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Artist: Marillion

Title: Seasons End

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Category: Prog Rock

Year: 1988/1998

Label: EMI Records

Catalog Number: 7243 857712 2


Steve Hogarth vocals
Steve Rothery guitars
Mark Kelly keyboards
Pete Trewavas bass
Ian Mosley drums

2 Disc Remaster issued in 1998


Disc 1
1.  The King of Sunset Town  8:04
2.  Easter  5:58
3.  The Uninvited Guest  3:52
4.  Seasons End  8:10
5.  Holloway Girl  4:30
6.  Berlin  7:48
7.  After Me  3:20
8.  Hooks in You  2:57
9.  The Space...  6:14
Total Running Time:  50:53

Disc 2
10.  The Uninvited Guest 12" Version  5:05
11.  The Bell in the Sea  4:21
12.  The Release  3:45
13.  The King of Sunset Town Demo  5:34
14.  Holloway Girl Demo  4:48
15.  Seasons End Demo  8:02
16.  The Uninvited Guest Demo  3:56
17.  Berlin Demo  8:03
18.  The Bell in the Sea Demo  4:52
Total Running Time:  48:26

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Reverend Mayhem Date: May 27, 2013 at 9:06
Marillion have always been a class-A band who consistently make brilliant albums. Top-notch musicianship, lush song structures -- beautiful stuff. And although I'm probably in the minority, I was pleased when Steve Hogarth came on board, as Fish's vocals drove me nuts. This is probably my favorite Marillion album (alongside "Clutching At Straws"). The definitive Marillion elements are all present: mellow, Pink Floyd-like dreaminess, silky smooth performances, and smart, thought-provoking lyrics -- but you also get a few ripping guitars ("The Uninvited Guest") and what amounts to Marillion's concept of an up-tempo rocker ("Hooks In You"). Yes, I have to be in the right frame of mind to dig into any Marillion release lest I find myself getting bored (you won't find yourself blasting it out the windows as you cruise the highway), but when the headphones are on and I'm focused I usually find myself newly amazed at what they're able to achieve. This album is reliable for that. 95 / 100

From: Dusty Date: December 13, 2013 at 18:07
Out is the popular Fish, in Steve Hogarth. That didn't stop Marillion though. Musically it's a continuation of Clutching, but h sounds so different it gives the band a completely new sound. And in my opinion an even better sound! Great album!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 30, 2017 at 17:25
Nice Prog Rock album with obviously poppy intentions as well..."Hooks in You" is my fave cut in here...some other fine moments are tracks 2(nice),3,6 & 7.84/100

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