|1||Uninvited Guest (Live)|
Producer – Privet Hedge, Marillion
Producer – Marillion, Nick Davis
|3||Easter (12" Edit)|
Producer – Marillion, Nick Davis
|TC MARIL 12||Marillion||Easter (Cass, Single)||EMI||TC MARIL 12||UK||1990|
|2037607||Marillion||Easter (7", Single)||EMI||2037607||France||1990|
|MARIL 12||Marillion||Easter (7", Single, Sil)||EMI||MARIL 12||UK||1990|
|560-20 3760 2, CD MARILN12||Marillion||Easter (CD, Maxi)||EMI, EMI||560-20 3760 2, CD MARILN12||UK||1990|
|12MARIL 12||Marillion||Easter (12", Maxi)||EMI||12MARIL 12||UK||1990|
- Photography [Stills] – Paul Cox
- Sleeve [Designed By] – Bill Smith Studio
- Written By – Ian Mosley (tracks: 1,2,3), John Helmer (tracks: 3), Mark Kelly (tracks: 1,2,3), Pete Trewavas (tracks: 1,2,3), Steve Hogarth (tracks: 1,2,3), Steve Rothery (tracks: 1,2,3)
On disc `Made in Holland`
Track times printed on disc.
- Barcode: 5099920376024
- Matrix / Runout: 203760 2 AR 1 : 1 : 3 . EMI SWINDON
- Label Code: LC 0542
- Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Published By – Charisma Music Publishing Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
- Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
- Made By – EMI Swindon
Easter is a song from English neo-progressive rock band Marillion's 1989 album Seasons End, which became a UK Top 40 hit when issued as a single in 1990. The song was written by singer Steve Hogarth before he joined the band. Enjoy the full greatest hits album of Marillion Best Sounds. Sounds That Can't Be Made 2. Cover My Eyes 3. Easter 4. Kayleigh 5. Power 6. No One Can 7. Beautiful 8. Half The World 9. You're Gone - Marillion. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. EasterLive at La Cigale Theatre, Paris, 29th April 1994 2018 Michael Hunter Remix. Watch the video for Easter from Marillion's A Singles Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Easter is a song from Seasons End, Marillion's first album with Steve Hogarth as their singer. The song was written mostly by Hogarth, who considers it a love song for Ireland. Noted for its guitar solo, the song remains a favorite among Marillion fans. View wiki. The song was written mostly by Hogarth, who consi read more. Marillion - Easter 12EP 1989. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Rock. Songs in album Marillion - Easter 12EP 1989. Marillion - Easter 12' Version. Marillion - The Release. Marillion - Uninvited Guest Live At Barrowlands '89. Total votes: 2. Other albums by Marillion. Marillion : Easter. Band Name Marillion. Album Name Easter. Type Single. Дата релиза Март 1990. Лейблы EMI Records. Музыкальный стильNeo Prog. Владельцы этого альбома5. The Release. This is the only official marillion page on bandcamp. To those who already love Marillion, the band is something special. To the uninitiated, it's a potential love affair waiting to happen. Big, brawny, hooky songs with 20-ton riffs and choruses as sweet as candy make this one of the months strongest rock albums. Bandcamp New & Notable Jun 12, 2020. go to album. Found In A House by Creeping Pink. Creeping Pink's weird and warbly psychedelia errs on the dark and dissonant side of the spectrum. Bandcamp New & Notable Jun 11, 2020. Azure by Vinyl Williams. Features Song Lyrics for Marillion's Easter album. Preview the embedded widget. Marillion - Easter Album Lyrics. Easter Lyrics. The Release Lyrics. Marillion Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. Marillion with friends from the orchestra - the album. Now available. Featuring in praise of folly, sam morris and emma halnan. Nine classic marillion tracks, re-imagined. Watch the video for estonia here. The band will be watching along with you while we watch as one. A full schedule will be posted at , which we will be updating between now and the event. by Marillion. Album: Seasons End 1989. Charted: 34. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . In this song, Marillion lead singer Steve Hogarth sings about Northern Ireland during The Troubles, imagining what will happen on Easter, and if it will be a time of atonement. Hogarth was inspired to write the song after traveling to Belfast in 1984 with his band The Europeans. He expected the worst, but had a very uplifting experience. He visited Ireland in 1986, and started writing the song in 1988 as a message of hope for the ordinary people who have nothing to do with the troubles but have their lives inextricably interwoven with them