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TRESPASS

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

4.16 | 1583 ratings

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The Runaway
4 stars Trespass seems like your average Prog album. 6 tracks, lengthy ones, Genesis, all fine, but the album is much more than your average Prog album, for each song has a story and is lengthy enough and word-wise to present the story to you and having the accompanying music to give the story it's drama and action.

Trespass would seem like your average Prog album, and you would buy it to get into Genesis. But this album is not regular Genesis, as it does not feature Phil Collins nor Steve Hackett, but Anthony Philips and John Mayhew, which give the album a much different feel than Steve and Phil.

Overall, Trespass has a much folkier feel to it than the other Genesis albums, such as "The Lamb", "Foxtrot", and such. I would recommend it to every Prog fan, especially new Jethro Tull fans who want to get into Genesis. Trespass is an EXCELLENT addition to ANY prog music collection.

The Runaway | 4/5 |

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