1991's We Can't Dance sees Genesis return to a grittier sound after the more pop feel of Invisible Touch, and was sadly the last studio Genesis album with Collins on vocals. This is perhaps ironic as he left the band to pursue a solo career that had, in retrospect, already peaked. One wonders at ... more
Invisible Touch saw Genesis reach the peak of their success, although this was as a result (in my view) of taking a more pop approach to the music, and who can blame them.
Of the performance and music itself, there is a lot more use of electric drums than on the previous album. Whilst 1983's self ... more
Wow, reviews since 2007 - 2! I get the feeling I'm a little late on the bandwagon here. And like the previous most recent review I had to pay a pretty penny to get a copy of this SACD.
To sum up my review, I'm both impressed and a little disappointed. I'd read so many raving reviews of this CD ... more
Being born in 1970 I started to love music in the early 80's, and this was one of the first albums I owned. I got it on cassette for Christmas in what I think must have been 1983 after getting the 7" for Mama. It wasn't long before I knew every track back to front, but in recent years I've hardly ... more