Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover
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Virgin Anniversary U.K. vinyl LP reissue of the 1983 Genesis classic
"Witnessing an attempt at genre crossover is kind of like watching a logrolling competition. The failures are almost as excruciatingly embarrassing for the audience as they are for the performer. But when one gets a glimpse at one of the rare success stories: Ah! What a thing of beauty! Genesis's 1983 eponymous release sits proudly in the latter camp. Laying down nine midtempo tracks that are full and crisp without wearing too glossy of a pop sheen, Phil Collins, Tony Banks, and Mike Rutherford create an aural world where Yes fans and those who like chart-toppers live in harmony.
"And whatever lyrical well Collins chooses to tap proves to be a gusher, whether he is dipping into reservoirs of Gabrielan menace ('Mama,' 'Home by the Sea,' 'Silver Rainbow'), stealing a page from pop music's huge tome of conflicted-heart numbers ('That's All,' 'Taking It All To Hard'), or getting just plain ol' ridiculous ('Illegal Alien'). At the risk of seriously ruffling indie-rock feathers, one might even say that, in a way, Genesis sits as the great-grandfather of Radiohead's OK Computer. The idea that your body can rock while your brain gets tickled ain't a new one; it's just that people don't put it into practice that often." — Amazon.com
|2. That’s All|
|3. Home By The Sea|
|4. Second Home By The Sea|
|5. Illegal Alien|
|6. Takin’ It All Too Hard|
|7. Just A Job To Do|
|8. Silver Rainbow|
|9. It’s Gonna Get Better|