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3.11 | 478 ratings

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3 stars I really like this one. It's a perfect balance of radiofriendly poprock and progressive rock.

Especially the last 2 songs are worth the purchase. Interior Lulu is wonderfully crafted and is perhaps Marillion's best song in years, lasting over 14 minutes. House is anomaly, but Marillion never were afraid to experiment. The song is a 10 minute long trip-hop-esque song. The trumpetsolos are magnificient and Steve H. sings great on this track.

The rest of the songs are real poppy, and some don't like it, because Marillion is obligated to play progrock, according to many. This is a great album without being pretentious and the joy of musicians is really noticable.

Kingsnake | 3/5 |


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