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R-Kive (2014)

R-Kive (2014)

By the end of 2014, Genesis will be back in the business with at least three releases. One of them is a career spanning 3CD-Set R-Kive, which also covers solo tracks for the first time ever.

Genesis: R-Kive (2014) R-Kive (2014)

Genesis 1973-2007 LIVE Boxset (2009)

Genesis 1973-2007 LIVE Boxset (2009)

After three SACD Boxsets with 14 studio albums, Genesis now have released the live-albums in one Boxset. Some of them come as CD/DVD-reissues with 5.1 mixes.

Genesis 1973-2007 LIVE Boxset (2009) Genesis 1973-2007 LIVE Boxset (2009)

14 From Our Past (2007)

14 From Our Past (2007)

Genesis and Starbucks... it is the first time that the band published a Best Of sampler in a coffeehouse chain - but only in the U.S.

Genesis CD reviews | 14 From Our Past (2007) 14 From Our Past (2007)

Live Over Europe (2007)

Live Over Europe (2007)

The first Genesis live album since 1993. It was no surprise that the highly successful 2007 tour would be documented like this.

Genesis CD reviews | Live Over Europe (2007) Live Over Europe (2007)

Turn It On Again: The HITS - Tour Edition (2007)

Turn It On Again: The HITS - Tour Edition (2007)

Great things are afoot. Genesis used their comeback tour to polish up an older hit album. The 1999 compilation The Hits is now available in an extended Tour Edition.

Genesis CD reviews | Turn It On Again: The HITS - Tour Edition (2007) Turn It On Again: The HITS - Tour Edition (2007)

Platinum Collection (2004)

Platinum Collection (2004)

The complete history of Genesis on 3 CDs? That is what the Platinum Collection wants to convey - and it really is more Genesis than comparable releases.

Genesis CD reviews | Platinum Collection (2004) Platinum Collection (2004)

Archive #2: 1976-1992 (2000)

Archive #2: 1976-1992 (2000)

The successful first Archive set was followed by a second archive covering the years from 1976 to 1992. Tom Morgenstern and Helmut Janisch discuss whether the new box is a worty successor to the first.

Genesis CD reviews | Archive #2: 1976-1992 (2000) Archive #2: 1976-1992 (2000)

Turn It On Again: The Hits (1999)

Turn It On Again: The Hits (1999)

It took Genesis 30 years to release their own hits compilation. No wonder: They were always considered an album band. The number of hits they had despite that image is surprisingly large. A special highlight has been tacked on at the end.

Genesis CD reviews | Turn It On Again: The Hits (1999) Turn It On Again: The Hits (1999)

Archive 1967-1975 (1998)

Archive 1967-1975 (1998)

Rumours about an Archive set had been floating around for quite some time, but it was only in June 1998 that Archive 1, a documentary of rare recordingss from the Gabriel-era was indeed released. Curiously enough, some material had been newly recorded. Read here what it is all about.

Genesis CD reviews | Archive 1967-1975 (1998) Archive 1967-1975 (1998)

Calling All Stations (1997)

Calling All Stations (1997)

In 1997 Genesis returned with their new singer Ray Wilson. During the sessions for Calling All Stations they wrote more songs than ended up on the album. Read all about it here.

Genesis CD reviews | Calling All Stations (1997) Calling All Stations (1997)

The Way We Walk Live - Volume 1 & 2 (1992/1993)

The Way We Walk Live - Volume 1 & 2 (1992/1993)

The 1992 tour was captured on no less than two live albums. November saw the release of The Shorts, which featured the relevant single hits. True to its name, The Longs (published in early 1993) has all the long songs of the tour.

The Way We Walk Live - Volume 1 & 2 (1992/1993) The Way We Walk Live - Volume 1 & 2 (1992/1993)

We Cant Dance (1991)

We Cant Dance (1991)

In the early 90s Genesis reached the commercial peak of their career. We Can't Dance produced no less than six singles. It also turned out to be the last one with Phil Collins.

Genesis CD reviews | We Cant Dance (1991) We Cant Dance (1991)

Invisible Touch (1986)

Invisible Touch (1986)

In the 80s Genesis grew into a mega-selling band that filled stadiums and was a fixture in the Top 5. Invisible Touch is probably their most commercial album. With it, they tapped into a new generation of fans - and ticked off the best part of their long-time fans.

Genesis CD reviews | Invisible Touch (1986) Invisible Touch (1986)

Genesis (1983)

Genesis (1983)

The self-titled album from 1983 was the record that made Genesis a real stadium band. They moved further away from progressive pieces without abandoning them totally. As a result of this messieurs Banks, Rutherford and Collins seemed to get ever better at writing shorter pieces.

Genesis CD reviews | Genesis (1983) Genesis (1983)

Three Sides Live (1982)

Three Sides Live (1982)

The Abacab tour of 1981 and 1982 was documented as another double live album. Three Sides Live actually does contain only three LP sides of live material

Genesis CD-Rezensionen | Three Sies Live (1982) Three Sides Live (1982)

Abacab (1981)

Abacab (1981)

After messieurs Banks, Collins and Rutherford all had released their first solo albums, the Genesis core trio went back to the studio to record an album that would change everything.

CD Rezension: Abacab | overview Abacab (1981)

Duke (1980)

Duke (1980)

When Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford had recorded their solo albums, Genesis got together again in the studio. A much more self-confident Phil Collins brought in significant amounts of material for the album.

Genesis CD reviews | Duke (1980) Duke (1980)

...And Then There Were Three... (1978)

...And Then There Were Three... (1978)

The band shrunk to its core when Steve Hackett left, but it was the core that would enjoy tremendous success in the years to follow. It was also an unmistakable musical metamorphosis.

Genesis CD reviews | ...And Then There Were Three... (1978) ...And Then There Were Three... (1978)

Seconds Out (1977)

Seconds Out (1977)

After two successful albums without Peter Gabriel Genesis produced their second live album. It also marks the departure of Steve Hackett. For many fans it is a cult album. Christoph Laakmann and Niklas Ferch have paid very close attention.

Genesis CD reviews | Seconds Out (1977) Seconds Out (1977)

Wind & Wuthering (1977)

Wind & Wuthering (1977)

In the Christmas season of 1976 Genesis released their last studio album with Steve Hackett. A third of all the tracks on the album are instrumentals, and the whole album has a very special flair.

Wind & Wuthering (1977) Wind & Wuthering (1977)

A Trick Of The Tail (1976)

A Trick Of The Tail (1976)

After the big change in 1975 Genesis returned with a new singer and one of their most striking records in 1976.

A Trick Of The Tail (1976) A Trick Of The Tail (1976)

The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974)

The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974)

After their Top Ten success in 1973 the band went on to produce their most ambitious work in 1974 - an album that uncovered big rifts in the band.

Genesis CD reviews | The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974) The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (1974)

Selling England By The Pound (1973)

Selling England By The Pound (1973)

After their first successes Genesis published an album in 1973 that is considered one of the best they ever recorded. Steve Hackett describes it as his favourite album - and many songs from it still got played live on the 2007 tour.

Genesis CD reviews | Selling England... (1973) Selling England By The Pound (1973)

Genesis - Live (1973)

Genesis - Live (1973)

Genesis Live was the band's first live album. It has gained enormous respect amongst fans. In 2009 it has been rereleased in the Live Boxset, complete with surround sound and bonus tracks.

Genesis CD Reviews | Live (1973) Genesis - Live (1973)

Foxtrot (1972)

Foxtrot (1972)

1972 could be seen as Genesis' commercial breakthrough - particularly thanks to a 23 minute rock epos called Supper's Ready.

Genesis CD reviews | Foxtrot (1972) Foxtrot (1972)

Nursery Cryme (1971)

Nursery Cryme (1971)

Nursery Cryme is hailed a milestone of progressive rock, but it was a difficult production then. The first Genesis album with Steve Hackett and Phil Collins has achieved cult status among the fans.

Genesis CD reviews | Nursery Cryme (1971) Nursery Cryme (1971)

Trespass (1970)

Trespass (1970)

Trespass is considered Genesis first real album, the one with which they freed themselves. It also became their last album with Anthony Phillips, and John Mayhew, too, left the band.

Genesis CD reviews | Trespass (1970) Trespass (1970)

From Genesis To Revelation (1969)

From Genesis To Revelation (1969)

The first Genesis album is largely unknown and not held in much esteem. This early work shows little of the style the band would develop.

From Genesis To Revelation (1969) From Genesis To Revelation (1969)

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Second Album with Piano-Versions of Genesis Classics.
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