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Monday, 13 June 2011

Genesis - Selling England By The Pound [1973]

If you manage to see through the 'poncy' nature of this album (and indeed most of Genesis' prog albums), you'll find an extremely sound piece of work with lovely rhythms, exciting solos and even a few catchy hooks.

"Selling England" was Genesis' 5th album, and is a product of the collective creativity of the so-called 'classic' band lineup (of Gabriel, Hackett, Rutherford, Banks and Collins), which had been refined on their prior three efforts. What you'll find here is an overall very 'warm' sounding album, which combines perfectly with Peter Gabriel's tragic 'cries of a nation' vocals.

Mp3, 256 kbps

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