The Nostalgia Factory

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The Nostalgia Factory
Porcupine Tree - The Nostalgia Factory.jpg
Studio album by Porcupine Tree
Released 1991
Recorded Summer 1989-Winter 1991, Periscope Studios, Devon
Genre Psychedelic rock
Length 69:29
Label Delerium
Porcupine Tree chronology
Love, Death & Mussolini
(1990)
The Nostalgia Factory
(1991)
On the Sunday of Life
(1992)

The Nostalgia Factory, subtitled "...and other tips for amateur golfers", is the second album to be released by Steven Wilson under the name 'Porcupine Tree'. It was the second full-length cassette produced for his 'joke' project with friend Malcom Stocks. The album was issued by Delerium in 1991 (despite the Porcupine Tree website stating 1990) in a limited edition of 300 copies. Like its predecessor, the tracks from The Nostalgia Factory were subsequently released in the band's first studio album On the Sunday of Life, and the compilation album Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape. Some tracks have been renamed and/or rearranged in later albums and performances.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hymn" – 1:22
  2. "Footprints" – 5:56
  3. "Linton Samuel Dawson" – 3:04
  4. "And the Swallows Dance Above the Sun" – 4:12
  5. "Queen Quotes Crowley" – 4:40
  6. "No Luck with Rabbits" – 0:47
  7. "Begonia Seduction Scene" – 2:34
  8. "Colours Dance Angels Kiss" – 3:00
  9. "Prayer" – 1:50
  10. "The Nostalgia Factory" – 8:15
  11. "This Long Silence" – 6:51
  12. "Sinatra Rape Scene" – 0:39
  13. "Hokey Cokey" – 5:05
  14. "Landscare" – 3:16
  15. "Delightful Suicide" – 1:12
  16. "Nine Cats" – 3:51
  17. "Split Image" – 1:58
  18. "It Will Rain for a Million Years" – 10:50

Tracks 1 through 7, an edited version of track 10 and tracks 11, 16 and 18 were released on the band's official debut album, On the Sunday of Life, in 1992. The rest of the songs except "Sinatra Rape Scene" were released on Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape, a collection of the leftovers from On the Sunday of Life, in 1994, however "Colours Dance Angels Kiss" was stripped of its title, being listed as "Track Eleven", and "Hokey Cokey" was retitled "Execution of the Will of the Marquis de Sade". An edited version of "Sinatra Rape Scene" was released on Up the Downstair, the band's second album, in 1993 under the title "Monuments Burn into Moments".