Prog Magazine Issue 123 (September 2021) Marillion
We're celebrating Marillion's second album Fugazi on the cover of the brand new issue of Prog Magazine, which is on sale today. The same day as the lavish new box set for the band's 1984 album is released.
If any record was the definition of the old adage “the difficult second album”, then surely Fugazi is it. You know the score: years to write your first album, mere months to better it with the second. And yet it also remains a massively rewarding listen and one that has really grown into its own in the ensuing 37 years, to the point where it was a no-brainer to feature Mark Wilkinson’s excellent artwork on the cover this issue. Dave Everley digs deep to bring you a proper look behind the scenes at how things didn’t end up totally ‘fugazi’ after all.
Plus album reviews from Yes, Genesis, Steve Hackett, Van der Graaf Generator, Marillion, Barclay James Harvest, Public Service Broadcasting, Peter Hammill& Isildurs Bane, Hawkwind, Katatonia, Sel Balamir, Al Stewart, Faust, Pond, Enslaved, Hawklords, MONO, Anette Olzon, The Omnific, Clive Nolan, Between The Buried & Me, Dec Burke and loads more…
And music from Sel Balamir, Cyan, Three Colours Dark, The Paradox Twin and more on the free CD.
Note: The US edition does not include the "art prints" included in the UK edition.