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I can't see the 'Masterpiece' description,
This review is from: Brave (Audio CD)
I'm just starting to get into Marillion and I first bought Misplaced, then this album, then Clutching at Straws recently.
I had no preconceptions about Fish versus Hogarth etc, but I definitely think that I'm leaning on the Fish side of a preference now.
I've listened to this in its entirety three times now, but the vocals seem too laid back for me, sometimes almost inaudible, whereas I really enjoy the dynamics of the Fish vocals, he sings his guts out sometimes, unlike Hogarth.
I will keep on listening to this but it seems to be overhyped by reviewers on here.
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Initial post: 9 Jan 2011 18:19:28 GMT
Last edited by the author on 9 Jan 2011 18:19:50 GMT
Amazon Customer says:
Hogarth can turn on the emotion and does frequently. But while a rabid Fish-era fan as well, I like the H era no less. Listen for example to Angelina. Very laid back, very trippy, very addictive. (Very un-Fish also)./
Think of the two eras as constituting a gourmet meal: Fish is the first course and H the second. You don't want to start with dessert, do you?
(Fish is the first course as for me H does come into his own when I am listening in the small hours......)
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