Marillion Album Recording 'Descended Into Anarchy'

(Prog) Marillion admit that they lost control over current album "Sounds That Can't Be Made" to the extent that they didn't want to listen to it together after it "descended into anarchy".

The band had adopted a method of working which meant they'd all been adding tracks on their own and no one knew how the material sounded any more.

And they were convinced that if they heard the entire work-in-progress they'd suffer a massive fall-out and go their separate ways in the middle of a European tour.

Frontman Steve Hogarth explains: "The whole thing descended into anarchy. Nobody knew what anybody else was doing on the songs, including the producer. We were all adding overdubs and things in hotel rooms on tour. It had gone native; it had run off." More details from the band here.

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