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INVISIBLE TOUCH

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

2.39 | 841 ratings

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Guillermo
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3 stars This album is much, much better than their 1983 "Genesis" album. Even if this album has a lot of electronic drums, which I don`t like very much, it has some good songs. But it is mainly a Pop album, with songs composed by all members of GENESIS, not only by Phil Collins, who is the favourite "scapegoat" of old fans as the reason because GENESIS changed "prog" by "pop". The song "Invisible Touch" is very good. "Tonight..." is almost "prog", but with electronic drums. "Land of Confusion" is pop with "serious" lyrics, and a very good video clip. "In too deep" is a mellow ballad, with a mellow video too (this song also appeared in the British movie "Mona Lisa"). "Anyhing she does" has interesting drums. "Domino" is the most "prog" song, but the sound of the electronic drums is not very interesting for me. "Throwing it all away" is a good ballad, with a good guitar riff by Rutherford. The instrumental "The Brazilian" is not very good, in my opinion, as it`s boring.
Guillermo | 3/5 |

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