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Chelsea Monday (Live at the Marquee Club, London December 29, 1982)

Marillion

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Chelsea Monday (Live at the Marquee Club, London December 29, 1982)

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Chelsea Monday (Live at the Marquee Club, London December 29, 1982)
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Mark Kelly, Keyboards, Writer - Steve Rothery, Guitar, Writer - Pete Trewavas, Bass Guitar - Peter Mew, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Fish, Vocals - Derek Dick, Writer - Peter Trewavas, Writer - Marillion, MainArtist - Diz Minnett, Writer - Michael Pointer, Writer - Brian Jelliman, Writer - Nick Tauber, Producer - Mick Pointer, Drums

© 2020 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1983 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

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