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Marillion and The Positive Light - Tales From The Engine Room FLAC Album
Progressive House, Progressive Trance, Ambient
  • Performer:
    Marillion and The Positive Light
  • Title:
    Tales From The Engine Room
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Progressive House, Progressive Trance, Ambient
  • Release date:
    1998
  • Country:
    UK
  • Size FLAC version
    2325 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2608 mb
  • Size WMA version
    2379 mb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    274
  • Record from:
    CD, Album

Tracklist

1The Memory Of Water9:36
2This Strange Engine20:38
380 Days8:46
4One Fine Day8:20
5Estonia11:43
6Face 10048:28

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
50486742Marillion & The Positive Light Marillion & The Positive Light - Tales From The Engine Room ‎(CD, Album, RE)Elap50486742Europe2006
racket 7, RACKET 7Marillion And The Positive Light Marillion And The Positive Light - Tales From The Engine Room ‎(CD, Album, Ltd)Racket Records , Racket Records racket 7, RACKET 7UK1998
85733804672Marillion and The Positive Light Marillion and The Positive Light - Tales From The Engine Room ‎(CD, Album)Eagle Records, EastWest85733804672Australia1998
CLP 0375-2Marillion and The Positive Light Marillion and The Positive Light - Tales From The Engine Room ‎(CD, Album)Purple PyramidCLP 0375-2US1998
EAGCD033, EDL EAG 085 - 2Marillion And The Positive Light Marillion And The Positive Light - Tales From The Engine Room ‎(CD, Album, MPO)Eagle Records, Eagle RecordsEAGCD033, EDL EAG 085 - 2Europe1998

Credits

  • ProducerMark Daghorn
  • Producer, Programmed By, EngineerMarc Mitchell
  • Written-ByMosley, Helmer, Kelly, Trewavas, Hogarth, Rothery

Notes

Produced at Aspect Of I Studios, Jersey, Channel Islands December 1996 to November 1997.

Album

A rare version of Marillion's Estonia. It is awsome From the album Marillion and the Positive Light - Tales from the Engine remix album by Marillion. Tales From the Engine Room. Remix album by. January 1998. It was conducted by Marc Mitchell and Mark Daghorn of The Positive Light. Both Marillion fans, they approached the band with this remix of the previous record. The remix album was still in the rough stages, but they asked the band for permission to complete and release it. Only for completionists 27. Tales from the Engine is indeed an album for the Marillion completionists. Marillion and The Positive Light Tales From The Engine Room. Género: Electronic. review has been removed due to damonc1 taking an idoit. Responder Ver 1 respuesta Notifícame Helpful. Marillion teams up with U. dance band the Positive Light to produce a remix album of tracks from the 1997 album This Strange Engine. Although the album breathes new life into a fairly weak release, it will appeal to techno-dance fans far more than Marillion aficionados. The remix of Memory of Water was a minor dance club hit in Europe, prompting the general release of the album the initial release was privately labeled. Neo Prog. Band's List Neo Prog Marillion The Positive Light :Tales from the Engine. Add the album's lyrics. Add an audio file. Marillion : The Positive Light :Tales from the Engine. Band Name Marillion. Album Name The Positive Light :Tales from the Engine. Type EP. The Memory of Water. This Strange Engine. One Fine Day. Face 1004. Positive Light Marillion Format: Audio CD. New from. Used from. Audio CD, Import, December 26, 2005. Please retry. Having said that, this album flopped as a gift for a friend who I thought would love it Buy it, it's hard to find . Tales from the Engine Room Remix Album: Released January 1998, Reissued to retail June 1998. In 1996, Positive Light approached us with a project: to remix an entire album. As we had just finished This Strange Engine, we provided masters for 'Estonia'. MARILLION-Tales From The Engine Room CD-Brand New-Still Sealed. shipping: RUB shipping. Brand New: An item that has never been opened or removed from the manufacturers sealing if applicable. Item is in original shrink wrap if applicable. See the seller's listing for full details. Songs in album Marillion - Tales From The Engine Room 1998. Marillion - Estonia. Marillion - The Memory Of Water. Marillion - This Strange Engine. Marillion - One Fine Day. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin

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review has been removed due to damonc1 taking an idoit
Nalme
Much respect hobnob55. It was all just a joke mate :)
Tcaruieb
Beautiful album that haven't got the attention it deserves. Marc Mitchell and his manager at the time Mark Daghorn spent a year remixing some tunes from progressive rock band Marillion's album "This strange engine". The hard work resulted in a very unique sounding album with hints from both trancy progressive house, intelligent progressive rock and deep, melodic downtempo. Very diverse styles, yes, but somehow Mitchell managed to put the listener on a "journey" through the whole album. The vocal opener "Estonia" is one of the most emotional songs, all categories, I've ever heard. It's an eleven minute long progressive rock ballad with synthesizers that gives me shivers everytime I listen to it. "The memory of water" is a typical Marc Mitchell-song at the time; a long, majestic, melodic, intelligent and powerful progressive house tune. A true classic! "This strange engine" is almost 21 minutes long and has a lot of phases in a progressive rock kind of way. It's a magic journey through beautiful ambient soundscapes, deep and vocal dub and finally a dramativ rock climaxe where Marillion's singer Steve Hogarth is shouting in the most touching and beautiful way. "One fine day" combines chilled, sophisticated rock with triphop/downtempo beats. It's a very dreamy and atmospheric song that really hypnotizes you. Lovely! "The final track, "Face 1004", is also an extemely beautiful and powerful trancy house/housy trance tune that really blew my mind the first time I heard it. Oh, I could kill to hear this song where it really belongs: IN THE CLUB! This albums isn't actually hard to get at all. Marillion is one the biggest bands in their genre, so it is definately possible to get a fresh copy of this album. Every open minded EDM-lover should hear this album. It's a great way to get introduced to not Marillion and, of course, the mastermind of Marc Mitchell. Mitchell is definately up there together with Aphex Twin, Simon Posford, Pete Namlook and all the other big boys of Electronica!