The Singles: 1982-1988 - Marillion Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Marillion / Box set / Audio CD released 2009-10-19 at EMI / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Market Square Heroes 2 Three Boats Down From The Candy (1997 Digital Remaster) 3 Grendel 4 He Knows You Know (Edited 7'' Version) 5 Charting The S ... more
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The Singles '82-88'
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Six Of One, Half-dozen Of The Other - MarillionHooks In Me (688 words)
by cyberem78 - written on 17/10/08, updated on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 27 readings)
When this album was first released in 1992 it was the best collection of M Marillion s hit songs and an apt way to celebrate the band s tenth anniversary. The album is still a brilliant chance to get to know Marillion s music and hear the current singer, grown-up Goth lookalike Steve Hogarth as well as the original vocalist, big Scot Fish (Derek Dick) at work. The newer release, however of the remastered Best of Both Worlds collection, covers a greater period in the band s career and includes rarer songs and those which perhaps more accurately represent the band s contribution to the music world. This album contains fourteen songs from the period 1982 to 1992 which are ...
This Strange Engine - MarillionBand of A Thousand Faces (458 words)
by cyberem78 - written on 18/12/08, updated on 18/12/08 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Marillion's first album after having been dropped by the major record label EMI is a confident up-yours to the nay-sayers who ever doubted them. A blend of pop rock and experimental style tracks this album is a lot more accoustic and guitar based than previous works. Most of the tracks resonate with a seriousness and otherworldy feeling. Musically and lyrically these tracks are spellbinding and are a brilliant display of resolute spirituality in spite of their knock back. Vocalist Steve Hogarth revels in the sound of his own slightly Gaelic sounding voice and moans his way through a lot of the tracks. I get the sense of time slowing down and of music seeping through words, the ...
This Strange Engine - Marillionblue pain (964 words)
by pje - written on 13/08/01, updated on 27/04/02 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Having been dropped by EMI after "Afraid of Sunlight", M Marillion responded with this tremendous and, in the circumstances, surprisingly confident CD. Their best since the departure of Fish and (dare I say it) very possibly their best ever. Marillion pretty much went back to the basics on this album, proper songs and plenty of acoustic guitar. It starts with MAN OF A THOUSAND FACES. A very catchy tune, this is so bright and exuberant that they even bring in a school choir towards the end. What do you mean you don't believe it? ONE FINE DAY with its wistful lyrics: ~ Listenin' to the pouring rain ~ Waiting for the world to change is more ...
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