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Genesis - Invisible Touch - Live At Wembley (DVD) CD (album) cover




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3.25 | 110 ratings

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3 stars This show was recorded at the height of the pop career of Genesis, some years before the Wembley be demolished.This time the group was lying and rolling in money, and they had what reclaim.This performane live is strong, but not at the level "The way we walk".

I will not describe each song, because that would be boring, nor will highlight the high points of show.Just mean that the band masterfully performs pop songs, but the 70's songs... well, I guess I they do not match the clothes given by they.Especially "Los Endos", which is closed for a decent show, but for me it lost its essence.

Anyway, I stress that this is a great experience, especially for those who love the genesis of the year 80.3,5 stars

voliveira | 3/5 |


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