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4.23 | 1986 ratings

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5 stars Synonym of progressive rock

I'm in front of another breath-taking debut album! It's Script for a Jester's Tear by Marillion. It's very hard to review such a phenomenon album. Probably one of the best albums in music history. Constant magic full of energy, emotion, great compositions and polished musicianship. This album turns around the destiny of dying progressive rock and creates one of its main streams - neo-progressive rock, despite being a strong return to the typical symphonic rock of Genesis. Especially the voice of Fish,which is real reminicent of Peter Gabriel's. All that embarrass some people, who don't want to judge the album only on its own merits. It's perfect note by note. Every single tune is situated where it has to. Moreover, it's the right successor of Genesis' legacy. I think after all these words I would not comment Script for a Jester's Tear song by song. It's completely unnecessary! Highly recommened for all who loves music in general, sincerity in art and those who believe in God, because this album wasn't made by humans, but by God!

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