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Release date: October 1983
Style: Progressive rock

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8.8 | 6 votes

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1 wants it


01. Script For A Jester's Tear
02. Garden Party
03. The Web
04. Chelsea Monday
05. He Knows You Know
06. Forgotten Sons
07. Market Square Heroes
08. Grendel

+ He Knows You Know
+ Backstage
+ Market Square Heroes [excerpt]
+ Fish Interview


Additional info
Reissued on DVD July 2003
Recorded 1982, 1983



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JohnDoe - 10.02.2010 at 18:05  
Rating: 9 I loved watching and listening to this live performance - it's marillion's debut album played in its entirety plus the famous Grendel epic and Market Square Heroes from their 1982 EP. Marillion may not have been a really original in early 80s, being obviously influenced by 70s Genesis for instance. But as most of 70s band dropped their progressive sound and started playing pop music or AOR, I think it takes a lot of courage to go against the times and make progressive rock in the British music scene flooded with new wave and synth pop at the time. Marillion risked a lot and brought a little bit of prog back.

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