marillion.com – Marillion

Album

Marillion.com was the eleventh album by the British neo-progressive rock band Marillion, released in 1999 by their own label, Intact Records. The album marked a new direction for the band, as they experimented with different styles and influences, such as dub, ambient, and electronic music. The album title was a reference to the band’s use of the Internet to communicate with their fans and to fund their projects, making them pioneers of crowdfunding. The album cover featured passport photos of 732 fans who had sent them to the band’s management. Marillion.com was not a commercial success, as it failed to reach the UK Top 40 and did not spawn any official singles. However, it received positive reviews from critics who praised the band’s creativity and willingness to explore new sounds.

The different versions published for this album :