Four Chords That Made a Million

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"Four Chords That Made a Million"
Single by Porcupine Tree
from the album Lightbulb Sun
Released April 2000
Genre Progressive rock
Length

12:31 (regular CD)
19:32 (Limited CD)

7:11 (7" vinyl)
Label KScope / Snapper
Porcupine Tree singles chronology
Pure Narcotic (1999) Four Chords That Made a Million
(2000)
Shesmovedon (2000)
Alternative Cover
Cover of the Limited Edition

"Four Chords That Made a Million" is a single by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, released in April 2000, a month before the release of the album Lightbulb Sun, in order to promote it. It came in three formats: a regular CD, a limited-version CD (2000 copies) and a 7" vinyl (1000 copies).

Track listing (regular CD)[edit]

All tracks written by Steven Wilson and arranged by Porcupine Tree.

  1. "Four Chords That Made a Million" - 3:40
  2. "Disappear" - 3:41
  3. "In Formaldehyde" - 5:10

Track listing (Limited CD)[edit]

Track 1 written by Steven Wilson and arranged by Porcupine Tree. Track 2 written and performed by Steven Wilson January 1997.

  1. "Four Chords That Made a Million" 3:48
  2. "Even Less (Demo Version)" 15:44

Track listing (7" vinyl)[edit]

All songs written by Steven Wilson

  1. A/ "Four Chords That Made a Million" 3:38
  2. B/ "Orchidia" 3:33

Personnel[edit]

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