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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)

2.59 | 775 ratings
From Genesis to Revelation
1969
4.16 | 1620 ratings
Trespass
1970
4.42 | 2168 ratings
Nursery Cryme
1971
4.61 | 2505 ratings
Foxtrot
1972
4.63 | 2899 ratings
Selling England By The Pound
1973
4.28 | 2037 ratings
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1974
4.27 | 1765 ratings
A Trick of the Tail
1976
4.09 | 1345 ratings
Wind And Wuthering
1976
3.43 | 981 ratings
...And Then There Were Three...
1978
3.49 | 990 ratings
Duke
1980
2.55 | 878 ratings
Abacab
1981
2.71 | 859 ratings
Genesis
1983
2.39 | 886 ratings
Invisible Touch
1986
2.65 | 800 ratings
We Can't Dance
1991
2.53 | 700 ratings
Calling All Stations
1997

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

3.95 | 665 ratings
Genesis Live
1973
4.28 | 678 ratings
Seconds Out
1977
3.42 | 349 ratings
Three Sides Live
1982
2.02 | 257 ratings
Live - The Way We Walk Volume One - The Shorts
1992
2.83 | 266 ratings
Live - The Way We Walk Volume Two - The Longs
1993
3.19 | 227 ratings
Live Over Europe 2007
2007

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

4.38 | 114 ratings
In Concert 1976
1977
3.07 | 53 ratings
Three Sides Live (VHS)
1982
3.31 | 43 ratings
The Mama Tour
1985
2.53 | 40 ratings
Visible Touch (VHS)
1987
3.28 | 32 ratings
A History Of Genesis
1991
3.38 | 67 ratings
The Way We Walk (DVD)
2001
3.78 | 49 ratings
The Genesis Songbook
2001
2.88 | 23 ratings
Inside Genesis 1975-1980
2003
2.77 | 27 ratings
Inside Genesis The Gabriel Years 1970-1975
2004
3.21 | 80 ratings
Invisible Touch - Live At Wembley (DVD)
2004
3.02 | 61 ratings
The Video Show
2004
3.94 | 68 ratings
Genesis Live Video
2004
2.91 | 13 ratings
Rock Review - A Critical Retrospective
2005
2.37 | 33 ratings
The Gabriel Era
2006
3.75 | 44 ratings
In London
2007
3.79 | 10 ratings
Up Close And Personal (DVD and book set)
2007
4.11 | 141 ratings
When In Rome
2008
3.75 | 12 ratings
Land of confusion
2010

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

0.00 | 0 ratings
Presenting Genesis
1974
0.00 | 0 ratings
Genesis Collection Volume One
1975
0.00 | 0 ratings
Genesis Collection Volume Two
1975
2.64 | 41 ratings
Reflection - Rock Theatre
1975
4.03 | 27 ratings
The Best...
1976
2.34 | 13 ratings
Genesis in Concert
1977
0.00 | 0 ratings
The Story Of Genesis
1978
4.04 | 4 ratings
Nursery Cryme / Foxtrot
1979
0.00 | 0 ratings
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1981
0.00 | 0 ratings
Genesis
1981
0.00 | 0 ratings
Genesis
1981
0.00 | 0 ratings
Genesis
1989
2.63 | 22 ratings
Turn It On Again - Best Of 81-83
1991
4.27 | 191 ratings
Archive 1967-1975
1998
3.05 | 22 ratings
The Original Album
1998
5.00 | 1 ratings
The Greatest
1998
2.23 | 89 ratings
Turn It On Again - The Hits
1999
2.92 | 104 ratings
Archive 2 1976 - 1992
2000
3.18 | 78 ratings
The Platinum Collection
2004
2.00 | 16 ratings
14 From Our Past
2007
3.42 | 68 ratings
Genesis 1983-1998
2007
2.04 | 32 ratings
Turn It On Again The Hits -The Tour Edition
2007
3.81 | 96 ratings
Genesis 1976 - 1982
2007
4.56 | 148 ratings
Genesis 1970 -75
2008
3.68 | 76 ratings
Genesis Live 1973 - 2007
2009
2.40 | 5 ratings
The Magic Of Time
2013
3.50 | 2 ratings
R-Kive
2014

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

2.46 | 23 ratings
The Silent Sun / That's Me
1968
2.45 | 16 ratings
A Winter's Tale / One-Eyed Hound
1968
3.63 | 8 ratings
GENESIS
1969
4.48 | 42 ratings
The Knife
1971
3.67 | 3 ratings
Nursery Cryme
1972
3.20 | 45 ratings
Happy The Man
1972
4.16 | 56 ratings
Twilight Alehouse
1973
4.30 | 47 ratings
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
1973
3.67 | 3 ratings
Watcher of the Skies
1973
4.12 | 42 ratings
Counting Out Time
1974
4.19 | 50 ratings
The Carpet Crawlers / The Waiting Room
1975
4.12 | 38 ratings
Counting Out Time / Riding The Scree
1975
4.00 | 5 ratings
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1975
4.00 | 5 ratings
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
1975
3.67 | 3 ratings
The Carpet Crawl
1975
4.33 | 6 ratings
A Trick of the Tail
1976
2.25 | 5 ratings
Ripples
1976
3.74 | 28 ratings
Entangled
1976
3.17 | 10 ratings
Your Own Special Way
1976
2.96 | 114 ratings
Spot the pigeon
1977
3.04 | 4 ratings
Go West Young Man (In the Motherlode)
1978
3.21 | 40 ratings
Follow You Follow Me
1978
3.94 | 36 ratings
Many Too Many
1978
3.34 | 35 ratings
Duchess/Open Door
1980
2.86 | 36 ratings
Misunderstanding
1980
3.69 | 36 ratings
Turn it on again
1980
2.62 | 28 ratings
No reply at all
1981
2.74 | 44 ratings
Abacab
1981
2.78 | 32 ratings
Keep it dark
1981
2.39 | 27 ratings
3 X 3
1982
3.88 | 14 ratings
The Lady Lies
1982
2.95 | 13 ratings
Paperlate picture 7''
1982
2.56 | 22 ratings
Man On The Corner
1982
4.23 | 24 ratings
Firth Of Fifth
1983
0.00 | 0 ratings
Home By The Sea
1983
3.10 | 40 ratings
Mama
1983
2.82 | 28 ratings
That's All
1983
2.17 | 27 ratings
Illegal Alien
1983
2.29 | 15 ratings
Taking it all too hard
1984
2.42 | 38 ratings
Invisible Touch
1986
2.26 | 28 ratings
Throwing It All Away
1986
1.93 | 29 ratings
In Too Deep
1986
2.53 | 43 ratings
Land of Confusion
1986
3.48 | 27 ratings
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight 12''
1987
3.65 | 20 ratings
Tonight, Tonight Tonight Tonight 7''
1987
3.67 | 30 ratings
No Son Of Mine
1991
0.00 | 0 ratings
We Can't Dance (Special Edition Volkswagen)
1991
2.77 | 13 ratings
Tell Me Why 5'' Cd single
1992
2.67 | 24 ratings
Jesus He Knows Me 5'' CD single
1992
2.71 | 31 ratings
I Can't Dance
1992
2.65 | 26 ratings
Hold On My Heart
1992
2.38 | 14 ratings
Never a Time
1993
2.97 | 10 ratings
Tell me why
1993
1.81 | 37 ratings
Congo
1997
2.50 | 27 ratings
Shipwrecked
1997
2.51 | 30 ratings
Not About Us
1998
3.23 | 29 ratings
The Carpet Crawlers 1999 5' promo CD
1999

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 Not About Us by GENESIS album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1998
2.51 | 30 ratings

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Not About Us
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Review by Guillermo
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3 stars "Not About Us" is a good but sad ballad or love song, sung very well by Ray Wilson, with good guitars by Mike Rutherford and good keyboards arrangements by Tony Banks. The song was credited as being composed by Banks, Rutherford and Wilson. The single edit from this song which was included in this single is 35 seconds shorter than the album version, and it also sounds to me like this single edit has a different sound mixing in comparison to the album version. The band also made a promotional videoclip for this song, also "dark" and sad.

The "B-sides":

"Anything Now" is a good Pop Rock song with a good melody and good guitar riffs by Rutherford. This song really could have been very well included in the "...Calling All Stations..." album as I consider it as one of the best songs that this line-up of the band recorded. It really did not deserve to be relegated as the B-side of a single.

"Sign Your Life Away": a good and more heavy Pop Rock song which maybe also deserved to be included in the album instead than to be destined to be a B-side of a single.

"Run Out of Time": a song which starts with a keyboard solo which sounds like a sax solo from a Jazz song. It is a slow Pop Rock song which does not sound as being very related to the musical style of the band. But the keyboards arrangements are very good.

From all the three singles that this line-up of the band released, this is the best and most interesting, as all the songs which were included in it are good.

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 Shipwrecked by GENESIS album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1997
2.50 | 27 ratings

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Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Guillermo
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2 stars "Shipwrecked" is a Pop Rock ballad with good guitar riffs by Mike Ruherford (maybe he was the main songwriter of this song) and good keyboards arrangements by Tony Banks. Ray Wilson also sang good lead vocals. But again...I think that it was a bit difficult for some radio listeners to identify this song as a song composed, recorded and performed by GENESIS. While there are still some very typical things from the "old" musical style from the band (the guitars and the keyboards really sound as being very typical from this band), Wilson`s voice is so different from Phil Collins`s voice that the song could really be more considered as a solo song by Rutherford sung by a guest lead singer. Anyway, "Shipwrecked" is one of the best songs from their "...Calling All Stations..." album, and a better choice for a single release than "Congo".

The B-sides, "Phret" and "7/8", both instrumental Pop Rock musical pieces, sound more related to the Genesis`s old sound from the eighties, with drummer Nir Z playing good drums in a similar way as Phil Collins did it in the past. Both musical pieces are not bad, not "dark" and more "light" in comparison to the other songs from the album, but both really show why they were released only as "B" sides of this single

Some versions of this single included live versions of old songs from the band, like "No Son of Mine", "Lovers Leap" (from "Supper`s Ready") and "Turn It On Again", all sung by Ray Wilson. Wilson sang the songs well, but again I think that his voice is not very easy to identify as from an official singer of the band. So, some live in concert recordings from this line-up of the band are more interesting for me to listen to the songs from the "...Calling All Stations..." album played live than to listen to the old songs which were originally sung by Phil Collins or Peter Gabriel.

So, this single could be more interesting for the collectors and fans of the band.

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 Congo by GENESIS album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1997
1.81 | 37 ratings

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Congo
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Guillermo
Prog Reviewer

2 stars I was a bit surprised when in March 1996 I read in a newspaper Phil Collins`s announcement about he was leaving GENESIS then. I had doubts about the band carrying on without him...but Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford wanted to carry on as GENESIS. And they did it. Finally by mid 1997 I read in a Rock magazine an interview done with them and new lead singer Ray Wilson. So, it was until September 1997 when I finally saw their new album called "...calling all stations..." in the record shops of my city and I bought it. But before that, I thought that the new lead singer could have been very well Paul Carrack (of MIKE AND THE MECHANICS) or a lead singer of more or less the same age of Banks and Rutherford. But no...the new lead singer was Wilson, a lead singer who was born in 1968, at the time that GENESIS were recording their first album when they were teenagers...The differences in age and in looks between Banks and Rutherford with Wilson were very clear from their appearances in photos as a band.

The cover design of the "...calling all stations..." album was in fact very "dark" for my taste. I thought the same thing about most of the music of that album. I also thought that the change of lead singer was a drastic move, with the new lead singer having a very different voice and style in comparison to Collins`s (in a similar way as in the case of MARILLION with new lead singer Steve Hogarth when he replaced Fish). Anyway, the band still retained some of the "old" musical style they had when Collins was in the band, but now they were more focused in the "dark" aspects of their music and lyrics, like they were trying to re-create the moods of previous "dark" songs like "Home by the Sea / Second Home by the Sea", "Mama", and others which I don`t like very much from their discography. But the band lacked a balance of moods in their music and lyrics, now lacking Collins`s humour and his more "light" musical tastes. So, most of the songs of the "...calling all stations..." album sound to me in a very similar, "dark" way. Even some of the ballads are a bit sad in content. But I think that Wilson really was not very involved in the creation of the content of the album. In fact Banks and Rutherford have recorded most of the tracks before Wilson joined the band. So with the exception of a few songwriting collaborations between the three musicians, the new album was really more the creation of Banks and Rutherford than a real collaboration with Wilson. I think that he was recruited more as a lead singer than anything else.

With a song like "Congo" it seems now that the band wanted to update their music for the late nineties. A "dark" song with some good arrangements and some Pop Rock oriented lyrics, and also with a not very good promotional video clip for my taste (also "dark"), in fact it sounded to me very far from the "old" GENESIS`s musical style with Collins in their most Pop Rock music oriented songs. I still think that this song was not the best choice from all the songs from their new album to be released as a single. I still think that "If That `s What You Need", even if it is a ballad / love song, could have been a Hit Single. That song sounds more related to the Collins`s Era in musical style. But maybe Banks and Rutherford wanted to distance the name of the band a bit from that kind of songs.

"Papa He Said" and "Banjo Man", the B-sides of the "Congo" single, sound more Pop Rock oriented in musical style than "Congo", and even less produced and polished, mostly like the members of the band were thinking that both songs were not very good for their tastes, so both songs were relegated to be released as B-sides and nothing more. But both songs are good for my taste, and I think that both (with more added production work ) could have made their new album more musically varied and interesting, offering some less "dark" songs. These two songs and other songs from the same period which were released as B-sides of other singles are now more for the collectors and most die-hard fans of the band as they were ignored for their inclusion in their "Archive" Box Set series. I seems that their period with Wilson as lead singer, not being very happy and successful for the band, was ignored, like Banks and Rutherford were trying to forget about it. Wilson, of course, was not the main "guilty" person in the lack of success of their 1997 album and in their tour in 1998. Maybe Banks and Rutherford should have done more detailed previous market research studies (if even they did something like that, a thing that I think they never did) to learn more about the musical tastes of their old fans and of the new musical audiences of the late nineties. But it seems that they wanted to be more loyal to their own musical tastes and musical experiments than to anything else.

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 Happy The Man  by GENESIS album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1972
3.20 | 45 ratings

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Happy The Man
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Matti
Collaborator Neo-Prog Team

3 stars The song 'Happy the Man' is a Genesis rarity from the golden era, and for that reason it certainly is of interest, but judged as a song it's without a doubt one of their poorest. OK, the debut album from 1969 contains perhaps even worse songs, but we're speaking of the classic, prog era Genesis. Having released the ambitious prog albums Trespass and Nursery Cryme, and on the way of releasing Foxtrot with a side-long epic in it, they must have thought "Hey, let's make a simple, naiive and happy song just for change!" That goal was reached very well. It is a nice little song that makes you feel happy, and the lyrics are amusing. But would it fit into one of their classic albums? No, I don't think so. Selling England's 'More Fool Me' (sung by Phil Collins) is often considered as a weak filler track, but to me it fits there just fine.

Many progheads think that the American prog band Happy The Man took their name from this single, but they picked it from a line in Goethe's Faust, originating from the Bible.

On the B side is 'Seven Stones' a wonderful song from Nursery Cryme. I have always liked it very much; it's relatively short and more or less in the verse-chorus-verse structure, but full of vintage prog charisma. The single itself is a valuable collector's item, but for its contents three stars is enough.

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 Selling England By The Pound by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1973
4.63 | 2899 ratings

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Selling England By The Pound
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Deathangel

5 stars My first review here on prog archives and I had to choose my all time favourite album. There's just something about the effortless playing on Selling England that elevates it to absolute masterpiece. Cool, slick and clean but at the same time quirky and heavy. After the thickness of Foxtrot this is like a breath of fresh air, and apparently it was all jammed by the band in an 8 week timescale!

From the opening moments of 'Dancing with the Moonlit Knight' to the closing refrain used in 'Aisle of Plenty' there honestly isn't a dull second, and along the way they've created at least 4 essential masterpiece tracks. *That* moment in 'Firth of Fifth' when Steve's guitar soars for just that little bit longer, and the spine tingling bit in 'Cinema Show' when the Choir and Bass Pedals kick in really send shivers down your spine.

Lately I've gotten in to the more heavier side of prog via the likes of Opeth and Anathema, but every now and then I come back to the absolute best - nothing can match the euphoria of this album, and it truly is one of the few works that deserve the title of masterpiece.

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 A Trick of the Tail by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1976
4.27 | 1765 ratings

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A Trick of the Tail
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by BillyShears

5 stars When I first heard "Trick of the Tail" i thought: "God, bless them". I was really impressed, by anything in there. Great songs, nice lyrics, and great SOUND. Possibly it is the better- sounding Genesis LP in the Progressive Era, in terms of recording tecs. Perfect EQ and superb mixing. I love how this album sounds.

DANCE ON A VOLCANO: Mike plays a riff, which will re-appear a couple of times again later in the album, and quite immediatly Steve, Phil and Tony make syncopated stop-fills with a nice jazzy taste. The thing gets interesting when the large and majestic 7/4 turns into a nervous one. Phil's singing is quite perfect. I think this album shows clearly his whole "drum philosophy": triplets and quadruplets almost everywhere, ghost notes on the snare and great bass drum work. The song ends after an outstanding "jamming" moment in which Tony and Steve build a very nice dialogue between synth and guitar.

ENTANGLED: this is an Hackett one. Music and words. It's a waltz, softly carried on by lots of guitars (Steve, Tony and Mike). The first part shows a weird situation, concerning psychiatrist and things like that. The song touches its finest part when it turns instrumental. The waltz goes on for a bit, while Tony draws an emotional landscape which reminds me a lot of "classical choral" stuff. We got Mellotron (choir) playing chords and the lead synth playing the soprano line. Amazing.

SQUONK: this is a rock song. And stop. I heard someone saying this is the weak song. I could agree, but not completely. We got to understand that, in 1976, Genesis had to handle the progressive audience as well the american one. "Squonk" is a nice track. Nothing like "Epping Forest", of course! It is a nice rock track, which echoes some Led Zeppeling moments (John Bonham drum influence is quite clear!), it has got nice lyrics and great vocal work.

MAD MAN MOON: now this is the underrated song of the block. I think nobody considers Mad Man Moon because it doesn't keep the "usual Genesis taste". I suggest: try to listen to it just as a song. It is simply wonderful.

ROBBERY, ASSAULT AND BATTERY: I always thought that "Robbery" has got to be considered -together with "Harold the Barrel", "Willow Farm", "Epping Forest"- one of the Genesis "Silly" Songs. I always thought that was an attempt to make a Gabriel-like silly- dramatic-comedy-story. And, to be onest, the result is not comparable in terms of lyrics. But it is still a great song. GIANT drumming, as usual. The instrumental moment is a 15/8 jam. Someone still thinks that it is 7/4. But if you pay attention you will notice that is a 7+6. The "one note solo" by Hackett -before the dramatic mellotron part- is to me one of the highest things ever made by human race.

RIPPLES: classic Genesis evergreen. 12 strings, sweet vocals, nice chords. Almost a ballad song. The middle part still makes me unquiet. It nearly makes me cry every single time. The guitar sighs by Hackett are so heart touching.

TRICK OF THE TAIL: cleverness. Pure cleverness. Tony's song. Pure taste.

LOS ENDOS: this is an explosive ending. It is just one of the greatest "ending tracks" of all times. Anyone knows this was inspired by Carlos Santana jams. Not simply a jam, "Los Endos" features Genesis at their best -instrumentally speaking-. It is magic. Everyone of them works for the ensemble. So tastefully built, the song flows into a "Dance on a Volcano/Squonk Reprise" with lots of self quotations including the "There's an angel standing in the sun" part which sends tons of shivers down my spine.

I can only imagine Peter Gabriel thinking "well done, boys."

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 Wind And Wuthering by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1976
4.09 | 1345 ratings

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Wind And Wuthering
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Roland113
Collaborator Neo-Prog Team

5 stars In my not so humble opinion . . .

It's been entirely too long since I did a review. I think I only reviewed one album last year and nothing this year as of yet so it's time to jump back onto the bandwagon so to speak. Why not start with an old classic, Wind and Wuthering.

Let's face it, I'm not going to say a lot about Wind and Wuthering that hasn't been said before, it's one of my top twenty albums, frequently peeking into the top ten. It's a classic, one from the golden age of Genesis, in my opinion. My goal here is to, well, to start reviewing again, but also to share the magic of this album to the two people on this site that haven't heard it yet.

The definition of a five star album is an album that is 'essential' and 'a masterpiece of prog'. This folks is not only essential for the musical quality, but also for the historical relevance. On their last album, Tony Banks and the boys went for a two minute atmospheric noodling at the end of "Entangled". It was the beginning of a genre. Wind and Wuthering picked up on the atmospheric vibe of those two minutes and expanded it into a full length album.

You can hear the transition from symphonic prog to neo throughout the album. This is a softer, more keyboard dominated album than the previous Genesis albums. Also, as a departure from the Gabriel era, this is a much more emotional, personal album.

The opener, "The Eleventh Earl of Mar" is all about atmosphere. The lyrics are your typical prog, eccentric story, but the chorus is the simple, and emotional plea, "Daddy, you promised . . . you promised." Suddenly, the lyrics get a little personal, which is one of the mainstays of Neo Prog. "One for the Vine" continues to show the lyrical transition from distant and analytical to up close and personal. We have a typical prog, rambling lyrical story, but like the lead off track, we're hearing the emotions of the hero ooze out in the lyrics. The personal, emotional aspect is still new. This theme continues on the second side of the album and really sets the stage for Marillion, IQ and the Neo Prog movement.

I'm not going to give a song by song review, it's been done so many times before, but if you've been living under a rock and haven't heard this album, give it a spin. It's a classic, Steve Hackett has some of his most soulful guitar work and Tony Banks adds a new level of atmospheric layering to his synths. If that doesn't move you, this album started an era. Whether you like Neo or not, this album is historically important to Prog and not to be missed.

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 Selling England By The Pound by GENESIS album cover Studio Album, 1973
4.63 | 2899 ratings

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Selling England By The Pound
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by MJAben

4 stars Those Genesis guys (whoever they may be) play some alright music. In all seriousness though, this is one of the highest rated albums on the Archive and one of the most praised Prog records of all time and with good reason. The is Genesis' most cohesive album, best flowing album, reaches some of Genesis' highest heights (Firth of Fifth, Dancing with the Moonlit Knight, Cinema Show) but, also celebrates some of Genesis' mediocre-est mediocres (I Know What I Like, After the Ordeal, More Fool Me) and as a result comes across somewhat mixed in terms of quality.

I think I can illustrate this best when looking at their previous album, Foxtrot. Now there was an album, all meat and no filler, every song was it's own separate identity, serving it's own purpose and acting as their own jaw-dropping masterpiece (admittedly Supper's Ready should count for about 5 or 6 jaw-dropping masterpiece songs but that's beside the point.) Even the weaker songs (Time Table and Get 'em Out By Friday) were only comparatively slightly weaker and still stood strong on their own and here's my problem with Selling England by the Pound, only half of the songs stand strong on their own.

Most people would say (and they'd be right) that this isn't the point of Selling England and that it's better flowing. Many would also say (and they'd be wrong) that due to that this is the stronger album. Nevertheless I don't want to sit here saying, "I'm giving this album only four stars because it's not as good as Foxtrot" what I want to instead is, "I'm giving this album only four stars because only half of the songs on this album are of masterpiece quality"

It's no surprise what the three masterpiece songs are, many reviewers who have both loved and hated the album, those who (like me) think the album has it's ups and downs and those who think it's one continuous flowing masterpiece nevertheless seem to single out the same three songs. Dancing with the Moonlit Knight, Firth of Fifth and Cinema Show showcase Genesis at their absolute best and these three songs have remained fan favorites to this day and are used as examples as old-Genesis at their height, and they should be.

Three other songs however, I know What I like, More Fool Me and After the Ordeal come across as, well, filler. I know What I like is a blatant attempt (and a somewhat successful one at that) at a pop song. More Fool Me feels out of place / subpar in quality and After the Ordeal is pleasant enough but ultimately forgettable and most remember it as that song that leads into Cinema Show.

There are still two songs I haven't mentioned and I have my reasons for each, I don't recognize Aisle of Plenty as it's own song and as a result I classify it as 'that songs that has it's own name but is really just a conclusion to Cinema Show (and the album). In the same way I don't really consider Horizons as anything but 'the lovely intro into Supper's Ready' but while Horizons can stand on it's two feet, Aisle of Plenty feels tacked on and wouldn't be much of anything had it not been preceded by such a mammoth song.

The Battle of Epping Forest on the other hand I simply have trouble placing. After listening to the album countless times I'm still not sure if this is a strong or weak point on the album. On the one hand, it has some of Gabriel's best vocal work EVER, some wonderful tolkienesque qualities to it and some really interesting music that admittedly does get overshadowed by the vocals. I do see the point that the album is a bit too long, a bit too busy ect. ect. But I also think it's one of Genesis' most interesting, ingenious and unique songs (which for them is no small feat). I don't think it has the same instant love that listeners feel towards the big three, but I enjoy the song just as much, but I recognize that it is by no means flawless.

So where does this leave me? Well, as I said, this is a mixed bag in terms of quality but is Genesis' best flowing record, has some of their best music and is arguably their best album for the sake of THE ALBUM. I still can't give this more then four stars however, I think every prog fan ever should have this record (or at least hear this record) and in that sense yes it is essential, but it's not a masterpiece and it is by no means a flawless (or even consistent) record.

4/5 stars

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 Nursery Cryme / Foxtrot by GENESIS album cover Boxset/Compilation, 1979
4.04 | 4 ratings

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Nursery Cryme / Foxtrot
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Guillermo
Prog Reviewer

4 stars The first album that I listened from GENESIS was "Nursery Cryme" in early 1979. The album was lent to one of my brothers by a friend and I liked the album a lot, so I recorded it in a cassette with the idea to buy it later if I could find it in the record shops of my city. That edition of "Nursery Cryme" that I listened to then was an U.S. import without gatefold cover, and even without credits about who were the musicians in the band. It was manufactured by Buddah Records and it had the Pink Charisma Records Label and it even shared the same catalogue number of the original U.K. release (CAS 1052). At that time, most of the albums from GENESIS were not released by a Mexican label, so the only way to buy "Nursery Cryme" and other albums from the band was to buy them as imported albums. Because my father received as a gift each month the monthly Schwann Record and Tape Catalogues (from the U.S.) from a local record shop for a lot of years, I learned then that this U.S. edition of "Nursery Cryme" was really out of print since 1976. Buddah released other albums by the band since maybe 1973, with the others being "Foxtrot" and "Genesis Live". But by early 1976 all those albums appeared as out of print in those record and tape catalogues, and "Nursery Cryme" was re-issued in 1976 together with "Foxtrot" in a two record set titled "The Best" and with a gatefold cover under the Buddah label (not Charisma). Many years later I discovered in the web that the "The Best" title also was used by Buddah in a series of albums from other artists from the record label. "The Best" release by GENESIS was by 1977 out of print too (and I also I never saw it in the record shops in my city), so I knew that all the albums that Buddah released from GENESIS in the U.S. were out of print for some time until Polydor in late 1979 (under the Charisma Records label) also re-issued "Nursery Cryme" and "Foxtrot" together in a two record set in a similar way to "The Best", but with a different title ("Nursery Cryme / Foxtrot") and with a different gatefold cover design also including the lyrics. In the back cover of this re-issue there are some notes explaining that both albums were out of print in the U.S. for several years "due to some problems", and the back cover notes also give some historical facts about the band, also including some photos taken from a concert from 1974 (maybe from the "Selling England by the Pound Tour", I think). I bought this "Nursery Cryme / Foxtrot" 2 LP set in early 1980 because it was a good buy then because it was cheaper to buy an U.S. 2 LP import album than very expensive individual imported LP copies of "Nursery Cryme" or "Foxtrot" from the U.K. So, at last, by early 1980 I could finally listen to these two very good albums from GENESIS included in one package. The sound of both LPs is good. Unfortunately, the Schwann catalogues listed this 2 LP set as out of print by early 1981, so both albums were out of print again in the U.S. until Atlantic Records re-issued them individually again by 1982 (with "Genesis Live" being also re-issued by that label by that time).

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 Ripples by GENESIS album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1976
2.25 | 5 ratings

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Ripples
Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Guillermo
Prog Reviewer

2 stars The edited version of "Ripples" which was used for this single lacks the chorus that goes before the instrumental section of the song, and it also lacks the entire instrumental section of the song which has the interaction between Steve Hackett`s guitar and Tony Banks` synthesiser solos. So, this edited version of this song is "finished" in this version with the reprise of the final chorus, not sounding very well edited for my taste. This is one of my favourite songs from the band, so the full lenght version which was originally released in their "A Trick of the Tail" album is much better than this single edit which maybe was done more for radio playing than for anything else. For collectors and fans only.

"It`s Yourself" was released in its original form only as a "B" side of several singles between 1976 and 1977, having some extra things in the lyrics and an extended final part. This song was edited a few seconds in the final part for its release in the "Genesis Archives 1975-1992" Box Set, and this edited version also lacks those extra things in the lyrics.

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