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SECONDS OUT

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

4.28 | 708 ratings

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Luc
5 stars To me, this is th best Genesis album. It is also the first one I had. On tape. Air drumming in the back of the class, sharing my walkman with a classmate. Memories! All of the Gabriel era songs are better here than on the studioalbums. I believe Collins is simply a better singer than Gabriel. And there are the parts where there are to drummers, I love them! To bad there is only one with Bruford drumming since I am a huge fan of him. But Thompson is also doing a fine job here. And even if it's only Phil drumming, you can hear he is is really enjoing himself. The sound of the album is also very good. It just really sounds great, esspeccialy of you play it loud. (Eventhough I have to admitt that since I have the Gabrielera Box the older ones alaso sound pretty good) Only negative point: Afterglow. I think i'ts a terrible song. I never understood why there is only one track of Wind and Wuthering on Seconds out, and why did they choose this one??? This is the one I still listen to after all these years.
Luc | 5/5 |

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