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4.17 | 16 ratings | 1 reviews | 62% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Between You and Me
2. Quartz
3. Map of the World
4. When I Meet God
5. Fruit of the Wild Rose
6. Separated Out
7. This is the 21st Century
8. If My Heart were a Ball It would Roll Uphill
9. This Strange Engine
10. Gaza
11. Three Minute Boy


1. The Invisible Man
2. Marbles I
3. Genie
4. Fantastic Place
5. The Only Unforgivable Thing
6. Marbles II
7. Ocean Cloud
8. Marbles III
9. The Damage
10. Don't Hurt Yourself
11. You're Gone
12. Angelina
13. Drilling Holes
14. Marbles IV
15. Neverland
16. Out of This World
17. King
18. Sounds That Can't Be Made


1. Market Square Heroes
2. Garden Party
3. Kayleigh
4. Lavender
5. Heart of Lothian
6. Warm Wet Circles
7. Sugar Mice
8. Incommunicado
9. Hooks In You
10. The Uninvited Guest
11. No One Can
12. Dry Land
13. Sympathy
14. The Great Escape
15. Alone Again in the Lap of Luxury
16. Beautiful
17. Man of a Thousand Faces
18. 80 Days
19. These Chains
20. See It Like A Baby
21. Thankyou Whoever You Are
22. Whatever is Wrong With You
23. Power
24. Hocus Pocus

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Hogarth / vocals, guitar, keyboard, percussions
- Steve Rothery / guitar
- Ian Mosely / drums
- Mark Kelly / piano, keyboards
- Peter Trewavas / bass, backing vocals

Releases information

Racket Records
November 2016
DVD or Bluray

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MARILLION Out Of The Box ratings distribution

(16 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(62%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(25%)
Good, but non-essential (6%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (6%)

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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
4 stars I don't know any Progressive Rock bands that have produced about 100th releases in their career. Marillion has done it with all their live releases but excluding the ep, singles, compilations. In this weekend shows, they played the complete "Anoraknophobia" in the disk 1 with some classics. It's a bit of a surprise to choose this one because it is not a "classic" album. There are some excellent songs like "Quartz", "This is the 21st Century" and "If My Heart were a Ball it Would roll..." But there is no better song than one of their most progressive rock and titled-track "This Strange Engine". The music of Marillion became more accessible with the departure of Fish and the songs have often the same progressions starting as a ballad to switch into a full rock mode in the second part, with a beautiful guitar solo from Steve Rothery. The songs in the Hogarth era will never have the same impact as the ones of the first periods, but the band still manage to put some quality music. The second disk is the main event not only because they played the complete and stronger album "Marbles", but because of the stunning visuals with projections, lasers, and light show. We have some great songs here like "Invisible Man", and "Oceans Cloud". The third disk is a set-list of many singles including 40 minutes of the Fish period. So, no surprise and no epics songs. Those songs were played in chronological order and it's a couple of songs from the "Brave" album that sound to me as good as the singles from the Fish era. So this is another triple set of good quality from the band, and if some of past Marillion videos requires only limited viewing, I will put this one a lot more in my player.

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