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Tarquins Seaweed Farm

Artist: Porcupine Tree

Year: 1989
Country: United Kingdom
Catalog No: Delirium Records; DELC 0002
Format: Tape
A1 Music For The Head (Here) 2:48
A2 Jupiter Island 6:13
A3 Nun's Cleavage (Left) 2:48
A4 Clarinet Vignette 1:22
A5 Nun's Cleavage (Right) 1:00
A6 Space Transmission 3:05
A7 Message From A Self-Destructing Turnip 0:30
A8 Radioactive Toy 5:55
A9 Towel 3:36
A10 Wastecoat 1:12
A11-1 Mute Part 1 1:30
A11-2 Mute Part 2 3:33
A11-3 Mute Part 3 3:12
A12 Music For The Head (There) 1:31
B1 No Reason To Live, No Reason To Die 11:20
B2 Daughters In Excess 6:54
B3.1 The Cross 2:16
B3.2 Hole 7:35
B3.3 Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape 10:48
Companies, etc.
  • Copyright (c) – No Man's Land (3)
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Delerium Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Freakbeat Magazine
  • Published By – Delerium Records
  • Distributed By – Freakbeat Magazine
  • Distributed By – Delerium Records
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Flute, Koto, Vocals [Sings] – The Porcupine Tree
  • Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Timothy Tadploe Jones*
  • Artwork – Alistair Campbell
  • Bass Guitar – Mr Jelly
  • Drums, Percussion, Drum Machine [Drum Computer], Voice [Speaks] – The Evaporating Flan
  • Mixed By, Effects [Delay Circuits] – Sebastian Tweetle Blampton III
  • Oboe, Cor Anglais – Master Timothy Masters
  • Organ, Electric Piano, Synthesizer, Vocals [Sings] – Sir Tarquin Underspoon
  • Technician [Light Show] – Linton Samuel Dawson
  • Voice [Speaks] – Solomon St. Jemain
Subtitled: Words From A Hessian Sack

About 300 copies made. Originals can be distinguished from bootleg copies by the original delerium stamp and signature on each copy.

Issued with 8-page A5-sized booklet, with mostly imaginary credits.

The studio side was recorded in 1988/89 at Periscope Station, Devon.
B1 was recorded at Elysee Monmatre, Paris direct to cassette tape.
B2 was recorded at Dingwalls, London onto 4 track and remixed at Periscope Station.
B3 was recorded at the Greenpeace Fayre on 8 track using the No Man's Land Mobile Studio. Overdubs and remix at Periscope Station.

(c) 1991
(p) 1991