Genesis - Seconds Out CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.28 | 732 ratings

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5 stars This album is one of the best live albums ever released, and certainly the epitome of Collins-era Genesis. Phil does a great job performing Gabriel-era pieces, melding them perfectly in the set with some of the newer, but stylistically similar, pieces. This album has the definitive live recording of "The Cinema Show." Never have I heard such a spectacular keyboard performance--it far surpasses the already brilliant studio version. "Dance on a Volcano" / "Los Endos" and "I Know What I Like" are also played excellently here, showcasing Genesis' instrumental prowess before they went the way of pop rock. "Supper's Ready," Genesis' finest piece, is also performed well, but just a bit of the magic is lost without Gabriel on board. Nonetheless, this album is fantastic in nearly every way, and a must-listen for any progressive rock fan.
msphelps | 5/5 |


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