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4.65 | 4535 ratings

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5 stars What a fantastic album! The songs are magical and the sound is very good.

Dancing with the moonlit knight: 9/10 --> A very beautiful song. The voice, guitar, mellotron is so good. The end of the song is long... but good.

I know what i like (in your wardrobe): 8/10 --> Funny commercial song. The chorus is cool.

Firth of fifth: 10/10 --> Wow, it's magical. If you remove one instrument, it doesn't work.

More fool me: 7/10 --> I don't listen often this song but the phil vocal is good and the 12-string guitar.

The battle of epping forest: 8/10 --> When i got the album, i don't listen this tune, only after 3 month. It's not a easy-listening tune but it's very good. The worst point it's there are too much vocal.

After the ordeal: 10/10 --> One of my favourite song of Genesis. I love it. The guitar and piano are very good together. Wow.

The cinema show: 10/10 --> Like all the Genesis fans, if you remove supper's ready, it's the best song of genesis. The intro with the guitar and the voice is superb. The instrumental and vocal part at 3:00 is magical and instrumental part at the end of the song is magical.

Aisle of plenty: 6/10 --> I don't listen it often, never. It's the same theme of dancing with... I prefer listen the fisrt track.

It's my second favourite album of Genesis after Foxtrot. It's very beautiful and magical.

majitronic | 5/5 |


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