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Marillion - A Sunday Night Above The Rain: Holland (2014)

2-06-2014, 19:11
Music | Rock

Marillion - A Sunday Night Above The Rain: Holland (2014)

Artist: Marillion
Title Of Album: A Sunday Night Above The Rain: Holland
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Prog. Rock
Label: Eagle Rock
Quality: MP3 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 135:21
Total Size: 312 Mb

CD 1:
1. Gaza (19:18)
2. Waiting To Happen (5:43)
3. Lucky Man (7:35)
4. This Strange Engine (18:54)
5. Pour My Love (6:22)
6. Neverland (11:47)
7. Invisible Ink (6:19)

CD 2:
1. Montreal (14:50)
2. Power (6:19)
3. Sounds That Can't Be Made (8:52)
4. The King Of Sunset Town (8:07)
5. The Sky Above The Rain (12:56)
6. Garden Party ( 8:14)

One of MARILLION’s strongest live releases so far will be released in July in North America. Called A Sunday Night Above The Rain, it will be released as a 2CD set and on digital formats on July 22nd via earMusic/Eagle Rock Entertainment.

Recorded on March 10th, 2013 at the band’s bi-annual MARILLION Weekend at Center Parcs in Port Zelande, the Netherlands, this live release is presented in the best possible sound quality. For the first time, MARILLION performed all of the tracks from their widely acclaimed and most recent studio album Sounds That Can’t Be Made. Besides the eight album tracks, the band also played a selection of fan favorites ranging from “This Strange Engine” to “Garden Party”.

Thousands of fans traveled from over 44 countries around the world to be a part of this truly amazing night. A Sunday Night Above The Rain encapsulates and celebrates the success and fan adoration of one of progressive rock’s most innovative bands.

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