Song's chords E, Em, A, Bm, C, D, G, A♯
Album We Lost the Skyline
Info about song
The opening track on the Moonloop EP in 1994, this was effectively Porcupine Tree's second single. Chris: "I love that side of Steve, when he comes out with something that you love straight away. When we were jamming during the Moonloop sessions, Steve got rid of everything, took the beat I wanted to use and was deliberately playing, and rebuilt Stars Die around it." It was left off The Sky Moves Sideways in what Steven describes as the worst mistake he's ever made - "It was the best track I recorded at the time, and I always regretted not putting it on the record. At the time I thought it was slight and too insubstantial, so it was released as a non-album single and became by far the most popular thing I'd released up until that time." This mistake was corrected for the American version of the album, and it remains one of the most popular Porcupine Tree pieces (not least with Steven's own mother). Steven Wilson - vocals, guitar, keyboards, tapes Colin Edwin - bass guitar Chris Maitland - drums Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.