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Symphonic Prog

4.61 | 2632 ratings

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5 stars Foxtrot is, in my opinion, the more solid album from Genesis. Undoubetly Selling England by the pound contains some of the Genesis' top classics but, in general, I think Foxtrot works better as a whole. There are some well done dramatic scenes all along the record, a great rhythmic work, nice harmonic progressions led by the keyboard and a solidness in the composition which is obvious on its longer track, Supper's ready. I can hear this record on and on from start to end and I never get tired or bored of it. When I hear Selling England (one of my favorites too) I get a little out of mood when Phil's voice sings 'More fool me'. So, if I've got to choose just one record from Genesis, Foxtrot is my election.
Rik | 5/5 |


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