Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Stars Die (Reis) (Jewl)
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
THE BEST OF PORCUPINE TREE'S EARLY YEARS REMASTERED - NOW ON KSCOPE The past few years have seen Porcupine Tree make the leap to from cult act to genuine international stars. Their last album has sold over a quarter of ... more »
THE BEST OF PORCUPINE TREE'S EARLY YEARS REMASTERED - NOW ON KSCOPE The past few years have seen Porcupine Tree make the leap to from cult act to genuine international stars. Their last album has sold over a quarter of a million copies worldwide and topped numerous album of the year polls. Stars Die offers a comprehensive double CD retrospective of the band's early material. Re-mastered and recompiled by Steven Wilson, this overview of the band's years on Delerium substitutes some of the original masters with the new masters / versions that subsequently appeared across the rest of the acclaimed Snapper series of PT reissues. 'an enthralling collection that will appeal to the converted as well as providing an ideal introduction to the band.' * * * * Classic Rock
Buy this while you still can!
Darren McClung | Kansas City, MO | 07/03/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"For those who are just discovering this phenomenal band, you are in for quite a treat. Stars Die is the perfect place to start if you have heard Deadwing or In Absentia, and want to hear more of the band's earlier works. Not only that, but the set works quite well as an album itself. I own all of the early works, but still listen to my Stars Die set quite a bit, as I like the way the tracks flow from one to another.
Most importantly though, it was recently announced on the band's website that this version of the Stars Die box set is going out of print soon. Snapper UK will be replacing it with a new digipack version. The new digipack will include the same audio material. (with the exception of Up the Downstair and Fadeaway, which will be replaced with the new versions found on the 2004 remaster of Up the Downstair) However, the new version will not include the lengthy history of the band found in the booklet in this version. If you are in any way interested, I highly recommend that you purchase this version now."
Porcupine is Porcupine Tree!!! Excellent
Jose Guevara | Venezuela | 02/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There is no waste. You can buy with closed eyes. Amazing.
Steven Wilson is a genius, time will tell."