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Stars Die: The Delerium Years (disc 2)
Porcupine Tree

The Sound of No-One Listening (8:13)

Despite the driving power of this instrumental, it was cut from the original version of Signify because the band considered it to be closer to the ethos of The Sky Moves Sideways. It found a home as a B-side on the Waiting CD single. The version on Stars Die: The Delerium Years 1991-1997 and the repressed Signify-vinyl is a new 2001 mix by Steven, with better sound balance.

Steven Wilson - guitars, keyboards; Richard…

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  • One of their finest pieces!
  • The wiki page is a big tohuvabohu (baloney) above. This track contains the "Signify" album LP vinyl version. So it was cut from the Signify CD version.
  • Great song. I really like the title!
  • The sky moves sideways part 3
  • I love it, one of their best instrumentals
  • First time for me but great stuff!
  • Yes, very gilmouresque guitar work.
  • Guitarplay remembers me of Pink Floyd sometimes. All in all another great track by one of the greatest bands of this time.

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