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3.75 | 870 ratings

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4 stars In 1990 I knew that Fish left Marillion and that the band had a new singer when I listened to the beautiful song called "Easter" in a FM Radio Station. I bought the album and I liked it very much. It is an album with some nostalgical songs like "Seasons End". This album also has songs with social comments (like "The King of Sunset Town", "Holloway Girl"). I also like "Hooks in you", with a good "ordinary rock guitar". I was surprised when in Marillion`s official website I read that the song "The Uninvited Guest" was about AIDS, and that "The King of Sunset Town" was about the killing of several people in Peking`s Tianamen Square."Easter" is a good gesture to Ireland. And as someone commented in previous reviews, the song "Seasons End" is about changes in the nature due to pollution. I still like to listen to this album, but I bought this album when I finished my University studies, so for me it was time for a change too.
Guillermo | 4/5 |


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