Fugazi (4LP Deluxe Edition)
Marillion

Fugazi (4LP Deluxe Edition)

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The brand-new 4LP Deluxe Edition of Marillion’s 1984 album Fugazi.

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In March 1984, Marillion released their second studio album Fugazi, which went on to be certified Gold and reach number 5 in the UK albums charts. The classic album spawned two singles Assassing and Punch & Judy, both reaching #22 and #29 on the UK singles charts respectively.

Fugazi is celebrated here in two versions as a 4LP boxset and as a 3CD/Blu- ray book. Fugazi was the first Marillion album to feature Ian Mosley on drums and percussion, replacing Mick Pointer after the highly successful Script For A Jester’s Tear. It also included Fish, Steve Rothery, Pete Trewavas and Mark Kelly.

Both sets open with brand-new 2021 remixed stereo versions by Andy Bradfield and Avril Mackintosh, who also remixed the deluxe editions of Script For A Jester’s Tear and Clutching At Straws. They also include a show from The Spectrum, Montreal, Canada recorded in 1984. The performance includes fan favourites from both Fugazi and their debut album Script For A Jester’s Tear in the form of tracks such as Jigsaw, Incubus, He Knows You Know, Chelsea Monday and much more. It also features a performance of the B-side Charting The Single.

LP1: Fugazi (2021 Stereo Remix)
Side 1
  1. Assassing
  2. Punch And Judy
  3. Jigsaw
  4. Emerald Lies
Side 2
  1. She Chameleon
  2. Incubus
  3. Fugazi
LP2: Live at The Spectrum, Montreal, Canada, 20th June 1984 (Part 1)
Side 3
  1. Assassing
  2. Punch And Judy
  3. Jigsaw
Side 4
  1. Script For A Jester's Tear
  2. Chelsea Monday
LP3: Live at The Spectrum, Montreal, Canada, 20th June 1984 (Part 2)
Side 5
  1. Emerald Lies
  2. Cinderella Search
  3. Incubus
Side 6
  1. Charting the Single
  2. He Knows You Know
LP4: Live at The Spectrum, Montreal, Canada, 20th June 1984 (Part 3)
Side 7
  1. Fugazi
  2. Forgotten Sons 
Side 8
  1. Garden Party
  2. Market Square Heroes