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4.11 | 809 ratings

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2 stars Although Marillion is far from being my favorite band of neo-prg (the more progressive rock in general) is a band that deserves to be respected.But "Marbles" is a disappointing effort from the band, which I can not appreciate.My knowledge of the band is not very wide, but I can say with certainty that this album is much weaker than "Script for a jester tear", "Misplaced Childhood"and "Brave"(which I consider to be the best album I've heard). The sound here is far from the neo-prog of the 80s and more toward the pop-rock, which is good lamentável.A single track here is "Neverland, " which with its 12 minutes, I brought more excitement than the rest of the album.

2.5 stars rounded to down.Deception almost total.

voliveira | 2/5 |


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