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3.87 | 43 ratings | 1 reviews | 49% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1
1. Gaza (19:34)
2. This Town/100 Nights (11:10)
3. You're Gone (8:49)
4. Sounds That Can't Be Made (7:32)
5. Neverland (10:36)
6. A Voice From The Past (7:22)
7. Power (6:48)

Total Time 71:51

1. Fantastic Place
2. Real Tears for Sale
3. The Sky Above The Rain
4. The Great Escape
5. A Few Words for the Dead
6. Sugar Mice
7. Estonia

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Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Rothery / guitars
- Steve Hogarth / vocals, keyboards, guitars, percussions
- Pete Trewavas / bass, backing vocals
- Mark Kelly / keyboards, samples, effects
- Ian Mosley / drums, percussions

Releases information

Recorded & mixed live on the night, this CD was available to buy after the show at The Forum, London on 16 September 2012. You can purchase the CD or a download from the 'Live Here Now' website using the following link:

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MARILLION Sounds Live ratings distribution

(43 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(49%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (14%)
Collectors/fans only (5%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Warthur
3 stars A nice little souvenir of the Sounds That Can't Be Made UK tour, Sounds Live was recorded and mixed live at the night of the London show thanks to Abbey Road's mobile studio. The track listing for this tour didn't very that much from venue to venue so if you've heard this one you've more or less heard the rest of the shows - plus the band slip in a version of Estonia at the end especially for the London crowd. The new songs from Sounds That Can't Be Made slide into the setlist gracefully and sound natural next to older material, and the band give high-quality renditions of the entire set, though on the downside the setlist is rather business-as-usual and if you are a Marillion fan who collects their live albums you probably have better renditions of most of the non-Sounds material anyway. Steve Hogarth seems a bit worse the wear for drink at points when he's doing his between-songs patter, but his actual performances are pretty damn good too.

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