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3.76 | 645 ratings

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Sean Trane
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2 stars Of course this was a major shock that this raging Scottsman had left so obviously the average Marillion fan was lost . I also never got used to the new voice, but something else was changed. Clearly the musicians were trying to adapt to the era and in a way, this album is the logical continuity of Clutching At Straws album - if you do not count the vocals .

If you want to investigate this new era go directly to Brave (which is clearly the best album or Hogarth-era Marillion) and if you like it work backwards (as later stuff is not really enthusiasting to my ears). All things considered, Fish-era fans (of which I was moderatly)will not like the album, but it is not a bad album.

Hardly essential - as its successor is also.

Sean Trane | 2/5 |


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