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4 stars Marillion mark II wasn't that a radical departure from the Fish led one for Seasons End, the musical style isn't that much different from Clutching At Straws. Gone are the fat analogue synth solos and the keyboards are used more to create texture and mood, Hogarth has a much more technically impressive voice and his lyris are less flowery but with no less of a social conscience or romantic. Those observations aside everything else is present, and Easter contains one of Rothery's (if not rock music as a whole) most moving and emotional guitar solo. Would be highly recommended if it wasn't for the horrible psuedo hair metal effort Hooks in You.
Jools | 4/5 |


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