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Marillion - Singles Box Set '82-88
Author: bebe56

Progressive Rock | cbr320

This 12-disc collectors box contains 12 individually packaged CD singles released from 1982 to 1988 in mini-slip covers, each with the original cover art.
All the B-sides that appeared on each different format of the singles has been compiled on each individual disc. Details
Marillion - The Singles '82-88' (2000) (12cd Box Set)
Author: uff

Marillion - The Singles '82-88' (2000) (12cd Box Set)
Rock | 12cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
EMI 8886672 | rel: 2000 | 1655Mb

This lavish box set assembles all of the Fish-era singles released by Marillion, the undisputed leaders of the neo-prog movement. Clearly the stuff of manic collectors' dreams, this will far exceed both the interest and budget of casual listeners; but for those keen to possess a truly special heirloom to commemorate their heroes, this will fit that description quite nicely. ~Allmusic Details
Marillion - The Best of Both Worlds (1997) 2 CD
Author: hill0

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).
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Marillion - The Singles '82-88' (3CD, 2009)
Author: gribovar

Marillion - The Singles '82-88' (3CD, 2009)
EAC Rip | WavPack (image+.cue+log) CD 1 - 531 MB, CD 2 - 546 MB, CD 3 - 525 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 541 MB | Covers - 33 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: EMI (50999 6 84126 2 3)

The Singles '82-'88 is a three-CD box set containing the first twelve singles by Marillion, all from the period with Fish, released by EMI Records on 16 October 2009. Details
Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear [Remastered: 2 CD Edition]
Author: melloman

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.
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Marillion - The EMI Singles Collection [DVD9] (2002)
Author: thingska

Marillion - The EMI Singles Collection [DVD9] (2002)
Rock | DVD Video | DVD-9 | ~6.36 Gb | 90 min | FileServe, Filesonic
MPEG2, PAL 4:3 (720x576) 8 000 Kbps, 25.000 fps | PCM, 1 536 Kbps, 2 ch, 48.0 KHz

To start off: Marillion are one of the best bands in the world and, throughout over 20 years of music, have given people the chance to come across what I consider to be some of the best poetry of the 20th century. If all the citizens of this world could hear and understand what Fish (first) and H (Steve Hogarth - now) have been saying for the past 20 years we would, most definetly, live in a better world. To the DVD itself: I prefer the Steve Hogarth era, so it is a bit frustrating to me that this DVD misses a huge part of his career with Marillion as that career has been going on away from EMI. The videos (almost every single one of them) are very good, spaning from the 80's rubbish to the 90's thoughtfulness. Particularly interesting gems are: Sugar Mice, Uninvited Guest and, especially, Beautiful, which is one of the best songs ever written and one of the best videos ever made. Details
Marillion - Marbles (2004)
Author: v3122
Marillion - Marbles (2004)

Marillion - Marbles (2004)
2CD | Progressive Rock / Neo-Prog | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Scans (JPG, 600dpi) -> 117 Mb | ~ 658 or 659 or 242 Mb | FSonic, FServe, Uploadstation, Uploaded

Marillion surprised the European market by earning Top Ten placings in the U.K. and Holland for its single "You're Gone" in the spring of 2004, but the comeback wasn't hard to figure if you listened to the record, which found the band making like U2, with a martial beat, a sustained, repetitive guitar figure, and Steve Hogarth keening, "You are the light," in his best impression of Bono. Elsewhere, Marbles, the band's 13th studio album in 21 years, for the most part recalled not so much U2 as a more long-standing influence, Pink Floyd...
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Marillion - Holidays in Eden (1991) REPOST
Author: uff

Marillion - Holidays in Eden (1991)
rock | 2cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
EMI 7243 4 93372 2 0 | 24bit rem 1998 | 860mb

Faced with flagging sales on their first post-Fish release Season's End, progressive rockers Marillion paired themselves with pop producer Christopher Neil for 1991's Holidays in Eden. It wasn't exactly a move that paid either commercial or artistic dividends, as the results are so diluted and bland that one can only hope this was a desperate attempt to appease their label. There were several singles that charted in the U.K., but they could have been performed by anyone or, worse, in the case of the ringing guitars on "Cover My Eyes," it sounds as though they want to reinvent themselves as U2. It's a record that will surely disappoint fans of their more progressive work and, lacking a distinctive personality, hardly elicit excitement from newcomers. Details
Marillion - Brief Encounter
Author: melloman

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).
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Marillion - Misplaced Childhood (1985) [Non Remastered, UK Press]
Author: Designol

Marillion - Misplaced Childhood (1985) [Non Remastered, UK Press]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 303 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 145 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Prog-Rock, Art Rock | Label: EMI | # CDP 7 46160 2 | Time: 00:41:17

After the album-tour-album cycle of Script for a Jester's Tear, Fugazi, and the subsequent Euro-only release of Real to Reel, Marillion retreated to Berlin's Hansa Ton Studios with Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey to work on their next opus. Armed with a handful of lyrics born out of a self-confessed acid trip, Fish came up with the elaborate concept for 1985's Misplaced Childhood. Touching upon his early childhood experiences and his inability to deal with a slew of bad breakups exacerbated by a never-ending series of rock star-type "indulgences," Misplaced Childhood would prove to be not only the band's most accomplished release to date, but also its most streamlined. Initial record company skepticism over the band's decision to forge ahead with a '70s-style prog rock opus split into two halves (sides one and two) quickly evaporated as Marillion delivered its two most commercial singles ever: "Kayleigh" and "Lavender." With its lush production and punchy mix, the album went on to become the band's greatest commercial triumph, especially in Europe where they would rise from theater attraction to bona fide stadium royalty.
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