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Sounds That Can't Be Made
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Vinyl, Import, 26 November 2013
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 31.5 x 31.29 x 0.79 cm; 549.98 Grams
- Manufacturer : ABSOLUTE UK
- Manufacturer reference : 0209119ERE
- Original Release Date : 2013
- Label : ABSOLUTE UK
- ASIN : B00FE1ULLI
- Number of discs : 1
- Customer Reviews:
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. 2012 album from the modern British Prog Rock band. With Sounds That Can't Be Made, Marillion continue their successful musical journey. The 17th studio album is as soulful and powerful as ever, including eight brand new songs. Recorded at Racket studio in England, the album echoes the great layered sound of albums like Marbles and Afraid of Sunlight, all that Marillion fans hope to hear on a new record. Songs like 'Gaza' and 'Montreal' show once more, that epic progressive songwriting can speak the musical language of the new millennium. 'Power' and 'Lucky Man' remind US that pop-rock music can also be powerful and deep. The new album cover has been designed by Simon Ward while the booklet features the contribution of artists including Antonio Seijas, Andy Wright, Carl Glover, Marc Bessant and photographs taken from onboard the International Space Station!
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Reviews for this run from Superb to Rubbish so opinion is, to say the least divided.
Much controversy surrounded the opening track GAZA but a couple of listens whilst reading the lyrics should put the detractors right, but then again....................
This is one of a few latter day Marillion albums I initially passed on but what a mistake that was. The reason in part is that I'm a big FISH era fan, not to the exclusion of post FISH but just enjoyed early Marillion more.
During COVID-19 lock-down that is slowly being corrected, as is my long list of reviews in waiting.
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They’ve created something that’s uniquely “Them”.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 August 2020