I figure anyone with the least bit of feeling for music should at least have heard it once in his or her life:

Marillion’s album called "Clutching at Straws" breathes an atmosphere that is truly melancholic, but carries a load of and emotion that leaves one breathless from the very first notes of Hotel Hobbies right through to Sugar Mice.  And we often shy away from that, but at times you have to honestly admit that you need a dose of it just to know you’re still alive….

I could of course gather all the tracks at , if they are all there, that is. But I figure I’ll just wet your appetites with the brilliance of Sugar Mice, and hand you the track listing so you can gather the rest yourselves. Or you could do the lazy thing, stroll on over to your favorite Web record store, and have it delivered to your door for about ten euros…..

Disk
1

1.
Hotel Hobbies (3:35)
2.
Warm Wet Circles (4:25)
3.
That Time Of The Night (6:00)
4.
Going Under (2:47)
5.
Just For The Record (3:09)
6.
White Russian (6:27)
7.
Incommunicado (5:16)
8.
Torch Song (4:05)
9.
Slainte Mhath (4:44)
10.
Sugar Mice (5:46)
11.
The Last Straw (5:58)


Disk
2

1.
Incommunicado (Alternative Version) (5:57)
2.
Tux On (5:13)
3.
Going Under (Extended Version) (2:48)
4.
Beaujolais Day (4:51)
5.
Story From A Thin Wall (6:47)
6.
Shadows On The Barley (2:07)
7.
Sunset Hill (4:21)
8.
Tic-tac-toe (2:59)
9.
Voice In The Crowd (3:29)
10.
Exile On Princes Street (5:29)
11.
White Russian (6:15)
12.
Sugar Mice (5:56)

Love the living music,

Dre’