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AFRAID OF SUNLIGHT

Marillion

 

Neo-Prog

3.79 | 484 ratings

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vladimir.leksa
4 stars Let me make some philosophy which occurs to me as I was listening to this album. I like life and all living beings. And some Music is also alive even after centuries. And I like as well some rock Music of groups who are changing, differentiating, evolving, maturing, simply living. You can see it in Yes, who has made the great saga of great music with musicians parting and departing; you can see it in Genesis, who in ten years had made enormous opuses of absolute art, but later on they had developed in the other direction, not bad at all; you can see it in Rush, who just in three are still doing the magnificient works after one another of the profound musical and philosophical depth; you can follow it in the unbelieveble history of the artist Peter Hammill; and of course many others. As well as Marillion. I realized such the story of this group on listening this album. When they started as a young very talented group, they were full of naughty angry emotions as all young people are. Then the crisis had come, two instead of one journeys had come and they started to mature. They had lost their wrath and found sorrow. As all people who have just matured and become adult. And afterwards they have followed faith and happiness in it as all people should do to be really happy. And allways along this journey they have made great Music (as well as Fish has done in parallel). And I think that this album is the beginning of their happy adult period full of faith that we must be beautiful. And the serie from Beautiful through Afraid of sunrise and Out of this world to the Afraid of sunlight is in fact beautiful.
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