Fish also composed the theme music for the 1990s BBC TV series Between the Lines. Fish has once in a while been in comparison to Peter Gabriel, long-established lead singer of Genesis in the early 1970s, and his voice has even been defined as “uncannily close”. Music journalist David Hepworth described his voice as a “conflation of Roger Daltrey and Peter Gabriel”. Fish has recognized Gabriel’s have an impact on on him and some vocal similarities, but has rejected accusations from some critics during his career that he does not have a unique voice of his own. Peter Hammill of Van der Graaf Generator was also a major impact on his songwriting and vocal start, that’s especially splendid on the first two Marillion albums. On politics, Fish said in 1993, “I’ve got a large number of socialist trends, but I work in a capitalist industry.