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Category: Melodic Prog Rock
Label: Cyclops (UK)
Catalog Number: CYCL 093
|1.||All the King's Horses||4:43|
|2.||Seize the Day||6:09|
|5.||Shed No Tears||5:49|
|6.||Share the Shame||4:20|
|7.||Two Up, Two Down||5:01|
|10.||Another False Dawn||4:25|
|11.||Someone Else's Prayer (Part 1)||4:37|
|12.||Someone Else's Prayer (Part 2)||5:31|
|13.||Six 'O' Clock bonus track||4:40|
|14.||This Is The Wall bonus track||3:38|
|Total Running Time:||66:04|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 9, 2006 at 6:35|
|'And All The Kings Men' is Probably one of the most Progressive sounding release of the entire Jump catalogue, Not to say that it is out and out Prog, just more of the Marillion influences creeping in here and there, especially vocally and the way a few of the songs are structured -'Shed No Tears' being a good example!!). Chrissie Hammond from Aussie band Cheetah (remember them??) appears on backing vox on a couple of tracks as well. Not their best, but a good, solid release all the same.|
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