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Genesis Discography. Part 2 (1969-1991)
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Genesis Discography. Part 2 (1969-1991)
[Studio Albums, Non-Remasters, Japanese Pressing]



Genesis fue un grupo de rock progresivo británico creado en 1967. Con aproximadamente 155 millones de álbumes vendidos en todo el mundo, se encuentra entre los treinta grupos más vendedores de todos los tiempos

En 1988 el grupo ganó el premio Grammy al "mejor video musical" por Land of Confusion. Los miembros con mayor permanencia han sido Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford y Tony Banks. En sus inicios Peter Gabriel, Anthony Phillips y Steve Hackett también fueron miembros del grupo.

Durante el año 2007 el grupo, en su versión encabezada por Phil Collins, se volvió a reunir, completando una gira en Europa y Estados Unidos.

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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop




Genesis Discography. Part 2 (1969-1991):
Content:

CD1: Genesis - From Genesis To Revelation (1969) [1990, Teichiku, TECP-25471]
CD2: Genesis - Trespass (1970) [1986, Virgin, 32VD-1025]
CD3: Genesis - Trespass (1970) [1988, Virgin, VJD-28006]
CD4: Genesis - Nursery Cryme (1971) [1986, Virgin, 32VD-1026]
CD5: Genesis - Selling England by the Pound (1973) [1988, Virgin, VJD-28025]
CD6-7: Genesis - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974) [1988, Virgin/Charisma, VJD-25011.12]
CD8: Genesis - A Trick Of The Tail (1976) [1988, Virgin/Charisma, VJD-28026]
CD9: Genesis - Wind & Wuthering (1976) [1986, Virgin/Charisma, 32VD-1033]
CD10: Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three... (1978) [1986, Virgin/Charisma, 32VD-1015]
CD11: Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three... (1978) [1988, Virgin/Charisma, VJD-28089]
CD12: Genesis - Duke (1980) [1986, Virgin/Charisma, 32VD-1036]
CD13: Genesis - Abacab (1981) [1988, Vertigo, 23PD-117]
CD14: Genesis - Genesis (1983) [1983, Vertigo/Gerling, 32PD-17]
CD15: Genesis - Invisible Touch (1986) [1986, Virgin/Charisma, 32VD-1023]
CD16: Genesis - We Can't Dance (1991) [1991, Virgin/Charisma, VJCP-25066]



CD1: Genesis - From Genesis To Revelation (1969)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
This Genesis collection, which has appeared under license to various labels in
addition to Decca and London in different configurations, is largely of
historical interest. The group was still in its formative stages, the
members barely past their 18th birthdays and still working out what they
wanted to sound like. Mostly they sound like the Bee Gees trying to be
the Moody Blues (picture something similar to the sound of the former
group's Odessa album). "The Silent Sun" and "Where the Sour Turns to
Sweet" are pleasant enough, but scarcely indicate the true potential of
the group or its members. A pleasant enough piece of pop-psychedelia/art
rock, but not a critically important release, except to the truly
dedicated.

by Bruce Eder
Tracklist:

1. Where the Sour Turns to Sweet 3:14
2. In the Beginning 3:45
3. Fireside Song 4:18
4. The Serpent 4:38
5. Am I Very Wrong 3:31
6. In the Wilderness 3:30
7. The Conqueror 3:40
8. In Hiding 2:37
9. One Day 3:21
10. Window 3:33
11. In Limbo 3:30
12. Silent Sun 2:13
13. A Place to Call My Own 2:00
14. The Silent Sun [Bonus Track] 2:15
15. That's Me [Bonus Track] 2:41
16. A Winter's Tale [Bonus Track] 3:31
17. One Eyed Hound [Bonus Track] 2:32

Credits:

Peter Gabriel – vocals, flute, percussion
Anthony Phillips – guitar, vocals
Tony Banks – organ, guitar, piano, keyboards, vocals
Mike Rutherford – bass guitar, guitar, vocals
John Silver – drums, vocals, except on "Silent Sun"

Chris Stewart – drums on "Silent Sun"
Strings & Horns Arranged & Conducted By Arthur Greenslade & Lou Wharburton

Produced By Jonathan King

===========================

CD2: Genesis - Trespass (1970)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Genesis' first truly progressive album, and their first record for the Charisma label
(although Trespass was released in America by ABC, which is how MCA came
to have it), is important mostly as a formative effort. Peter Gabriel,
Tony Banks, and Michael Rutherford are here, but the guitarist is
Anthony Phillips and the drummer is John Mayhew. Gabriel, Banks,
Phillips, and Rutherford are responsible for the compositions, which are
far more ambitious than the group's earlier efforts ("Silent Sun,"
etc.). Unfortunately, much of what is here is more interesting for what
it points toward than what it actually does -- the group reflects a
peculiarly dramatic brand of progressive rock, very theatrical as music,
but not very successful. The lyrics are complex enough but lack the
unity and clarity that would make Genesis' subsequent albums among the
most interesting of prog rock efforts to analyze. Gabriel's voice is
very expressive but generally lacks power and confidence, while the
conventional backup vocalizing by the others is wimpy, and Phillips'
playing is muted. Tony Banks' keyboards are the dominant instruments,
which isn't that bad, but it isn't the Genesis that everyone came to
know. The soft, lyrical "Visions of Angels" and "Stagnation" are
typical, gentle works by a band that later learned how to rock much
harder. Only one of the songs here, "The Knife" -- which rocks harder
than anything else on Trespass and is easily the best track on the album
-- lasted in the group's concert repertory past the next album.

by Bruce Eder
Tracklist:

1. Looking For Someone 7:07
2. White Mountain 6:45
3. Visions Of Angels 6:52
4. Stagnation 8:51
5. Dusk 4:15
6. The Knife 8:57

Credits:

Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, accordion, percussion
Anthony Phillips – electric and acoustic guitars, dulcimer, backing vocals
Tony Banks – organ, piano, Mellotron, guitar, backing vocals
Mike Rutherford – electric bass, acoustic and nylon guitars, cello, backing vocals
John Mayhew – drums, percussion, backing vocals

Produced By John Anthony

===========================

CD3: Genesis - Trespass (1970)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Tracklist:

1. Looking For Someone 7:08
2. White Mountain 6:45
3. Visions Of Angels 6:52
4. Stagnation 8:51
5. Dusk 4:14
6. The Knife 8:59

Credits:

Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, accordion, percussion
Anthony Phillips – electric and acoustic guitars, dulcimer, backing vocals
Tony Banks – organ, piano, Mellotron, guitar, backing vocals
Mike Rutherford – electric bass, acoustic and nylon guitars, cello, backing vocals
John Mayhew – drums, percussion, backing vocals

Produced By John Anthony

===========================

CD4: Genesis - Nursery Cryme (1971)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
If Genesis truly established themselves as progressive rockers on Trespass, Nursery
Cryme is where their signature persona was unveiled: true English
eccentrics, one part Lewis Carroll and one part Syd Barrett, creating a
fanciful world that emphasized the band's instrumental prowess as much
as Peter Gabriel's theatricality. Which isn't to say that all of Nursery
Cryme works. There are times when the whimsy is overwhelming, just as
there are periods when there's too much instrumental indulgence, yet
there's a charm to this indulgence, since the group is letting itself
run wild. Even if they've yet to find the furthest reaches of their
imagination, part of the charm is hearing them test out its limits,
something that does result in genuine masterpieces, as on "The Musical
Box" and "The Return of the Giant Hogweed," two epics that dominate the
first side of the album and give it its foundation. If the second side
isn't quite as compelling or quite as structured, it doesn't quite
matter because these are the songs that showed what Genesis could do,
and they still stand as pinnacles of what the band could achieve.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. The Musical Box 10:29
2. For Absent Friends 1:47
3. The Return Of The Giant Hogweed 8:12
4. Seven Stones 5:11
5. Harold The Barrel 3:00
6. Harlequin 2:56
7. The Fountain Of Salmacis 7:56

Credits:

Tony Banks – organ, Mellotron, piano, electric piano, 12 string guitar, vocals
Mike Rutherford – bass, bass pedals, 12 string guitar, vocals
Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, bass drum, tambourine
Steve Hackett – electric guitar, 12 string guitar
Phil Collins – drums, vocals, percussion, (lead vocal (uncredited) on "For Absent Friends")

Produced By John Anthony

===========================

CD5: Genesis - Selling England by the Pound (1973)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Genesis proved that they could rock on Foxtrot but on its follow-up Selling England by
the Pound they didn't follow this route, they returned to the English
eccentricity of their first records, which wasn't so much a retreat as a
consolidation of powers. For even if this eight-track album has no one
song that hits as hard as "Watcher of the Skies," Genesis hasn't
sacrificed the newfound immediacy of Foxtrot: they've married it to
their eccentricity, finding ways to infuse it into the delicate whimsy
that's been their calling card since the beginning. This, combined with
many overt literary allusions -- the Tolkeinisms of the title of "The
Battle of Epping Forest" only being the most apparent -- gives this
album a storybook quality. It plays as a collection of short stories,
fables, and fairy tales, and it is also a rock record, which naturally
makes it quite extraordinary as a collection, but also as a set of
individual songs. Genesis has never been as direct as they've been on
the fanciful yet hook-driven "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)" --
apart from the fluttering flutes in the fade-out, it could easily be
mistaken for a glam single -- or as achingly fragile as on "More Fool
Me," sung by Phil Collins. It's this delicate balance and how the album
showcases the band's narrative force on a small scale as well as large
that makes this their arguable high-water mark.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Dancing With The Moonlight Knight 8:05
2. I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) 4:07
3. Firth Of Fifth 9:37
4. More Fool Me 3:12
5. The Battle Of Epping Forest 11:46
6. After The Ordeal 4:16
7. The Cinema Show 10:45
8. Aisle Of Plenty 1:54

Credits:

Tony Banks – piano, keyboards, backing vocals, acoustic guitar on "The Cinema Show"
Phil Collins – drums, percussion, backing vocals, lead vocals on "More Fool Me"
Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, oboe, percussion
Steve Hackett – lead guitar
Mike Rutherford – bass guitar, bass pedals, rhythm guitar, electric
sitar, cello on "Dancing With The Moonlight Knight"[citation needed],
acoustic guitar on "The Cinema Show"

Produced By John Burns/Genesis

===========================

CD6-7: Genesis - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Given all the overt literary references of Selling England by the Pound, along with
their taste for epic suites such as "Supper's Ready," it was only a
matter of time before Genesis attempted a full-fledged concept album,
and 1974's The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway was a massive rock opera: the
winding, wielding story of a Puerto Rican hustler name Rael making his
way in New York City. Peter Gabriel made some tentative moves toward
developing this story into a movie with William Friedkin but it never
took off, perhaps it's just as well; even with the lengthy libretto
included with the album, the story never makes sense. But just because
the story is rather impenetrable doesn't mean that the album is as well,
because it is a forceful, imaginative piece of work that showcases the
original Genesis lineup at a peak. Even if the story is rather hard to
piece together, the album is set up in a remarkable fashion, with the
first LP being devoted to pop-oriented rock songs and the second being
largely devoted to instrumentals. This means that The Lamb Lies Down on
Broadway contains both Genesis' most immediate music to date and its
most elliptical. Depending on a listener's taste, they may gravitate
toward the first LP with its tight collection of ten rock songs, or the
nightmarish landscapes of the second, where Rael descends into darkness
and ultimately redemption (or so it would seem), but there's little
question that the first album is far more direct than the second and it
contains a number of masterpieces, from the opening fanfare of the title
song to the surging "In the Cage," from the frightening "Back in NYC"
to the soothing conclusion "The Carpet Crawlers." In retrospect, this
first LP plays a bit more like the first Gabriel solo album than the
final Genesis album, but there's also little question that the band
helps form and shape this music (with Brian Eno adding extra coloring on
occasion), while Genesis shines as a group shines on the
impressionistic second half. In every way, it's a considerable, lasting
achievement and it's little wonder that Peter Gabriel had to leave the
band after this record: they had gone as far as they could go together,
and could never top this extraordinary album.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist CD6:

1.01. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway 4:46
1.02. Fly On A Windshield 1:20
1.03. Broadway Melody Of 1974 3:36
1.04. Cuckoo Cocoon 2:10
1.05. In The Cage 8:13
1.06. The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Packaging 2:45
1.07. Back In N.Y.C. 5:44
1.08. Hairless Heart 2:09
1.09. Counting Out Time 3:41
1.10. Carpet Crawlers 5:14
1.11. The Chamber Of 32 Doors 5:40

Tracklist CD7:

2.01. Lilywhite Lilith 2:39
2.02. The Waiting Room 5:26
2.03. Anyway 3:06
2.04. Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist 2:59
2.05. The Lamia 6:56
2.06. Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats 3:06
2.07. The Colony Of Slippermen (The Arrival - A Visit To The Doktor - Raven) 8:08
2.08. Ravine 2:08
2.09. The Light Dies Down On Broadway 3:32
2.10. Riding The Scree 3:56
2.11. In The Rapids 2:22
2.12. It. 4:20

Credits:

Mike Rutherford – bass, twelve-string guitar, bass pedals
Phil Collins – drums, percussion, vibraphone, backing vocals
Steve Hackett – guitars
Tony Banks – keyboards, piano
Peter Gabriel – vocals, flute, oboe

Brian Eno – enossification (treatments)

Produced By John Burns and Genesis

===========================

CD8: Genesis - A Trick Of The Tail (1976)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
After Peter Gabriel departed for a solo career, Genesis embarked on a long journey
to find a replacement, only to wind back around to their drummer, Phil
Collins, as a replacement. With Collins as their new frontman, the band
decided not to pursue the stylish, jagged postmodernism of The Lamb Lies
Down on Broadway -- a move that Gabriel would do in his solo career --
and instead returned to the English eccentricity of Selling England by
the Pound for its next effort, A Trick of the Tail. In almost every
respect, this feels like a truer sequel to Selling England by the Pound
than Lamb; after all, that double album was obsessed with modernity and
nightmare, whereas this album returns the group to the fanciful fairy
tale nature of its earlier records. Also, Genesis were moving away from
the barbed pop of the first LP and returning to elastic numbers that
showcased their instrumental prowess, and they sounded more forceful and
unified as a band than they had since Foxtrot. Not that this album is
quite as memorable as Foxtrot or Selling England, largely because its
songs aren't as immediate or memorable: apart from "Dance on a Volcano,"
this is about the sound of the band playing, not individual songs, and
it succeeds on that level quite wildly -- to the extent that it proved
to longtime fans that Genesis could possibly thrive without its former
leader in tow.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Dance On A Volcano 5:54
2. Entangled 6:26
3. Squonk 6:27
4. Mad Man Moon 7:34
5. Robbery, Assault And Battery 6:17
6. Ripples 8:06
7. A Trick Of The Tail 4:34
8. Los Endos 5:50

Credits:

Mike Rutherford – bass guitar, 12-string guitar, bass pedals
Tony Banks – organ, synthesisers, pianos, background vocals, 12-string guitar, mellotron
Phil Collins – vocals, background vocals, drums, percussion
Steve Hackett – electric guitar, 12-string guitars

Produced By Genesis & David Hentschel


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CD9: Genesis - Wind & Wuthering (1976)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Wind & Wuthering followed quickly on the heels of A Trick of the Tail and
they're very much cut from the same cloth, working the same English
eccentric ground that was the group's stock in trade since Trespass. But
if A Trick of the Tail played like Genesis' attempt at crafting a great
Genesis record without Peter Gabriel, as a way of finding their footing
as a quartet, Wind & Wuthering finds Genesis tentatively figuring
out what their identity will be in this new phase of their career. The
most obvious indication of this is Mike Rutherford's "Your Own Special
Way," which is both the poppiest tune the group had cut and also the
first that could qualify as a love song. It stands out on a record that
is, apart from that, a standard Genesis record, but quite a good one in
that regard.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Eleventh Earl Of Mar 7:44
2. One For The Vine 10:00
3. Your Own Special Way 6:18
4. Wot Gorilla 3:20
5. All In A Mouse's Night 6:39
6. Blood On The Rooftops 5:27
7. 'Unquiet Slumber For The Sleepers ...... 2:28
8. ...... In That Quiet Earth' 4:45
9. Afterglow 4:13

Credits:

Phil Collins – vocals, drums, percussion
Steve Hackett – guitars, kalimba, autoharp
Mike Rutherford – basses, guitars, bass pedals
Tony Banks – keyboards

Produced By David Hentschel & Genesis

===========================

CD10: Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three... (1978)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
And Then There Were Three, more than either of its immediate predecessors, feels like
the beginning of the second phase of Genesis -- in large part because
the lineup had indeed dwindled down to Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and
Phil Collins, a situation alluded to in the title. But it wasn't just a
whittling of the lineup; the group's aesthetic was also shifting, moving
away from the fantastical, literary landscapes that marked both the
early Genesis LPs and the two transitional post-Gabriel outings, as the
bandmembers turned their lyrical references to contemporary concerns and
slowly worked pop into the mix, as heard on the closing "Follow You
Follow Me," the band's first genuine pop hit. Its calm, insistent
melody, layered with harmonies, is a perfect soft rock hook, although
there's a glassy, almost eerie quality to the production that is also
heard throughout the rest of the record. These chilly surfaces are an
indication that Genesis don't quite want to abandon prog at this point,
but the increasing emphasis on melody and tight song structures points
the way toward the group's '80s work.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Down And Out 5:27
2. Undertow 4:47
3. Ballad Of Big 4:50
4. Snowbound 4:31
5. Burning Rope 7:09
6. Deep In The Motherlode 5:15
7. Many Too Many 3:31
8. Scenes From A Night's Dream 3:30
9. Say It's Alright Joe 4:21
10. The Lady Lies 6:08
11. Follow You Follow Me 4:01

Credits:

Tony Banks – piano, Mellotron, synthesisers (ARP 2600, Polymoog)
Phil Collins – lead and backing vocals, drums, percussion
Mike Rutherford – basses, guitars, bass pedals

Produced By Genesis & David Hentschel

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CD11: Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three... (1978)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Tracklist:

1. Down And Out 5:27
2. Undertow 4:47
3. Ballad Of Big 4:50
4. Snowbound 4:31
5. Burning Rope 7:09
6. Deep In The Motherlode 5:15
7. Many Too Many 3:31
8. Scenes From A Night's Dream 3:30
9. Say It's Alright Joe 4:21
10. The Lady Lies 6:08
11. Follow You Follow Me 4:01

Credits:

Tony Banks – piano, Mellotron, synthesisers (ARP 2600, Polymoog)
Phil Collins – lead and backing vocals, drums, percussion
Mike Rutherford – basses, guitars, bass pedals

Produced By Genesis & David Hentschel

===========================

CD12: Genesis - Duke (1980)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
If And Then There Were Three suggested that Genesis were moving toward pop, Duke is
where they leaped into the fray. Not that it was exactly a head-first
leap: the band may have peppered the album with pop songs, but there was
still a heavy dose of prog, as the concluding "Duke" suite made clear.
This is modernist art rock, quite dissimilar to the fragile, delicate
Selling England by the Pound, and sometimes the precision of the attack
can be a little bombastic. Nevertheless, this is a major leap forward in
distinguishing the sound of Genesis, the band, and along with a new
signature sound come pop songs, particularly in the guise of
"Misunderstanding" and "Turn It on Again." The first is a light, nearly
soulful, heartache song, the latter is a thunderous arena rocker, and
both showcase the new version of Genesis at its absolute best. The rest
of the record comes close to matching them.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Behind The Lines 5:31
2. Duchess 6:37
3. Guide Vocal 1:21
4. Man Of Our Times 5:36
5. Misunderstanding 3:15
6. Heathaze 4:59
7. Turn It On Again 3:45
8. Alone Tonight 3:56
9. Cul-De-Sac 5:06
10. Please Don't Ask 4:03
11. Duke's Travels 8:40
12. Duke's End 2:08

Credits:

Phil Collins – percussion, drums, vocals, drum machine
Tony Banks – keyboards, vocals, background vocals, 12 string guitar
Mike Rutherford – basses, guitars, background vocals

David Hentschel – vocals, background vocals

Produced by David Hentschel and Genesis

===========================

CD13: Genesis - Abacab (1981)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Duke showcased a new Genesis -- a sleek, hard, stylish trio that truly sounded like a
different band from its first incarnation -- but Abacab was where this
new incarnation of the band came into its own. Working with producer
Hugh Padgham, the group escalated the innovations of Duke, increasing
the pop hooks, working them seamlessly into the artiest rock here. And
even if the brash, glorious pop of "No Reply at All" -- powered by the
percolating horns of Earth, Wind & Fire, yet polished into a precise
piece of nearly new wave pop by Padgham -- suggests otherwise, this is
still art rock at its core, or at least album-oriented rock, as the band
works serious syncopations and instrumental forays into a sound that's
as bright, bold, and jagged as the modernist artwork on the cover. They
dabble in other genres, lacing "Me and Sarah Jane" with a reggae beat,
for instance, which often adds dimension to their sound, as when "Dodo"
rides a hard funk beat and greasy organ synths yet doesn't become
obvious; it turns inward, requiring active listening. Truly, only "No
Reply at All," the rampaging title track (possibly their hardest-rocking
song to date), and the sleek and spooky "Man on the Corner" (which
hides a real melancholy heart underneath its glistening surface) are
immediate and accessible -- although the Mockney jokes of "Who Dunnit?"
could count, it's too much of a geeky novelty to be pop. The rest of
Abacab is truly modern art rock, their last album that could bear that
tag comfortably.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Abacab 7:04
2. No Reply At All 4:40
3. Me And Sarah Jane 6:03
4. Keep It Dark 4:37
5. Dodo / Lurker 7:31
6. Who Dunnit? 3:24
7. Man On The Corner 4:27
8. Like It Or Not 4:58
9. Another Record 4:30

Credits:

Tony Banks – keyboards
Phil Collins – drums, percussion, vocals
Mike Rutherford – bass, guitars

Produced by Genesis

===========================

CD14: Genesis - Genesis (1983)
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Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Moments of Genesis are as spooky and arty as those on Abacab -- in particular,
there's the tortured howl of "Mama," uncannily reminiscent of Phil
Collins' Face Value, and the two-part "Second Home by the Sea" -- but
this eponymous 1983 album is indeed a rebirth, as so many self-titled
albums delivered in the thick of a band's career often are. Here the art
rock functions as coloring to the pop songs, unlike on Abacab and Duke,
where the reverse is true. Some of this may be covering their bets --
to ensure that the longtime fans didn't jump ship, they gave them a bit
of art -- some of it may be that the band just couldn't leave prog
behind, but the end result is the same: as of this record, Genesis was
now primarily a pop band. Anybody who paid attention to
"Misunderstanding" and "No Reply at All" could tell that this was a good
pop band, primarily thanks to the rapidly escalating confidence of Phil
Collins, but Genesis illustrates just how good they could be, by
balancing such sleek, pulsating pop tunes as "That's All" with a
newfound touch for aching ballads, as on "Taking It All Too Hard." They
still rocked -- "Just a Job to Do" has an almost nasty edge to its
propulsion -- and they could still get too silly as on "Illegal Alien,"
where Phil's Speedy Gonzalez accident is an outright embarrassment
(although in some ways it's not all that far removed from his Artful
Dodger accent on the previous album's "Who Dunnit?"), and that's why the
album doesn't quite gel. It has a little bit too much of everything --
too much pop, too much art, too much silliness -- so it doesn't pull
together, but if taken individually, most of these moments are very
strong, testaments to the increasing confidence and pop power of the
trio, even if it's not quite what longtime fans might care to hear.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Mama 6:48
2. That's All 4:26
3. Home By The Sea 5:07
4. Second Home By The Sea 6:08
5. Illegal Alien 5:15
6. Takin' It All Too Hard 3:58
7. Just A Job To Do 4:47
8. Silver Rainbow 4:29
9. It's Gonna Get Better 5:00

Credits:

Tony Banks – keyboards, background vocals
Mike Rutherford – guitars, bass guitar, background vocals
Phil Collins – vocals, drums, percussion

Produced by Genesis and Hugh Padgham

===========================

CD15: Genesis - Invisible Touch (1986)
EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1986 | Virgin/Charisma, 32VD-1023 | ~ 290 or 290 or 108 Mb | Scans(png, 600dpi) -> 256 Mb
Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
Delivered in the wake of Phil Collins' massive success as a solo star, Invisible
Touch was seen at the time as a bit of a Phil Collins solo album
disguised as a Genesis album, and it's not hard to see why. Invisible
Touch is, without a doubt, Genesis' poppiest album, a sleek, streamlined
affair built on electronic percussion and dressed in synths that
somehow seem to be programmed, not played by Tony Banks. In that sense,
it does seem a bit like No Jacket Required, and the heavy emphasis on
pop tunes does serve the singer, not the band, but it's not quite fair
to call this a Collins album, and not just because there are two arty
tunes that could have fit on its predecessor, Genesis. There is a
difference between Collins and Genesis -- on his own, Phil was lighter,
and Genesis was often a bit chillier. Of course, the title track is the
frothiest thing the band ever did, while "In Too Deep" and "Throwing It
All Away" are power ballads that could be seen as Phil projects, but
"Land of Confusion" was a protest tune and "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight"
was a stark, scary tale of scoring dope (which made its inclusion in a
Michelob campaign in the '80s almost as odd as recovering alcoholic Eric
Clapton shilling for the brewery). But those songs had big hooks that
excused their coldness, and the arty moments sank to the bottom,
obscured by the big, bold pop hooks here -- pop that was the sound of
the mainstream in the late '80s, pop that still effortlessly evokes its
time.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist:

1. Invisible Touch 3:29
2. Tonight, Tonight, Tonight 8:53
3. Land Of Confusion 4:46
4. In Too Deep 5:03
5. Anything She Does 4:09
6. Domino 10:44
Part One In The Glow Of The Night
Part Two The Last Domino
7. Throwing It All Away 3:51
8. The Brazilian 4:51

Credits:

Tony Banks – keyboards, synth bass
Phil Collins – drums, percussion, vocals
Mike Rutherford – guitars, bass

Produced by Genesis and Hugh Padgham

===========================

CD16: Genesis - We Can't Dance (1991)
EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1991 | Virgin/Charisma, VJCP-25066 | ~ 483 or 485 or 169 Mb | Scans(png, 600dpi) -> 204 Mb
Progressive Rock / Prog Pop
After spending the 1980s moving in an increasingly pop-friendly direction, 1991's We
Can't Dance marked a return to earlier aesthetics for Genesis. Edgier
with more prominent guitars and live drums than on Invisible Touch, the
record was the band's strongest musical statement in over a decade. With
"Driving the Last Spike" and the dark "Dreaming While You Sleep" the
group revisited one of their forgotten strengths, telling extended
stories. That's not to say the album is a return to The Lamb Lies Down
on Broadway or Trick of the Tail. Indeed, while there are several
extended pieces on the record, there is none of the eccentricities, odd
meters, or extended virtuoso solos of the band's progressive heyday. The
album's closer, "Fading Lights," comes the closest, featuring an
outstanding instrumental mid-section. Unfortunately, the record also
contains some gutless ballads and paeans for world understanding that
sound miles away from any immediacy. However, the surprisingly gritty
singles "No Son of Mine," "Jesus He Knows Me," and "I Can't Dance" help
make up for the album's weaker moments.

by Geoff Orens
Tracklist:

1. No Son Of Mine 6:39
2. Jesus He Knows Me 4:16
3. Driving The Last Spike 10:08
4. I Can't Dance 4:01
5. Never A Time 3:50
6. Dreaming While You Sleep 7:16
7. Tell Me Why 4:58
8. Living Forever 5:41
9. Hold On My Heart 4:37
10. Way Of The World 5:39
11. Since I Lost You 4:09
12. Fading Lights 10:17

Credits:

Tony Banks – keyboards, vocals
Phil Collins – drums, percussion, lead vocals
Mike Rutherford – guitars, bass guitar, vocals

Produced by Genesis and Nick Davis

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jarpomarxFecha: Sábado, 2014-07-26, 3:53 PM | Mensaje # 3
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¡Y cómo hemos cambiado! Cuesta pensar que el Collins algún día tuviera pelo. Aunque las entradas parece que ya nació con ellas. Menudo grupazo, los que les conozcan sólo de su época ochentera, se sorprenderán de la música que practicaban en los 70.

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ya te digo.....bueno, a mi me molaban mas Yes , pero bueno, .....

dejo el video premiado



 
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Ese vídeo siempre me encantó. Qué buenos eran los Spitting Image, no se cortaban ante nada. Luego surgieron cantidad de imitadores, pero ni en los muñecos ni en los guiones se acercaron siquiera a la mordacidad de éstos. No hay más que ver el poco respeto que le tienen en el vídeo a Reagan.

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claro ...esque el respeto se gana, no se impone.......
nosotros tampoco respetamos al _Rajaó_, pero se vá a quedar con las ganas de salir en un videoclip rockero, heavy ó metalero crazy
que se hoda laugh


 
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