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Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three... CD (album) cover




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3.43 | 1484 ratings

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3 stars I've given this album a lot of thought and after to listening to it numerous times over the past week I'm ready to give it a very fair review. And Then There Were There is a good album; much better album than given credit for. A departed Steve Hackett is a huge loss for Genesis, but really, they do an amazing job without him on this record. "Wind And Wuthering Part 2" as I've read in some reviews is actually very accurate. I was thinking that very same thing as I listened for the first time and still think. Tracks 1 - 7 are great, Down and Out, Undertow, and Burning Rope stick out as the best on the album. Scenes From A Nights Dream is the weakest song, but that's the only one. There are a lot of mixed feelings for Follow You Follow Me, I personally like it a lot. It's not prog but it's a very good song, I guess you could say I have a soft spot for it. Genesis did a great job on this album in my opinion. I give it three stars only because it's not as good as Wind And Wuthering, which I gave four stars. This is exactly what PA describes as a three star album, Good, but not essential.
Kix | 3/5 |


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