Marillion

Marillion - Fuck Everyone And Run (2016) {earMUSIC 0211248EMU}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Sept. 27, 2016
Marillion - Fuck Everyone And Run (2016) {earMUSIC 0211248EMU}

Marillion - Fuck Everyone And Run (2016) {earMUSIC 0211248EMU}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 413 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 160 Mb
Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 123 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2016 earMUSIC / Intact Records | 0211248EMU
Rock / Progressive Rock / Art Rock

earMUSIC is delighted to announce the release of the brand new Marillion album ‘FEAR’ [‘Fuck Everyone And Run’] on 23 September 2016. The album will be available on SuperAudio-CD DigiPak [strictly limited to the first run], CD JewelCase, LP and Digital formats. This, the band’s eighteenth studio album, features 5 brand new tracks and the feeling within the band themselves is that they may well have produced their best ever work. Marillion has certainly not mellowed with age; the album artwork shows the acronym ‘FEAR’ embossed on a gold ingot, and the songs themselves bear the hallmark of true quality.

Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made (Special Edition) (2013)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Sept. 26, 2016
Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made (Special Edition) (2013)

Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made (Special Edition)
Progressive Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 107:01 min | 258 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: earMUSIC | Tracks: 14 | Rls.date: 2013

This is a Special Edition 2CD Digipack version of Marillion's 17th Studio Album, Sounds That Can't Be Made.

Marillion - F.E.A.R (2016)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Sept. 22, 2016
Marillion - F.E.A.R (2016)

Marillion - F.E.A.R
Progressive Rock, Classic Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 68:02 min | 166 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: earMUSIC | Tracks: 17 | Rls.date: 2016

"This, the band’s eighteenth studio album, features 5 brand new tracks and the feeling within the band themselves is that they may well have produced their best ever work. Marillion has certainly not mellowed with age; the album artwork shows the acronym ‘FEAR’ embossed on a gold ingot, and the songs themselves bear the hallmark of true quality.

Marillion - The Best of Both Worlds (1997) 2 CD  Music

Posted by hill0 at Aug. 9, 2016
Marillion - The Best of Both Worlds (1997) 2 CD

Marillion - The Best of Both Worlds (1997) 2 CD
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks & cue & log) | 926 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 329 MB | Artwork (PNG) | 349 MB | 2:29:13
Genre: Progressive Rock / Symphonic Rock / Classic Rock | Country: UK | Label: EMI | 7243 8 55184 2

Best of Both Worlds is a two-disc compilation album by British neo-progressive rock band Marillion released in 1997 by EMI Records, who the band had been signed to from their debut in 1982 until being dropped in 1995. The title refers to Marillion's two distinct "eras" with lead singers Fish (1980—1988) and Steve Hogarth (since 1989). By the time this compilation was released, both line-ups had recorded four studio albums each. The second best-of since the 14-track one-disc compilation A Singles Collection (known as Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other in the US) from 1992, this one additionally contains material from Brave (1994) and Afraid of Sunlight (1996).

Marillion - Unconventional (2015)  Music

Posted by v3122 at June 16, 2016
Marillion - Unconventional (2015)

Marillion - Unconventional (2015)
Blu-Ray: MPEG-4 AVC Video, 24995 kbps, 1080i, 29.970 fps, 16:9, High Profile 4.1
LPCM Audio, 2.0, 48 kHz, 2304 kbps, 24-bit
Progressive Rock / Documentary | Racket Records | Scans Included | ~ 21.23 Gb

It was filmed in the lead up to their 2015 Marillion Weekend at Port Zelande, the Netherlands, in March where they played three sets and performed 2001 album Anoraknophobia and 2004’s Marbles in their entirety…

Marillion - Seasons End (1989)  Music

Posted by [email protected] at Dec. 18, 2009
Marillion - Seasons End (1989)

Marillion - Seasons End (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 329 MB | 50,55 min | Covers
Label: EMI Records | Progressive Rock | Released September 1989 | RAR 3% Rec.

Seasons End was the first album recorded by Marillion after the split with Fish in late 1988. The band started to audition singers while writing the new album, and they eventually chose Steve Hogarth. The music for Seasons End was mostly finished by the time Hogarth joined Marillion, and only a couple of songs on it actually have some pieces written by him, most notably "Easter" and "The Space". A number of the lyrics were written by John Helmer, who the band had commissioned before Hogarth joining. He would continue to contribute lyrics throughout the 1990s. Much of the music on Seasons End had been composed while Fish was still in the band. The bonus disc of the 1999 re-issue of Clutching at Straws contains a number of nascent versions of songs that would end up on Seasons End with vocals and lyrics by Fish, these demos having been produced during the writing sessions for the ill-fated fifth studio album with Fish. (A number of the lyrical concepts from these demos, such as The Voice In the Crowd, would later resurface on Fish's debut studio album, Vigil In a Wilderness of Mirrors.) The album was produced jointly by Marillion and Nick Davis (who would go on to work with Genesis and associated acts).
Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear [Remastered: 2 CD Edition]

Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear [Remastered: 2 CD Edition]
APE (separated tracks), Log, no cue | EAC + Monkey's Audio | 310 MB + 314 MB
5% recovery | No scans | Progressive rock | EMI , First Released 1983, Remastered 1997.

The early 1980s was perhaps the worst time in musical history to be a prog-rock band, much less to start a new one, but that's just what the hardy souls in Marillion did. Little could anyone have imagined that they'd set off a whole wave of "neo-prog" in the UK. At a time when synth-pop was all the rage, and unassuming ditties ruled the charts, Marillion's debut album, SCRIPT FOR A JESTER'S TEAR nodded proudly to such ambitious forebears as Pink Floyd and Peter Gabriel-era Genesis. Lead vocalist Fish, in fact, bore an uncanny sonic similarity to Gabriel, a fact that his penchant for onstage theatrics did little to discourage. In turn, the rest of the band offered a '70s-flavored blend of Floyd/Camel-like melodic guitar lines, Rick Wakeman-with-an-attitude multi-keyboard cascades, and odd-metered rhythms.

If that was the whole story, Marillion would have been written off as mere revivalists. The real spark of SCRIPT lies in the fact that it filtered these influenced through a sense of urgency and concision that could only have come from living through the post-punk era. In fact, many of Fish's lyrical themes were concerned with skewering the upper classes in a manner not dissimilar to the likes of Ian Dury or any Thatcher-hating New Waver of the era. Prog was born anew with SCRIPT, and it had a chip on its shoulder.

Re-issue contains a bonus disc featuring album tracks, B sides, studio takes & demos.

MARILLION - Clutching at Straws (Studio Album, 1987)  Music

Posted by arin at Oct. 11, 2006
MARILLION  -  Clutching at Straws (Studio Album, 1987)

MARILLION - Clutching at Straws (Studio Album, 1987)
MP3-Bitrate:approx.200kBps(VBR)-Exact Audio Copy (Säker metod)
44100Hz- Joint Stereo - 76 Mb


Just for the record I'm gonna put it down, down
Just for the record I'm gonna change my life around
Just another empty gesture with an empty glass
Just another comic actor behind a tragic mask…..

Last album and last masterpiece by Fish's Marillion. The work is online with the previous three works as style, as amazing compositions and as musicianship. This last work of Fish's era has the historical characteristics of Marillion's origins. The sound is always ethereal thanks to the good job of Kelly on keyboards and Rothery on guitar. The wefts of bass and drums by Trewavas and Mosley form an optimal base for the vocal parts of the genius in the flesh, Fish.

Marillion - Misplaced Childhood (1985) (2 CD)  Music

Posted by perkow at July 9, 2010
Marillion - Misplaced Childhood (1985) (2 CD)

Marillion - Misplaced Childhood (1985) (2 CD)
Rock | MP3 VBR ~250 Kbps | 200 MB | Cover + Booklet | RS

Marillion - Brief Encounter  Music

Posted by melloman at July 26, 2009
Marillion - Brief Encounter

Marillion - Brief Encounter
FLAC (separated tracks), Log, no cue | EAC + FLAC | 192 MB
5% recovery | No scans | Progressive rock | EMI , First Released 1986. Re-released 1997

Brief Encounter is the title of a compilation EP by Marillion with two studio and three live tracks that EMI's American label Capitol Records released there in 1986, coinciding with the band's tour of the U.S. and Canada that year. The band was Rush's support act on the Power Windows tour and also played headline gigs at smaller theatres. The "mini album" contained five tracks: the band's European breakthrough single "Kayleigh" (which had also entered the lower reaches of the Billboard Hot 100); its b-side "Lady Nina"; "Freaks", released in Europe as the b-side of the follow-up single "Lavender"; and live recordings of the first two albums' title tracks, Fugazi (1984) and Script for a Jester's Tear (1984).