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Marquee Moon (album) by Television 

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Marquee Moon
Marquee Moon by Television (1977)
Overall rank: 51st   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
86/100 (from 1,427 votes)
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1977 (3rd)
Top 20 albums of the 1970s (15th)
Top 100 albums of all time (51st)

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TELEVISION MARQUEE MOON VINYL LP NEW 180gram
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Television - Marquee Moon 180g HQ LP NEW! SEALED! Tom Verlaine
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NEW CD Album Television : Marquee Moon (Mini LP Style Card Case) Classic Punk***
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Television bestography

Marquee Moon is ranked as the best album by Television.

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Average Rating: 
86/100 (from 1,427 votes)
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80/100
From nitomano 11/26/2018 05:54
Maravilloso álbum me estaba perdiendo, por una u otra razón postergaba el escuchar este disco y vaya que debí haberlo escuchado antes, realmente me encantó en muchas maneras.
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From pjohnsongolf 10/24/2018 16:56
Absolutely phenomenal! Their influnce on bands to come is very obvious
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From toxicteaaa 06/17/2018 22:30
Absolutely phenomenal album, probably should've had "Marquee Moon" as the closing track though.
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From reelcolonel 06/07/2018 22:12
Combines the best of NYC-style grunge/punk with guitar jams. No one has ever done this better than on this brilliant opus.
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From Sonoffatboy 04/10/2018 21:41
Civilization was invented over 5000 years ago, so that one day, this album, with these songs would be made. Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd invented 80s and 90s alternative rock with their soulful sentimental playing, more technical then punk but not pretentious or egotistical of metal or hard rock, they weave layers of mystery in just the simple chords they play. Backed by an equally talented rhythm section of Ficca and Smith they were the perfect unit that gelled jazz improvisation with rocks energy. A true original.
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From backhudson 03/27/2018 21:44
An album worthy of the highest praise. The extremely solid rhythm section, pounding riffs and soaring lead guitar, coupled with cheeky and catchy lyrics capture on of the most influential and groundbreaking albums of the 70s. It is bursting with cool. The chief seminal work of the CBGB scene.
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85/100
From Ashmark 02/20/2018 04:10
An album I had not heard of until recently. I don’t know why this album isn’t more well-known. I found it quite extraordinary. No rating until I am more familiar with it. I am just excited about my next listen.
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From Sandrof1969 02/11/2018 14:03
Disco epocale come pochi, "Marquee moon"; il classico esempio di come un musicista possa riversare tutte le proprie idee in un unico progetto per poi campare di rendita, vivacchiare o sparire.
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From Medelsvensson 02/05/2018 08:21
Amazing record! So real and yet musical.
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From RealSlimFatty 02/04/2018 13:28
Top notch guitar work.
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