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4.64 | 4035 ratings

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5 stars A Real Masterpiece of progressive Rock , and one of the Top Ten albums of all times . What can you write about a masterpiece except the fact that it is . The funny thing in my review is , that i got the single version ( 45 ) first , three month before the album , the Lebanese market was too slow in getting those stuff from England . so , i was really opset by this work , cause i had in my collection Foxtrot & Nurcery only . I felt that this band is not Genesis . Few weeks later , i had the chance to get the complete album labeled charisma , with its magical cover . From the start i loved it , what a superb lyrics , music , harmonies , instruments settings , and real amazing team work . A complete progressive rock at epic , by all measures . From start with Dancing with ... passing by the best track ever achieved in prog Firth of Fifth , the battle of epping forest , After the ordeal , the cinema show & Aisle of Plenty . it's really a kind of magical fairy tale . AND , to be me mre accurate & sincere in reviewing this greatness , i could'nt figure out what was the lyrics was about in early stages , but , thanks to you reviewers , i got now the right idea behind this noble work . Sooooooo , thank you Progarchieves and Dear proggers for your concern in keeping the Sun of progressive shinning .................... NOW , by having a good idea about the concept behind this favourite work from Genesis , i enjoy it much much more .. YOURS TRULLY .... Tracks Toni
trackstoni | 5/5 |


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