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TRESPASS

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

4.16 | 1583 ratings

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mau
5 stars With Trespass, Genesis became a lead band on the progressive movement of the '70.

This album has nothing to do with its predecessor. It's more complex and more dramatic. The first song is Looking for Someone (the first song i really loved from Genesis), a proof of majesty. One of the best beginnings ever. The music is dark, sad, and with "hope" too. Yes, all in one song!

The next song (White Mountain) and Visions of Angels are Genesis classics! One thing i want to mention here is that at the final song (The Knife) you can hear "progressive metal". We're talking about a pioneer album. A revolucionary album that when it was released, too many idiots didn't understand the music and begun to criticize it.

From here to The Lamb, all is perfect.

10/10

mau | 5/5 |

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