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THE LAMB LIES DOWN ON BROADWAY

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

4.28 | 2034 ratings

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5 stars Genius!My review on this album will be simply concrete!This is the best Genesis' album.It is one of the best albums of all time in music history.In terms of progressive music,it is a candidate for the best progressive album of all time.It is one of my bests.This album is quite different from the other releases by Genesis.The quality of the albums between Nursery Crime and Wind & Wuthering are perfect,but this is one level over the perfection.The sound is crystal and completely accomplished, the musicianship is great, the songs are memorable and complicated.This is concept album and rock opera (probably the best one),too.Although,the album is double and long,there isn't weak moment anywhere.The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway contains most of the greatest Genesis' song like The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway,In The Cage,Back In N.Y.C.,The Carpet Crawlers,The Chamber of 32 Doors,Lilywhite Lilith,Anyway,The Lamia,The Colony of Slipperymen and It.I don't mention the other,because thay are short intro and overture-like songs,that make the connection between the truly songs and they make it more than well.The album marks the end of Peter Gabriel's period at the band and it marks it in remarkable way.A magnum opus of everything we have to do on this planet.
poslednijat_colobar | 5/5 |

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