Fish - Vigil In A Wilderness Of Mirrors CD (album) cover





3.81 | 271 ratings

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3 stars As a big fan of the original Marillion, I have never been able to get into the "new" Marillion or any Fish solo works. I don't know why, but there it is. I find Fish's (Fishes?) voice to get annoying after awhile here, especially on the more poppier tunes such as "Big Wedge", which I just can't listen to. Why did his voice not bother me when he was with Marillion???? No idea. Maybe it's just a sort of "mental block" for me, not liking his stuff post-Marillion. Some good ballads here with "Gentleman's Excuse Me" and "The Company", and the title track is good, but the rest of the album I just find dull. And I have really made an effort to appreciate this music, but it's a "no-go". Good, but not really essential. 3 stars. Very close to being only 2.
mohaveman | 3/5 |


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