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MISPLACED CHILDHOOD

Marillion

 

Neo-Prog

4.24 | 1478 ratings

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nandprogger
4 stars This album contains many moments of fish... Two points to note about this album: the voice of the fish pattern and some romantic themes, more melody by item. The voice may exist avid followers of Peter Gabriel-era Genesis, some consider Fish only one copy of it. I confess I do not understand the fanaticism of Genesis, but that's another story. What I can say is that I love Fish and this album because I listen to progressive rock with my girlfriend, to risk asking her to take. "Lords of the backstage" and "Heart of lothian" mark the rows that will be followed by several Neo prog bands known, plus some hints of Pink Floyd. is important because it not only marks the uprising of the legion of neo prog bands but also a more accessible with the movement
nandprogger | 4/5 |

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