Discussion in 'Progressive Rock' started by Nirvanadude, Nov 14, 2006.
been locked in the first two alums lately gems the pair of them...
here`s some photo`s...
I used to be more into the early stuff with Fish, but I have to admit that over the years, I've been listening more to the Hogarth-era material. Brilliant band through and through. Definitely one of my favourite prog. bands.
Fish or Steve H
Marillion are a great Progressive rock band for sure...
do you remember Marillion`s Cocktail Grendel
I don't get why this band is unpopular or unknown outside UK, esp. in USA. It seems Marillion was only successful on domestic and German market. Kayleigh is only their most known song.
mindful meaningful SELF..............................
As Its A relaxing bits of listening to the solo albums. Of " Fish " why oh why the meaningful lyrics which seem to for see my own self within the monad lifecycles of your self within self, around others, social statements, war, love and lose! warped upon musical, magical highest enlightenment...which is also why I`m totally still seek the first four albums Fish made with Marillion...so there is an on going...searching the open minded ME!!!!
I love Fish solo and his albums with Marillion, but in recent years, I've found myself listening more to the Hogarth era.
By the way...
The band will release a new album called F.E.A.R. (**** Everything And Run) on September 23.
El Dorado (i) Long-Shadowed Sun
El Dorado (ii) The Gold
El Dorado (iii) Demolished Lives
El Dorado (iv) F E A R
El Dorado (v) The Grandchildren Of Apes
Living in F E A R
The Leavers (i) Wake Up In Music
The Leavers (ii) The Remainers
The Leavers (iii) Vapour Trails In The Sky
The Leavers (iv) The Jumble Of Days
The Leavers (v) One Tonight
The New Kings (i) **** Everyone And Run
The New Kings (ii) Russia’s Locked Doors
The New Kings (iii) A Scary Sky
The New Kings (iv) Why Is Nothing Ever True?
The Leavers (vi) Tomorrow’s New Country
Needless to say, I'm excited!
me, me, me too!
A sensational piece of work. I'm surprised that there's so little comment anywhere on this forum. Infinitely better than the last album, which is one of my least favourite Marillion albums ("Gaza" and "Power" aside). Only "White Paper" leaves me a bit cool off this one.
It was good to see them back home in Aylesbury on Sunday. The set was fairly similar to the US set and included "Eldorado", "Living In F.E.A.R." and "The New Kings" from the F.E.A.R. album and they always do us proud by finishing with "Market Square Heroes".
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