Fish - A Feast Of Consequences CD (album) cover





4.03 | 338 ratings

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4 stars Like many writing on here I have been a fan of Fish since his days in Marillion. I have to admit though after his first two solo albums I lost my way with his music. After many years I had the good fortune to hear the 13th Star album & I re-discovered my love of Fish & his music. I love 13th Star & didn't think he would be able to top it, however I was very wrong indeed. A Feast of Consequences is a fantastic album & easily one of the best from his long career. The sound is fantastic & has a more organic feel than 13th Star. It's almost like the band are playing in your front-room, every instrument & vocal is crisp & clear. The songs are powerful & moving in the same breath. I have to say the album is a must for any neo-prog fan, & could even attract new fans to the big mans cause. Superb & a pleasure from start to finish.
Longsword73 | 4/5 |


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