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Among the top classic prog rock bands of all times, GENESIS is most known in the prog scene for the superb line-up Peter GABRIEL, Phil COLLINS, Steve HACKETT, Mike RUTHERFORD and Tony BANKS, which played together from 1971's "Nursery Cryme" to 1974's "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway". After this extraordinary period GABRIEL left the band, but the progressive music quality remained the same untill HACKETT left the band. From that point on, under the popish influence of Phil COLLINS, the band took another path towards the commercial market...

Their best work was produced while Peter GABRIEL was with the band, and for a year after he left. Here is a GUIDE to their work from that period.

EARLY PERIOD:
"Trespass" (1970) was the band's second album, which featured Anthony PHILLIPS on guitar and John MAYHEW on drums. There are six songs here, all of which show glimpses of the power the band was to develop more fully later.

MIDDLE PERIOD:
"Nursery Cryme" (1971) shows the band struggling with their new mix of talent, and has a couple of weak songs. "Foxtrot" (1972) shows a more confident and accomplished band. "Selling England By The Pound" (1973) finds the band in a slightly mellower mood, with more acoustic work here on piano and guitar than before. "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" (1974) is arguably the band's finest album. It is a 90-minute theater piece filled with a wide variety of music and moods.

LATE PERIOD:
But the first two albums made in this period still managed to preserve enough of the band's "progressive" qualities to make them interesting to old fans. "A Trick Of The Tail" (1975) is a very strong album that still sounds good today. "Wind and Wuthering" (1976) is the last album made by the "old" GENESIS.

APOCRYPHA:
Several albums appeared in the 90s that fit well into the discography of the "old" GENESIS. ... "Genesis Archive: 1967-1975" / "Genesis Revisited" / "Genesis For Two Grand Pianos"

CONCLUSION:
One of the best "progressive" rock bands that rose to prominence in England in the early 70s.

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GENESIS discography


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GENESIS top albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

2.58 | 952 ratings
From Genesis To Revelation
1969
4.17 | 1945 ratings
Trespass
1970
4.41 | 2642 ratings
Nursery Cryme
1971
4.60 | 3033 ratings
Foxtrot
1972
4.63 | 3503 ratings
Selling England By The Pound
1973
4.29 | 2469 ratings
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1974
4.27 | 2140 ratings
A Trick Of The Tail
1976
4.09 | 1622 ratings
Wind And Wuthering
1976
3.42 | 1201 ratings
...And Then There Were Three...
1978
3.49 | 1197 ratings
Duke
1980
2.56 | 1049 ratings
Abacab
1981
2.74 | 1039 ratings
Genesis
1983
2.43 | 1068 ratings
Invisible Touch
1986
2.64 | 966 ratings
We Can't Dance
1991
2.50 | 840 ratings
Calling All Stations
1997

GENESIS Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.97 | 800 ratings
Genesis Live
1973
4.30 | 821 ratings
Seconds Out
1977
3.43 | 424 ratings
Three Sides Live
1982
2.05 | 309 ratings
Live - The Way We Walk Volume One - The Shorts
1992
2.84 | 321 ratings
Live - The Way We Walk Volume Two - The Longs
1993
3.21 | 276 ratings
Live Over Europe 2007
2007

GENESIS Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc)

4.41 | 133 ratings
In Concert 1976
1977
3.11 | 71 ratings
Three Sides Live
1982
3.35 | 56 ratings
The Mama Tour
1985
2.49 | 49 ratings
Visible Touch (VHS)
1987
3.33 | 41 ratings
A History Of Genesis
1991
3.38 | 74 ratings
The Way We Walk (DVD)
2001
3.90 | 51 ratings
The Genesis Songbook
2001
2.89 | 27 ratings
Inside Genesis 1975-1980
2003
3.22 | 89 ratings
Invisible Touch - Live At Wembley (DVD)
2004
3.05 | 71 ratings
The Video Show
2004
3.96 | 79 ratings
Genesis Live Video
2004
2.83 | 32 ratings
Inside Genesis The Gabriel Years 1970-1975
2004
2.94 | 14 ratings
Rock Review - A Critical Retrospective
2005
2.38 | 36 ratings
The Gabriel Era
2006
3.78 | 49 ratings
In London
2007
3.70 | 11 ratings
Up Close And Personal (DVD and book set)
2007
4.15 | 154 ratings
When In Rome
2008
3.58 | 12 ratings
Land of confusion
2010
2.48 | 27 ratings
Sum Of The Parts
2014

GENESIS Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

5.00 | 1 ratings
Presenting Genesis
1974
0.00 | 0 ratings
70's Pop Sound
1974
4.40 | 5 ratings
Genesis Collection Volume One
1975
4.80 | 5 ratings
Genesis Collection Volume Two
1975
2.60 | 48 ratings
Reflection - Rock Theatre
1975
4.12 | 22 ratings
The Best...
1976
2.35 | 14 ratings
Genesis in Concert
1977
4.05 | 2 ratings
The Story Of Genesis
1978
4.08 | 6 ratings
Nursery Cryme / Foxtrot
1979
2.00 | 1 ratings
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1981
0.00 | 0 ratings
Genesis
1981
4.00 | 2 ratings
Genesis
1981
3.50 | 2 ratings
Genesis
1989
1.00 | 2 ratings
The Vertigo Years
1990
2.41 | 28 ratings
Turn It On Again - Best Of 81-83
1991
4.29 | 229 ratings
Archive 1967-1975
1998
3.02 | 23 ratings
The Original Album
1998
3.00 | 2 ratings
The Greatest
1998
2.23 | 99 ratings
Turn It On Again - The Hits
1999
2.94 | 133 ratings
Archive 2 1976 - 1992
2000
3.18 | 90 ratings
The Platinum Collection
2004
1.92 | 19 ratings
14 From Our Past
2007
3.48 | 88 ratings
Genesis 1983-1998
2007
2.19 | 39 ratings
Turn It On Again The Hits -The Tour Edition
2007
3.90 | 119 ratings
Genesis 1976 - 1982
2007
4.50 | 181 ratings
Genesis 1970 -75
2008
3.76 | 89 ratings
Genesis Live 1973 - 2007
2009
4.13 | 8 ratings
The Movie Box
2009
1.33 | 3 ratings
The Magic Of Time
2013
2.06 | 26 ratings
R-Kive
2014

GENESIS Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

2.56 | 28 ratings
The Silent Sun / That's Me
1968
2.55 | 20 ratings
A Winter's Tale / One-Eyed Hound
1968
2.50 | 11 ratings
GENESIS
1969
4.03 | 49 ratings
The Knife
1971
4.03 | 15 ratings
Nursery Cryme
1972
3.16 | 52 ratings
Happy The Man
1972
4.05 | 63 ratings
Twilight Alehouse
1973
4.29 | 55 ratings
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
1973
4.63 | 19 ratings
Watcher of the Skies
1973
3.50 | 6 ratings
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) / After The Ordeal
1973
3.14 | 7 ratings
I Know What I Like / More Fool Me
1973
3.60 | 5 ratings
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Promo)
1974
4.09 | 45 ratings
Counting Out Time
1974
4.25 | 53 ratings
The Carpet Crawlers / The Waiting Room
1975
4.13 | 41 ratings
Counting Out Time / Riding The Scree
1975
4.36 | 11 ratings
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1975
3.51 | 16 ratings
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
1975
3.53 | 15 ratings
The Carpet Crawl
1975
4.43 | 21 ratings
A Trick of the Tail
1976
2.97 | 16 ratings
Ripples
1976
3.92 | 34 ratings
Entangled
1976
3.32 | 18 ratings
Your Own Special Way
1976
4.38 | 8 ratings
Entangled / Ripples
1976
4.20 | 10 ratings
A Trick Of The Tail / Squonk
1976
4.13 | 8 ratings
A Trick Of The Tail / Carpet Crawl
1976
3.00 | 5 ratings
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) / Carpet Crawl
1977
2.99 | 129 ratings
Spot the pigeon
1977
3.07 | 8 ratings
Go West Young Man (In the Motherlode)
1978
3.19 | 46 ratings
Follow You Follow Me
1978
4.00 | 38 ratings
Many Too Many
1978
3.40 | 39 ratings
Duchess/Open Door
1980
2.87 | 38 ratings
Misunderstanding
1980
3.75 | 39 ratings
Turn it on again
1980
2.65 | 30 ratings
No reply at all
1981
2.81 | 50 ratings
Abacab
1981
2.87 | 35 ratings
Keep it dark
1981
2.41 | 32 ratings
3 X 3
1982
4.00 | 13 ratings
The Lady Lies
1982
2.96 | 15 ratings
Paperlate picture 7''
1982
2.66 | 25 ratings
Man On The Corner
1982
2.91 | 4 ratings
Turn It On Again (Live)
1982
3.67 | 3 ratings
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) / Counting Out Time
1982
3.00 | 3 ratings
Follow You, Follow Me / A Trick Of The Tail
1983
4.45 | 11 ratings
Home By The Sea
1983
4.28 | 27 ratings
Firth Of Fifth
1983
3.13 | 48 ratings
Mama
1983
2.86 | 32 ratings
That's All
1983
2.20 | 30 ratings
Illegal Alien
1983
2.35 | 18 ratings
Taking it all too hard
1984
2.50 | 2 ratings
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight Exclusive Candid Interview
1986
2.41 | 41 ratings
Invisible Touch
1986
2.26 | 30 ratings
Throwing It All Away
1986
1.97 | 32 ratings
In Too Deep
1986
2.56 | 50 ratings
Land of Confusion
1986
3.39 | 31 ratings
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight 12''
1987
3.50 | 22 ratings
Tonight, Tonight Tonight Tonight 7''
1987
3.76 | 33 ratings
No Son Of Mine
1991
1.60 | 5 ratings
We Can't Dance (Special Edition Volkswagen)
1991
2.56 | 16 ratings
Tell Me Why 5'' Cd single
1992
2.72 | 27 ratings
Jesus He Knows Me 5'' CD single
1992
2.60 | 35 ratings
I Can't Dance
1992
2.55 | 29 ratings
Hold On My Heart
1992
2.31 | 17 ratings
Never a Time
1993
2.84 | 13 ratings
Tell me why
1993
1.84 | 39 ratings
Congo
1997
2.52 | 29 ratings
Shipwrecked
1997
2.54 | 32 ratings
Not About Us
1998
3.25 | 32 ratings
The Carpet Crawlers 1999 5' promo CD
1999

GENESIS Reviews


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 The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.29 | 2469 ratings

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Review by VianaProghead

5 stars Review nš 79

As all we know, Genesis is a British progressive rock group formed in 1967 when Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford were students at Charterhouse School at Godalming, in Surrey. The band reached their highest point when they saw joined to them Steve Hackett and Phil Collins. After the recording of three studio albums "Nursery Crime" in 1971, "Foxtrot" in 1972 and "Selling England By The Pound" in 1973, which are, in general, considered their best studio works, Genesis decided to make a new studio album, "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway".

"The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" is their sixth studio album. It's a very ambitious album, a double conceptual album, which was recorded and released in 1974, and it marked the culmination of the group's early history, and which became a landmark in the progressive rock music. It's a conceptual album with a very involved story and a large cast of characters. The album tells a surrealistic story of a young Puerto Rican delinquent named Rael who lives in New York swept to an alternate dimension with bizarre creatures and other hazards to rescue his brother John. The story describes his spiritual journey and his quest to establish his freedom and identity. Several events and places described are derived from Gabriel's dreams, and the protagonist's name is also a pun of his own surname.

Although, despite all the songs have been signed by all band's members, the music of most of them were only written by Banks, Collins, Hackett and Rutherford, without the participation of Gabriel, who wrote the story and all the lyrics alone. This fact created a very strange situation with Gabriel writing apart from the others. On their previous albums writing music has always been a group's effort and the lyrics always were written by various members of the band. That fact caused great tension in the group, especially and particularly because Rutherford had suggested originally a conceptual album based on "The Little Prince", a famous novel by the French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupery.

"The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" marks also the strained relations between the band's members, particularly between Banks and Gabriel. So, it wasn't a completely strange thing that during "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" live tour, Gabriel have announced to his band colleagues that he had decided to leave the group. However, he fully fulfilled his commitments with the band to the conclusion of the entire live tour.

In contrast to the other albums made by Genesis, "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" is a collection of short tracks. Originally, the album was released as a double vinyl disc with four sides and twenty three tracks. The album is set up in a remarkable fashion, with the first LP being devoted to more oriented rock songs and the second being largely devoted to more instrumental tracks. So, the first LP is without any question, far more direct than the second. It contains a number of masterpieces, such as the eponymous first track "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway", the fifth track "In The Cage" and the tenth track "The Carpet Crawlers". These three tracks of the album are some of the most favourite's songs for the band and were frequently performed by them, on their live shows even as solo artists.

"The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" is a massive monolith among the works of Genesis. It's their only double studio album, it's their only true conceptual album, it's their last release with Gabriel and it's their only album that was played in full on the accompanying live tour. So, many things about this album are remarkable. The music is ethereal at times and groovy at others and the lyrics on the album are very polished. It also has already been mentioned by some that describes this album as the Genesis's most American work. This is a very special album in their entire musical career.

Conclusion: "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" is a colossal and a fantastic studio work. It's largely a Gabriel's conceptual album, and it's also unfortunately, his swansong with Genesis. Despite the conceptual and musical differences, "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" is for Genesis at the same level as "Tales From Topographic Oceans" is for Yes. Who've read my review about "Tales From Topographic Oceans", knows that I love that album too. However, the mainly difference between these two pieces of music is that "Tales From Topographic Oceans" is a very controversial album and very few consensual for fans, prog heads and even for the band's members themselves. While with "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway", it isn't the same thing. But above all, it's a pity that after this extraordinary album Gabriel had to leave the band. However, in every way, this is a considerable and lasting achievement work and it will be always a milestone in the entire band's work. They had gone as far as they could together, and the simple question is this. What would have been Genesis, if Gabriel remained in the group? We will never know, really. The true is that with his last participation on "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway", Gabriel left the band through the front door.

Prog is my Ferrari. Jem Godfrey (Frost*)

 Selling England By The Pound by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1973
4.63 | 3503 ratings

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Review by Scorpius

5 stars This album personally is my favorite Genesis record. The concept, the lyrics and the music tie together perfectly to create the greatest 53 minutes and 50 seconds of your life.Dancing with the Moonlit Knight and Firth of fifth are both classic prog epics, while The Battle of Epping Forest and Cinema show boast some of the greatest instrumentation by Genesis. Not to mention Firth of Fifth has one of the greatest guitar solos ever to grace a Genesis song. I know what I like (in your wardrobe) was a surprise hit, and definitely a highlight on the album. After the Ordeal is an underrated gem for me, and really a great instrumental. More Fool Me is probably the only track I could do without, but its still a good one. Overall, this is an amazing album and a must have for any prog fan.

Overall Track rating: "Dancing with the Moonlit Knight" - 9/10 "I know what I like (In your Wardrobe)" - 8/10 "Firth of Fifth" - 10/10 "More Fool Me - 6/10 "The Battle of Epping Forest" - 8.5/10 "After the Ordeal" - 7.5/10 "Cinema Show" - 10/10

 Turn It On Again (Live) by GENESIS album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1982
2.91 | 4 ratings

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Turn It On Again (Live)
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Guillermo
Prog Reviewer

3 stars In june 1982 GENESIS released their "Three Sides Live" album (which was mainly recorded in 1981), and to promote the album they also toured in August-September 1982 with their "Three Sides Live Encore Tour", playing some songs that the live album included and also some songs which were not included in the album. Like in previous tours since 1978, the band was a trio (Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford ) augmented by drummer Chester Thompson and guitarist / bassist Daryl Stuermer. Also during that year, PHIL COLLINS and MIKE RUTHERFORD released their respective second solo albums ("Hello...I Must Be Going!", in November, and "Acting Very Strange", in September), and their former lead singer PETER GABRIEL also released a solo album (in September, titled "Peter Gabriel" AKA "Security" or "Peter Gabriel 4"). All this activity during 1982 also included a very special event: a benefit concert, in October 2, with a reunion of the "Classic " line-up of the band (Banks, Collins, Rutherford, Gabriel, and playing with them in the Encores, Steve Hackett; with Thompson and Stuermer also playing with them) called "Six of the Best", in Milton Keynes, U.K., to help Gabriel to recover of financial problems that he had during the making of the first WOMAD Festival. Unfortunately, apparently that reunion in October 1982 was not profesionally recorded or filmed, but there are a lot of photos available from the event plus several audience recordings of various qualities which shows the band playing and singing with some mistakes (they only had time to rehearse for one day for that concert!).

One of the songs they played in that concert was "Turn It On Again", which had the very rare appearance of Peter Gabriel playing the drums (Chester Thompson's drum kit) while Phil Collins was singing the song, with Gabriel and Collins playing the drums together in the final parts of the song.

The live version of "Turn It On Again" which was included in this single was taken from the "Three Sides Live" album, with Chester Thompson on drums on most parts of the song and with Collins also playing the drums at the end of the song with Thompson. I have to say that the "Three Sides Live" album has a very good recording and mixing, and shows the band playing very well, with Collins's vocals showing some changes, sounding more "raw" and strong in comparison to previous years, but sounding very well, anyway, Stuermer plays a rhythm guitar while also playing bass pedals, and with Rutherford playing the very characteristic riff of this song on his guitar with Banks also playing it in one of his keyboards. It sounds like it is a simple Rock song, but the rhythm in fact is not so simple. There is also a promotional video of this song which I watched to on TV once in 1983 , which in fact was also included in the "Three Sides Live" concert video.

In the Side "B" of this single there is the song titled as "Who Dunnit?", which was taken from their "Abacab" album from 1981. Many people considers it as GENESIS's worst song ever. Despite the song has some funny moments, I consider it as their second worst song ever. As I wrote in other reviews, I consider "Illegal Alien" from their 1983 self-titled album as their worst song ever. "Who Dunnit?" is really "funny" in comparison.

 Trespass by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1970
4.17 | 1945 ratings

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Trespass
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Magnum Vaeltaja
Collaborator Eclectic Prog Team

5 stars In their Gabriel-Banks-Rutherford-Hackett-Collins heyday, Genesis produced some incredible music, including some veritable masterpieces. However, despite all of the great material that came out from this line-up, they never released a true masterpiece album; each one, even my favourite, Nursery Cryme, had its flaws here or there. But without Hackett or Collins, while Genesis was still in its incubation phase so to speak, they somehow, and I'm sure you could attribute it to either youthful energy or beginner's luck, managed to pull off a perfect album. So while 1970's "Trespass" may not necessarily rise to the same absolute peaks as some of the band's later material, the album provides such a cohesive, intertwined pastoral journey that it is absolutely essential for any prog collector.

While this album is usually brushed aside as just folky, or just soft, with The Knife waking you up at the end, there really is much more subtlety and finesse to the whole experience, and it really gives a good diversity of moods. Take "Looking For Someone", for example. Peter Gabriel is obviously Peter Gabriel here, with his eccentric lyrics and melodramatic delivery giving a hazy, haunting opening. And what really makes this track, as well as the others on "Trespass", stand out in the Genesis catalog is the fact that, although Gabriel takes many poetic liberties in his libretto, the lyrics aren't quite as overblown as on "Foxtrot" or "The Lamb"; the sentiments still feel genuinely human.

Anyhow, after "Looking For Someone" erupts to a climax, the album does generally settle down in terms of intensity, though the energy is still prominent. As I said, the album is very consistent throughout and there are no serious standout tracks between "White Mountain" and "The Knife"; they're all quite excellent. Some particular moments do shine through, of course, but I'll leave those to you, the listener, to pick out.

With all of the mystery and enchantment of the British highland countryside that we see on the cover, "Trespass" takes the listener into territory seldom crossed, a genuinely breathtaking, human, but still magical, view of the often caricatured medieval imagery that prog dabbles in. 5 stars.

 Calling All Stations by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1997
2.50 | 840 ratings

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Calling All Stations
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by ProgShine
Collaborator Errors & Omissions Team

2 stars Nowadays everybody that follows music know about Genesis. The British band that in their heydays was the precursor and one of the best Pprogressive Rock bands out there.

Genesis fans are also very divided, or either you like the 70s or you like the 80s, very few in the middle. They were one of the rare cases of a band that went a completely different way from their initial phase and became huge, a succesful monster.

In 1991 thei released the last studio album with Phil Collins and 6 years later they decided to start again. New vocalist Ray Wilson was hired to fill the singing role while, as usual, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks provided the songs.

Now, granted, Calling All Stations is not a very bad record but it's not a very good record either. The problem with the album is that it's very average in everything. In therms of sound it's not all that different from the previous studio, We Can't Dance (that is very mediocre). Ray Wilson is not a bad singer but the problem is that he's either trying to sound sound like Phil Collins when Genesis is playing a 80's sounding track or he sounds like Peter Gabriel when the tracks ask for the 70's Genesis.

Songwriter wise the album is not very bad but we don't have any tracks that will stand out, it's just a mixed bag not very carefully thrown together. And that combined with the fact that everything sounds like or Peter Gabriel or Phil Collins makes it a bad record. Calling All Stations shouldn't have been released as a Genesis album it should have been released with another name on the cover. Same lineup but a different name could have given them more time to develope the whole project. Releasing it as a Genesis record has a shot in its own feet. So much so that not even the duo Rutherford/Banks mention this era. Differently from Ray Wilson that pretty much survive on Genesis music since then.

After all we have the worst possible thing for a record in Calling All Stations, which is: you're not very good and you're not very bad, you're just average. And average is the worst thing for any record ever released.

 Genesis 1970 -75 by GENESIS album cover Boxset/Compilation, 2008
4.50 | 181 ratings

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Genesis 1970 -75
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by CassandraLeo

2 stars I have to agree with the negative reviews here: the subpar sound quality ruins what should be the definitive retrospective of one of the definitive prog bands. The music here has become yet another victim of the loudness war, a trend in which modern records are mastered at increasingly loud volumes in a mistaken belief that doing this raises record sales. Unfortunately, since the peak of loudness that was attainable in a digital recording without sacrificing audio quality was already reached long ago, the only way to raise the loudness further is to break out the dynamic range compression, which has been raised to ridiculous levels in recent years. This trend now sucks much of the dynamic range out of the recording, which, as any Genesis fan worth their salt knows, is a large part of what made their music so appealing in the first place. It's like playing Beethoven's Fifth Symphony with every note at equal volume: it misses the point of the original music. The loudness war frequently results in audible "pumping", where the artefacts of compression result in unnatural-sounding, rapid volume changes, or digital clipping, a phenomenon in which the troughs and peaks of waveforms are flattened and the sound comes out sounding muffled and distorted. It also frequently results in listener fatigue - the music a listener loves actually becomes tiresome to listen to.

I'll admit that this isn't the least dynamic recording to be released on a major label in recent years (it's not a Death Magnetic-level disaster, at least), but it's a major step down from any of the previously available sets, even the heavily EQ'd Atlantic "Definitive Edition Remasters" from 1994. The albums also often seem to have been remixed, which may be regarded by some listeners as an improvement since they reveal new details that were buried in previous mixes, but it may also be a huge distraction. Personally, I had no problem with the production on even the band's early albums, and trying to make them sound more like the drum sound of "In the Air Tonight" and "Mama", which seems to have been what the engineers here intended, does not strike me as an improvement - that sound worked wonderfully for those songs (which, unlike some Gabriel-era fanatics, I quite like), but it is not what was intended for this music, and remixing them this way is roughly comparable to hiring Ernest Hemingway to rewrite Shakespeare: Hemingway's writing may be wonderful for what it is, but Shakespeare's original works stand on their own and there is no need to rewrite them in a more "modern" style.

I'm giving this collection two stars because the packaging is nicely assembled, and the bonus material and 5.1 mixes will be of interest to hardcore fans (though the best of the bonus material already appeared on the Archive 1967-75 set). I also can't give any collection that contains Trespass, Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot, Selling England by the Pound, and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (arguably the finest five-album streak ever managed by any progressive rock band) one star. However, don't have any delusions: of the many ways available to hear this material, the CDs on this box set (as well as the concurrent standalone CD reissues) are the worst of them. My first recommendation is to track down original Charisma vinyl pressings (or good rips thereof), followed by the original Virgin/Charisma CDs. And even the heavily EQ'd "Definitive Edition Remasters" are vastly preferable to the versions available here.

In short, there is little point to this compilation apart from the 5.1 mixes (which will not be accessible to many listeners, myself included) and the bonus material (which is not momentous enough to justify purchasing six additional poorly mastered CDs). Most listeners who are interested in this collection will already have better-sounding versions of most of it, and those who do not are advised to track down those versions first and pick this set up only if they truly need to have everything.

 Foxtrot by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1972
4.60 | 3033 ratings

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Foxtrot
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Magnum Vaeltaja
Collaborator Eclectic Prog Team

3 stars Try as I might, I just can't bring myself to truly love this fourth effort by prog giants Genesis.

This is a favourite of many and I can see why; it has just about everything Genesis is renowned for. The big issue I have with this album, though, and it may have to do with the production, who knows, is that it's simply not as interesting as the two albums that bookend it, Nursery Cryme and Selling England By The Pound. The first three songs just put me to sleep completely, the instrumental accompaniments sounding dull and uninspired and Peter Gabriel's alright singing not really helping. Can-Utility picks up the energy a bit, but even then it still pales in comparison to the material off of the albums before it.

Side two is considerably better than the first. "Horizons" is pleasant but little more, like "Harlequin" off of Nursery Cryme. It does serve its purpose as an interlude quite effectively, though. Following it is the reason that many consider this album to be a masterpiece, and certainly the reason why I've raised its rating from 2 to 3 stars: "Supper's Ready".

Initially I had my reservations about this song, feeling that it went on for too long and that some of the sillier sections could have easily been cut out. In all, I didn't appreciate it as I didn't find it "serious" enough to be a prog epic. But if one considers it in a more lighthearted fashion, it becomes quite an enjoyable experience. In a sense it can be likened to the "Bohemian Rhapsody" of classic prog, something not to be taken seriously, but respectable, and definitely enjoyable, nonetheless. While sections like "Willow Farm" are more or less silly head-bobbing music to sing along to goofily, the "Apocalypse in 9/8" section does feature some technically tight performances and segues very well into the over-the-top (in a good way) ending "As Sure As Eggs Is Eggs", which pulls out all the stops to include every ballad epic finale cliche in the book. But it works really well. Every time Peter Gabriel sings "to get back HOOOOooooOOOME!" on the resolving chord and Tony Banks gives those sumptuous keyboard sweeps, you can't help but rock along. After a disappointing start, the ending definitely compensates.

Ultimately this is a good album, if not exclusively for "Supper's Ready". However, I wouldn't consider this to be an essential Genesis release, or a starting point for discovering their discography. The roles of Genesis 101 would lie in either "Selling England By The Pound" or "Nursery Cryme" in my opinion, but this is definitely one to move onto once you've worn those two out and are starving for more.

 The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.29 | 2469 ratings

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The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Magnum Vaeltaja
Collaborator Eclectic Prog Team

3 stars For me, Genesis has always been about two things, atmosphere and storytelling. On this final Gabriel-era release, they knock one of those out of the park but the other really lacks. What we have hear is a megalith of an album encompassing over 90 minutes of songs telling of the grand spiritual journey of its protagonist, and the reason why I say "songs" specifically as opposed to "music" is because of their content. What we have hear is not 90 minutes of Firth of Fifths or Musical Boxes but a whole lot of Peter Gabriel singing. The lyrics are brilliant and the story is cohesive, no doubt, but ultimately there just isn't enough substance from the rest of the band that I can enjoy this album. For that reason I'll give it 3 stars; there's no doubt that the artistry present here is good but it isn't really essential unless you're a Peter Gabriel fanatic.
 Nursery Cryme by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1971
4.41 | 2642 ratings

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Nursery Cryme
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Magnum Vaeltaja
Collaborator Eclectic Prog Team

4 stars Following the charming, enchanting release of Trespass, Genesis found themselves looking to forge on forward after the departure of subdued guitar personality Anthony Phillips. With the addition of Steve Hackett and Phil Collins, Genesis had created their classic lineup that we know and love and Nursery Cryme is the first document we have to show off their prowess and ability.

Although Hackett's style is far more flamboyant and dynamic compared to Phillips', Nursery Cryme once again finds Genesis right in their prime element, painting idyllic pictures of quaint English scenes based in domestic reality, but with a slight fantasy twist, with Peter Gabriel delivering melodramatic storytelling over top. And on side 1 of Nursery Cryme, all of these elements fall into place absolutely perfectly; I can easily say that this album lays claim to the all-too-rare perfect side. The vast dynamics of The Musical Box swell to a rousing, cathartic crescendo, For Absent Friends provides some tranquil breathing room and then Return of The Giant Hogweed blows you right out of the water with its intensity, an answer of sorts to The Knife off of Trespass.

After an almost operatic A-side, the second half of the album is a little weak. Seven Stones and The Fountain of Salmacis are still fine symphonic tracks, though, and no Genesis fan would be without them. Harold the Barrel is a sillier, more humorous tune and I appreciate the decency that the band took in keeping the comic relief short, unlike on Selling England by The Pound where a certain battle of a certain forest takes up far too much vinyl. Harlequin is the only expendable track on the album; while being pleasant, it doesn't capture the same magic as the other songs.

Although I'm tempted to give this album 5 stars for side one alone, side two just doesn't do enough for me. Flaws aside, there's no reason for prog fans not to own, or at least try out, this album. One of the classics.

 Seconds Out by GENESIS album cover Live, 1977
4.30 | 821 ratings

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Seconds Out
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by VianaProghead

5 stars Review Nš 61

"Seconds Out" is really the album that closes definitely the Steve Hackett cycle in Genesis. Hackett left the group in 1977 after this live album, while his fellow band mates were in the studio mixing together "Seconds Out". It becomes his final release with Genesis. And so, comes to an end what is usually called the end of the Hackett's era on Genesis. However, I need to mention a curious fact to our reflection. To be called the Hackett's era, it leads us to think that he was the main songwriter and the musician most influential in this musical period of Genesis. If it's partially true when we are talking about of one of the most influential musicians in the band, owner of an unmistakable sound with his guitar, in relation to the band's song writing, nothing is more wrong. Hackett had wanted to include a quarter of his own work on "Wind And Wuthering", and that wasn't possible because his colleagues in the group denied him that.

So, let's see it. "A Trick Of The Tail" has eight tracks. Tony Banks wrote two tracks and co-wrote six tracks. So, he participated in all the compositions of the album. Hackett co-wrote three tracks. Phil Collins co-wrote three tracks. Mike Rutherford co-wrote four tracks. "Wind And Wuthering" has nine tracks. Banks wrote three tracks and co- wrote three tracks. Hackett co-wrote four tracks. Collins co-wrote three tracks. Rutherford wrote one track and co- wrote three tracks. All this is to say that the vast majority of the band's compositions during this Genesis' musical period were mostly signed by Banks, while the remaining compositions of the other three band members are almost equal. I always considered that the two greatest composers of the band are Banks and Hackett, which are my favourite band's members, too. So, I always considered unfair that Hackett has had no more importance on the compositions of Genesis, which would be entirely fair. Surely, this was the main reason for his departure from Genesis.

"Seconds Out" is the Genesis' second live album and is also their debut double live album. It was released in 1977. The live performances were recorded in Paris in 1976 and 1977 on their live supporting tours of "A Trick Of The Tail" and "Wind And Wuthering", both albums released in 1976. As far as I can think, this is probably the last classic Genesis' album, because it still features Hackett and it still relies mostly on the old classic tracks. The diehard progressive fans usually don't even want to think of crossing the line between this and what followed. And as this is a live album, of course, it doesn't have Phil on the drums, in almost all of it. Bill Bruford plays on a track, "The Cinema Show", but for all of the rest of it, it's Chester Thompson, who'd previously played with none other than Frank Zappa himself. Needless to say he's really good. He'd played stuff thrice as complex and witty as Genesis' moderately tricky signatures. As an unpretentious drummer, he rules really very hard. It became a Genesis' member in their live shows.

As a double live album, "Seconds Out" concentrates heavily on the classics tracks which the band just didn't had a chance to record, or to release live, while Gabriel was still hanging around. I don't have many complaints about the song selection overall, this is a solid lot of songs. Of course, it's to be expected that the live versions of the songs are going to be inferior to their studio counterparts especially when the band is doing their best to recreate the original songs exactly. However, we can't feel it on this live album. Looking at the track listing, we can see "Firth Of Fifth", "I Know What I Like", "The Cinema Show", "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway", "The Carpet Crawlers", and, of course, a whole side dedicated to "Supper's Ready". There's also a rather pointless, I must say, short excerpt of "The Musical Box", a closing section. We also have plus some of the newer material, like "Squonk", "Dance On A Volcano", "Robbery, Assault And Battery" and "Los Endos", which are all tracks from "A Trick Of The Tail". Strangely, there's only one number from "Wind And Wuthering", "Afterglow", a Banks tune, which closes the original studio album.

Conclusion: "Seconds Out" is clearly the best Genesis' live album and is also, in my humble opinion, one of their few live albums that deserve to be rated as a masterpiece. It's a very well balanced album with a great selection of songs to be played live. It's also very well representative of the group's repertoire at the time, and it has great and magical musical moments. It's without any doubt, one of the most fantastic live albums from the 70's. It sounds loud, powerful and energetic, which is exactly the way that a live release should sound. A Genesis' concert was a very powerful thing of beauty and real awe in the 70's, when Gabriel was still part of the group, and compared with those times, this release stands out, because it shows how the band unleashed their enthusiasm and energy to compensate for the loss of Gabriel. It represents also the definitive farewell of Hackett in Genesis. With his departure, Genesis turns to be a trio and unfortunately they began to lose their progressive references and they turned to be a very successful pop band.

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