Now that would be stretching it a bit. I believe that one ran for about an hour?
Do the Neurotic
You Might Recall
Can-Utility and the Coastliners
Happy the Man
Silent Sorrow in Empty Boats
Evidence of Autumn
Medley: The Light/The Mystery of Flannan Island Lighthouse/The Light Dies Down on Broadway/The Day the Light Went Out
The Return of the Giant Hogweed
Going out to Get You/Aisle of Plenty
The Waiting Room (20 minute version)
Medley: Everybody Needs Somebody to Love/Gimme Some Loving/In the Midnight Hour/In the Wilderness/The Silent Sun
When the new album is released in 2025 there'll surely be a song about bird flu on it.
As much as I totally disagree with Lazlor's viewpoint, I absolutely looove VDGG.
Blood, because it's a no-brainer
Earl, because it rocks and is my fave of the three tracks pointing to the band's future
Vine, because I can't vote for Slumbers/Earth as one piece
All in all an excellent album with a stronger atmosphere than Trick.
This was very easy: Dance, Entangled, Los Endos
As the votes for this one otherwise seem to remain in anonymity, I'll own up:
the way too obvious TIOA
the horrible Misunderstanding
All in all, Duke is one of my least favourite Genesis albums. I blame it completely on the production. If only they had stripped down their sound one album earlier.
Mike & The Mechanics
(found out the only albums of theirs I can still stomach are The Bends and OK Computer)
(like the first three albums, but Rockpommel's Land strangely just won't click with me)
(The Prodigal Stranger is better than I remembered, maybe an age thing)
...a bit of Wishbone Ash as well.
one of the rare songs I cannot make out any of the five as predominant, they all contributed their share.
That's true of most of the stuff on the underrated Nursery Cryme album, IMO, especially the three longtracks. A tight band with the egos firmly under control yet. Hogweed may be more repetitive than Musical Box and Salmacis, but the "dance" section and the great, great ending more than compensate. I like all three versions of the track, studio, live and revisited.
The long album version of Tx3 is one of the very highlights of the trio era and maybe doesn't quite get the attention it deserves. It's in the same league as Mama, hypnotic music with great vocals.
I'm just getting into them. About time, after all I'm German!
Quite a band, but Jumbo is a bit of a letdown after the great first two albums. Now I'm looking forward to the alleged masterpieces Rockpommel and Solar Music Live.
I'm a fan, but only have the albums from the Hodgson/Davis era plus "Brother" plus the first Roger solo. They're all good and worth having and listening to. (I tried "Free as a Bird" on Youtube and decided to stop there.)
Down and Out
The Lady Lies
4th would have been FYFM.
Goodbye Britain, take care.
My faves on the album are The Family... and San Jacinto. As for Shock the Monkey, the single version rocks, while the album version is too long and repetitive.
I've always liked the first three and have made my peace with But Seriously. Still trying to get into Both Sides and still failing. Never bothered with anything that came after, except the first Hits collection.
Abacab is full of great stuff, but it doesn't hang together well as an album. They should have gone for a double, though that probably would have alienated even more fans.
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Me and Sarah Jane
Keep It Dark
From Genesis to Revelation