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Favourite Music Album of 2020-2021 So Far...
#21
I only like Code Red enough for my playlist. Gave the whole thing a listen and the rest is a bit redundant. All of their material tends to be, but like Rock or Bust the song, they can hit a perfect balance of new and familiar a little bit. The rest is just filler or outright self-plagiarism. At least Axl Rose would have brought something new to their sound. Kudos to Brian and his recovery—at first it sounded like his performing days were done. He sounds very much alive and snarling.
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#22
Got the latest Elvis Costello album for Christmas. It's brilliant - I've always loved Elvis, but he can be hit & miss, but Hey Clockface is great. It's a weird mix up of "trad" rocky Costello tunes and ragtime/Tin Pan Alley stuff. It shouldn't work, but it does,

Think this is my favourite, but it's hard to choose,

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#23
It seems an age ago now, but I was a huge Marillion fan growing up - the early incarnation with Fish. I saw Fish on one of his first solo tours at the Town & Country Club in Kentish Town in 1993/94ish, but I kinda lost touch with his music after that.

Anyway, he's released his final album - Weltschmerz- in 2020 & after reading a lot of positive reviews i decided to give it a go. It's dense listen, with loads of songs clocking in at over 10 minutes, but I'm slowly getting into it. Hearing shades of Misplaced Childhood/Clutching At Straws era Marillion in it.

This, though - about a man suffering with dementia - is beautiful - possibly the best thing he's ever written,

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#24
Maybe this emoji will do just as well - given that it appears in a well-known Nirvana video  Wink

Cheer Cheer Cheer

I'd forgotten about this thread to be honest and we are now into a new year for music  Big Grin 

Keep those suggestions/recommendations coming in  Heart

Fish's voice sounds much better in a lower singing key I would say. 

He hadn't looked after his voice too well from the '90s due to drinking lots of booze, so he can't really sing the older demanding Marillion songs like he used to. But this sounds a fitting way on to end his musical output.

Quote:Anyway, he's released his final album - Weltschmerz- in 2020 & after reading a lot of positive reviews i decided to give it a go. It's dense listen, with loads of songs clocking in at over 10 minutes, but I'm slowly getting into it. Hearing shades of Misplaced Childhood/Clutching At Straws era Marillion in it.
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