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2.54 | 1214 ratings

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5 stars well,in fact this is a hard to describe album for 2 reasons that maybe some people noticed like me:one is the feeling that songs wake on me and the second is that you can say in a "easy way" this is not genesis,genesis donīt sound in this way... well i ask not the same line-up that records late albums like trespas,foxtrot,lamb..?Yes!!!so first of all you cannot say thatt this album is not genesis!!! maybe this album has not the classic genesis sound,is ok i agree,but in my opinion is the most original album they made,because if you think except "lamb" album,all previous sounds very similar(simply perfect!!!,but similar)and if you think the year it was published this reason is stronger in my opinion all songs are really good,is not a concept album but sometimes you can think it because all album has same atmosphera,maybe a bit long for the year(near 1 hour,most of albums of that time were near of 30 minutes)but not boring at all!! is hard to describe it musically because the most similar album i hear is supertrampīs debut and this album was released some years after"from genesis to revelation"but i can say is a mix of folk,hymn and intimist music well,thatīs all a BRILLIANT career till "a trick of the tail"altought "wind and wuthring" is not bad,but this "revelation" touch me deep....
javierros | 5/5 |


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