Genesis - Invisible Touch CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

2.39 | 947 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
1 stars I propose that we start a petition for a -1 star rating and that this one is the first one to become the rock bottom of all albums reviewed on this site. I think this album is much worse than Abacab but somehow hate this less because I was not expecting anything from Genesis anymore,

Again I am exagerating a bit but this is to drive a point home, because Land Of Confusion and its amusing Spitting Image video did make me smile and I never zapped when I heard it. But the rest is much worse than dreadful although there are some interesting rythmic patterns , and there were many different dance versions of some of these tracks. We have here Genesis reaching the complete pop realm and obviously having turned away completely the progressive page a long time ago , even if they had given us a slight hope with the first side of their previous album.

But really, we are really lower than the Marianna Trench here. Best avoided if you are a prog fan.

Sean Trane | 1/5 |


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