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Nice acoustic change of pace

After watching the band's video posts during the making of this album, my excitement was building to get this new release. Itunes finally posted it for sale today on its release date in the UK. I've never been the first to write a review!

The songs have been reworked from their original studio versions and given new life. all new arrangements and instrumentation. This is a great collection of Marillion classics given new life by the band. It's always a risk when bands reinterpret their own material, but Marillion sure new what they were doing.

My favorites are This is the 21st Century, It's Not Your Fault (a new tune) and Hard as Love.

I look forward to listening to this album all through the upcoming winter.

Laid back acoustic songs

Nice to hear a full cd of acoustic tracks of prior songs. But, I find myself skipping over tracks that I didn't enjoy the original and acoustic re-doing hasn't helped
Ie...If my heart were a ball.

Bloody Unnessary

Well the band has reached a new low in my opinion. A rehash of songs, somethat never really were good anyway. Since they have abandoned their Progressive Roots, what is really the point??

Buy the new Porcupine Tree instead.


Formed: 1979 in Aylesbury, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Marillion emerged from the short-lived progressive rock revival of the early '80s to become one of the most enduring cult acts of the era. The group formed in Aylesbury, England, in 1979, and adopted its original name, Silmarillion, from the title of a J.R.R. Tolkien novel. Initially, Marillion were comprised of guitarist Steve Rothery, bassist Doug Irvine, keyboardist Brian Jelliman, and drummer Mick Pointer, but after recording "The Web," an instrumental demo, they recruited vocalist Fish (born...
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