In stock NOW: Porcupine Tree are going Up the Downstair on 140gram Vinyl..

Up The Downstair

2021 UK 10-track double album 2-LP pressed on 140 Gram Black Vinyl.

Produced, performed and mixed by Steven Wilson, this set features the 2016 remaster and features real drums by Gavin Harrison!

The gatefold picture sleeve sits within a hype stickered re-sealable sleeve.

A1. What You Are Listening To 0:57
A2. Synesthesia 5:13
A3. Monuments Burn Into Moments 0:26
A4. Always Never 7:13
B1. Up the Downstair 10:13
C1. Not Beautiful Anymore 3:26
C2. Siren 0:53
C3. Small Fish 2:49
D1. Burning Sky 11:42
D2. Fadeaway 6:19

also available:

Octane Twisted

2021 UK/EU limited edition 4-LP box set featuring 21-tracks pressed over seven sides of vinyl, with a new etching from long term designer Carl Glover on the eighth side.

Originally released on CD in 2012, this is the first time the album has been available on vinyl, and is exclusive to independent record stores.

The picture box remains factory sealed within its original card shipping carton.

 

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  • Porcupine Tree - The Delerium Years 1991-1997 - Sealed - UK - cd album box set - £129.99, $159.89, €145.59 (New Item) (arrived 18-Dec-2022 10:10)
    on February 3, 2023 at 4:21 pm

    PORCUPINE TREE The Delerium Years 1991-1997 (Sealed 2020 UK/EU Deluxe Edition THIRTEEN CD boxset which chronicles the evolution of Porcupine Tree, bringing together all their recordings issued by the Delerium label between 1992-97. Amongst the thirteen discs are remastered editions of the five full length albums [including two disc editions of The Sky Moves Sideways & Coma Divine] as well as 'Voyage 34: The Complete Trip', 'The Staircase Infinities' mini-album & 'Metanoia';two collections which were originally created for subscribers to the PT information service Transmission plus the newly compiled 9-track disc entitled 'The Sound Of No One Listening' which rounds up stray single & compilation tracks. The discs are lavishly housed in eleven fold-out card sleeves within a deluxe 13" x 13" x 2" heavyweight box designed by long-term collaborator Carl Glover, complete with a high quality 140-page hardback book in which the period is visually documented with rare photographs, other archive material & biographical notes by Stephen Humphries, expanded to include replicas of the full width original artwork for 'Signify' & an October 1995 tour poster! This immense collector's set remains factory sealed from new in the original hype stickered shrinkwrap, unopened & unplayed PTNK121CBX)

  • Porcupine Tree - The Delerium Years 1991-1997 - Boxset - UK - box set - £129.99, $159.89, €145.59 (Back In Stock) (arrived 09-Dec-2022 10:27)
    on February 3, 2023 at 4:21 pm

    PORCUPINE TREE The Delerium Years 1991-1997 (2020 UK/EU Deluxe Edition THIRTEEN CD boxset which chronicles the evolution of Porcupine Tree, bringing together all of their recordings issued by the Delerium label between 1992-97. Amongst the thirteen discs are remastered editions of the five full length albums [including two disc editions of The Sky Moves Sideways & Coma Divine] as well as 'Voyage 34: The Complete Trip', 'The Staircase Infinities' mini-album and 'Metanoia'; two collections which were originally created for subscribers to the PT information service Transmission plus the newly compiled 9-track disc entitled 'The Sound Of No One Listening' which rounds up stray single and compilation tracks. The discs are nestled within eleven fold-out card sleeves and come housed within the 13" x 13" x 2" heavyweight lift-off lid box [designed by long-term collaborator Carl Glover] which shows minimal shelfwear but comes complete with the 140-page hard book in which the period is visually documented with rare photographs, other archive material and biographical liner notes by Stephen Humphries plus replicas of the full width original artwork for 'Signify' and an October 1995 tour poster!)

  • Porcupine Tree - Closure/Continuation - Silver Vinyl - Sealed - UK - 2-LP vinyl set - £34.99, $43.04, €39.19 (New Item) (arrived 12-Nov-2022 12:19)
    on February 3, 2023 at 4:21 pm

    PORCUPINE TREE Closure/Continuation (2022 UK/EU exclusive limited edition 7-track double album 2-LP pressed on Silver Vinyl - one of the UK's most forward-thinking, genre-defying rock bands return with their first new music in twelve years. Housed inside a wide-spine picture sleeve with hype sticker, factory sealed)

  • Porcupine Tree - In Absentia - Black Vinyl - Opened shrink - Dutch - 2-LP vinyl set - £59.99, $73.79, €67.19 (New Item) (arrived 20-Oct-2022 08:06)
    on February 3, 2023 at 4:21 pm

    PORCUPINE TREE In Absentia (2010 Dutch issue of the 2003 13-track double LP pressed on 180gram Heavyweight Black Vinyl, their seventh studio album originally released in 2002 and the first to feature drummer Gavin Harrison, includes the bonus recording Chloroform, housed matt gatefold picture sleeve with picture inners printed with lyrics. This copy remains in its opened shrinkwrap and in near mint conditition TF102)

  • Porcupine Tree - In Absentia - 180gram White Vinyl - Sealed - UK - 2-LP vinyl set - £85.00, $104.55, €95.20 (New Item) (arrived 20-Oct-2022 08:00)
    on February 3, 2023 at 4:21 pm

    PORCUPINE TREE In Absentia (2018 UK limited edition 12-track remastered double LP edition of their breakthrough 2002 album released on Kscope for the first time pressed on 180gram White Vinyl, including the singles Trains, The Sound OfMuzak and Blackest Eyes. Both discs are in BRAND NEW condition, housed in a gatefold picture sleeve which remains unopened in its resealable custom-stickered bag KSCOPE981)

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