week, they played 4 times in quick succession.
    2. Babar

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      The title "Up The Downstair" actually is a line in the song "Voyage 34". Steven Wilson has said that "Up The Downstair" is really the first "proper" PORCUPINE TREE album as "On The Sunday Of Life " was really a collection of the best songs from his earlier cassette days from "Up The Downstair" opens with the short intro track.
    3. Tojabei

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      Label: Rock-Serwis - RSMC • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Poland • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock Porcupine Tree - Up The Downstair (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore4/5(1).
    4. Jull

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      The 7th studio album by Porcupine Tree, first released on 24 September , will soon be available in a deluxe edition. Follow our Instagram for details and updates.
    5. Vudorr

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      Up the Downstair () by Porcupine Tree. Labels: Delerium Records. Genres: Progressive Metal, Progressive Rock. Songs: What You Are Listening To., Synesthesia, Monuments Burn Into Moments, Always Never, Up The Downstair, Not Beautiful Anymore.. Members: Steven Wilson, Colin Edwin, Richard Barbieri, Suzanne J. Barbieri, Gavin Harrison, Alan Duffy.
    6. Tojazahn

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      Up the Downstair is the second studio album by Porcupine Tree, first released in May It was originally intended to be a double album set including the song “Voyage 34”, which was instead released as a single in , and other material that ended up on the Staircase Infinities EP ().
    7. Gurisar

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      On the Sunday of Life is the debut album of English progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, first released in May It compiles tracks that Steven Wilson produced and recorded for two cassette-only releases, Tarquin's Seaweed Farm () and The Nostalgia Factory (). The rest of the music from these tapes was released three years later in the compilation album Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape.
    8. Arashizahn

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      May 15,  · The albums you’ve just checked out cover the time period from –, when Porcupine Tree was a completely band-oriented project (before this time, Porcupine Tree was a solo vehicle for Steven Wilson). Okay, now it’s time to delve into the more psychedelic back catalogue.
    9. Taugis

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      Porcupine Tree, led by visionary musician Steven Wilson, released Up The Downstair in It was an album that took British psychedelic and progressive rock into the modern era. Mid-price CD in digipak with 8 page booklet featuring Steven Wilson's Delerium Years remaster and real drums.

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