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Tarcisio Moura
3 stars I know What I Like was the first song that gained some airplay in Brazil. It was in fact the first ever time I heard about this band, so I have a soft spot for it, although this is hardly a favorite since I came to know Genesis back catalog. I believe this single was released in my country, although I never saw it. As usual I had to rely on some of my sister´s friends who had LPs of the top bands at the time. However, when I heard the LP I was hooked. Selling England By The Pound is my second favorite album by Genesis (Foxtrot being the first, of course). so I guess I would like this single for the inclusion of the beautiful Dancing With The Moonlight Knight. I believe it´s an edited version (it would be too long for a vinyl single, specially because it does include one more song, the acoustic More Fool Me).

All in all I think this might be a very fine single for the time, although if you had the LP you´d have all the songs. I guess the presence of a non LP track would make it much more valuable for Genesis fans in general and collectors in particular. So in the end this is much more an item for completionists than anything else. But I´ll give it 3 stars because of the high quality of the material and its historic relevance.

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