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3.43 | 143 ratings

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3 stars Made Again is the first live album from the Hogarth era of Marillion, featuring performances from three different tours covering the albums Seasons End up through Afraid of Sunlight (plus Kayleigh and Lavender from the Fish-era Misplaced Childhood). The collection on the first disc is typical of the time period for Marillion, consisting mostly of their radio hits. The second disc contains the Brave album performed live in its entirety, the sole reason to get this. The performances are well done, but both discs suffer from poor recording and mixing quality as there are many moments of the "drowning out" problem that seems so typical of live albums anymore. Perhaps a bit more noodling in the studio to clean this up would have been justified. Nonetheless, this is an adequate historical record for the early years of the Hogarth era and should be in every Marillion fan's collection. For the rest of you, I recommend getting this after you've acquired the more important studio albums and their prior two Fish-era live albums. Three stars. Good, but not essential.
progaardvark | 3/5 |


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