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Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made Mp3

  • Performer: Marillion
  • Album: Sounds That Can't Be Made
  • Label: Ear Music
  • Catalog #: 0208169ERE
  • MP3: 2986 mb | FLAC: 2990 mb
  • Released: 17 Sep 2012
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 050
  • Category: Rock
Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made Mp3

Tracklist

1Montréal14:04
2The Sky Above The Rain10:34
3Lucky Man6:58
4Pour My Love6:02
5Invisible Ink5:47
6Power6:06
7Sounds That Can't Be Made7:16
8Gaza17:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RBNCD-1119Marillion Sounds That Can't Be Made ‎(CD, Album + CD)Rubicon MusicRBNCD-1119Japan2012
SZCD 6085-12Marillion Sounds That Can't Be Made ‎(CD, Album)Союз, Ear MusicSZCD 6085-12Russia2012
IntactCD17Marillion Sounds That Can't Be Made ‎(CD, Album)Intact RecordsIntactCD17UK2012
IntactCD17Marillion Sounds That Can't Be Made ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, NTSC + Box, Ltd)Intact RecordsIntactCD17UK2012
ER202852Marillion Sounds That Can't Be Made ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Ear Music ER202852Russia2012

Credits

  • A&RLucy Jordache
  • ArtworkSimon Ward
  • Artwork [Gaza Artwork]Antonio Seijas
  • Backing VocalsDiana Stanbridge, Linette Petersen, Nial Hogarth, Pete Trewavas, Sofi Hogarth, Steve (h) Hogarth, Tracey Campbell
  • Bass GuitarPete Trewavas
  • CoverFrancesco De Comité
  • DrumsIan Mosley
  • Electric GuitarPete Trewavas (tracks: 6)
  • EngineerPatrick Phillips
  • KeyboardsMark Kelly , Steve (h) Hogarth
  • Lead GuitarSteve Rothery
  • Lyrics ByJohn Helmer (tracks: 3), Steve Hogarth (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 8)
  • Mastered BySimon Heyworth
  • Mastered By [Assistant]Andy Miles
  • Mixed ByMarillion, Michael Hunter
  • Music ByMarillion
  • PercussionSteve (h) Hogarth
  • Photography ByAndy Wright
  • Photography By [Cover]Francesco De Comité
  • Photography By [Space]NASA
  • ProducerMarillion, Michael Hunter
  • Recorded ByMarillion, Michael Hunter
  • Recorded By [Additional Guitar Recorded By]Steve Rothery
  • Recorded By [Gaza Street Recordings]Mohamed Ali
  • Rhythm GuitarSteve Rothery
  • VocalsSteve (h) Hogarth

Notes

Mastered at Super Audio Mastering.
Written & Recorded at The Racket Club & Real World Studios during 2010, 2011 & 2012.
Additional guitars recorded at UTB Studios

℗ & © 2012 Intact Recordings under exclusive license to Edel Germany GmbH.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 4 029759 081692
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media GmbH AC85826-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L574
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 8702
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 9743
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 9712
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC01666

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Intact Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Intact Recordings
  • Licensed To – Edel Germany GmbH
  • Mastered At – Super Audio Mastering
  • Recorded At – The Racket Club
  • Recorded At – Real World Studios
  • Recorded At – UTB Studios
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – AC85826
  • Distributed By – Edel:Distribution
  • Published By – Knowmorepublishing

Video

porosh
Bands, artists and ‘owners’ in general tend to criticize the illegal downloads for low numbers on sells and they blame that same thing for bands being ‘shrinked’ at some level. In fact, what make albums sell less is the lack of quality, now we have options, we can download something, listen, and then say if our money will be well spent or not in that particular record.That’s why some bands, specially the big ones, never present more than one song when they’re on studio recording a new album, like Marillion did with ‘Power’ a few months ago. And that’s why many many bands, like Marillion again, do those ‘pre-order’ kind of thing with ‘gifts’ and want us to believe that will help to finance the album, even when the band owns the studio where it were recorded… And I'll not even talk about the huge amount of 'special' releases they do every year...And why I started this text with that? The reason is, if I could listen this album before buy it, I would never buy. And many people would do the same, and will do the same in the next months. And that’s the exact kind of thing that they want to hide with the political right speech most of the time. I was listening and listening and wondering where the great music lies in this album that a bunch of people claim to have. I was avoiding to listen it for some time and now I know why, in the back of my head I knew it wasn’t worth of attention. Specially after that lame excuse to an album that Not The Weapon But The Hand (2012) is.Progressive Rock today don’t have any guts anymore, there’s no sound anymore, just a bunch of pop produced material wrapped on pseudo Prog elements. Exactly like on Sounds That Can’t Be Made (2012).Poor in songwritting, poor in tones, specially poor in vocals, poor in lyrics and the worst, the album fails in make you feel interested in what they’re playing. Those things are made very clear on ‘Gaza’, ‘Pour My Love’ and ‘Montreal’. At least ‘Invisible Ink’ and ‘The Sky Above The Rain’ are not so bad.Maybe Steven Wilson helped them to write and produce, this would explain a lot why is so bad…(Originally from www.progshine.net)
i can't take anything seriously from some progfan who doesn't appreciate Steven Wilson, possibly the best active prog act
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