Genesis

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  • progressive rock
  • classic rock
  • rock
  • 80s
  • progressive
Genesis formed in 1967 in Godalming, Surrey, England was one of the most popular progressive rock bands in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. During the 1970s, Peter Gabriel was the lead singer until his departure, when drummer Phil Collins stepped up to the mic and replaced him. Starting as an amalgam of two bands formed by schoolboys attending Charterhouse School in Godalming, England, the original lineup consisted of Peter Gabriel, Anthony Phillips, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and Chris Stewart, though Stewart was soon replaced as drummer by John Silver and then John Mayhew.

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Albums

1970-1975 (disc 1: Trespass) (2008)
1970-1975 (disc 2: Nursery Cryme) (2008)
1970-1975 (disc 3: Foxtrot) (2008)
1970-1975 (disc 4: Selling England by the Pound) (2008)
1970-1975 (disc 5: The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (disc 1)) (2008)
1970-1975 (disc 6: The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (disc 2)) (2008)
The Peter Gabriel Years (2007)
...Calling All Stations... (1997)
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (disc 1) (1994)
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (disc 2) (1994)
We Can't Dance (1991)
The Original Album (1990)
Invisible Touch (1986)
Genesis (1983)
Abacab (1981)
Duke (1980)
...and Then There Were Three... (1978)
Wind & Wuthering (1977)
A Trick of the Tail (1976)
Selling England by the Pound (1973)
Foxtrot (1972)
Nursery Cryme (1971)
Trespass (1970)
And the Word Was...
Calling All Stations
From Genesis to Revelation
Live USA, Volume 1
R-Kive
Where the Sour Turns to Sweet

Singles

The Carpet Crawlers 1999 (1999)
Not About Us (1998)
Congo (1997)
Shipwrecked (1997)
Hold on My Heart (1992)
Jesus He Knows Me (1992)
Mama (1992)
Tell Me Why (1992)
I Can't Dance (1991)
No Son of Mine (1991)
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight (1987)
Land of Confusion (1986)
Paperlate / You Might Recall (1982)
The Carpet Crawlers / The Waiting Room (1974)
Watcher of the Skies (1973)
The Knife (1971)
A Winter's Tale (1968)
The Silent Sun (1968)

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