Genesis - Trespass CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.17 | 1709 ratings

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5 stars Trespass: The most overlooked Genesis album from the 70s Gabriel era, and it's still one of my favorites. No Collins, no Hacket. But it doesn't mean anything since it's a masterpiece. Looking for Someone is the first track, and what a brilliant opening track! Peter's voice is full filled with feeling and the song structure defines the progressive music in itself: the difference between frames following a story, the theatrical lyrics and presence of the band, and the instrumental beauty. The same for the second track, where I can feel the song touching my soul and clearly watch the storyline when I close my eyes while listening to this epic play. The only track here that I don't see as a masterpiece is Visions of Angels, and isn't bad at all. The Knife is one of my favorite songs from Genesis. The first album (before Trespass) was a boring prelude, and after Trespass went the great development. But this is the real Genesis.
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