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




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3.43 | 1451 ratings

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[email protected] Mol
4 stars Beeing a fan of the old (1969-1976) Genesis I do not like the late Genesis work. Not that is bad music but you cannot just compare it with the old work. After Gabriel and Hacket where gone they went to another direction in music. More accisible, simplicstic songs wich can be appreciated by a huge group of people. This album is something in between the old and new Genesis era. There are still excellent compostitions on this record and remembers me of the old work. But there are also shorter and more commercial songs on it wich will inspire their music for the comming years! As many reviewers mention before, there are a view brilliant songs on it wich makes it worthwhile buying it! Undertow, Burning rope and Many too Many are my favorits and I am not the only one as you can read. I give this four stars because this three are still geniuses without the other two who left the band.
[email protected] Mol | 4/5 |


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