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MARILLION - Transmission Impossible (3 CD)

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MARILLION - Transmission Impossible (3 CD)Previously unreleased live broadcast and demos from 1979 to 1988.
Format: CD / Cat No: ETTB160 / Released: 05/04/2024

Track Listing: CD 1: 1. Lady Fantasy (6:20) / 2. Alice (5:36) / 3. The Haunting Of Gill House (7:38) / 4. Herne The Hunter (11:04) / 5. Lady Fantasy (6:38) / 6. Alice (5:49) / 7. Close (9:13) / 8. Time For Sale (4:24) / 9. Skyline Drifter (10:12) / 10. He Knows You Know (3:37) / 11. Garden Party (6:56) / 12. Charting The Single (4:37)

CD 2: 1. Grendel (18:07) / 2. Garden Party (6:46) / 3. Script For A Jesterís Tear (9:00) / 4. Assassing (7:45) / 5. Charting The Single (5:22) / 6. Forgotten Sons (11:42) / 7. He Knows You Know (5:43) / 8. Market Square Heroes (10:22)

CD 3: 1. Slainte Mhath (4:47) / 2. Assassing (7:07) / 3. Introduction To White Russian (1:34) / 4. White Russian (6:55) / 5. Sugar Mice (7:58) / 6. Fugazi (8:31) / 7. Hotel Hobbies (4:14) / 8. Warm Wet Circles (5:58) / 9. That Time Of The Night (5:07) / 10. Waterhole (Expresso Bongo) (1:52) / 11. Childhoodís End? (2:45) / 12. White Feather (4:39) / 13. Incommunicado (5:31) / 14. Garden Party (7:47) / 15. Market Square Heroes (3:01) / 16. Letís Twist Again (1:42) / 17. Market Square Heroes (Reprise)

More information: This new triple CD set focuses on the era during which Fish fronted the band, and features a selection of previously unreleased live broadcast and demo recordings from the years 1979 to 1988.

CD 1 includes a selection of demos and rehearsals going right back to 1979 when the band was still named Silmarillion. When Fish joined the group in 1981, the name was shortened. This set of recordings include the very first rehearsal with Fish on-board, alongside recordings made at The Enidís studio in 1979 and 1980.

CD 2 features Marillionís performance at Reading Festival in August 1983, a show recorded for live transmission and broadcast simultaneously. Still promoting their debut album, Script For A Jesterís Tear at the time, Marillion played a dynamic 75-minute set.

CD 3 features Marillionís show in Berlin, on 18th June 1988, about a month before Fish left the band in July.

Note: Recording quality can vary on these kind of releases.