Genesis - Never a Time CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

2.38 | 14 ratings

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2 stars A friend of mine loaned me this and I managed to listen to it 3 times through so I could give a legitimate review. This release contains about 25 minutes of music, both studio and live. All is from the 80-90's poppier Genesis trio. "Never a Time" is the first track here and it is a typical Phil/Genesis ballad-nothing special, good pop, not prog. I actually feel that "Dreaming While You Sleep" is one of the better tracks on the WE CANT DANCE album. The live version here is pretty much a copy of the studio version. Nothing really added. "Turn it on Again", a live song from DUKE is okay but I think I have heard a different live version before, actually, and I'm not sure why this was needed. "Tonight Tonight" is a long live version of a track I never really cared for to begin with. So, this is average Genesis pop with some live versions stuck on. Nothing really bad, but just the typical 80-90's Genesis music. For collectors and completists only. 2 stars.
mohaveman | 2/5 |


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