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The Nostaglia Factory

Artist: Porcupine Tree

Year: 1991
Country: United Kingdom
Catalog No: Delirium Records; DELC0003
Format: Tape
  Love, Death And Mussolini
A1 Hymn 1:22
A2 Footprints 5:56
A3 Linton Samuel Dawson 3:04
A4 And The Swallows Dance Above The Sun 4:12
A5 Queen Quotes Crowley 4:40
  The Nostalgia Factory
A6 No Luck With Rabbits 0:47
A7 Begonia Seduction Scene 2:34
A8 Colours Dance Angels Kiss 3:00
A9 Prayer 1:50
A10 The Nostalgia Factory 8:15
  This Long Silence
B1 This Long Silence 6:51
B2 Sinatra Rape Scene 0:39
B3 Hokey Cokey 5:05
B4 Landscare 3:16
B5 Delightful Suicide 1:12
  It Will Rain For A Million Years
B6 Nine Cats 3:51
B7 Split Image 1:58
B8 It Will Rain For A Million Years 10:50
Companies, etc.
  • Copyright (c) – No Man's Land (3)
  • Copyright (c) – Steven Wilson
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Delerium Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Freakbeat Magazine
  • Produced At – No Man's Land (3)
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Tambura, Flute, Vocals [Singing], Keyboards, Tape, Programmed By – The Porcupine Tree
  • Artwork – Alistair Campbell
  • Conductor, Producer – JC Camillioni
  • Drums – The Expanding Flan
  • Electric Guitar, Vocals [Vocalising] – Solomon St Jemain*
  • Engineer – Sebastian Tweetle-Blampton III*
  • Liner Notes – Andrew Paughley
  • Lyrics By [Verse Butcher] – Alan Imaginary Duffy*
  • Technician [Prepared Tapes], Piano – Michael France
  • Voice [Laughter] – Alix Straighter
Subtitled: ...And Other Tips For Amateur Golfers

About 300 copies made. Originals can be distinguished from bootleg copies by the original delerium stamp and signature on each copy.

Issued with 8-page A5-sized booklet, with mostly imaginary credits.

The whole shebang was conducted and produced by JC Camillioni at No Man's Land on 16 track and at Periscope Station on 8 track. Some of the music is taken from unproduced 4 track demos which were retouched at No Man's Land.
Engineer for the sessions was Sebastian Tweetle-Blampton III.
The Nostalgia Factory was recorded between summer 89 – winter 91.

Most of these tracks appeared either on the album "On the Sunday of Life..." or the limited edition CD "Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape". "Colours Dance Angels Kiss" and "Hokey Cokey" were later retitled "Track 11" and "Execution of the Will of the Marquis de Sade" respectively. "The Nostalgia Factory" is an earlier version to that on "On the Sunday of Life..." and "Queen Quotes Crowley" and "This Long Silence" are both about a minute longer than the versions later released on CD. An edit of the track "Sinatra Rape Scene" appears on "Up the Downstair" as "Monuments Burn into Moments".