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Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three... CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.44 | 1411 ratings

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Joćo Paulo
3 stars The end of a perfect and quite unique music moments to the begining of a poor, comercial and non interesting era. When Steve Hacket left Genesis, the classical moments left the band and they start a comercial music and lyrics, disguised by some keiboards work that give the false sense that we heard some progressive music. Never Genesis in all later albuns managed to reach the high quality of the first Peter Gabriel era and the Steve Hacket era. The artistic progressive vein is lost for ever and Genesis whants create a big band but cut with the past. The new era is musicaly poor and one or two tracks have some quality but most of tracks are comercial without any interest. This album, Abacab, etc etc finish with big Genesis era. Lot of people go to live concerts, with the hope that they play some of old Genesis musics that are the most acclaimed by the audience, wirh some good performances that lot of Genesis fans really apreciate. I give 3 star's but really this album just deserve 2.5
Joćo Paulo | 3/5 |


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