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Old 08-13-2010, 06:10 AM   #1
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This is my favorite band. If you've never heard them before, this may be worth your while to now, for free from the band
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91 posts in over eight years and you return to pimp a band that people may "never have heard of before".

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First three albums. I stopped after that.
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Marillion should have stopped after Fish left. There are a few good songs with h, but it's not even identifiable as the same band most of the time. The less said about some of their recent output, the better.

Nonetheless, Misplaced Childhood is a great album from start to finish, and Fugazi has some truly exceptional tracks.
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Sorry to dig up an old thread -

Marillion is GREAT but these days it seems like they're not as consistent.
My favorite albums are the H-era "Anoraknophobia" and "Marbles." Haven't heard much of the Fish era stuff.

"Anorak" was my favorite. From the delays of "Between You and Me" to the Brian Eno meets Massive Attack
overload of "This the 21st Century," the whole record sounds like something a really spaced out U2 would make.

YouTube - ‪Marillion - This is the 21st Century‬‏

Epic, ghostly atmosphere.
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