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Peter Gabriel


Crossover Prog

4.00 | 573 ratings

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3 stars This album really is good. I have heard many say that this record will sound dated in 10 years, due to the over-the-top futuristic (for 2002) production. Well, that may be true, but the same goes for nearly every Peter Gabriel record. His productions have always pushed the sonic envelope, usually to great effect, as on the excellent "3" album.

Certainly, there are a few clunkers here, but the only one really worthy of mention is "The Barry Williams Show", which is on the verge of being a cool pop song, but falls into the Atrocious category instead. Mr. Gabriel is always, to me, teetering on the brink of contrived schtick while flirting with true artistic genius.

All in all, this is a worthy album for Peter Gabriel fans, but really not one that I would recommend to the uninitiated.

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mootbooxle | 3/5 |


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