Entertainment Peter Gabriel era Genesis or Phil Collins era Genesis

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Peter Gabriel era Genesis or Phil Collins era Genesis

  1. Peter Gabriel era

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  2. Phil Collins era

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  1. DDragon

    DDragon Well-Known Member

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    So the music nerdz say Peter Gabriel era is better I guess because its more 'artistic' and wasn't hugely popular. Patrick Bateman says Phil Collins era is better. Well I agree with Patrick Bateman. Are there songs that sound like Phil Collins solo ? Yes of course. Are there just as many songs that don't sound like Phil Collins solo. Yes of course and don't forget it. 'Tonight, Tonight, Tonight' album version (fuck the radio edit/single) slays all. Monkey Zulu up your asshole.



     
  2. Mark Mayonnaise

    Mark Mayonnaise You look like a tree! VIP

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    It goes album by album for me, whether it's Collins or Gabriel.

    My 2 favorites are Lamb Lies Down on Broadway and Duke.

    Some of the later Collins stuff was dreck though.
     
  4. Kanye West

    Kanye West Yeezus!

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    Phil Collins fucking ruled
     
  5. IllegalSearch

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    Gabriel all the way. That choice is like asking which Chicago band do you like Kath or Cetera.
     
  6. DrSublux

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    anyone that can play the drums and can sing like that at the same time is the winner. Collins FTW
     
  7. Rob0729

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    To be fair to the Phil Collins era, there were multiple versions of it. They were serious musicians when they recorded albums like Duke and Abacab. They were pop hacks when they did Invisible Touch (although there are a few good tunes on that album) and on. Basically, the album "Genesis" was the last really good Genesis album and their turn to pop.
     
  8. Kanye West

    Kanye West Yeezus!

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    dude Land of Confusion was one of the greatest songs ever
     
  9. Rob0729

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    I said there were a few good tunes on the album.
     
  10. Kanye West

    Kanye West Yeezus!

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    nigga you crazy there are more than a few....tonight, tonight tonight
     
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  11. Mark Mayonnaise

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    Oh man those lyrics are genius
     
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  12. Kanye West

    Kanye West Yeezus!

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    your fannypack idea was more genius
     
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    Mike and the Mechanics rules them all.
     
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    Yeah yeah yeah so good its in 2 parts.

     
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    Swedish John I'm your huckleberry

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    Who knew there were so many fans of Genesis.
     
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    Love the Gabriel years, can barely tolerate the Collins years





     
  17. DDragon

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    Not really because Tony Banks was the man and the maestro and last time I checked he wasnt in Mike and the Mechanics.
     
  18. Kanye West

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    Phil Collins solo shit is also bad ass too
     
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    Phil era 100%.

    ... but goddamn I hate those Steinberger guitars...
     
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    super song


     
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