Genesis | Best of 68-99

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59 – Genesis – The Carpet Crawlers 1999 – 1999
53 – Genesis – On the Shoreline – 1995
52 – Genesis – Tell Me Why – 1993
49 – Genesis – Jesus He Knows Me – 1992
48 – Genesis – Hold On My Heart – 1992
47 – Genesis – I Can’t Dance – 1991
46 – Genesis – No Son of Mine – 1991
41 – Genesis – Land of Confusion – 1986
39 – Genesis – In Too Deep – 1986
38 – Genesis – Invisible Touch – 1986
35 – Genesis – Illegal Alien – 1984
34 – Genesis – That’s All – 1983
33 – Genesis – Mama – 1983
32 – Genesis – Home by the Sea – 1983
28 – Genesis – No Reply at All – 1981
26 – Genesis – Abacab – 1981
25 – Genesis – Misunderstanding – 1980
23 – Genesis – Turn It On Again – 1980
21 – Genesis – Many Too Many – 1978
20 – Genesis – Follow You, Follow Me – 1978
16 – Genesis – Ripples – 1976
15 – Genesis – Entangled – 1976
14 – Genesis – A Trick of the Tail – 1976
10 – Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway – 1974
7 – Genesis – I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) – 1973
4 – Genesis – Looking for Someone – 1970
2 – Genesis – A Winter’s Tale – 1968


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Genesis | #genesis
(Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Steve Hackett, …)
[1967-…], Godalming, Surrey, United Kingdom
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Biography


Genesis are an English rock band formed in Godalming, Surrey in 1967.

Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Anthony Phillips and Chris Stewart are the five founding members. The band has had numerous line-ups throughout its history, of which eleven musicians became full time members. Its most recent formation comprised two founding members — keyboardist Tony Banks and bassist/guitarist Mike Rutherford — and drummer/singer Phil Collins, who joined in 1970.

Formed by five pupils at Charterhouse School, Genesis were initially regarded as a “pop experiment” as evident by their debut album, From Genesis to Revelation (1969).

Genesis evolved into a progressive rock band with Trespass (1970) and Nursery Cryme (1971), which showcased longer tracks, fantasy inspired lyrics, and complex song structures and instrumentation – the latter featured the debut of Collins on drums and new lead guitarist Steve Hackett. Their success continued with Foxtrot (1972), which features the 23-minute track “Supper’s Ready”, and Selling England by the Pound (1973). Genesis concerts during this time became theatrical experiences with stage design, pyrotechnics, story telling, and singer Peter Gabriel wearing make-up and costumes.

In 1975, after touring in support of their double concept album The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (1974), Gabriel left the band. Collins would handle drums, percussion, drum machine (starting in 1980) and lead vocals on their subsequent studio albums, of which three more were released in the 1970s: A Trick of the Tail (1976), Wind & Wuthering (1976), and …And Then There Were Three… (1978). The single “Follow You Follow Me” from the latter was a major international success and represented a change in their musical direction, becoming more pop-oriented and commercially accessible.

In 1980, Genesis scored their first UK No. 1 album with Duke (1980). Their commercial success grew with further UK No. 1 albums Abacab (1981) and Genesis (1983), which coincided with Collins‘s increasing popularity as a solo artist. The band peaked with Invisible Touch (1986), their best-selling album, from which all five singles released entered the top five on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, with “Invisible Touch” reaching the No. 1 spot. In 1991, after a five-year break, Genesis continued their mainstream success with We Can’t Dance (1991), which contained the worldwide hit single “I Can’t Dance”. In 1996, Collins departed the band, which led to Ray Wilson taking his place on vocals. Wilson, Banks and Rutherford released Calling All Stations (1997), which sold well in Europe but peaked at No. 53 in the U.S., their lowest charting album since 1974. Following a European tour in 1998, the band went on hiatus.

In 2006, Banks, Rutherford and Collins reunited for the 2007 Turn It On Again Tour, which included a free concert in Rome that was attended by 500,000 people.

The future of Genesis remains uncertain; Collins stated that he was retiring from the music industry in 2011 but has since indicated he is considering a return, whilst Banks indicated that Genesis had come to an end during an interview in 2012.

In 2014, Gabriel, Banks, Rutherford, Collins, and Hackett reunited for a BBC documentary, Genesis: Together and Apart.

Genesis are one of the best selling music artists of all time with approximately 130 million records sold worldwide.
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