History Music / Genesis

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** Mike Rutherford in the 3-man era which makes him [[LooksLikeJesus resemble Jesus]].
28th Apr '16 5:11:00 PM MarkLungo
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->''There's too many men,\\

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->''There's ->''"There's too many men,\\



Can't you see this is a land of confusion?''
-->"Land of Confusion"

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Can't you see this is a land of confusion?''
-->"Land
confusion?"''
-->--"Land
of Confusion"



* 1972 - ''Foxtrot''

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* 1972 - ''Foxtrot'' (Includes the epic "Music/SuppersReady", which has its own page)
28th Apr '16 5:08:38 PM MarkLungo
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[[caption-width-right:350: The classic line-up of Genesis. From left to right: Mike Rutherford (top), Music/PhilCollins (bottom), Music/TonyBanks, Steve Hackett and Music/PeterGabriel.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: The classic 1971-75 line-up of Genesis. From left to right: Mike Rutherford (top), Music/PhilCollins (bottom), Music/TonyBanks, Steve Hackett and Music/PeterGabriel.]]
25th Apr '16 9:06:40 PM CassandraLeo
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* LoudnessWar: The 2008/2009 remasters.

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* LoudnessWar: The 2008/2009 remasters. The 1976-1982 and 1983-1998 sets are absolutely terrible about this and the 1970-1975 set isn't much better. [[http://www.progarchives.com/Review.asp?id=196514 This review of the 1970-1975 box set]] clearly identifies many of the flaws. Generally, it's recommended to [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes track down]] an original vinyl pressing or one of the original Virgin/Charisma [=CDs=].
25th Apr '16 8:56:07 PM CassandraLeo
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* SiameseTwinSongs: Several examples: "The Cinema Show" -> "Aisle of Plenty", a bunch of songs on ''The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway'', "Unquiet Slumbers for the Sleepers..." -> "...In That Quiet Earth" -> "Afterglow", "Duchess" -> "Guide Vocal" (although "Guide Vocal" is frequently cut out when "Duchess" is played on the radio, due to the latter's release as a single), "Duke's Travels" -> "Duke's End", "Home by the Sea" -> "Second Home by the Sea", etc. "Dodo/Lurker" could be considered another example, although it's indexed as one track.

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* SiameseTwinSongs: Several examples: "The Cinema Show" -> "Aisle of Plenty", a bunch of songs on ''The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway'', "Unquiet Slumbers for the Sleepers..." -> "...In That Quiet Earth" -> "Afterglow", "Duchess" -> "Guide Vocal" (although "Guide Vocal" is frequently cut out when "Duchess" is played on the radio, due to the latter's release as a single), "Duke's Travels" -> "Duke's End", "Home by the Sea" -> "Second Home by the Sea", Sea" (though, similarly to the "Duchess" example, "Home by the Sea" was released as a single), etc. "Dodo/Lurker" could be considered another example, although it's indexed as one track.
25th Apr '16 8:54:15 PM CassandraLeo
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* SiameseTwinSongs: Several examples: "The Cinema Show" -> "Aisle of Plenty", a bunch of songs on ''The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway'', "Unquiet Slumbers For The Sleepers..." -> "...In That Quiet Earth" -> "Afterglow", "Duchess" -> "Guide Vocal", "Duke's Travels" -> "Duke's End", "Home by the Sea" -> "Second Home by the Sea", etc. "Dodo/Lurker" could be considered another example, although it's indexed as one track.

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* SiameseTwinSongs: Several examples: "The Cinema Show" -> "Aisle of Plenty", a bunch of songs on ''The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway'', "Unquiet Slumbers For The for the Sleepers..." -> "...In That Quiet Earth" -> "Afterglow", "Duchess" -> "Guide Vocal", Vocal" (although "Guide Vocal" is frequently cut out when "Duchess" is played on the radio, due to the latter's release as a single), "Duke's Travels" -> "Duke's End", "Home by the Sea" -> "Second Home by the Sea", etc. "Dodo/Lurker" could be considered another example, although it's indexed as one track.



* SoloSideProject: Music/PhilCollins started his highly successful solo career in 1981. Around the same time, Genesis grew more popular, too, with Collins still as their drummer and lead singer. That way, it was pretty much impossible to avoid his music in The Eighties. It wasn't until the late Nineties that Collins left Genesis. Also, guitarist/bassist Mike Rutherford recorded two solo albums before forming his own SoloSideProject, Mike + the Mechanics. Not to mention Genesis' former and gone-for-good lead singer Peter Gabriel. Steve Hackett's first solo album, "Voyage of the Acolyte", was recorded before he formally left Genesis.

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* SoloSideProject: Music/PhilCollins started his highly successful solo career in 1981. Around the same time, Genesis grew more popular, too, with Collins still as their drummer and lead singer. That way, it was pretty much impossible to avoid his music in The Eighties. It wasn't until the late Nineties that Collins left Genesis. Also, guitarist/bassist Mike Rutherford recorded two solo albums before forming his own SoloSideProject, Mike + the Mechanics. Not to mention Genesis' former and gone-for-good lead singer Peter Gabriel. Steve Hackett's first solo album, "Voyage ''Voyage of the Acolyte", Acolyte'', was recorded before he formally left Genesis.



** The Peter Gabriel solo song "Solsbury Hill" is about his departure from Genesis. WordOfGod confirms this.

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** The Peter Gabriel Music/PeterGabriel solo song "Solsbury Hill" is about his departure from Genesis. WordOfGod confirms this.



* XtremeKoolLetterz: ''Nursery Cryme'', ''R-Kive'', "A Visit To The Doktor".

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* XtremeKoolLetterz: ''Nursery Cryme'', ''R-Kive'', "A Visit To The to the Doktor".
14th Apr '16 8:40:23 AM 123456789
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* TheBandMinusTheFace: Genesis survived without Peter Gabriel just fine. Not so much without [[FaceOfTheBand Phil Collins]].

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* TheBandMinusTheFace: Genesis survived (and lasted longer) without Peter Gabriel just fine. Not so much without [[FaceOfTheBand Phil Collins]].
28th Mar '16 6:10:49 PM TonyG
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* ArtifactTitle: ''Abacab'' is titled after an early arrangement of the album tracks, and although the track order changed they liked the sound of it and used it as the final title.

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* ArtifactTitle: ''Abacab'' is titled after an early arrangement of the album tracks, title track, and although the track order changed it changed, they liked the sound of it and used it as the final title.
28th Mar '16 3:41:51 PM TonyG
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* ArtifactTitle: ''Abacab'' is titled after an early arrangement of the album tracks, and although the track order changed they liked the sound of it and used it as the final title.
17th Mar '16 7:02:29 PM TonyG
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** The music video for "I Can't Dance" spoofs the infamous ending of Creator/MichaelJackson's "Black and White" video.

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** The music video for "I Can't Dance" spoofs the infamous ending of Creator/MichaelJackson's "Black and or White" video.
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