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Stiltskin – The Minds Eye

The Mind’s Eye is the first studio album by the band Stiltskin. The album was driven by the success of the single “Inside”, which reached #1 in the UK thanks in part to its use in a Levi Jeans commercial. The follow-up single “Footsteps” reached #34 in the UK charts. The album was primarily the work of main songwriter Peter Lawlor.

The album was released 29th October 1994 reaching number 17 in the UK album charts it was in the charts for 4 weeks.

The album was released in America March 1995 on the East/West Label.

Track listing

All Songs Written By Peter Lawlor.

“Intro”(Instrumental) 0:36
“Scared of Ghosts” 4:00
“Horse” 4:23
“Rest in Peace” 2:56
“Footsteps” 3:55
“Sunshine and Butterflies” 3:52
“Inside” 5:13
“An Illusion” 3:48
“America” 3:17
“When My Ship Comes In” 3:51
“Prayer Before Birth”(Instrumental) 4:39

There was another track listing for the album’s release in North America. The “Intro” was omitted and a new track was included:

“Sunshine & Butterflies”
“Rest in Peace”
“When My Ship Comes In”
“An Illusion”
“Scared of Ghosts”
“Shouting In My Sleep” (New track)
“Prayer Before Birth”(Instrumental)


Ray Wilson – vocals
Peter Lawlor – acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, bass guitar, drums, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond organ, backing vocals
James Finnigan – bass, Hammond Organ, Wurlitzer Piano
Ross McFarlane – drums, percussion

Additional personnel
Sian Bell – Cello
Ambrosian Singers – Choral Opening
Tessa Sturridge – Backing Vocals


Arranged By Peter Lawlor
Produced, Recorded & Engineered By Peter Lawlor, assisted on some tracks by James Finnigan
Mastered By Ted Jensen

Catalogue number

Vinyl UK WW L1
Cassette UK WW M1


Inside (White Water LEV1CD) Number 1 (1 week at this position) but in the charts for 13 weeks!

Footsteps (White Water WWRD 2) Number 34 in the charts for 2 weeks.

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