marillion dies fishless,,fish lives on.Occasionally it hurts to start following a band , seeing them live ,and buying cd's ,and DVD's ,and sell the band to your buds ,and somewhere around the fourth release , an amazing ,terrible ,black cloud sets itself around the band ,as the singer leaves,or a different , and almost impossible search begins to fill that hole , or they just break-up.I was turned onto MARILLION ,by a buddy who owns a record and cd,dvd shop,he advi..
So often, a band will re-release old material with the claim that it has been remastered, but the music itself doesn't sound all that drastically different. That cannot be said for this CD. From the moment that "Script For A Jester's Tear" (the song itself) started playing, the difference in sound quality was astounding. Fish's vocals, over Mark Kelly's keys, were so clear and commanding. Gone also was the unusual momentary dip in volume that always occurre..