'Brave' remains the watermark for the Hogarth era, but this is a close challenger to that crown. The price of this CD alone is justified by 'Interior Lulu', an absolutely wonderful, imaginative, inventive, restless, adventurous and and unforgettable epic. Marillion are the only band currently recording that still believe in exploring longevity in popular music, in an age of loops, samples and vacuous repetition. Of the other tracks, 'Go!' is brilliant and inspired -- similar to 'Beautiful' from 'Afraid of Sunlight' -- while 'House' is one of their more welcome 'new directions' and has some of the best drumming ever to feature on a Marillion CD. Ignore the comments of Fish-throwbacks and 80s nostalgics (hey, I was there, it wasn't that good, y'know) and keep yourself up to date, like the band have, with 'Marillion.com'. Great stuff.