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Trouble X
5 stars Ive been a big Marillion fan since Script for a jesters tear and i must say that I love the Fish period of this band it was so much more interesting . Script was a great album , marillion kind of took a strang direction with with there second album Fugasi it was good but fish seemed to be very bitter over personal issues (which we all know he likes to share with us). But this knocked my socks off , talk about an amasing recording and the lyrics so profoundly put and totaly personal. The music on this CD (and Clutching at straws) defines Marillion and captures the magic that very few neo prog artist ever have. The beautiful intro of Psuedo silk kimono leading us to the huge hit song Kaylie onto the wonderful Lavender , and the musicianship on this and all marillion CD`s is in a special class that very few artist can or will ever match, its a class I would put perhaps Early Genesis , Kansas , Rush , Spocks beard , and perhaps The Flower kings. Marillion are and deserve to be known as true prog legends, and this CD is a must buy, also get Script for a jesters tear and Clutching at straws.
Trouble X | 5/5 |


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