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2 stars So, this is a masterpiece? Not in my opinion. Ok, Kayleigh is quite good for singing along and then you have Childhood's End - but what else? The music of the other songs is banal and without any inspiration - can anyone imagine such crap as Waterhole/Lords of the Backstage or White Feather on the Market Square Heroes EP, The Script or Fugazi? Misplaced Childhood was/is the sell-out of Neo-Prog and the weakest offering by far of the Fish/Marillion collaboration. Thank God they made some amends with Clutching at Straws. (I'm clutching at straws when I sometimes have to listen to Misplaced Childhood and can't find a way to wiggle out of it). Yuk.
strayfromatlantis | 2/5 |


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