Marillion: Clutching at Straws

SKU: 36918508
Marillion: Clutching at Straws

Marillion: Clutching at Straws

SKU: 36918508

Format: CD

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Title: Clutching at Straws
Label: Rhino / Parlophone

Deluxe edition with Blu-ray. Following the multi-platinum success of Marillion's concept album Misplaced Childhood, the British quintet returned in 1987 with it's fourth studio album, Clutching At Straws. The album peaked at No. 2 on the U.K. charts, where it scored Top 40 hits with "Incommunicado," "Sugar Mice," and "Warm Wet Circles." Considered by many to be one of the neo-prog rocker's finest, Clutching At Straws would also turn out to be Marillion's final studio release with original singer Fish. The collection features a new version of Clutching At Straws remixed in 2018 by Andy Bradfield and Avril Mackintosh as well as a concert recording of Marillon performing in Scotland at the Edinburgh Playhouse in December 1987 during the group's final tour of Fish-era. It was mixed by Michael Hunter. In concert, the band plays songs that span it's entire career up to that point with "Garden Party" from it's 1983 debut Script for a Jester's Tear; "Kayleigh" from Misplaced Childhood (1985); and "Warm Wet Circles" from Clutching at Straws.


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