Whether they still even qualify as 'prog' is a matter of some debate, but new Marillion is due out in the next month.
First track ("Power"):
Type O Negative
With modern Marillion, I usually like their singles and their long-form songs - it's everything in between (the album filler that comprises some 60+% of their albums) that has been awful. That average track length foretells of some long-form songs.
The longest song on Somewhere Else is under 8 minutes. Only one song on each of the Happiness Is The Road discs breaks 8 minutes, the longest at 10:05. I'm hoping the return to lengthy songs means a return to songs like The Invisible Man, Ocean Cloud, and Neverland (three 12+ pieces on the full edition of Marbles, IMHO their last strong album. It had good short singles, too.)
Last edited by thatmarkguy; 08-23-2012 at 09:20 AM.
Ah, hadn't heard that the running time was that long. That does hold some promise, then.
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Woke up to new Dino Jr and finally a legit rip of The Seer.
Bob Mould's latest is streaming for free online, and it's eating my face right now.
I preordered my copy from Merge, and I am watching the mail for it like a little kid.
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