Marillion's seventh album.

Following the commerical disappointment of Holidays In Eden, the band holed themselves up in Miles Copeland's castle in France for 18 months with producer Dave Meegan while EMI got more and more nervous. The announcement was made that they were making a 74 minute concept album. Wow.

The story is based on an incident where a girl was found on the Severn Bridge, disoriented and amnesiac, and a telling of what might have happened.

Yes, it's a concept album. So what? The songs hold together incredibly well, and it's a great ride. It's very reminiscent of Pink Floyd in spots.

Track list:

< Holidays In Eden | Afraid of Sunlight >

Brave (?), a. [Compar. Braver; superl. Bravest.] [F. brave, It. or Sp. bravo, (orig.) fierce, wild, savage, prob. from. L. barbarus. See Barbarous, and cf. Bravo.]


Bold; courageous; daring; intrepid; -- opposed to cowardly; as, a brave man; a brave act.


Having any sort of superiority or excellence; -- especially such as in conspicuous.

[Obs. or Archaic as applied to material things.]

Iron is a brave commodity where wood aboundeth. Bacon.

It being a brave day, I walked to Whitehall. Pepys.


Making a fine show or display.


Wear my dagger with the braver grace. Shak.

For I have gold, and therefore will be brave. In silks I'll rattle it of every color. Robert Greene.

Frog and lizard in holiday coats And turtle brave in his golden spots. Emerson.

Syn. -- Courageous; gallant; daring; valiant; valorous; bold; heroic; intrepid; fearless; dauntless; magnanimous; high-spirited; stout-hearted. See Gallant.


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Brave (?), n.


A brave person; one who is daring.

The star-spangled banner, O,long may it wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. F. S. Key.


Specifically, an Indian warrior.


A man daring beyond discretion; a bully.

Hot braves like thee may fight. Dryden.


A challenge; a defiance; bravado.


Demetrius, thou dost overween in all; And so in this, to bear me down with braves. Shak.


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Brave, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Braved (#); p. pr. & vb. n. Braving.]


To encounter with courage and fortitude; to set at defiance; to defy; to dare.

These I can brave, but those I can not bear. Dryden.


To adorn; to make fine or showy.


Thou [a tailor whom Grunio was browbeating] hast braved meny men; brave not me; I'll neither be faced or braved. Shak.


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