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Frederick

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When I'm not grooving to Rihanna and Common and whatever else the young people like these days, I'm getting down with Genesis. That's early Genesis, not mid tempo '80s Genesis with Phil crooning in a lounge chair. I'm talking Peter Gabriel dressed like a nut, wall to wall prog-tastic mayhem circa 1973. I used to think it was The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway that was the album of albums but now I'm beginning to think that its actually Selling England by the Pound; this album is slaying me right now.

I know we have German members on this board and I've never met a German yet who doesn't love Genesis so come on in, share your love.

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YESS!

Top 10 band all time for me. Say what you want about the Post Gabriel era but the Collins led era had a few good songs.

Still The Lamb is simply an amazing concept album, my favorite by them, and my favorite song is The Chamber of 32 Doors, of that album :wub:

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YESS!

Top 10 band all time for me. Say what you want about the Post Gabriel era but the Collins led era had a few good songs.

Still The Lamb is simply an amazing concept album, my favorite by them, and my favorite song is The Chamber of 32 Doors, of that album :wub:

Only a fool would discount the first two post-Peter albums!

Its crazy to think that this once completely ignored thread is now over two years old! Anyway, yes The Lamb is still the best but I maintain that the greatness of Selling England by the Pound runs it a close second. The Battle of Epping Forest still blows my mind on a regular basis!

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