|Format: CD / Cat No: KSCOPE105D / Released: 23/06/2008
Track Listing: 1. Together We're Stranger / 2. All the Blue Changes / 3. The City in a Hundred Ways / 4. Things I Want to Tell You / 5. Photographs in Black and White / 6. Back When You Were Beautiful / 7. The Break-Up For Real / Bonus tracks: Bluecoda / The Break-Up For Real / Things I Want To Tell You - Music Video and photo gallery
More information: Remixed & re-mastered by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) in 5.1 surround sound high resolution (DVD A disc), plus 5.1 mixes of two bonus tracks from the TWS sessions, the video for ‘Things I Want To Tell You’ and photo gallery.
'Together We're Stranger', No-Man's fifth album proper, was its most ambitious and accomplished to date. Coming two years after the critical and word of mouth cult success of 2001s 'Returning Jesus', the album saw the band extending further the reach of its panoramic textural twists on the ballad tradition and firmly establishing itself as one of the most intriguing British bands of the last decade. The duo of Tim Bowness and Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson draws on Chamber Jazz, New Classical, Singer-songwriter and Contemporary Electronica sources for inspiration, uniquely echoing aspects of the work of Talk Talk, Sigur Ros, Red House Painters and the 1970s heyday of uber-conceptualists Pink Floyd and Brian Eno.