History Music / PeterGabriel

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** His 2016 single "I'm Amazing", was inspired by the life of Muhammad Ali. Gabriel had written the song a few years earlier, but eventually released the song as a tribute after Ali's death.
8th Jun '16 10:29:04 AM Morgenthaler
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** "Mercy Street": to AnneSexton.

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** "Mercy Street": to AnneSexton.Creator/AnneSexton.
10th May '16 12:27:13 PM fauxtoast
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* StayWithTheAliens: the concept of the song ''Silbury Hill''. Silbury Hill is a man-made mount in Somerset and is thought to be a magnet for both UFO's and mystic/magical things.
4th May '16 5:23:01 PM aye_amber
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** ''Scratch My Back'' is all over this Trope. His cover of DavidBowie takes "Heroes" from cynical to a bittersweet TearJerker.

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** ''Scratch My Back'' is all over this Trope. His cover of DavidBowie Music/DavidBowie takes "Heroes" from cynical to a bittersweet TearJerker.
7th Apr '16 11:30:28 PM CassandraLeo
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* WorldMusic: He is credited with helping to introduce influence from world music into mainstream rock. Some of his best-known examples of this include "Biko" (1980), "The Rhythm of the Heat" (1982), and "In Your Eyes" (1986).
2nd Apr '16 5:11:55 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Singer Paula Cole was a member of Gabriel's backing band during the ''Secret World'' tour, singing Bush's and O'Connor's vocal parts. Two years later, she would have own breakout hit with "Where Have All The Cowboys Gone".
* SpiritualSuccessor: "Steam" is basically Gabriel's attempt to recapture the sound and feel of "Sledgehammer". Whether he succeeded or not and its overall quality is up to the listener.

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** Singer Paula Cole was a member of Gabriel's backing band during the ''Secret World'' tour, singing Bush's and O'Connor's vocal parts. Two years later, she would have her own breakout hit with "Where Have All The Cowboys Gone".
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* SpiritualSuccessor: "Steam" is basically Gabriel's attempt to recapture the sound and feel of "Sledgehammer". "Sledgehammer." Whether he succeeded or not and its overall quality is up to the listener.
4th Mar '16 9:22:44 AM fauxtoast
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* ''Hit'' (Gabriel's 2nd best-of collection. The first disc, ''Hit'', contains all his chart-toppers, while the second disc, ''Miss'', is made up of critical tracks in his catalog, but are likely less well-known to casual fans. [[note]]The track sequence of the UK and US versions are substantially different.[[/note]]

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* ''Hit'' (Gabriel's 2nd best-of collection. The first disc, ''Hit'', contains all his chart-toppers, while the second disc, ''Miss'', is made up of critical tracks in his catalog, but are likely less well-known to casual fans. ) [[note]]The track sequence of the UK and US versions of the ''Miss'' disc are substantially different.[[/note]]
4th Mar '16 9:21:48 AM fauxtoast
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* ''Shaking the Tree: Sixteen Golden Greats'' (Gabriel's first greatest hits collection, released in 1990. The cover photograph was taken by noted photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.)

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* ''Shaking the Tree: Sixteen Golden Greats'' (Gabriel's first greatest hits collection, released in 1990. The ) [[note]]The cover photograph was taken by noted photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.)[[/note]]



* ''Hit'' (Gabriel's 2nd best-of collection. The first disc, ''Hit'', contains all his chart-toppers, while the second disc, ''Miss'', is made up of critical tracks in his catalog, but are likely less well-known to casual fans. The track sequence of the UK and US versions are substantially different.)

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* ''Hit'' (Gabriel's 2nd best-of collection. The first disc, ''Hit'', contains all his chart-toppers, while the second disc, ''Miss'', is made up of critical tracks in his catalog, but are likely less well-known to casual fans. The [[note]]The track sequence of the UK and US versions are substantially different.)[[/note]]
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* ''Shaking the Tree: Sixteen Golden Greats'' (Gabriel's first greatest hits collection, released in 1990.)

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* ''Shaking the Tree: Sixteen Golden Greats'' (Gabriel's first greatest hits collection, released in 1990. The cover photograph was taken by noted photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.)
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