Porcupine Tree - On The Sunday Of Life...

7 | 132 votes |
Release date: July 1991
Style: Progressive rock


199 have it
18 want it

01. Music For The Head
02. Jupiter Island
03. Third Eye Surfer
04. On The Sunday Of Life
05. The Nostalgia Factory
06. Space Transmission
07. Message From A Self Destructing Turnip
08. Radioactive Toy
09. Nine Cats
10. Hymn
11. Footprints
12. Linton Samuel Dawson
13. And The Swallows Dance Above The Sun
14. Queen Quotes Crowley
15. No Luck With Rabbits
16. Begonia Seduction Scene
17. This Long Silence
18. It Will Rain For A Million Years

Additional info
Delerium CD - DELEC CD008 / Double LP - DELEC LP008D

Mostly compiled from two prior cassette releases "Tarquin's Seaweed Farm" (1989) and "The Nostalgia Factory" (1990). CD reissued in repackaged and remastered form in November 1997, and then again as a digipack in September 2004. Also issued on 2LP.

Guest review by
I like to think of this album as a playground, where the childhood of Porcupine Tree, who would become a prominent player in modern progressive music, was spent enjoying the freedom and luxuries of youth. There are no expectations, this is simply a free form expression of some the elements which Steven, who is taking full control in this solo effort, would capitalize on and form the basis of the band's music for years to come.

published 09.06.2012 | Comments (13)


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16.01.2012 - 15:39
Rating: 6
A very weird album, and obviously porcupine tree's weakest one. It still has some outstanding tracks such as 'Nostalgia Factory' and 'It will rain for a million years', but ultimately this album is ruined for the most part with filler material.
16.01.2012 - 21:19
Rating: 8
Do not agree at all. Most of the tracks, even the weird ones, speak to me somehow. Very underrated album anyway.
Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.
26.04.2013 - 00:48
Rating: 4
This is irritating, just a nuisance..
Exploring life
Without fear without feeling
I am one with my torment
And forever blind
26.04.2013 - 17:44
Rating: 7
It's a mess, but there are some very good songs here. And as an album it creates its own little world. I agree that it's underrated.
14.02.2015 - 20:28
The Psilosopher
Brilliant album. Very fresh, interesting, varied and quite interesting to see the nascent mind of a prog genius. Radioactive Toy is also a standout track here.
11.10.2015 - 12:53
Mountain King
K i K o
Nine cats but the majority of albums is annoying, maybe good if you're high but not more...
19.01.2016 - 13:51
Rating: 5
A good way to spend 75 minutes... NOT.
The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../

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