Marillion - Selling Fish By The Pound Volume 2 download album
- Album: Selling Fish By The Pound Volume 2
- FLAC: 1364 mb | MP3: 1177 mb
- Released: 1983
- Rating: 4.4/5
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This work is melodic and serene music that adopted elements of minimal music such as Steve Reich, Philip Glass and Joe Hisaishi, and atmospheric progressive.
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"Italian album certifications – Genesis – Selling England by the Pound" (in Italian). Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana. Retrieved 25 March 2019. There are also two new songs, "Valley of the Kings" and "Waiting Room Only"; the latter is named after and loosely inspired by "The Waiting Room", an instrumental from the 1974 Genesis album The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway. The Japanese version of the album contains one extra song called "Riding The Colossus". Genesis Revisited II. Genesis Revisited II is the 22nd studio album by musician Steve Hackett, released on 22 October 2012 by Inside Out Music label
Marbles is the 13th studio album from rock band Marillion, released in 2004.
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The album has continued to sell and has reached Gold certification by the British Phonographic Industry and the Recording Industry Association of America. It was remastered for CD in 1994 and 2007. Several of the album tracks became fan favourites and featured as a regular part of the band's live setlist into the 1980s. Fish, solo artist and former lead singer of Marillion, has called it "the definitive Genesis album", praised its "emotive" quality, said the wordplay was "one of the things that became quite an influence on me - the games within the lyrics" and concluded it "took a whole jump forward and was the album that really got me into Genesis".
Genesis proved that they could rock on Foxtrot but on its follow-up Selling England by the Pound they didn't follow this route, they returned to the English eccentricity of their first records, which wasn't so much a retreat as a consolidation of powers. For even if this eight-track album has no one song that hits as hard as "Watcher of the Skies," Genesis hasn't sacrificed the newfound immediacy of Foxtrot: they've married it to their eccentricity, finding ways to infuse it into the delicate whimsy that's been their calling card since the beginning
Led by FISH, this is MARILLION in top form playing some of their most progressive pieces of all time. Music is complex and yet very dark and delicate aided by the intellectual thoughts of Derek Dick (aka FISH). Songs are exceptionally well written and presented with amazing musicianship. What a superb job the band have done in the remastering; This is almost a new album - the dynamics are staggering - especially at high volume, and an album of this quality deserves every ratchet on your hi-fi. The title track is a masterpiece in itself. There are many moog solos and delightful guitar solos a la Steve Hackett, reminding the "Selling England by the pound" album. There are also some excellent ambient modern organ parts; modern, melodic & colorful keyboards are also very present.
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