There's also the thief trapped forever in a disembodied state in "Home by the Sea", the global disaster and "beautiful river of blood" from "Domino" - for a band so many people think of as pretty light and fluffy, the Collins-era Genesis had a shitload of really chilling lyrics.
The twisting, loud, deathly melodies at the end of Entangled, played on mellotron and a warbly synthesizer, particularly as the song's lyrics concern a patient's discussions of mental illness with a psychiatrist, definitely count on their own.
"The Knife", about a soon-to-be dictator rallying his followers.
I'll give you the names of those you must kill All must die with their children Carry their heads to the palace of old Hang them high, let the blood flow Now, in this ugly world Break all the chains around us Now, the crusade has begun Give us a land fit for heroes, NOW!
The remastered edition for the 2007 Tour Edition of Turn It On Again: The Hits manages to be even worse, with Gabriel's voice now distorted in a way that sounds as though he's talking through a megaphone as he says the following:
Some of you are going to die... martyrs, of course, to the freedom that I shall proviiiiiiide!
The ending: "We have woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnn!!!"
Steve Hackett has an instrumental track on his debut solo album, Voyage Of The Acolyte, sandwiched in between two gentle pieces, called "A Tower Struck Down". It is an aggressive, increasingly chaotic and dissonant piece with persistant, distorted electric guitars and analog synths, a sound effects Jump Scare in the middle, and the sound of a Hitler rally of "Sieg Heil"s at the end. Sweet dreams, kiddies.
The puppets used in "Land of Confusion." That is all.