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  • Performer: Porcupine Tree
  • Title: Love, Death & Mussolini
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: ASF AUD RA DTS AA VQF FLAC
  • Released: 1990
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
  • MP3 album: 1811 mb
  • FLAC album: 1288 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 133
Porcupine Tree - Love, Death & Mussolini album FLAC

The Love, Death & Mussolini . was a cassette released by Steven Wilson under the pseudonym of 'Porcupine Tree'. It compiles a total of nine tracks of which seven were shortly after released in The Nostalgia Factory.

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Love, Death and Mussolini" is an . stands for "extended player" An "extended player" is longer than a single but not long enough to be called an . Here then are 3 songs and 2 instrumentals, new material from the band Porcupine Tree. These 5 tracks last for about 20 minutes in total. 20 minutes is a good duration for an "extended player". However, "Love, Death and Mussolini" takes advantage of the cassette medium by including an additional 17 minutes of music taking it to .

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Love, Death & Mussolini is a cassette release EP or an LP according to Steven Wilson's message at the back of the sleeve. It was released in only 10 copies and is nearly impossible to get hold of it. It was released shortly after Tarquin's Seaweed Farm and before The Nostalgia Factory. As with the releases of this time by Porcupine Tree, most of the lyrics came from Alan Duffy who gave them to Steven Wilson. Sir Tarquin Underspoon - Organ, Mellotron, Keyboards.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

The Extended Player
A1 Hymn
Written-By – Tree*
1:22
A2 Footprints
Written-By – Duffy*, Tree*
5:56
A3 Linton Samuel Dawson
Written-By – Duffy*, Tree*
3:04
A4 And The Swallows Dance Above The Sun
Written-By – Duffy*, Tree*
4:12
A5 Queen Quotes Crowley
Vocals, Slide Guitar [Glissando] – Solomon St Jemain*Written-By – St. Jemain*
4:40
The Extra Material
B1 No Luck With Rabbits
Written-By – Underspoon*
0:45
B2 Begonia Seduction Scene
Guitar – Tree*Mellotron – Underspoon*Written-By – Jemain*, Tree*
2:40
B3 Out
Written-By – Underspoon*, Tree*
8:53
B4 It Will Rain For A Million Years
Written-By – Underspoon*, Tree*
4:08

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – No Man's Land

Credits

  • Drums, Percussion – Expanding Flan* (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Organ, Mellotron, Keyboards – Sir Tarquin Underspoon (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Producer – JC Camillioni, Porcupine Tree*
  • Programmed By, Effects [Soundscapes] – JC Camillioni (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass – Porcupine Tree* (tracks: A1 to A5)

Notes

All of side A and tracks B1 and B2 ended up on Side A of The Nostalgia Factory. Track B3 was later released on the vinyl version of Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape. Track B4 has never appeared anywhere else, althought its name was reused for a different track that appeared on The Nostalgia Factory.

"Love, Death and Mussolini" is an E.P.
E.P. stands for "extended player"
An "extended player" is longer than a single but not long enough to be called an L.P. (a long player).
Here then are 3 songs and 2 instrumentals, new material from the band Porcupine Tree.
These 5 tracks last for about 20 minutes in total. 20 minutes is a good duration for an "extended player".
However, "Love, Death and Mussolini" takes advantage of the cassette medium by including an additional 17 minutes of music taking it to L.P. (long player) length.
This is known as "value for money".
In the music industry it is known as "marketing".
Do your accounting to the sound of Porcupine Tree.

A1 to A5 recorded at No Man's Land and Periscope Station Spring - Summer 1989

B1 recorded at Periscope Station Spring 1989. The entire sound content of the piece is a recording of a musical box. This recording is then speeded up, slowed down, reversed and overdubbed several times to create the final musical experience.

B2: A fragment lifted from a 4 track demo recorded at Periscope Station in October 1987.

B3 recorded live in Paris July 14 1989 and overdubbed and remixed at No Man's Land October 1989.

B4 recorded at No Man's Land October 1989.
Produced for hidden art.

About 10 original copies in existence. The tape, because of its value, has been bootlegged and sold as "original". However, original copies came with a handwritten letter by Steven Wilson and a 3-page A4-sized booklet with mostly imaginary credits.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Porcupine Tree Love, Death & Mussolini ‎(CDr, EP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Porcupine Tree Self-released) none Unknown
PTPRCCD-010 Porcupine Tree Love, Death & Mussolini ‎(CDr, EP, Unofficial) Tachika Records PTPRCCD-010 Unknown



Reviews about Porcupine Tree - Love, Death & Mussolini (4):
Madis
This is the real Porcupine Tree. Forget the prog metal bullshit of the later albums (everything after Up the Downstair), the cassette tapes are the real deal!
Black_Hawk_Down.
Hmm you're certainly in the minority on this one. . . .
Twentyfirstfinger
I'm serious man! I may be a bit biased because the first PT I listened to was Tarquin's Seaweed Farm, but this is honestly how I feel about Porcupine Tree's music. I have listened to the later work and it's OK, but not as good as the Delirium tapes.
GoodBuyMyFriends
Not sure if joking or serious *fry face*

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