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Marillion - Marbles (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Marillion - Marbles (CD, Album)

  1. Marbles in the Park, like all Marillion albums, is a feast for the ears and food for the soul. This finely produced live album is a study in neo-progressive rock and all bands that follow should uphold this musical offering as what they aspire to be like. There is not a bad song on the album/5(4).
  2. Marillion's first album released with Hogarth, 's Seasons End, was another Top Ten hit, and albums continued to chart well until their departure from EMI Records following the release of their live album Made Again and the dissipation of the band's mainstream popularity in the late s; save for a resurgence in the mid- to lates.
  3. Please note, this 1CD album (which is the soundtrack from the Marbles on the Road DVD, recorded 10th and 11th July ) is not to be confused with the Marbles by the Sea Racket Records 2CD release (which was recorded on 11th March at the Marillion Weekend ).
  4. Marbles is the 13th studio album from rock band Marillion, released in Unlike their previous studio album, Anoraknophobia (), whi.
  5. This is the Deluxe Digipack Edition of Marbles, Marillion's 13th studio Album. Released in April , this 2CD Madfish edition is packed in a deluxe 36 page Hardback digibook. Re-worked artwork is by original designer Carl Glover. The book features unseen pictures not used in the original artwork.
  6. Apr 30,  · Recorded By – Dave Meegan "This CD is a condensed version of our album "Marbles", designed for release in retail shops around the world. In its true form, "Marbles" is a double album - 2 full CDs of music; but record shops generally don't like to sell double albums!/5(44).
  7. Get all the lyrics to songs on Marbles (2-CD Edition) and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  8. Marbles was conceived as a double album, but even as a single CD, minus four tracks, it’s stunning. Thirteen-minute opener The Invisible Man is a modern progressive rock classic, combining the lyricism of Wish You Were Here -period Floyd with the dark ambience of Massive Attack.

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