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With Script for a Jester’s Tear in 1983 and chart hits "Punch and Judy" and "Kayleigh," Marillion ushered in a post-punk progressive rock renaissance. Drawing on interviews with all band members, past and present, and featuring 150 rare photos and featuring cover artwork by the artist behind Marillion 15 album covers, this is the definitive book on one of the most enduringWith Script for a Jester’s Tear in 1983 and chart hits "Punch and Judy" and "Kayleigh," Marillion ushered in a post-punk progressive rock renaissance. Drawing on interviews with all band members, past and present, and featuring 150 rare photos and featuring cover artwork by the artist behind Marillion 15 album covers, this is the definitive book on one of the most enduring modern progressive rock bands, who enjoy a hardcore underground following in the U.S....

Title : Marillion/Separated Out: The Complete History 1979-2002
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ISBN : 9781900924498
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 288 Pages
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Marillion/Separated Out: The Complete History 1979-2002 Reviews

  • Paul Levy
    2019-03-30 13:48

    A brilliant book about the greatest band of all time, all you might want to know about the albums and music, can't wait for the sequel.

  • Ellie
    2019-04-06 09:45

    A great biography of a great band! Collins takes up the baton from Mick Wall and follows the band's career post 1988.

  • Rick
    2019-04-09 06:45

    Biographer/interviewer Jon Collins wrote this superb book on Neo-Progressive Rock band Marillion. This highly detailed account covers the band from their beginning in 1972 through the split with front man Fish to the search for a new vocalist that led to the hiring of Steve Hogarth and up to their 2002 album and tour. As a fan of the band I found this to be one of the best books about a band that I have ever read...and I've read quite a few.

  • Phil Simon
    2019-04-06 11:04

    I didn't read the first edition of this book because I'm relatively new to the Marillion scene. This is a story of uncompromising artists and perhaps the most dedicated fan base outside of The Dead, Rush, and Dream Theater. Collins' book filled in many of the gaps that I had with respect to the band. I particularly enjoyed the quotes from fans. A few minor quibbles: Some of the English must be UK-specific. Also, I don't know why the design had a full inch at the top of each page. I would have enjoyed more photos and an index. Strange. Also, why there wasn't a bit more background on the guys pre-Marillion is a bit beyond me.Still, this is the definitive book on one of my very favorite bands. There's no other book that comes close.