From the Gabriel years to the Collins era, Genesis had one of the most compelling, discussed, debated histories in rock. That story is told in the new documentary "Genesis: Together and Apart," alongside it comes this new set: their key hits and album cuts plus solo and outside-project tracks. Some 42 years (1970–2012) in the making, the set takes us from their prog beginnings to their pop triumphs. From the ’70s: "The Knife," "Supper’s Ready," "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway," "Ace of Wands" (Steve Hackett), "Ripples," "Solsbury Hill" (Peter Gabriel), "For a While" (Tony Banks) and more. From the ’80s: "Biko" (Peter Gabriel), "In the Air Tonight" (Phil Collins), "Easy Lover" (Phil with Philip Bailey), "Abacab," "Silent Running" (Mike + the Mechanics), "Invisible Touch," "Land of Confusion" and more. From the ’90s and beyond: "Signal to Noise" (Peter Gabriel), "I Can’t Dance," "Wake Up Call" (Phil Collins)…37 chapters in the Genesis story! Rhino.
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