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B. Margolis
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Music''s great, but this is not a remaster
Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2019
The MCA CD I got (listed as Geffen....not) is a current MCA CD produced by any tape they had lieing around. This is NOT one of the high quality Virgin remasters. This is disappointing considering that this album was not particularly well recorded in the first place.
The MCA CD I got (listed as Geffen....not) is a current MCA CD produced by any tape they had lieing around. This is NOT one of the high quality Virgin remasters. This is disappointing considering that this album was not particularly well recorded in the first place.
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StratoMaster
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Needs another ''Rolling Stone'' review...
Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2012
In 1970, Rolling Stone magazine flushed this album down the toilet with: "It''s spotty, poorly defined, at times innately boring, and should be avoided by all but the most rabid Genesis fans." I had purchased and listened to this first studio album by Genesis before reading... See more
In 1970, Rolling Stone magazine flushed this album down the toilet with: "It''s spotty, poorly defined, at times innately boring, and should be avoided by all but the most rabid Genesis fans." I had purchased and listened to this first studio album by Genesis before reading this excerpt from the music rag, and wow... was I ever surprised. Here is it, 42 YEARS later, and I cannot find many "modern" acts that can even come close to the brilliance demostrated in these six songs. I was already familiar with their Phil Collins era, but when I decided to order the earlier albums (the namesake, "Nursury Cryme" and "Foxtrot") I wasn''t sure what to expect. When I slid "Trespass" into my stereo, "Looking for Someone" hit me like a brick house. It''s my favorite cut from the album, and it is absolutely worth the price of the CD alone... "Dusk" and "The Knife" are also way up there for repeat listenings. Some of the songs lack a sense of continuity, but if you listen to them as individual counterparts to the whole, then you will see how stupid and ignorant those idiot critics actually were on the ''Rolling Stone'' rag payroll back in 1970 - when the world was still reeling from the Beatles breakup, and subjecting their limited brain cells with the bombardment of the easy-listening AM radio fluff of the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Sonny and Cher, and the Allman Brothers... I was there - I know... I cannot recommend this album enough. When I tell you that I was "wowed" by Peter Gabriel''s voice - which I was already familiar with from "Melt" and "Security", I mean I was "WOWED"! The only negative comment I have on this CD, and I''m afraid it won''t even matter, is in the fact that the impressive guitar work of the original guitarist - Anthony Phillips - is much subdued, in favor of Tony Banks'' keyboard work. With the exception of "Dusk" and "The Knife", his brilliance (sadly) won''t be loud enough to hear over the bombardment of organs, mellotons, and everything else, and I find this both sad and technically unacceptable. Go ahead and order it anyway... you''ll love it.
In 1970, Rolling Stone magazine flushed this album down the toilet with: "It''s spotty, poorly defined, at times innately boring, and should be avoided by all but the most rabid Genesis fans." I had purchased and listened to this first studio album by Genesis before reading this excerpt from the music rag, and wow... was I ever surprised. Here is it, 42 YEARS later, and I cannot find many "modern" acts that can even come close to the brilliance demostrated in these six songs. I was already familiar with their Phil Collins era, but when I decided to order the earlier albums (the namesake, "Nursury Cryme" and "Foxtrot") I wasn''t sure what to expect. When I slid "Trespass" into my stereo, "Looking for Someone" hit me like a brick house. It''s my favorite cut from the album, and it is absolutely worth the price of the CD alone... "Dusk" and "The Knife" are also way up there for repeat listenings. Some of the songs lack a sense of continuity, but if you listen to them as individual counterparts to the whole, then you will see how stupid and ignorant those idiot critics actually were on the ''Rolling Stone'' rag payroll back in 1970 - when the world was still reeling from the Beatles breakup, and subjecting their limited brain cells with the bombardment of the easy-listening AM radio fluff of the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Sonny and Cher, and the Allman Brothers... I was there - I know... I cannot recommend this album enough. When I tell you that I was "wowed" by Peter Gabriel''s voice - which I was already familiar with from "Melt" and "Security", I mean I was "WOWED"! The only negative comment I have on this CD, and I''m afraid it won''t even matter, is in the fact that the impressive guitar work of the original guitarist - Anthony Phillips - is much subdued, in favor of Tony Banks'' keyboard work. With the exception of "Dusk" and "The Knife", his brilliance (sadly) won''t be loud enough to hear over the bombardment of organs, mellotons, and everything else, and I find this both sad and technically unacceptable. Go ahead and order it anyway... you''ll love it.
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E. Adam Begens
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A great C.D Musically, But...
Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2020
MCA went out of the way to just put it out there with no thought behind it. Terribly compressed, reminds me of listening through an AM radio. Pete shines, and the other musicians get left in the compression haze with no upper range or dimension. I''m afraid for the... See more
MCA went out of the way to just put it out there with no thought behind it. Terribly compressed, reminds me of listening through an AM radio. Pete shines, and the other musicians get left in the compression haze with no upper range or dimension. I''m afraid for the eternally this will be the best we ever get. But, on the brighter side, it''s vintage beginnings and should never be missed. My high cost Yamaha rig never blinked an eye on the sad reproduction. To hear the ''Real'' master tapes and not these poor safeties is a crime to Peter and company.

Recommend as historical piece unlike Caruso.
MCA went out of the way to just put it out there with no thought behind it. Terribly compressed, reminds me of listening through an AM radio. Pete shines, and the other musicians get left in the compression haze with no upper range or dimension. I''m afraid for the eternally this will be the best we ever get. But, on the brighter side, it''s vintage beginnings and should never be missed. My high cost Yamaha rig never blinked an eye on the sad reproduction. To hear the ''Real'' master tapes and not these poor safeties is a crime to Peter and company.

Recommend as historical piece unlike Caruso.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The genesis of Genesis...
Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2002
There''s not a lot of talk about this album in general. When discussions aboout Genesis occur, rarely do you hear "Yeah! Trespass! Man! Great!" It''s a very underappreciated album. It is also an album I had to discover circuitiously. I was only 1 year old when it was... See more
There''s not a lot of talk about this album in general. When discussions aboout Genesis occur, rarely do you hear "Yeah! Trespass! Man! Great!" It''s a very underappreciated album.
It is also an album I had to discover circuitiously. I was only 1 year old when it was released, and I was still playing in mud when Gabriel left Genesis for a solo career. It was through Gabriel (particularly through his huge MTV hit "Shock the Monkey") that I would eventually find "Trespass." Genesis, and progressive rock in general, is shocking in comparison to today''s rock. By pop music standards, Genesis are accomplished musicians. The compositions are complex and not mono-chord monotonous. Some are continuous pieces without a repeating chorus. Time sigantures change and moods swing within each song. Pretty much unheard of by today''s standards, which is sad.
"Trespass" is a beautiful album. The music is melodic and can almost be described as 1970s-baroque (I think classical music fans are likely to appreciate progressive rock - the 2 genres are pretty similar in form). The songs tend to be on the longer side (above 6 minutes) which is standard for Genesis up to and including "Selling England By the Pound." Some of the lyrics show their age. They''re whimsical, almost mythological at times. They sometimes dance on the border of inspiring and corny, but they never topple into the realm of the intolerably ridiculous.
The last song on the album, "The Knife," has a beginning keyboard riff that will occupy your braincells without mercy. It is one of Genesis'' best songs. An interesting thing about it is, without knowing more about the band and their members, it can come across as a serious "heroic" song about war and martrydom. It has that much passion, and that little subtlety. Once when I was walking with a friend, the song popped into my head and I, without thinking, sang outloud the memorable line: "Some of you are going to die, martyrs of course to the freedom that I shall provide." The person I was walking with did a double-take and wanted to know which department of propaganda I pulled that one from. Explaining that it was just an old Genesis song confused the person more (most people of my generation can''t help hearing "Invisible Touch" when the band Genesis is mentioned, and the band''s history is hard to relate to anyone completely unfamiliar with it). I thought about it more, and realized that the song could be easy to misconstrue, but was that a strength or a weakness? Maybe both! Nonetheless, "The Knife" is a great song, and the fact that it is not subtle adds to it immeasurably.
It''s hard to believe that only 5 guys made such nice noise. they hadn''t perfected their craft yet, but they were very close.
There''s not a lot of talk about this album in general. When discussions aboout Genesis occur, rarely do you hear "Yeah! Trespass! Man! Great!" It''s a very underappreciated album.
It is also an album I had to discover circuitiously. I was only 1 year old when it was released, and I was still playing in mud when Gabriel left Genesis for a solo career. It was through Gabriel (particularly through his huge MTV hit "Shock the Monkey") that I would eventually find "Trespass." Genesis, and progressive rock in general, is shocking in comparison to today''s rock. By pop music standards, Genesis are accomplished musicians. The compositions are complex and not mono-chord monotonous. Some are continuous pieces without a repeating chorus. Time sigantures change and moods swing within each song. Pretty much unheard of by today''s standards, which is sad.
"Trespass" is a beautiful album. The music is melodic and can almost be described as 1970s-baroque (I think classical music fans are likely to appreciate progressive rock - the 2 genres are pretty similar in form). The songs tend to be on the longer side (above 6 minutes) which is standard for Genesis up to and including "Selling England By the Pound." Some of the lyrics show their age. They''re whimsical, almost mythological at times. They sometimes dance on the border of inspiring and corny, but they never topple into the realm of the intolerably ridiculous.
The last song on the album, "The Knife," has a beginning keyboard riff that will occupy your braincells without mercy. It is one of Genesis'' best songs. An interesting thing about it is, without knowing more about the band and their members, it can come across as a serious "heroic" song about war and martrydom. It has that much passion, and that little subtlety. Once when I was walking with a friend, the song popped into my head and I, without thinking, sang outloud the memorable line: "Some of you are going to die, martyrs of course to the freedom that I shall provide." The person I was walking with did a double-take and wanted to know which department of propaganda I pulled that one from. Explaining that it was just an old Genesis song confused the person more (most people of my generation can''t help hearing "Invisible Touch" when the band Genesis is mentioned, and the band''s history is hard to relate to anyone completely unfamiliar with it). I thought about it more, and realized that the song could be easy to misconstrue, but was that a strength or a weakness? Maybe both! Nonetheless, "The Knife" is a great song, and the fact that it is not subtle adds to it immeasurably.
It''s hard to believe that only 5 guys made such nice noise. they hadn''t perfected their craft yet, but they were very close.
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Eric J. Bragg
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Incredible for such an infant group!
Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2001
Back in the 70''s and 80''s, I was just getting interested in progressive rock, and already quite burned out on pop rock. I had heard the mainstream songs from Genesis all over the radio. I never even knew, at the time, who Peter Gabriel was, or that he''d even been in the... See more
Back in the 70''s and 80''s, I was just getting interested in progressive rock, and already quite burned out on pop rock. I had heard the mainstream songs from Genesis all over the radio. I never even knew, at the time, who Peter Gabriel was, or that he''d even been in the band. And I didn''t really care that much for Genesis.
In 1985, an acquaintence introduced me to "old" Genesis, trying to convince me it was better than the new stuff. I was quite skeptical, but allowed him to play his "Foxtrot" album. I was indeed, impressed. Very different, and even interesting. Later, I discovered The Lamb, which made a full fledged believer / fan of this older group. I have since bought Nursey Cryme, and now, this album. I don''t yet have all albums of the Gabriel era, but I have to say, if Trespass isn''t better than The Lamb, it is a close second, from what I''ve heard so far. The music is beautiful, and contains a sense of "air" not present in the rest of the albums I''ve heard. Very spellbounding. Consequently, I attribute Phil Collins'' contribution as a heavier, driving force. This makes for a fuller sound in the later albums and the band really did reach its full potential with the Lamb in Broadway album; however, Trespass has become my second favorite album of this group, from the sheer beauty and magic accomplished.
Back in the 70''s and 80''s, I was just getting interested in progressive rock, and already quite burned out on pop rock. I had heard the mainstream songs from Genesis all over the radio. I never even knew, at the time, who Peter Gabriel was, or that he''d even been in the band. And I didn''t really care that much for Genesis.
In 1985, an acquaintence introduced me to "old" Genesis, trying to convince me it was better than the new stuff. I was quite skeptical, but allowed him to play his "Foxtrot" album. I was indeed, impressed. Very different, and even interesting. Later, I discovered The Lamb, which made a full fledged believer / fan of this older group. I have since bought Nursey Cryme, and now, this album. I don''t yet have all albums of the Gabriel era, but I have to say, if Trespass isn''t better than The Lamb, it is a close second, from what I''ve heard so far. The music is beautiful, and contains a sense of "air" not present in the rest of the albums I''ve heard. Very spellbounding. Consequently, I attribute Phil Collins'' contribution as a heavier, driving force. This makes for a fuller sound in the later albums and the band really did reach its full potential with the Lamb in Broadway album; however, Trespass has become my second favorite album of this group, from the sheer beauty and magic accomplished.
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Peter Syle
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Early signs of a great band
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2011
For some reason I started my Genesis collection with Foxtrot and Nursery Crimes with the addition of Phil Collins and Steve Hackett, thinking anything before this would not be up to scratch. I think this record is actually better than the 2 I just mentioned. Any one who... See more
For some reason I started my Genesis collection with Foxtrot and Nursery Crimes with the addition of Phil Collins and Steve Hackett, thinking anything before this would not be up to scratch. I think this record is actually better than the 2 I just mentioned. Any one who likes the early Genesis should get this album, but make sure you get the remastered version as it sounds pretty good for such an early recording, once again I think sounds better than the 2 remastered albums that followed. There is not much of this type of music around these days for us old dinosaurs, so collect and treasure these CD''s before they become obsolete and all we get to do is download stuff onto ipods and blank disks. How impersonal and boring not actually seeing something that the artists creates and releases as their special product for us the public to collect.
For some reason I started my Genesis collection with Foxtrot and Nursery Crimes with the addition of Phil Collins and Steve Hackett, thinking anything before this would not be up to scratch. I think this record is actually better than the 2 I just mentioned. Any one who likes the early Genesis should get this album, but make sure you get the remastered version as it sounds pretty good for such an early recording, once again I think sounds better than the 2 remastered albums that followed. There is not much of this type of music around these days for us old dinosaurs, so collect and treasure these CD''s before they become obsolete and all we get to do is download stuff onto ipods and blank disks. How impersonal and boring not actually seeing something that the artists creates and releases as their special product for us the public to collect.
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Annette Schiffer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not Quite The Beginning...
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2007
For anyone who isn''t familiar with Genesis'' early stuff... this CD is a must have. To hear Peter Gabriel''s heart-wrenching, soulful sound is quite extraordinary. No Genesis library is complete without their early stuff and Trespass is NO exception. Only six songs on the... See more
For anyone who isn''t familiar with Genesis'' early stuff... this CD is a must have. To hear Peter Gabriel''s heart-wrenching, soulful sound is quite extraordinary. No Genesis library is complete without their early stuff and Trespass is NO exception. Only six songs on the CD, but each song is a treasure.

You could hear even then, that they would be HUGE! The talented artists who put together this album may not have all made it into Genesis'' later recordings, but this one in my opinion, is a classic!

I still get shivers when I hear Peter opening on "Looking For Someone" and "Visions of Angels". In my opinion, two of the prettiest melodies ever produced by Genesis.

I know this is the album that did it for me all those years ago... one listen and I was hooked. A fan for LIFE!
For anyone who isn''t familiar with Genesis'' early stuff... this CD is a must have. To hear Peter Gabriel''s heart-wrenching, soulful sound is quite extraordinary. No Genesis library is complete without their early stuff and Trespass is NO exception. Only six songs on the CD, but each song is a treasure.

You could hear even then, that they would be HUGE! The talented artists who put together this album may not have all made it into Genesis'' later recordings, but this one in my opinion, is a classic!

I still get shivers when I hear Peter opening on "Looking For Someone" and "Visions of Angels". In my opinion, two of the prettiest melodies ever produced by Genesis.

I know this is the album that did it for me all those years ago... one listen and I was hooked. A fan for LIFE!
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RICARDO CORREA
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
El mejor Trabajo de Genesis
Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2019
Para mi este Trabajo tan Subvalorado es el más completo de los primeros, solo superado por Shelling England By The Pound, Trespass tiene excelentes temas progresivos y mucha unidad Sonora, estaban con su mejor alineación, nadie los conocía y se les siente el gusto y el amor... See more
Para mi este Trabajo tan Subvalorado es el más completo de los primeros, solo superado por Shelling England By The Pound, Trespass tiene excelentes temas progresivos y mucha unidad Sonora, estaban con su mejor alineación, nadie los conocía y se les siente el gusto y el amor por hacer buena música.
Para mi este Trabajo tan Subvalorado es el más completo de los primeros, solo superado por Shelling England By The Pound, Trespass tiene excelentes temas progresivos y mucha unidad Sonora, estaban con su mejor alineación, nadie los conocía y se les siente el gusto y el amor por hacer buena música.
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thecrackedbrassbell
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beside the silent mirror
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 8, 2019
Although or because these these songs were written for 16 year old boys - and it was at this age that I got the LP - I really enjoyed listening to this again today, nearly 40 years later. My vinyl copy seems very bass heavy, this 2007 remaster is really clear by comparison....See more
Although or because these these songs were written for 16 year old boys - and it was at this age that I got the LP - I really enjoyed listening to this again today, nearly 40 years later. My vinyl copy seems very bass heavy, this 2007 remaster is really clear by comparison. However, in places the vocal harmonies seem to overshadow Gabriel and the lines ''And will I wait forever beside the silent mirror and fish for bitter minnows amongst the weeds and slimy water?'' from Stagnation perhaps expose the limitations of the recording source whereas it was the best bit of the LP. The same goes for the vocal sections ''martyrs of course ...'' in (the) Knife. This is a great shame even though on the whole the sound is good. Perhaps the earlier ''definitive remaster'' was better. A last thought strikes me: Tony Banks said the arrival of Steve Hackett on guitar (in the following year) brought an added aggression to the sound. But there''s no lack of aggression in the sound to my ears. The bolero section sounds great on this CD. I still love this album because there are so many musical ideas from such a young band.
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Keiran McAllister
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pleasantly surprised and impressed.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 9, 2016
Somehow I missed early Genesis. I was there too. Well, there you go, never too late. This album is the second album. The first album I was very pleasantly surprised with, it''s a collection of sixties pop in essence and sounds pretty damn good. This album is not in that...See more
Somehow I missed early Genesis. I was there too. Well, there you go, never too late. This album is the second album. The first album I was very pleasantly surprised with, it''s a collection of sixties pop in essence and sounds pretty damn good. This album is not in that vein, far more laid back. The first track that connected with my grey matter is ''Dusk''. But on many replays the whole album is creeping into me, as is often the case with long lasting favourites. I am working my way through these early ''Genesis'' albums in order. So far the journey has been very interesting and rewarding. If you buy this album give it a few plays to work it''s magic, on first listen I wasn''t that impressed. On my 8th or 9th listen as I write this the album is working it''s way into my top 100. And in that list there is some very strong competition.
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Anglian Traveller
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Trespass, where Genesis discovered its distinctive style
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 18, 2014
Genesis'' 1969 recording debut `From Genesis to Revelation'' (financed and produced by pop music mogul Jonathan King) was a commercial failure, because it was not very good. Fortunately the talented and resourceful young band from Charterhouse School was self-confident, and...See more
Genesis'' 1969 recording debut `From Genesis to Revelation'' (financed and produced by pop music mogul Jonathan King) was a commercial failure, because it was not very good. Fortunately the talented and resourceful young band from Charterhouse School was self-confident, and persisted: the 1970 follow-up recorded with Charisma Records marked a completely new style, and remains something of a prog classic. `Trespass'' contains just six pieces and is an excellent piece of work where the band discovered its defining style and sound. The album introduced extended instrumental compositions characterised by changes of mood and time signature. This distinctive musical landscape is combined with a lyrical quirkiness, often underscored by a sinister sub-text destined to become the hallmark of Gabriel-era Genesis. Each song tells a story with Gabriel often going into character, exploring the form which was to increasingly mould the band''s stage performances for the next several years. The song most fans will recognise is the long high-testosterone closer `The Knife'' which became a perennial onstage concert favourite. `Trespass'' however contains more considered and thoughtful pieces. Pick of the bunch: `White Mountain'', a tale of leadership rivalry among wolves; the anthem-like `Visions of Angels''; and the unfortunately titled `Stagnation'' about a man who buries himself miles beneath the Earth in caverns to avoid an impending holocaust only to discover that inheriting the Earth as the only surviving human has its downside: a song almost operatic in form, complex and unpredictable in structure, very advanced for its time. Several versions of the album have been released on CD. The 2008 digital remaster is sharp and clear, but suffers from the excessive loudness which plagues so many `remasters'' and lacks the dynamic subtlety of earlier versions - which in turn are marred by some tape hiss from the original analogue recordings, though overall are `quieter'' and more atmospheric. `Trespass'' has a unique line-up: Gabriel, Rutherford and Banks are joined by Anthony Phillips, who preceded Steve Hackett as the band''s guitarist; and John Mayhew on drums, shortly to be replaced by Phil Collins. This combo delivered something special, and seeded the supergroup which was to fully bloom through the next five years. Check it out; whatever version you go for it''s an important piece of rock music history, and it''s good.
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Mr. Robert J. Price
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A band in development mode.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2021
I have been a Genesis fan since Selling England By The Pound in the early 70’s and most of my early purchases were on vinyl, with the latter on CD. Both this and Genesis Live were an exception, until now. Since lockdown I have rediscovered my LP collection and feel that...See more
I have been a Genesis fan since Selling England By The Pound in the early 70’s and most of my early purchases were on vinyl, with the latter on CD. Both this and Genesis Live were an exception, until now. Since lockdown I have rediscovered my LP collection and feel that each added the benefit of larger cover artwork and a sense of connection with the media. Whilst I already own Trespass on CD and download, this vinyl version gave me greater satisfaction. No doubt other vinyl purchases are on the cards.
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Ian Gordon
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Growing on me.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2021
I was heavily into Genesis many years ago, and decided to replace my vinyl and cassettes with CD,s. I had every other Genesis albums except Trespass, so felt I had to have this one too. Not exactly as I had expected, but this album is growing on me the more I play it.. Now...See more
I was heavily into Genesis many years ago, and decided to replace my vinyl and cassettes with CD,s. I had every other Genesis albums except Trespass, so felt I had to have this one too. Not exactly as I had expected, but this album is growing on me the more I play it.. Now over 50 years old, and made without Phil Collins and Steve Hackett, it is very listenable. The Knife (which is reckoned to be a classic) is my favourite. I also teleVisions of Angels. Vastly different to later Genesis material ( I prefer the Peter Gabriel period) I am glad I bought this. I would recommend this as it''s part of Genesis history.
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