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Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made (2012) Lossless

11-05-2016, 20:33
Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Sounds That Can't Be Made
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: earMUSIC
Genre: Neo-Progressive Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 74:20
Total Size: 468 Mb


01. Gaza (17:31)
02. Sounds That Can't Be Made (7:16)
03. Pour My Love (6:03)
04. Power (6:07)
05. Montreal (14:05)
06. Invisible Ink (5:47)
07. Lucky Man (6:59)
08. The Sky Above The Rain (10:35)

Sounds That Can't Be Made is Marillion's 17th studio album, released on 17 September 2012. Besides the standard edition there is also a "deluxe campaign edition" containing a bonus DVD with a feature-length documentary called Making Sounds.
The 17-minute opening track, "Gaza", is perhaps the most overtly political song Marillion have done since 1989. Its lyrics take the perspective of a boy growing up in the Israeli-occupied Gaza Strip. Singer Steve Hogarth explained, "This is a song for the people – especially the children – of Gaza. It was written after many conversations with ordinary Palestinians living in the refugee camps of Gaza and the West Bank. I spoke also to Israelis, to NGO workers, to a diplomat unofficially working in Jerusalem, and took their perspectives into account whilst writing the lyric. It is not my/our intention to smear the Jewish faith or people – we know many Jews are deeply critical of the current situation – and nothing here is intended to show sympathy for acts of violence, whatever the motivation, but simply to ponder upon where desperation inevitably leads. Many Gazan children are now the grandchildren of Palestinians BORN in the refugee camps - so called "temporary" shelters. Temporary for over 50 years now. Gaza is today, effectively, a city imprisoned without trial." Like David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Chris Martin and others, Marillion support the "HOPING Foundation", an NGO that supports Palestinian children and adolescents in the refugee camps, and encourage their fans to do the same.

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