- Title:Marbles Explode
- Style:Alternative Rock
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1537 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1766 megabytes
- Size WMA version1962 megabytes
- Formats:DXD MIDI AUD FLAC MP3 AAC AIFF
Marbles is the 13th studio album from rock band Marillion, released in 2004.
Marbles Explode is a frantic electro track that has distorted vocals and odd, Moogy breakdowns between the manic beats. And things just keep getting even more surprising and fun from there. The diversity of tracks on Lost Marbles is interesting enough to keep a casual listener pleased from beginning to end, but for those expecting a little more rock with their quirk, well, sorry - maybe next time. Regardless, Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence shows that Enon’s imagination is so far-reaching, that even their throwaway tracks are more captivating than many artists’ biggest singles
With a track listing that spans six years and several different band lineups, Enon's singles, B-sides, and rare tracks collection Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence could have been too scattered for its own good, but it's actually one of the band's most enjoyable releases.
The Nightmare of Atomic Men. Adalania (Not So Fair). Drowning Appointments. Genie's Got Her Bag. Kanon. Tilt You Up! Marbles Explode. Making Merry! Merry! Party Favor.
Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence. Released February 22, 2005. Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence Tracklist. 1. Knock That Door Lyrics. About Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence. Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence Q&A.
There's a DVD too. .
|Fric-005||Enon||Marbles Explode (7", Blu)||Friction Records||Fric-005||US||2001|