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Symphonic Prog

2.40 | 994 ratings

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1 stars Invisible Touch is in the same vein as the previous few releases by Genesis; poppy and synth-heavy, and ultimately not progressive rock. This was, however, one of their most popular pop albums. "Invisible Touch", "Land of Confusion" and "In Too Deep" were very popular and got quite a bit of radio play. The longer songs such as "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight" and "Domino" seem like half-attempts to communicate with their ignored progressive rock era fans. Unfortunately, those tracks only come off as sounding like longer-than-average pop songs, much like "Abacab" and "Dodo" from the Abacab album. However, if you were a fan of Abacab, Duke, and the self-titled album, then you might find some music you like on this album.
colorofmoney91 | 1/5 |


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