Monday, May 07, 2001

I can tell by looking at my server logs that I'm having people look for more information about Marillion's Anoraknophobia, so I thought I'd give a few more review comments, now that I've been carrying it along with me for the last several days, and it's available in the UK this week, and the US next week.

All and all, I think all of the tracks are excellent. I think the weakest song is probably The Fruit of the Wild Rose, but I think many of the others are great, from the pop-rock of Map of the World, which in a just world would get radio play, to the mainly uptempo Between You and Me, to the harder rock of Seperated Out. Stylistically this is one of the most varied Marillion albums yet.

If you're interested in checking out a good album, that isn't just a simple pop or rock album, but is something modern, a real 21st Century album, you couldn't go far off by picking this disc up. This is the 21st Century indeed.

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