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Marillion: Marbles [Digipak]

Audio Samples

>Invisible Man, The
>Marbles I
>Genie
>Fantastic Place
>Only Unforgivable Thing, The
>Marbles II
>Ocean Cloud
>Marbles III
>Damage, The
>Don't Hurt Yourself
>You're Gone
>Angelina
>Drilling Holes
>Marbles IV
>Neverland

Track List

>Invisible Man, The
>Marbles I
>Genie
>Fantastic Place
>Only Unforgivable Thing, The
>Marbles II
>Ocean Cloud
>Marbles III
>Damage, The
>Don't Hurt Yourself
>You're Gone
>Angelina
>Drilling Holes
>Marbles IV
>Neverland

Album Notes

Recording information: The Racket Club, Buckinghamshire (2002-2004).

Illustrator: Carl Glover .

Photographer: Carl Glover .

Marillion's 2004 album, MARBLES, is a quintessential example of how far the long-lived British band had come from their beginnings as a neo-prog outfit led by the whimsically named singer Fish. Steve Hogarth (who replaced Fish in the mid-'80s) helped Marillion evolve into more than a gang of Genesis-fanciers over the years. MARBLES incorporates the influences of the Beatles, contemporary Britpop, and even a bit of jazz, creating a sleek, sophisticated sound that's no prog-rock rehash but can still safely be termed art-rock in the literal sense.



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