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2.25 | 29 ratings

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3 stars This is a commercial Pop Rock ballad, still good and with some quality, with a very good guitar riff by Mike Rutherford and good Pop lyrics about a broken love relationship. Tony Banks was playing some new keyboard sounds which gave him some "musical identity" in the eighties. I prefer the live versions of this song than the studio version, because the songs from the "Invisible Touch" album sound a bit "Computer Programmed", but the band played them better in concert.

"Do the Neurotic" sounds a bit like the song called "The Brazilian" from the same album. After listening to this song I understood why it wasn`t included in the album. It was also included in their "Archives 2" Box Set, and at the End Credits of their "Invisible Touch Tour" video. It sounds like filler, with Phil Collins again using the electronic drums a lot.

Guillermo | 3/5 |


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