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B'SIDES THEMSELVES

Marillion

 

Neo-Prog

3.43 | 145 ratings

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Jools
3 stars This must have been a stop gap for EMI during the transitional period between breaking up with fish and finding Hogarth, still gets a good rating from me though as some of these songs are good and there is one or two gems. Market Square Heroes and Three Boats.. are redundant re-recordings withouth Pointer at the drum stool, i prefer the originals myself, this also includes the now embarrasing Genesis pastiche, Grendal which is just naive self indulgence. But the strong material is amazing, Cinderella Search, Freaks and Tux on are all good enough to come from the respective albums of the a sides. On the whole, not bad, but thats all.
Jools | 3/5 |

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