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...AND THEN THERE WERE THREE...

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

3.43 | 1333 ratings

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mohaveman
3 stars "Down and Out", "Undertow", "Snowbound", "Burning Rope", and "The Lady Lies" are all excellent songs on this 3-man Genesis. Everything else I skip. Either too poppy or too annoying. Steve Hackett's guitar sound and writing contribution are surely missing here. This album was pretty much the end of what I consider "classic" Genesis, and the start of a more poular sound, although DUKE still was half good. Many people hate this album and many people love it. I will cut the middle and say it is not great but not bad, either. In their total album output, maybe somewhere just above DUKE and just below THE LAMB LIES DOWN ON BROADWAY. 3 stars
mohaveman | 3/5 |

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