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4 stars This is the album that Marillion would have released after "Clutching at straws" if Fish had stayed, and Steve Rothery had quit. Very dark, emotional, theatrical, and melodic. There are dozens of vocalists who try to sound like Fish, but Flinck does not only "try" it... he "does" it. In fact, if one didn't know it wasn't Fish, one would say "Fish cauht a light cold on this album!" But too bad there isn't a serious guitarist on this album, only a very minimalist pianist, who certainly knows what he is doing, but is trying all the time to under-do what he can! The same applies to their next album "Man-made machine". I think this gives the closest idea of what CARPTREE is all about. Certainly a must for all Fish-era Marilion fans.
BestFreak | 4/5 |


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