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SELLING ENGLAND BY THE POUND

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

4.63 | 2899 ratings

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5 stars I owe my discovery of this album Gimme a friend of mine, the times of school. It was a cassette tape. Of those young people today do not even know what they are. Then it was so. The music traveled on simple tools. Naive. But richer than what you brought into it.

Peter Gabriel began to sing. Can you tell me where my country lies? ... And I hear there ... ... That voice, that day, I do not ever forget ...

"Paper late!" cried a voice in the crowd.

The keyboards of Tony Banks in Firth Of Fifth enormous complexity of a fashion designer and executive. The wait of the last verse ... The sands of time ... Were eroded by The river of constant change ... Before listening to the voice of Phil Collins in lulling More Fool Me ...

The sands of time were eroded by? The river of constant change... Before listening to the voice of Phil Collins in lulling More Fool Me ...

And then the battle. The battle of words and music. A true story set to music. A history of the past. Guys in leather jackets. Motorcycles. Botte. Guerrilla. The Battle Of Epping Forest.

That's why we're in the Battle of Epping Forest, it's the Battle of Epping Forest, right outside your door.

And then the guitars. Chimes. Until you feel a sublime music. Immense. An island in the story. An island. After The Ordeal.

There was magic in that Juliet came home from work and household chores in a hurry. After there was the cinema show. Romeo And Juliet running to win. Tie and chocolate.

An hour had passed. And Peter Gabriel found himself scrambled eggs on the plate. Response to Supper's Ready.

Now I do not know what happened to Gimme. Who knows where it is? But I would like to thank him. Without him I would not have discovered this album. And life would have lost something.

Thank you, gimme.

anywhere | 5/5 |

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