Seasons End is the fifth studio album by British rock band Marillion, released in 1989. The album was the first to feature current lead singer Steve Hogarth, following the departure of former vocalist Fish in late 1988. It reached number 7 on the UK Albums Chart. Following the departure of Fish, Marillion started to audition singers while writing the new album, and they eventually chose Steve Hogarth
Tracklist: 1. The King Of Sunset Town, 2. Easter, 3. The Uninvited Guest, 4. Seasons End, 5. Holloway Girl, 6. Berlin, 7. Hooks In You, 8. The Space. 3. The Uninvited Guest.
Seasons End. B1. Holloway Girl. Seasons End (LP, Album, Gat). EMI, EMI. 064 7 92877 1, 7 92877 1.
Tracklist: - CD1 01. Marillion - The King Of Sunset Town 02. Marillion - Easter 03. Marillion - The Uninvited Guest 04. Marillion - Seasons End 05. Marillion - Holloway Girl 06.
Слушайте Seasons End от Marillion на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. Seasons End. Marillion 25-09-1989. Общая длительность:1 h 39 min. 01. The King Of Sunset Town (1997 Remastered Version). Автор: Ian Mosley - John Helmer - Mark Kelly - Pete Trewavas - Steve Hogarth - Steve Rothery, Композиторы: Ian Mosley - John Helmer - Mark Kelly - Pete Trewavas - Peter Trewavas - Steve Hogarth - Steve Rothery.
However, when Marillion fail to deliver on the emotional side, the car stutters. And on no track is this more evident than Hooks In You a failed attempt at 80's rock and without a doubt the low water mark for the album. The lyrical work is shallow and quite silly, Hogarths delivery is cringe worthy as his voice is most definitely not suited for hard rock, and instrumentally has little to offer but wankery.
In 1999 Marillion released a remastered version of Seasons End, including a bonus disc of outtakes and alternate versions as well as the previously unreleased "The Bell in the Sea" and "The Release. Both are strong tracks and are welcome additions to the Marillion catalog. While 1995's Afraid of Sunlight is the peak of Marillion's growing, impressive body of work, Season's End shouldn't be missed either.
Marillion - Seasons End. This was the first Marillion release after the departure of their old front man Fish. Logically people would be anxious to know in what form the band would continue to exist. Simply because I was two years old when this album was released, I never needed to be wondering about the further existence of the band, because I got to know them exactly ten years after the release of "Seasons End". This also leads to a fairly objective way of looking at the album if put into contrast to the history of the band at that moment. Still Seasons End is not a bad neo-prog album. The title track is a sweeping work of real power, with Kelly and Rothery doing their thing once again. although I've often caught myself thinking that Kelly should have solo-ed more and Rothery could have found a little more variety in his lead work, I have few arguments with their work on this one.
|A1||The King Of Sunset Town|
Bagpipes – Jean-Pierre Rasle
|A3||The Uninvited Guest|
Saxophone – Phil Todd
|B3||Hooks In You|
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