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Progressive Rock | Label: Madfish – SMACD1088
This Strange Engine is the ninth studio album by the British neo-progressive rock band Marillion, released in April 1997 by the Castle Communications imprint Raw Power. It was the first of the three recordings, which Marillion made on a contract with Castle between being dropped by EMI Records in 1995 and eventually going independent in 2000. The album was recorded at The Racket Club in Buckinghamshire, England, between August and November 1996 and was produced by the band themselves.
01. Man of a Thousand Faces (7:33)
02. One Fine Day (5:32)
03. 80 Days (5:00)
04. Estonia (7:57)
05. Memory of Water (3:01)
06. An Accidental Man (6:12)
07. Hope for the Future (5:11)
08. This Strange Engine (30:24)
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Intact Recordings under exclusive licence to Snapper Music Plc.
℗1997 Intact Recordings under exclusive licence to Snapper Music Plc. ©2012 Intact Recordings under exclusive licence to Snapper Music Plc.