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A Curious Feeling
Review by Gary Hill
I like this new Tony Banks solo album reissue. For one thing, it’s just a great album.

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Still
Review by G. W. Hill
Featuring both progressive and pop leanings, this solo album from Genesis keysman Tony Banks is a strong effort. There are some wonderful moments here, and no real throw away tracks.
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The Fugitive: Two Disc Hardback Deluxe Expanded Edition
Review by Gary Hill
This was Tony Banks’ second solo album. It’s a lot more pop oriented than the first one.

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Genesis - A Trick of the Tail
Review by Josh Turner
There are substantial differences between the old and new Genesis. Some prefer one style to the other.
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Genesis - And Then There Were Three
Review by Gary Hill
There are those out there who basically think that any Genesis album once they were a three piece is just plain pop tripe. Well, I have to tell you that I think you are wrong.
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Genesis - Calling All Stations
Review by Gary Hill
This album has been causing as much controversy among Genesis fans as Open Your Eyes has among Yes fans. Again many really like the album, while others hate it.

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Genesis - Duke (SACD and DVD set)
Review by Greg Olma
A lot of people were crying “sell out” when Genesis released …And Then There Were Three. Although they basically shifted their sound away from progressive and moved it more in a commercial pop sound, they still kept some of the elements to keep a few prog fans happy (but not many).
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Genesis - Genesis
Review by Greg Olma
Say what you will, Genesis would not have grown to the heights they achieved if Peter Gabriel was fronting them.  
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Genesis - Invisible Touch
Review by Gary Hill
Certainly this is one of the most pure pop discs Genesis ever produced. That makes it a real thorn in the side to the prog head Genesis fans.

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Genesis - Live
Review by Steve Alspach
An import for a number of years, Genesis Live is a rather good document of the band during its heyday in the early 1970s. Recorded in some small town halls, the sound may not be all that great, but there's no denying the talent displayed by Messrs. Banks, Collins, Gabriel, Hackett, and Rutherford in their early days.
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Genesis - Live at Wembley Stadium DVD
Review by Gary Hill

While I prefer the proggier side of Genesis, listening to (and watching) this concert, you just can’t deny the charm and power of this music.


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Genesis - Remember Knewwoth 1978
Review by Gary Hill
I like this video. I just wish there had been more of it.
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Genesis - Selling England By The Pound
Review by Greg Olma
This record from 1973 is the predecessor to the behemoth The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway.  
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Genesis - Sum of the Parts DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

I guess how you feel about this documentary will have a lot to do with which period of Genesis’ career you like the best.


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Genesis - The Platinum Collection
Review by G. W. Hill

This year Genesis released a career spanning box set. I don’t have that one yet, but I figured that this would be a good time to take a look at this one that came out several years ago.


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Genesis - The Way We Walk – Volume 2 – The Longs
Review by Gary Hill

Those who think that the Phil Collins era of Genesis was nothing but pop drivel are wrong.


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Genesis - Three Sides Live
Review by Gary Hill
There are actually two versions of this double disc set out there. Unfortunately, this is the harder one to find.
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Genesis - Three Sides Live BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

I like this period of Genesis a lot. They were touring for the Abacab album.


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Genesis - Turn It On Again – The Hits
Review by Gary Hill

This Genesis compilation, as the second part of the title says, focuses on the band’s hits.


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Genesis - We Can’t Dance
Review by G. W. Hill

There are certain albums by Genesis that I just think of as pop music, rather than prog.


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Genesis - When in Rome 2007 DVD
Review by Greg Olma
If you are a Genesis fan, these last few years have been very exciting.  
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Genesis - Wind and Wuthering
Review by Gary Hill
The second album from Genesis after Peter Gabriel left the fold, this one is rather maligned by a lot of prog fans. That's a shame because this one is really very good.
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