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INVISIBLE TOUCH

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

2.39 | 884 ratings

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Frasse
3 stars This album marks the peak of GENESIS as a stadium-filling Pop-Rock act. The success would last until, and including, their We Can't Dance Album and 1992 tour.

This one mainly contains 80s Pop, though more advanced than the typical. It's actually quite good for being that, but you have to be more of a fan of the 80s than a fan of Prog.

Of course, tracks like "Domino" may please your taste for epic songs just a little and the full version of "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight" and the instrumental "The Brazilian" are also neat.

Frasse | 3/5 |

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