This is the original first 12" only as originally released. It doesn't include the remixes 12" (phases 3 and 4). Unplayed personal safety copy in mint collectible condition. "Voyage 34" is a single by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree. Although it was originally thought to be a song for the album Up the Downstair, making it a double album, this idea was later rejected so it was released separately.The single consists of just one song divided in two phases, clocking in at 30 minutes, where a narrator's voice describes the LSD trip of a young man called Brian in real time. It also features testimonies provided by other people supposed to be LSD habitual consumers. This was the first song of the band to explore the ground of trance music.Voyage 34 was reissued on November 1993 accompanied by a remix EP called Voyage 34: Remixes, which contained two reworked versions of the song, one of them being remixed by Astralasia and the other by Steven Wilson himself together with Richard Barbieri.Voyage 34 and Voyage 34: Remixes, were compiled in an album titled Voyage 34: The Complete Trip issued on 2000. The song "Voyage 34 (Phase 1 and 2) was split in two individual tracks.According to Steven Wilson in the liner notes for Up the Downstair, "Voyage 34" is the second longest single ever released in the UK, after "Blue Room" by The Orb.The song samples an ambient noise break from "A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers" by Van der Graaf Generator.