Tag Archive: Deluxe Campaign Edition

Prog Review 123: Sounds That Cant Be Made – Marillion

It’s finally here! Yes, this is my review of the 17th studio album by British prog stalwarts, Marillion. Don’t forget to check out my unboxing video for this too!

To buy your copy of this album, go here: http://bit.ly/soundsthatcantbemade

First Look: Sounds That Can’t Be Made [Deluxe Campaign Edition] – Marillion

This month Marillion release their latest long-player in the form of “Sounds that Can’t Be Made” and seeing as I pre-ordered this, I have the Deluxe Campaign Edition in my grubby mitts and presented here for you, along with my usual subversive commentary.

Don’t worry, a review will follow.

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Prog Review 117: Marbles “Deluxe Campaign Edition” – Marillion

Seeing as Marillion are releasing their new album “Sounds That Can’t Be Made” this month, I thought I’d do some reviews centred around that band.

You can get your copy of the album from: http://bit.ly/marbles2cd