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  • Performer: Marillion
  • Title: Misplaced Childhood
  • Size MP3 ver: 1018 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1955 mb
  • Date of release: 1985
  • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
Marillion - Misplaced Childhood mp3 flac

Tracklist

Pseudo Silk Kimono2:14
Childhoods End?4:32
Kayleigh3:55
Bitter Suite8:15
Heart Of Lothian3:40
Lords Of The Backstage1:59
Lavender2:34
Blind Curve9:27
White Feather2:20
Waterhole (Expresso Bongo)2:07

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EJ 2403401, MRL 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Pur)EMI, EMIEJ 2403401, MRL 2UK1985
SLEM-1315Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMISLEM-1315Mexico1985
066-2403401, 066 24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMI066-2403401, 066 24 0340 1Spain1985
066 24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Gat)EMI066 24 0340 1Spain1985
EMS-81728Marillion Misplaced Childhood = 過ち色の記憶 ‎(LP, Album, Promo)EMIEMS-81728Japan1985
CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMICDP 7 46160 2Europe1985
CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMICDP 7 46160 2Europe1985
CDP 746160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMICDP 746160 2Switzerland1985
CDP 7 46160 2 7Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMICDP 7 46160 2 7Netherlands1985
CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMICDP 7 46160 2France1985
CDP 7 46160 2, 0777 7 46160 2 7Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMI, EMICDP 7 46160 2, 0777 7 46160 2 7UK & Europe1985
CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMICDP 7 46160 2UK & Europe1985
CDP 7 46160 2 Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album)EMICDP 7 46160 2 Netherlands1985
35565 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, Club)EMI United Kingdom35565 1Germany1985
2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI2403404Europe1985
1C 264 24 0340 4Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI1C 264 24 0340 4Germany1985
1C 264 24 0340 4Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI1C 264 24 0340 4Europe1985
EJ2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)Capitol RecordsEJ2403404US1985
238-7461604Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI France238-7461604France1985
EJ 2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMIEJ 2403404UK1985
2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI2403404France1985
238-7461604Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI France238-7461604France1985
E0105-9, TC-EJ 2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI, EMIE0105-9, TC-EJ 2403404Indonesia1985
2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI2403404France1985
4XT 12431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)Capitol Records4XT 12431Canada1985
EMTC 240340Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)PortraitEMTC 240340Israel1985
4XT-12431, 4XT 12431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)Capitol Records, Capitol Records4XT-12431, 4XT 12431US1985
TC EMC 259Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMITC EMC 259New Zealand1985
45 485 0Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album, Club)EMI45 485 0Germany1985
noneMarillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)Abbey Road StudiosnoneUK1985
TC-FA 3258Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album, RE)FameTC-FA 3258UK & Europe1985
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1C 264 24 0340 4Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album, XDR)EMI1C 264 24 0340 4Europe1985
EMI-25044Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMIEMI-25044Venezuela1985
ST-12431, ST 12431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsST-12431, ST 12431Canada1985
EMCJ(D) 2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMIEMCJ(D) 2403401Zimbabwe1985
ST-12431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST-12431US1985
ST-12431, ST 12431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsST-12431, ST 12431Canada1985
EMCJ(D) 2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMIEMCJ(D) 2403401South Africa1985
2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)Vecemi, Música E Discos, Lda.2403401Grenada1985
EMS-81728Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMIEMS-81728Japan1985
32 306-3Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMI32 306-3Europe1985
111027Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMI111027Colombia1985
1C 064 24 0340 1, 1C 064-24 0340 1, 064 24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Adv)EMI, EMI, EMI1C 064 24 0340 1, 1C 064-24 0340 1, 064 24 0340 1Europe1985
EJ 2403401, MRL 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Bla)EMI, EMIEJ 2403401, MRL 2UK1985
EJ 2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Bla)EMIEJ 2403401Ireland1985
ST 512431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Clu)Capitol Industries-EMI, Inc.ST 512431US1985
32 306-3Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Club)EMI32 306-3Europe1985
ST 512431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Club)Capitol RecordsST 512431Canada1985
42 703 9Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Club, Gat)EMI42 703 9Germany1985
24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI24 0340 1Portugal1985
1C 064-24 0340 1, 1C 064 24 0340 1, 064 24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMI, EMI1C 064-24 0340 1, 1C 064 24 0340 1, 064 24 0340 1Europe1985
EMC259Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMIEMC259New Zealand1985
1C 064 24 0340 1, 1C 064-24 0340 1, 064 24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMI, EMI1C 064 24 0340 1, 1C 064-24 0340 1, 064 24 0340 1Germany1985
2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI2403401France1985
64 2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI64 2403401Italy1985
064-2403401, MT 12285Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMIAL S.A.064-2403401, MT 12285Greece1985
EJ 240340, MRL 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMIEJ 240340, MRL 2Israel1985
1C 064-24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI1C 064-24 0340 1Europe1985
1C 064-24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI1C 064-24 0340 1Europe1985
064 24 0340 1, 1C 064 24 0340 1, 1C 064-24 0340 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMI, EMI064 24 0340 1, 1C 064 24 0340 1, 1C 064-24 0340 1Germany1985
31C 064 240340Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI31C 064 240340Brazil1985
2303401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI2303401France1985
064-2403401, MT 12285Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMIAL S.A.064-2403401, MT 12285Greece1985
DJ-12431, ST-12431Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Promo)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsDJ-12431, ST-12431US1985
Nova 75044Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, M/Print, Gat)Nova Nova 75044Taiwan1985
MRLP 2, EJ 2403400Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Pic)EMI, EMIMRLP 2, EJ 2403400UK1985
EJ 240340Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Pur)PortraitEJ 240340Israel1985
EMC.240340, EMC-240340 Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Gat)EMI, EMIEMC.240340, EMC-240340 Australia & New Zealand1985
18320Marillion Niñez Extraviada ‎(Cass, Album)EMI18320Argentina1985
8320Marillion Niñez Extraviada ‎(LP, Album)EMI8320Argentina1985
8320Marillion Niñez Extraviada ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)EMI8320Argentina1985
25044Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI25044Venezuela1986
7461604, TCP 2037Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI, EMI7461604, TCP 2037Turkey1986
264 240 340 4Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI264 240 340 4Greece1986
CAEMI 9164Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)Jugoton, EMICAEMI 9164Yugoslavia1986
LSEMI 11145Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Jugoton, EMILSEMI 11145Yugoslavia1986
25044Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, RE)EMI25044Venezuela1986
CD 368 746160 2, 368 746160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE)EMI, EMICD 368 746160 2, 368 746160 2Brazil1989
EKPL-0225, 7 46160 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album)EMI, EMIEKPL-0225, 7 46160 1South Korea1992
TOCP-8317, 0777 7 46160 2 7Marillion = マリリオン Marillion = マリリオン - Misplaced Childhood = 過ち色の記憶 ‎(CD, Album)EMI, EMITOCP-8317, 0777 7 46160 2 7Japan1994
746160 2, 368 746160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE)EMI, EMI746160 2, 368 746160 2Brazil1994
CD 368 746160 2, 746160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RP)EMI, EMICD 368 746160 2, 746160 2Brazil1994
7243 8 21675 18Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, 180)EMI7243 8 21675 18UK & Europe1997
06076 84530-2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(2xCD, Promo)Sanctuary Records06076 84530-2US1998
497034 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album + CD, Comp + RE, RM)EMI497034 2Brazil1998
7243 4 97034 2 1Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RE, RM)EMI7243 4 97034 2 1Europe1998
7243 497034 2 1, 7243 4 97034 2 1, 497 0342Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM)EMI, EMI, EMI7243 497034 2 1, 7243 4 97034 2 1, 497 0342Italy1998
7243 497034 2 1, 7243 4 97034 2 1, 497 0342Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM)EMI, EMI, EMI7243 497034 2 1, 7243 4 97034 2 1, 497 0342UK & Europe1998
7243 4 97034 2 1, 497 0342Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM)EMI, EMI7243 4 97034 2 1, 497 0342UK & Europe1998
7243 4 97034 2 1, 4 97035 2, 4 97036 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM)EMI, EMI, EMI7243 4 97034 2 1, 4 97035 2, 4 97036 2Canada1998
NR 4508Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Comp, RM)Sanctuary, Never RecordsNR 4508US1998
MRCD 04000211Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial)Not On Label (Marillion)MRCD 04000211Russia2000
527116 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)EMI527116 2Brazil2000
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7243 5 27116 2 8Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)EMI7243 5 27116 2 8UK2000
C2 46160Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RM)Capitol RecordsC2 46160Canada2000
EJ 2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(2xCD, Album, RM, Unofficial)Sanctuary RecordsEJ 2403401Russia2001
06076 84530-2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(2xCD, Album, RM)Sanctuary Records06076 84530-2US2002
TOCP-67786Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)EMITOCP-67786Japan2005
MRCD 04000211Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial, Pap)Vox Humana RecordsMRCD 04000211Russia2005
noneMarillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, Promo)EMI, The Daily MailnoneUK2008
noneMarillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, Promo)The Irish Daily Mail, EMInoneIreland2008
VEJ 2403401Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)EMIVEJ 2403401UK & Europe2013
0190295825539Marillion Misplaced Childhood (2017 Remaster) ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Parlophone0190295825539Europe2017
0190295825539Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Parlophone0190295825539Brazil2017
0190295866884Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + 2xCD + CD, Comp, RE + Blu-ray,)Parlophone0190295866884UK & Europe2017
0190295825515Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)Parlophone0190295825515Europe2017
0190295865511Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM + 3xLP + Box, Dlx, Ltd)Parlophone0190295865511Europe2017
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CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, M/Print)EMICDP 7 46160 2UKUnknown
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CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE)EMICDP 7 46160 2UKUnknown
CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE)EMICDP 7 46160 2UK & EuropeUnknown
CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE)EMICDP 7 46160 2UKUnknown
CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE)EMICDP 7 46160 2UK & EuropeUnknown
CDP 7 46160 2, 0777 7 46160 2 7Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE)EMI, EMICDP 7 46160 2, 0777 7 46160 2 7UKUnknown
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7243 5 27116 2 8Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)EMI7243 5 27116 2 8UKUnknown
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CDP 7 46160 2Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)EMI CDP 7 46160 2RussiaUnknown
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7461604Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album)EMI France7461604NetherlandsUnknown
64 2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album, Cle)EMI64 2403404ItalyUnknown
64 2403404Marillion Misplaced Childhood ‎(Cass, Album, Dol)EMI64 2403404ItalyUnknown
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Album

Misplaced Childhood is the third studio album by the British neo-progressive rock band Marillion, released in 1985. It is a concept album loosely based on the childhood of Marillion's lead singer, Fish, who was inspired by a brief incident that occurred while he was under the influence of acid. The album was recorded during the spring of 1985 at Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin and produced by Chris Kimsey, who had previously worked with the Rolling Stones. Misplaced Childhood is the group's most. Marillion - Misplaced Childhood Full Album 1985. Classic Rock. David Bowie - Ziggy StarDust Full Album - Misplaced Childhood 1985. To favorites 27 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Rock Art Rock. Armed with a handful of lyrics born out of a self-confessed acid trip, Fish came up with the elaborate concept for 1985's Misplaced Childhood. Touching upon his early childhood experiences and his inability to deal with a slew of bad breakups exacerbated by a never-ending series of rock star-type indulgences, Misplaced Childhood would prove to be not only the band's most accomplished release to date, but also its most streamlined. Marillion - Misplaced Childhood 1985. free to Marillion Misplaced Childhood Pseudo Silk Kimono, Kayleigh and more. 10 tracks 38:44. Misplaced Childhood is the third studio album of the neo-progressive rock band Marillion. It was released in 1985 and has been their most commercially successful album, reaching number one in the UK album charts in June 1985 and spending a total of 41 weeks on the chart, the longest chart residency of a Marillion album. Misplaced Childhood. Released 1985. Misplaced Childhood Tracklist. Pseudo Silk Kimono 's 3rd Studio Album, Misplaced Childhood is a single album & was released in June 1985. This album was remastered in 1998. Available release versions: 2CD Remastered Version: Includes the original album plus bonus disc. Standard Jewel case with CD booklet featuring Lyrics & original album art. Download Version: Audio download not available. Vinyl Version: 180g heavyweight Vinyl version featuring original album artwork. COVER ARTWORK. CD 1 . Ищете треки из альбома Misplaced Childhood исполнителя Marillion Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Misplaced Childhood is the album that turned Marillion into bona fide rock stars. Its also the record that broke the group. Misplaced Childhood turns 30 this year, and remains the biggest-selling album of both Marillions and Fishs careers. The singer, whos now planning to retire from touring, will celebrate its birthday by performing the album in full later this year. Marillion, meanwhile, are busy writing a new album. You sense that the past especially their past with Fish sometimes seems like a foreign country. But Misplaced Childhood is an album they remember fondly. As keyboard player Mark Kelly admits: It was the album that saved us

Performer

Our music costs a lot of money to make, and by buying our CDs, DVDs & merchandise direct from us you're ensuring that we can continue to make music in the years to come. If you upload our music to file-sharing networks, giving it away for free, you're jeopardising our very future. If you want other people to hear our music, just ask them to come to this page where they can download a 'Crash Course' sampler, with our compliments, for FREE. Otherwise purchase an album or DVD It really does make a difference. Marillion - Somewhere Else. Marillion - Fantastic Place. Marillion - Quartz. This is the end. my only friend, the end. Marillion: все альбомы, включая Made Again 2020 , With Friends from the Orchestra , Cannibal Surf Babe и другие. Listen to music from Marillion like Kayleigh - 2017 Remaster, Kayleigh & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Marillion. Marillion are a rock band formed in Aylesbury, England. Their 30-year career is marked by two distinctive phases the early years fronted by Fish which saw their greatest commercial success, and much longer period fronted by Steve Hogarth in which the band have constantly re-invented themselves so as to continue to be relevant into the 21st century. Best songs and music of artist Marillion. Download mp3, listen online for free, on your phone or computer. Are a British rock band, formed in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, in 1979. They emerged from the post-punk music scene in Britain and existed as a bridge between the styles of punk rock and classic progressive rock, becoming the most commercially successful neo-progressive rock band of the 1980s. Marillion - Kayleigh 04:03, 320Kbs. Marillion - Bitter Suite: Brief Encounter, Lost Weekend, Blue Angel, Misplaced Rendezvous, Windswept Thumb 07:55, 320Kbs. Marillion - Lavender Blue 04:22, 320Kbs. Marillion - Neverland 11:37, 320Kbs. s progressive rock. Marillion məˈrɪliən are a British rock band, formed in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, in 1979. They emerged from the post-punk music scene in Britain and existed as a bridge between the styles of punk rock and classic progressive rock, becoming the premier neo-progressive rock band of the 1980s. Marillion's recorded studio output since 1982 is composed of nineteen albums, generally regarded in two distinct eras, delineated by the departure of original lead singer Fish in late 1988 and the subsequent. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Marillion: Are a British rock band, formed in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, in 1979. Kayleigh, Sounds That Can't Be Made, Pseudo Silk Kimono и другие песни. MARILLION - FISH 1982 - 1988 The music is directed around the poetic and sometimes fantasy lyrics of the lead singer Fish, who sounds very much like Peter Gabriel. The band got their best successes, both artistically, progressively and commercially. Script For A Jester's Tear showed influences from many of the great 70's progressive bands

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Comments (25)

Arith
Got this one, but with cd1 from the 2005 japanese edition. CD 2 is the same as here.Someone else ?
Dark_Sun
Also with black label, and promo sticker on the back
Llbery
I have this LP but at the back says 1986 not 1985 and besides is a gatefold version.
Drelalen
After listening to it for a few times, i think the dynamic range on the original pressings from the 80s were a bit better, but it's still far away from being worse. I still got some distortions during the end of each side, probably a bit more than with the original 80s pressing, which is kind of weird.Another important addition: It says that this live concert from Utrecht 1985 has already been released on singles, for example, "Heart Of Lothian" contained "Chelsea Monday".The thing is: Listen to "Chelsea Monday" from the single and from this boxset version, you will notice: These are two different performances! Marillion played in Utrecht on the 15th and 16 of October 1985, thus i assume that they used a different day for this release. Or, probably even worse, a mix of both of them?Who knows for sure, while it remains true that an Utrecht concert has been already released previously in the 80s, this one is from another night and thus can't be compared to previous releases.Beside that, what a great version of "The Web", far better than the version from "Script.." tour!
Xanna
Wonderful audio quality of this vinyl! Amazing! No hissing or cracking! Marillion Rules!
Coiwield
My copy has light crackles in the most quietest and inopportune moments - why can't they make these pressings to a higher standard? I guess I will look for an OG one day
Shakataxe
I have the same , its common in todays releases...
Kulabandis
I only have this, and a cd. But I am listening now, and it sounds amazing.
Brakora
I have the 2013 180g pressing, Is this 2017 pressing any different from the EMI pressing 2013... or is it just relabeled with a remastered sticker ?
bass
Does anyone have this? If so is it recommended? I have a U.K. original and wondered if it improves on that.
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Just got this today, was only £9 on Amazon. My other copies are a UK original, an Aussie "Not For Resale" pressing and the 1997 EMI 100 reissue. The bass on this one is a bit better defined than the others and I'm liking it a lot so far. For some reason there's now a very obvious gap between "Bitter Suite" and "Heart of Lothian" (although "HoL" now starts in the correct place this time!). The "gap" sounds like the piano fade has been cut too soon. I don't believe this is a vinyl issue, it's clearly a remastering choice done by Steven Wilson. "HoL" itself sounds very very good on this pressing, better than on the copies I own.The vinyl itself is slightly dished on side two, but it's noise and scratch free. CAME WITH A POLYLINED INNER SLEEVE!!!
thrust
Its very good remaster. I don't have the UK original so I can't compare if its better...
Shezokha
It is a 2017 remaster so yeah it improves but it still depends on what you prefer.
Snake Rocking
It's worth pointing out that all pre-orders of this album from Fish or Marillion came autographed by either party (I have the Fish one).
Gashakar
The two sickly sweet "happy ending" tracks on this album, destroys the classic status it could have had. "For she got to carry on with her life and you got to carry on with yours", embarrasing clichés, even for a Mills & Boon novel, that is sub-standard writing.
Ygglune
I agre with Numanoid, the final of the album is a mere eclipse to all the magic effort of the rest of it. imho "white feather" is a so stupid lullaby...they should call Iron maiden to make an epic final. is indecent a masterpiece like this album, which is one of the best albums ever - for me no dark side of the moon could beat it - oh well is indecent it ends with the FADE-OUT final... so shameless!!!!! but anyway till the end of blinde curve is the best album ever. no story, some sessions has the most magic atmosphere i ever heard... just "bitter suite" trash away many other so called "milestones" (cuckoo to you, selling england).
Zulkigis
A bit like 'Machine and Soul' then...Fish in his Writing has come a long way since this album..since 81 actually..much like Gary..
Saberblade
The best album ever made. It's my childhood. IT'S YOUR CHILDHOOD. It's childhood.
Boraston
This DMM edition from France actually sounds quite decent.
Skunk Black
sorry vinnie but i do NOT absolutely agree with you. i have this good reissue, plus a first Italian pressing, and this one sounds very similar to the original. i didn't experiment any strong surface noise, nor a compressed sound and the bass range is tight and deep as it was the first.yes there is a background "screeching" sounding effect, which in my opinion is just the proof of the original master tape usage; i think that noise is the master tape running during the cutting, nothing similar to MP3 or low resolution files. this is EMI we are talking about, and for Marillion they claim those reissues to used the original master production, not a digital remaster or other sources. the vinyl is mild in my system. no surface noise even in "pseudo silk-kimono" and Fish voice and other instrumental parts sound strong and punchy. even the volume for me is at a decent level, well being sincere i don't think there is need to turn the volume more than 12 o'clock. don't know that happened to vinnievince, but i absolutely think this is a very good edition. the only thing i noticed, and very odd, is a strong IGD towards the end of the record, but it could be a tracking problem in my system. it starts from "heart of lothian" in Side A, but nothing unbearable, just a distortion in the last track, it's a vinyl reality. if someone ask me which is better between this and the first Italian copy i still have in VG+ conditions, i couldn't choose. they sound goodamned similar. perhaps, but this is just a feeling, the first had a brighter and stronger top-end on treble. but this is a detail. anyway, for me is more than a good reissue. buy it!
Gribandis
PITOLINO i think is not a question of equipment. mine is a pioneer PL112D with a Grado gold, a pioneer amplifier and a couple of Wharfedale loudspeakers. well, being sincere i find this reissue sound imprint very similar to my original and not nearly fault as you described. the onyl common things are the "screeching" noise and the inner groove distortions. about EMI: on every forum i red this entry, and moreover on Steve Hoffman forum they confirmed about the usage of original master tapes production, and, i think you should know, this is a forum where they are NEVER happy! :) Lucy jordache confirmed this too, so i do not have doubts to make pointless statements about this. the cutting was made at abbey road yes, and if you see the deadwax there is the typycal i,,,i mark, the same appeared for the Beatles mono analogue box-set. i don't wanna go again in this discussion since i think we have different opinions, but i can tell you honeslty EMI says when digital copies or transfers were used. PF, duran duran for example had (and queen too) had the "digital remaster" sticker on the barcode. so i don't see the reason, yet again, to doubt in those which were confirmed by them and many sources plus my hear too. yes i agree with you the other reissue were superb, apart from CAS which is very odd. sound is rather than muffled and in order to obtain a decent volume you have to turn it up to 12/13 o'clock, and all the tunes are so quiet. MC is faraway from this. greetings from italy! :) Hi, I agree about the Beatles mono box set, it's the best thing I heard on vinyl so far and they did an amazing job at the abbey road studio.For this Marillion re-release, I find it very bad, maybe I got a faulty copy?!? It doesn't sound good, very low output sound, digital distortion sounds especially at the beginning and ending of each side of the vinyl, lack of bass, noisy vinyl... Compare it with the original UK is like day and night. They maybe use the original master tapes and cut it all in analogue process, but I don't like it. Rush also release recently all their albums on vinyl and they was made also at the abbey road studio and cut with the DMM technique... They never said or claim they was made with the analogue master tapes but my guess is that they use the remastered digital tapes... They sound not good also, well some of them sound ok but it's far away from the original releases. The 1980 to 1988 period so from Moving Pictures to Hold your fire was record in analogue and mixed in digital to begin with so of course I didn't expected to hear all analogue production, the digital console use at the time to mix those albums was only a 16 bits format so it limit the range of the sound but anyway, I didn't like them and I prefer the original Canadian pressings on the Anthem label (not the Mercury label from the USA). Anyway, I have no doubt about the great ability and very good personal and equipment they use at the Abbey road studio, but those Marillion rereleases sound suspect to my hears... Lol Well enough bla bla bla about this release. I'mglad you find it good. And yes, collecting records is a great passion. Have a good day.
Gogal
i think is not a question of equipment. mine is a pioneer PL112D with a Grado gold, a pioneer amplifier and a couple of Wharfedale loudspeakers. well, being sincere i find this reissue sound imprint very similar to my original and not nearly fault as you described. the onyl common things are the "screeching" noise and the inner groove distortions. about EMI: on every forum i red this entry, and moreover on Steve Hoffman forum they confirmed about the usage of original master tapes production, and, i think you should know, this is a forum where they are NEVER happy! :) Lucy jordache confirmed this too, so i do not have doubts to make pointless statements about this. the cutting was made at abbey road yes, and if you see the deadwax there is the typycal i,,,i mark, the same appeared for the Beatles mono analogue box-set. i don't wanna go again in this discussion since i think we have different opinions, but i can tell you honeslty EMI says when digital copies or transfers were used. PF, duran duran for example had (and queen too) had the "digital remaster" sticker on the barcode. so i don't see the reason, yet again, to doubt in those which were confirmed by them and many sources plus my hear too. yes i agree with you the other reissue were superb, apart from CAS which is very odd. sound is rather than muffled and in order to obtain a decent volume you have to turn it up to 12/13 o'clock, and all the tunes are so quiet. MC is faraway from this. greetings from italy! :)
Perius
Well, I have 3 different versions, the first UK pressing, the first German pressing and that reissue. The German pressing is by far the best sounding of all the 3. The original UK sound as good but is more noisy. That reissue is not good at all. I don't know what kind of equipment you have but on mine it doesn't sound good if I compare to the original one and the German... The German and UK are both Near mint by the way, no hair lines, no scratches, they are like new and they are both much more silent than this reissue. The UK one is not as quiet but it's far better than the reissue for sure.It's not because it's made by EMI that it's automatically a great reissue, it's not EMI who cut the vinyl and press them and they can claim whatever they want about being cut from the master tapes but they don't mention if it's cut from digital copy from the master tapes! Almost all the new reissue are done that way now and only minimal amount of reissue are done all analogue, even at abbey road studio who they cut a lot of new reissue they use digital copy of the master tapes. And the noise you hear is not the sound from a tapes (tape hiss), it's really a digital sound. Same for the volume, it's very low if comparing to the original UK vinyl, the bass is almost non present and the treble are muffled. Among all the Marillion reissues, it's the one with the more bad reviews in term of sound quality! Apparently, the other ones sound better so maybe they screw up that one, I don't know but everyone that I know and buy that reissue return it for a refund.
Qwert
Very poor edition of this masterpiece!!! Better look for a first UK press. The sound is just horrible, it have a weird noise from start to finish, like an electric signal on the right channel and it's not from my turntable since I have the original UK press and it sound way better. It's seem to me that the LP is cut from a digital copy of the remastered album, probably low resolution files like mp3... The bass sound is boosted and you can hear a lot of EQ in the sound as well who is not in the original first press. Also, the sound level is very low so you have to increase the volume way too much and all you hear is all the defects and bad weird sound in the background. The gatefold sleep is ok, it's a good reproduction of the original one but the colours are way more unrealistic and too bright. the only positive point about this edition is the beautifull record label who is made from elements of the front and back cover images. The vinyl is not quiet and have a lot of pops and clicks when you at it. Just listen to the beginning of the first track and you will notice the weird electrical noise in the background, you will hear it also at the end of the last track of the side 1 and same for side 2... At the middle of the side 1 and 2, the sound start being mor compressed and noisy, like if you listen to a very old record... I read on a web forum that it's the worse release of this album, Marillion did release all the other records on LP in 2012-2013 and apparently only this one sound bad! So stay away from it and try to find an original UK press with the black label or purple label... Mine is the black label one and sound very good...
Nagis
I first heard Misplaced Childhood when I was serving in the military in Germany. My roommate at the time was heavily into the albums like this. When he played it for me I was bowled over. There was so much happening, it was lyrical and did what all good music is supposed to, make you forget for awhile. The album is twenty-five years old but it still surprises me that some people do not know about this gem. There were three singles from the album: Kayleigh, Lavender & Heart of Lothian as well as a video that was played on MTV in 1985.The album was the band’s first concept album, Fish said it came to him after a 10 hour acid trip and the tracks are mostly autobiographical. It was an album that spoke of loss of not only of childhood innocence, but love and one’s place in society. One of the central themes is the loss of childhood and the need to be accepted in the larger world. The lyrics accomplish this through the use of nursery rhyme like lyrics (the use of words like dilly-dilly, penny for your thoughts) and imagery (“Do you remember chalk hearts melting on a playground wall”) over simple melodies. As the album progresses the desperation and alienation become more evident.All the tracks on the first side and the second side (remember days of cassettes and vinyl record) are continuous, where on track carries over to the next. Before they recorded the album Fish would tell the audience that they had time for one more song called, “Misplaced Childhood” which the band would play the album in its entirety.There are definite moments that recall days of early Genesis even with Fish sounding like Peter Gabriel every so often. Though the musicianship doesn’t rival of the progressive rock bands before them like Genesis, Yes or Emerson Lake & Palmer it still holds up as a brilliant album and one I go back to time and time again. If anyone is at all interested in Marillion than this is the best jumping off point. If this album grabs you and you want more I recommend Script for a Jester’s Tear or Clutching at Straws. Assassining on their second album Fugazi is a great track that needs to be heard by anyone that is interested in progressive rock.

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