Marillion - F E A R
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September 30, 2016 / Release Date
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Amazing, what an adventure.
An amazing album, by an amazing band.
One of the greatest prog rock albums of all times - a marker in time for the band: Misplaced Childhood, Brave, Marbles and now FEAR.
May they continue to record many more pieces of work as good as this.
A wonderful album by neo-progressive rock veterans. After decades of worrisome search for the format that would broaden their audience without compromising their identity, it seems like they've settled down at last for what they love the most: writing emotional music to support their message. And what an album it is!
A brilliant Progressive Rock release from Marillion displaying the band's extraordinary musicality while also featuring Steve Hogarth's superb vocal styling. ‘F.E.a.R.’ is quite the cerebral adventure if one invests the time to sit and listen as the record unfolds. Subtle track layering provides just enough sonic complexity to keep one's interest from start to finish without succumbing to overproduction. For me, the strength of this LP came as quite a surprise as it took a couple of ... read more
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Track List

  1. El Dorado (i) Long-Shadowed Sun
  2. El Dorado (ii) The Gold
  3. El Dorado (III) Demolished Lives
  4. El Dorado (IV) F E a R
  5. El Dorado (V) The Grandchildren of Apes
  6. Living In F E a R
  7. The Leavers (I) Wake Up In Music
  8. The Leavers (II) The Remainers
  9. The Leavers (III) Vapour Trails In the Sky
  10. The Leavers (IV) The Jumble of Days
  11. The Leavers (V) One Tonight
  12. White Paper
  13. The New Kings (I) Fuck Everyone and Run
  14. The New Kings (II) Russia's Locked Doors
  15. The New Kings (III) A Scary Sky
  16. The New Kings (IV) Why Is Nothing Ever True?
  17. Tomorrow's New Country
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