History YMMV / TheLambLiesDownOnBroadway

7th Feb '16 8:04:13 AM Freshmeat
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* MagnumOpus: One of the band's contenders for this title, the others being ''Foxtrot'' and ''Selling England by the Pound''.
29th Dec '14 7:34:17 PM CassandraLeo
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* MagnumOpus: One of the band's contenders for this title, the others being ''Foxtrot'' and ''Selling England by the Pound''.


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* VindicatedByHistory: It wasn't reviewed well at the time, but now is regarded as one of the masterpieces of ProgressiveRock and one of the band's best recordings. Allmusic even gave it their highest rating of five stars.
4th Dec '14 7:52:55 PM bt8257
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*** Phil helped write and arrange some of the music for ''The Lamb'' along with the other Genesis members, but PeterGabriel (by his insistence) wrote all of the lyrics and concept, save for "The Light Dies Down On Broadway", which Tony wrote the words for when Peter got writer's block. Gabriel was, for the most part, drug-free.

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*** Phil helped write and arrange some of the music for ''The Lamb'' along with the other Genesis members, but PeterGabriel Music/PeterGabriel (by his insistence) wrote all of the lyrics and concept, save for "The Light Dies Down On Broadway", which Tony wrote the words for when Peter got writer's block. Gabriel was, for the most part, drug-free.
21st Sep '14 9:40:16 PM youngbond007
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Pretty much the whole album, which is especially noteworthy as it's over 90 minutes long, which means it can't even fit on a ''single CD''. Keep in mind this was an album made in ''1974''.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Pretty much the whole album, which is especially noteworthy as it's over 90 minutes long, which means that today, it can't even fit on a ''single CD''. Keep in mind this was an album made in ''1974''.
21st Sep '14 9:39:24 PM youngbond007
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Pretty much the whole album, which is especially noteworthy as it's over 90 minutes long, which means it can't even on a ''single CD''. Keep in mind this was an album made in ''1974''.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Pretty much the whole album, which is especially noteworthy as it's over 90 minutes long, which means it can't even fit on a ''single CD''. Keep in mind this was an album made in ''1974''.
21st Sep '14 9:39:07 PM youngbond007
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Pretty much the whole album, which is especially noteworthy as it's over 90 minutes long.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Pretty much the whole album, which is especially noteworthy as it's over 90 minutes long.long, which means it can't even on a ''single CD''. Keep in mind this was an album made in ''1974''.
15th Aug '14 1:54:27 PM CassandraLeo
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* EpicRiff: Mostly on keyboards, see "In The Cage," "Back in N.Y.C.," "The Raven" and "Riding the Scree."

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* EpicRiff: Mostly on keyboards, see "In The Cage," "Back in N.Y.C.," "Carpet Crawlers", "The Raven" Raven", and "Riding the Scree."
25th Apr '14 11:03:18 PM Nozdordomu
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* EpicRiff: Mostly on keyboards, see "In The Cage", "The Raven" and "Riding the Scree".

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* EpicRiff: Mostly on keyboards, see "In The Cage", Cage," "Back in N.Y.C.," "The Raven" and "Riding the Scree".Scree."
25th Apr '14 11:02:02 PM Nozdordomu
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Rael's sex fail in "Counting Out Time".

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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Rael's sex fail in "Counting Out Time".Time," complete with an awkward guitar solo.
14th May '13 4:14:50 AM Akriloth2160
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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: The story is pretty much unfilmable.

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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: The story is pretty much unfilmable.unfilmable.
* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: Both the album itself and the surreal, fantastical stage show that resulted. Genesis, as (mostly) former boarding school students, were in fact one of rock's ''least'' intoxicated bands of their time, and were not normally followers of the rock and roll lifestyle (though they were possibly not entirely untouched by drugs or alcohol in their lives). Gabriel often jokes of the band rebelling by "removing the paper covers of the soap at the hotel" in the middle of the night.
** Phil Collins claims that as the Lamb tour dragged on and on, he eventually took to getting stoned backstage before going on -- he specifically chose to smoke grass because, unlike booze, it had no noticeable effect on his drumming.
*** Phil helped write and arrange some of the music for ''The Lamb'' along with the other Genesis members, but PeterGabriel (by his insistence) wrote all of the lyrics and concept, save for "The Light Dies Down On Broadway", which Tony wrote the words for when Peter got writer's block. Gabriel was, for the most part, drug-free.
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