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INVISIBLE TOUCH

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

2.39 | 842 ratings

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voliveira
4 stars Yes, I like this album, any problems?

It is fully justifiable hatred of fans to "Invisible Touch ', ultimately there is a vast difference between him and the masterpieces of the 70s, as" Foxtrot, "" Selling England by the pound "or" trick of the tail. "Neither same "And Then There Were Three" or "Duke"were so pop it!

Despite all this, it is important to note that there is an effort by the band playing progressive rock in the past (see "Domino"), but it is obvious that the sound would not be the same the past decade.

The best tracks here are "Domino, " "Land of Confusion" (one of my fav Genesis ever), the beautiful ballad "Throwing It All Away" and the closing instrumental "The Brazilian" (a tribute to my country?).The other tracks are no less interesting, although not at the level of those here mentioned.

Honestly I really like the pop phase of Genesis (something I inherited from my father), but logically I think it is not the height of the masterpieces that I mentioned at the beginning of texto.Eu like all albums of the period 1978 - 1991, except for "Abacab, " the worst of all the albums I've heard of the band (I excluded "Calling all stations" because I have not heard).

voliveira | 4/5 |

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