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Marillion - Afraid of Sunlight (1995)

Marillion - Afraid of Sunlight (1995)

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Marillion - Afraid of Sunlight

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1. "Gazpacho"   7:28

2. "Cannibal Surf Babe"   5:45

3. "Beautiful"   5:12

4. "Afraid of Sunrise"   5:02

5. "Out of This World"   7:54

6. "Afraid of Sunlight"   6:50

7. "Beyond You"   6:11

8. "King"   7:03

Total length:   51:25

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1. "Icon"   6:05

2. "Live Forever"   4:34

3. "Second Chance"   5:14

4. "Beyond You" (demo)   5:18

5. "Cannibal Surf Babe" (studio outtake)   6:00

6. "Out of This World" (studio outtake)   7:28

7. "Bass Frenzy"   1:17

8. "Mirages" (demo)   6:02

9. "Afraid of Sunlight"    6:50

Total length:   48:48

Marillion Band Members Musicians

Steve Hogarth – vocals, additional keyboards and percussion

Steve Rothery – guitar

Mark Kelly – keyboards

Pete Trewavas – bass and backing vocals

Ian Mosley – drums and percussion

Barbara Lezmy – additional backing vocals (on "Cannibal Surf Babe")

Wendy Paige – additional backing vocals (on "Cannibal Surf Babe")

Hannah Stobart – additional backing vocals (on "Beautiful")

Dave Meegan – production, engineering and mixing (at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool, England)

Nick Davis – mixing ("Cannibal Surf Babe") (at Rockfield Studios, Monmouthshire, Wales)

Michael Brauer – mixing ("Beautiful") (at Sony Music Studios, New York)

Peter Mew – 1999 digital remastering (January 1999 at Abbey Road Studios, London)

Bill Smith Studio – design

Paul Cox – front cover photography

Afraid of Sunlight is Marillion's 8th studio album, released in 1995. It was their last for EMI (who would, however, continue to release back-catalogue material on compilations and re-issues, as well as distribute some later recordings).

Afraid of Sunlight was the first Marillion studio album to fail to reach the Top 10 in the UK Albums Chart, peaking at number 16 and falling out of the Top 75 after two weeks. Despite this, Afraid of Sunlight became one of the band's most critically acclaimed albums and was included in Q magazine's "Recordings of the Year" for 1995. It was retrospectively described by Jeri Montesano of Allmusic as "the peak of Marillion's growing, impressive body of work" and by colleague Jason Ankeny as "the most consistent Marillion release to date".

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