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INVISIBLE TOUCH

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

2.39 | 886 ratings

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Hootywho
3 stars I like about 1/3 of this album:

Track by track breakdown: 1) Invisible Touch This track is incredibly poppy and I do not enjoy listening to it except for when Phil Collins says Chee sims to have an inbisibo toucha.

2) Tonight, Tonight, Tonight I'm not sure what it is about this song that I like but overall it's a pretty decent song.

3) Land of Confusion Again, this song isn't terrible but it is very generic 80's rock.

4) In too Deep I really dislike this song, I couldn't even finish listening to it while doing this review.

5) Anything She Does I don't enjoy this song very much either, it's a high energy song on the subject of a woman with very plain intrument work.

6) Domino, Pt. 1 - In the Glow of the Night/ Pt. 2 - The Last Domino I like this song (these songs?), again it has the underlying subject of a woman but it's very calm and what sounds like a flute or something (probably a keyboard) adds a very relaxed tone to the first part which I appreciate a lot more than the second.

7) Throwing It All Away The only part of this track is towards the end, faintly in the background, you can hear someone going Ahh! and it sounds as if they are sighing in relief of the song being nearly over.

8)The Brazilian The last track on the album, the best of the lot and the only song I have no problems with, a thoroughly enjoyable song that I will never get tired of

If there were .5 star ratings, this album would recieve a 2.5 from me but since there isn't it gets a 3 as I cannot say I only collectors should get it. Overall a mediocre album from Genesis, We've seen much worse and we've seen much better.

Hootywho | 3/5 |

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