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4.25 | 2071 ratings

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4 stars This review is based on the regular cd without the bonus disc included. From 1985, MISPLACED CHILDHOOD is an excellent album by Marillion, one of their best along with their first and FUGAZI. The semi-hits "Kayleigh" and "Lavender" are both here, but do not really detract from the album. The album has a nice flow from beginning to end. I can't really call this an essential album, actiually I don't give any of Marillions albums 5 stars, but it is still a good addition to any prog music listener's collection. I prefer FUGAZI but MISPLACED CHILDHOOD is still a very good release.
mohaveman | 4/5 |


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