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Vinyl_tone 14h
Marillion - Script for a Jester's Tear! Fantastic album released in 1983!
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Paul Chew 3m
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PROG-Nosis 23h
Our first album inducted into our Showcase is “Script For A Jester’s Tear”! Check it out now!
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sven bruns Jan 11
Seasons End by Marillion The journey goes on, now the first Album after Fish.
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david mckeen Jan 16
back to 1985 By the way didn't I break your heart?
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コタツムリ🐌@猫族(ฅ•ω•ฅ)ミャァ 15h
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Begin Again 21h
🤘😂 "...Dr. Finlay: "And my advice is if you maintain this lifestyle you won't reach 30" Torch: "Christ - it's a romantic way to go really, it's part of the heritage, it's your round i'n'it?"..."
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Winston Mei Jan 17
with friends from the orchestra
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slainte mhath Jan 11
Replying to @zufo68 @marillion073
Invisible Man Hogarth at his best. Fantastic Place if done by any other band would be radio classic by now.
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web-music-school.com Jan 16
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Gus Salgado  🇦🇷🎶📻📸🎥🚁 Jan 12
Replying to @spacehotel
One of my favours: “Kayleigh” 😆
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Egbert Woerdeman Jan 17
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HaikuReview2015 Jan 12
As a band evolves, a powerful reminder of what got them there.
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The Willow Jan 13
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Martin Quibell Jan 15
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Micha75 Jan 11
First Song on the Radio today: 's Kayleigh Last Song: Mama by . Quiet proggy radio stations in Germany!
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Renger van Loon Jan 11
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Nigel Blake Jan 17
Replying to @JamesMelville
"Living with the big lie"
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Jester Jan 15
Happy birthday ! Bon anniversaire from France !
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Thiago Paulini Jan 16
🎵Easter - Marillion (Sony released in 1989, video from 2011) 🎶
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