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4.60 | 3323 ratings

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5 stars That's Genesis perfect masterpiece! Nursery crime, Trespass, Selling England by the Pound, and even A Trick of the Tail are also very good ( I must add that). But few are the albuns that come near Foxtrot. I'm telling you, itī's very hard! Foxtrot was my first Genesis's album, and one of my first prog rock albuns ever. Maybe that's why a have a special love with it. I think all people that live with me are kinda sick of listenning it so much like they do. But it won't work out, I will never get sick of prog rock (mainly of Genesis' Foxtrot).

Just when it starts, in ''Watcher of the Skies'', keyboards start to act. When the Guitar comes with the bass and drums, it only gets more perfect. ''Time Table'' is a fantastic sound in that the star of Tony Banks shine with Gabriel's voice. ''Get 'Em Out By Friday '' is another good miscelaneous-kinds-of-sounds track ( simply great!).''Can-Utility and the Coastliners'', my favourite with the epic ''Supper's Ready, is responsable of mixing all the band habilities and qualities (all instruments shine). To finish, it comes to the epic, already mentionated, ''Supper's Ready. This is 23 minutes of perfection. Guitars get mixed with the keyboards, that get mixed to the drums in the right moments, that get together, in a harmonic way, to the bass lines.

As I told, a Perfect Masterpiece!, I would recommend to each person that considers himself a true Prog Rock Fan.

ProgPeter! | 5/5 |


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