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4.23 | 1992 ratings

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5 stars This is the main event in my life. The most important. This date (I've bought it on August,1,2003 - before this time I had NO IDEA about Marillion or other neo-prog bands ) is my second birthday! I consider this album to be the BEST EVER recorded on our planet!Maybe there are some else, but still "Script" is my favouritest! It opens with the best track ever recorded ,"Script for a jester's tear"; I've been crying when I've heard the last part ("the fool escaped from paradise")!; continiues with great "He knows You know" and gives us a break after the magnificient "The Web". I've been greatly impressed with Fish's lyrics , he is really great poet! The B-side: "Garden Party", a sharp one; "Chelsea Monday", a soft one; and the closing epic , anti-war "Forgotten Sons" with its famous "praying" mid-part and ballad final part ("You're just another coffin "). The GREATEST album ever written; it is too genious for this world. Highly recommended to everyone who enjoys good music. Beyond compares!!!
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