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Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three... CD (album) cover




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3.43 | 1481 ratings

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3 stars After the departure of Steve Hackett, Genesis continued, now only three members, that's the reason of the title. Even though, it is considered their first incursion into more commercial music, it still has many elements of progressive sounds in the songs. What I like about the album is the force shown in the first track "Down and Out" which still has the inertia of the previous album. From this moment and on, the songs start to lose that force little by little, but they are acceptable songs. Even "Follow You Follow Me" though it is very commercial, has good moments. Unfortunately, it went lower than all their previous albums.
Memo_anathemo | 3/5 |


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