The final album.
Denison Marrs (2004)
Then Is The New Now (2002)
Denison Marrs quote Ecclesiastes in track # 6 on their latest album: "there is nothing new under the sun." Though they doesn't do it themselves, it's easy to apply that verse to rock music today. One of the more popular new stars in my corner of Canada is Sam Roberts (a more obvious Beatles plagiarist cannot be found), and it seems that most other bands are a variation on some theme born in the middle of the last century. Even the retro blah of the '90s has been topped by most rock offerings in Century 21.
World Renown for Romance (2001)
For a while out of print but then re-released by Velvet Blue Music, this one was definitely hard to come by. But for the few who have it, World Renown is surely a great album by the Marrsians.
Holding Hands @ 35,000 Ft. (1999)
I picked up this CD for $2 at my local Christian bookstore. As I'm guilty of doing, I judged the CD by its artwork: streams of red and blue lights across a black background. I didn't even bother to listen to the already-opened disk, because I figured it was only $2. If it were horrid, I'd simply give it away.