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iTunes in UK has Racing Time and Shot Down In Flames 'The Definitive Remasters' for £7.90 and £7.99 respectively. Former info says 2019 Santers release on 13/9/2019 and latter says 2012 Dandelion Records? They both sound great.
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7 days ago
leftfield
I wouldn't risk it.
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7 days ago
leftfield
Where to start... Seasons End (first with Hogarth) Holidays In Eden (vilified by hardcore fans most commercial release) Brave (concept album a tough listen but utterly brilliant) Somewhere Else (more recent a personal fave) Afraid Of Sunlight (amazing) This Strange Engine (some amazing music particularly the title track) Marillion.com (a little left-field at times which is fine by me) T
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8 days ago
leftfield
Late to this thread but as they are one of my all-time faves... I was into Marillion from the off and was one of many who felt the band were finished when Fish was fired. It was inevitable but a huge blow nonetheless. Along comes Steve H - a brilliant replacement as he is such a different character and performer. He has just celebrated 30 years with the band. If you aren't familiar with their r
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11 days ago
leftfield
I also got a signed copy of Beautiful End. Far End Of The Black is one the best songs ever penned IMO....
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12 days ago
leftfield
Opaline all day. Solo stuff is also excellent very mellow and personal but JR has such a great voice. I have the physical CDs for last solo releases but it looks like Beautiful End is sold out in his own shop at https://www.jrrichardsmusic.com cheers
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13 days ago
leftfield
An all-time classic song. This version is OK but it comes nowhere near the original. Guy has a good voice!
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15 days ago
leftfield
Well they do need the money don't they?
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17 days ago
leftfield
I thought it was OK.... is that a bit more balanced for yer DCD? It's also a lie, it was totally amazing. I just wish you had achieved more recognition for your talents and that you made more records.
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17 days ago
leftfield
Agree, great voice and a welcome return to a band with a very good back catalogue.
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17 days ago
leftfield
Unless you play or have played the game at this level, commenting on behaviour or emotions in the heat of victory or defeat is pointless. We have no concept of what these guys put themselves through to perform at world class level. Winning is clearly a lifetime high so losing must surely be close to the polar opposite.
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17 days ago
leftfield
F*ckers on social media. Sickening
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4 weeks ago
leftfield
Phil's contribution to the Leppard story speaks for itself. He's an integral part of the band.
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4 weeks ago
leftfield
I share some reservations but the reaction to this on social media generally and reviews of the album are all extremely positive. Far more than the last 2 albums. It's interesting that there is heaps of praise for Tremonti's contribution but less for Myles. Mark is clearly cementing an already great reputation as a master of this craft - not just guitar but writing and vocally as well. His sol
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6 weeks ago
leftfield
Enjoy something a little different but utterly spellbinding IMO. Forgive my ignorance, sure there is a better way to share a link think it needs copying into browser (tested and works on my MAC). This is a new release from Marillion, a band with a huge musical legacy - criminally underrated and so talented. Appreciate it's slightly off-genre but I know a lot of subscribers on here appreciate di
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7 weeks ago
leftfield
My life is over...cancelled the video how can I survive this awful news. Same they don't cancel the band period cos they are utter shite.
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7 weeks ago
leftfield
This is fantastic!
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2 months ago
leftfield
+1 Mr Daredevil
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2 months ago
leftfield
So sad. Still remember first hearing Tony sing on the debut album in 1983. Still have the vinyl copy (Ebony Records). He leaves a great musical legacy but more than that he was just an exceptional man. I met him during the Excess All Areas tour and he was so happy to be living his dream. I toast you sir RIP.
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2 months ago
leftfield
I am a huge fan of the band but I must confess I am struggling with the 4 songs released so far. I hate this song by song release thing. Should just release a single and then the whole thing as their music is themed. Agree with comments above. Where are the guitar solos, melodies and brilliance we are used to. Jury out at the moment.
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2 months ago
leftfield
Works fine for me - what an impressive first batch!
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2 months ago
leftfield
Marillion - This Strange Engine Alter Bridge - Blackbird
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3 months ago
leftfield
I'm divorced too mate. It's not a failure.
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3 months ago
leftfield
Am enjoying the irony of the fact that I don't even begin to understand that.....
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3 months ago
leftfield
+1 Well said.
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3 months ago
leftfield
I agree, I worked there for a Japanese company who since moved to Staines. Hated Hounslow with a passion
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3 months ago
leftfield
I was a child of the 60s so for me astronaut, followed by professional footballer, followed by drummer in a rock band. When reality kicked in...a loving son, brother, grandson, husband, father, loyal friend and a respectful and hard-working colleague. Notice that the first set of ambitions required talent and skill (which I clearly didn't have!) whereas the second set really don't. Don't alwa
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3 months ago
leftfield
Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.
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3 months ago
leftfield
Semi-retired company director. Worked in financial services for 38 years. Still do a bit of consultancy to keep my brain active and also a qualified swimming teacher. Sadly never achieved my musical ambitions due to lack of talent rather then enthusiasm.
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