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Genesis - Turn It on Again: The Hits (Limited Edition 2 CD Tour Edition) CD £5.83 + Free Delivery @ dvd.co.uk
Genesis - Turn It on Again: The Hits (Limited Edition 2 CD Tour Edition) CD £5.83 + Free Delivery @ dvd.co.uk

Genesis - Turn It on Again: The Hits (Limited Edition 2 CD Tour Edition) CD £5.83 + Free Delivery @ dvd.co.uk

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The sound of Phil Collins's distinctive voice set against a pulsing synthesizer and pounding electro/acoustic percussion became one of the most characteristic and ubiquitous sounds of 1980s (and early '90s) rock. And if Collins's solo work during that period seemed occasionally indistinguishable from that of his band, it was only evidence of the remarkable transformation that Genesis had undergone from its late '60s art-school roots. Indeed, the idea of an eventual Greatest Hits package would have been laughable then. But as the original quintet turned quartet (with the departure of vocalist Peter Gabriel) and then trio (when guitarist Steve Hackett left), the spotlight focused with increasing intensity on Collins and his pop and R&B sense. Though it overlooks a few contenders ("No Reply at All" and "Taking It All Too Hard") in service of balance (and the inclusion of late-model Genesis frontman Ray Wilson), this is a good sampler of one of rock's most consistent (if predictable) hit-makers. Gabriel and Hackett also return for one new track, reuniting the original quintet for a richly textured update of The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway 's "The Carpet Crawlers."

Disc: 1
1. Turn It On Again
2. No Son Of Mine
3. I Cant Dance
4. Hold On My Heart
5. Jesus He Knows Me
6. Tell Me Why
7. Invisible Touch
8. Land Of Confusion
9. Tonight Tonight Tonight
10. In Too Deep
11. Throwing It All Away
12. Mama
13. Thats All
14. Illegal Alien
15. Abacab
16. No Reply At All
17. Carpet Crawlers

Disc: 2
1. Paperlate
2. Keep It Dark
3. Man On The Corner
4. Duchess
5. Misunderstanding
6. Follow You Follow Me
7. Many Too Many
8. Your Own Special Way
9. Afterglow
10. Pigeons
11. Inside And Out
12. Trick Of The Tail
13. Knife
14. Counting Out Time
15. I Know What I Like
16. Happy The Man
17. Congo

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Genesis were brilliant without Collins upfront.... It wasnt his fault alone that they became a shadow of their former selves... Gabriel didnt even contribute that much musically... but post 74 they drifted away to nothing musically... Dont care about them being 'more succesfull'.

Its a good price if you dont mind his horrible whiny voice... so voted hot... but a great drummer and nothing else.

Genesis Were too weird for me before Collins

Gedfaz;4028630

Genesis were brilliant without Collins upfront.... It wasnt his fault … Genesis were brilliant without Collins upfront.... It wasnt his fault alone that they became a shadow of their former selves... Gabriel didnt even contribute that much musically... but post 74 they drifted away to nothing musically... Dont care about them being 'more succesfull'.Its a good price if you dont mind his horrible whiny voice... so voted hot... but a great drummer and nothing else.



Each to their own... but you're so wrong. :-D

Phil Collins? One cabbie that got away. I'd rather puncture both ear drums than spend another day in hell hearing the less than mediocre geezer in the air, oh luv.
uk.youtube.com/wat…XXg
http://img132.imageshack.us/img132/7579/philcollinsaj4.jpg

washere;4029106

Phil Collins? One cabbie that got away. I'd rather puncture both ear … Phil Collins? One cabbie that got away. I'd rather puncture both ear drums than spend another day in hell hearing the less than mediocre geezer in the air, oh luv.http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=NIVGjWA0XXg




:-D

Selling england by the pound just for firth of firth alone, mind you cinema show or watcher of the skies or riding the scree

Im hovering like a fly waitin for the windshield on the freeway;-)
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