I'm so old, I saw Marillion before they had a record deal. I bought 'market Square Heroes' on the day of release from Woolies in Princes Street. And here they are 14 albums on, still going, but far removed from the out and out over the top progsters of yore. Nowadays, Marillion have more in common with the likes of Muse, Porcupine Tree and latter day Pink Floyd than anything else. Which is fine if you like tasteful, refined, polite rock. The poorly titled 'Thankyou...' is a bittersweet ballad, full of atmospheric keyboards and a guitar part David Gilmour would be proud to call his own. As as is their wont these days, this was a multi format attempt to have a hit single (no 15, I think) and this version contains the rockier AA side 'Most Toys', which is as hard as Marillion get these days, a leftover from the "Somewhere Else" sessions called 'Circular Ride', which I think is actually as old as "Marbles", and is a poppy hurdy gurdy ride of song, and a live version of 'The Wound' rounds things off. If you've been wondering what Marillion are all about these days, this is a good way to find out.