Axxis Albums Ranked From Best To Worst


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Created by: majormalfunction | 26.10.2020



1. Axxis - Eyes of Darkness
2001 Rating: 8 Top picks: Eyes of Darkness, When The Sun Goes Down, Wonderland
2. Axxis - Time Machine
2004 Rating: 8 Top picks: Alive, Angel of Death, Lost in the Darkness
3. Axxis - Doom of Destiny
2007 Rating: 8 Top picks: I Hear You Cry, Astoria, She Got Nine Lifes
4. Axxis - Paradise in Flames
2006 Rating: 8 Top picks: Take My Hand, Lady Moon, Ice Wind
5. Axxis - Kingdom of the Night II
2014 Rating: 8 Top picks: 21 Crosses, Dance Into Life, Kingdom of the Night II
6. Axxis - Matters of Survival
1995 Rating: 7 Top picks: On My Own, All My Life, Back in My Bones
7. Axxis - Virus Of A Modern Time
2020 Rating: 7 Top Picks: Last Eagle, Mother Money, Virus of a Modern Time
8. Axxis - Back to the Kingdom
2000 Rating: 6 Top picks: Shadowman, Why Not, White Lights
9. Axxis - Axxis II
1990 Rating: 6 Top picks: Little Look Back, The World Is Looking in Their Eyes, Get Down
10. Axxis - Kingdom of the Night
1989 Rating: 6 Top picks: Never Say Never, Kingdom of the Night, The Moon
11. Axxis - Utopia
2009 Rating: 6 Top picks: Heavy Rain, Underworld, Utopia
12. Axxis - The Big Thrill
1993 Rating: 6 Top picks: Against a Brick Wall, Road to Never Neverland, Brother Moon
13. Axxis - Retrolution
2017 Rating: 6 Top picks: Burn! Burn! Burn!, Burn Down Your House, Welcome To My Nightmare
14. Axxis - Monster Hero
2018 Rating: 5 Top picks: Firebird, Glory to the Brave, Living as Outlaws
15. Axxis - Voodoo Vibes
1997 Rating: 4 Top picks: Sarajevo, Spider



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30.10.2020 - 15:24
JoHn DoE
I'm surprised you paid so much attention to this band.

Now do a Marillion marathon and make a Marillion list.
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30.10.2020 - 21:07
Written by JoHn DoE on 30.10.2020 at 15:24

I'm surprised you paid so much attention to this band.


So am I

Written by JoHn DoE on 30.10.2020 at 15:24

Now do a Marillion marathon and make a Marillion list.


I would love to but I don't think it will happen in the near future. I'm so unfamiliar with most Hogarth-era albums, so it seems like a huge project to make a fair list of their albums. Maybe I could make one containing their 8 first albums + Marbles
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31.10.2020 - 01:00
JoHn DoE
Written by majormalfunction on 30.10.2020 at 21:07


Written by JoHn DoE on 30.10.2020 at 15:24

Now do a Marillion marathon and make a Marillion list.


I would love to but I don't think it will happen in the near future. I'm so unfamiliar with most Hogarth-era albums, so it seems like a huge project to make a fair list of their albums. Maybe I could make one containing their 8 first albums + Marbles


My mistake, i thought since you listed Marillion as a favorite band, I thought you listened to their albums.
I love Marillion and I find it quite challenging if not impossible to create a most favorite to least favorite list.
Bands with great discographies are the most challenging to make lists for (Threshold, Rush, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Fates Warning to name a few).
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31.10.2020 - 11:18
Written by JoHn DoE on 31.10.2020 at 01:00

My mistake, i thought since you listed Marillion as a favorite band, I thought you listened to their albums.
I love Marillion and I find it quite challenging if not impossible to create a most favorite to least favorite list.
Bands with great discographies are the most challenging to male lists for (Threshold, Rush, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Fates Warning to name a few).


I do consider them as one of my favourite bands but when I listen to them it's 80% of the time the Fish era, either the studio albums or the live albums/ bootlegs. The other times it's either Brave, Seaons's End, Marbles or Afraid of Sunlight. It really sucks I don't have better knowledge of rest of their albums

I will try make a Rush list soon, i'm very familiar with their entire discography so no need to listen to most of their albums mulitply times to create a nice list. Fates Warning would be fun to do, then I would have a good reason to check out some of their albums i've missed (No Exit and Inside Out comes to mind).
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31.10.2020 - 11:28
JoHn DoE
Written by majormalfunction on 31.10.2020 at 11:18

Written by JoHn DoE on 31.10.2020 at 01:00

My mistake, i thought since you listed Marillion as a favorite band, I thought you listened to their albums.
I love Marillion and I find it quite challenging if not impossible to create a most favorite to least favorite list.
Bands with great discographies are the most challenging to male lists for (Threshold, Rush, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Fates Warning to name a few).


I do consider them as one of my favourite bands but when I listen to them it's 80% of the time the Fish era, either the studio albums or the live albums/ bootlegs. The other times it's either Brave, Seaons's End, Marbles or Afraid of Sunlight. It really sucks I don't have better knowledge of rest of their albums



You need to listen to This Strange Engine (the epic title song is amazing), Anoraknophobia, a bit experimental for Marillion, but that's why I love it, Sounds That Can't Be Made (the epic Gaza is a must listen). FEAR from 2016 was a solid album as well.

I don't think Marillion released anything unlistenable.
Radiation, usually thought of as their weakest - Three Minute Boy, Born to Run and Cathedral Wall are great
marillion.com - has a couple of poppy, Beatle-esque songs, but a good album if you ask me.
Somewhere Else - title song and The Wound are must lsitens, definitely not a bad album.
Happiness Is the Road - double album, true, not as good as Marbles, but a lot of good songs on each one.
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01.11.2020 - 13:18
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Written by JoHn DoE on 31.10.2020 at 11:28



You need to listen to This Strange Engine (the epic title song is amazing), Anoraknophobia, a bit experimental for Marillion, but that's why I love it, Sounds That Can't Be Made (the epic Gaza is a must listen). FEAR from 2016 was a solid album as well.

I don't think Marillion released anything unlistenable.
Radiation, usually thought of as their weakest - Three Minute Boy, Born to Run and Cathedral Wall are great
marillion.com - has a couple of poppy, Beatle-esque songs, but a good album if you ask me.
Somewhere Else - title song and The Wound are must lsitens, definitely not a bad album.
Happiness Is the Road - double album, true, not as good as Marbles, but a lot of good songs on each one.


Thanks very much for the recommendations! I will do myself a favour and listen to some of these in the coming weeks, seems like a fun road to go down I love how there are always new music to discover
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