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The title of Ray Wilson's new album, Genesis vs. Stiltskin, is somewhat misleading, as there is no death match between the Scottish rock singer's two most high-profile bands involved. The four-disc package essentially combines a new album of Wilson's group Stiltskin (credited as Ray Wilson & Stiltskin, even though as with the 2006 "reunion" album She, no original members from Stiltskin are involved) with a two-CD/one-DVD live recording of his Genesis Classics project (which, of course, does not involve any members of Genesis either). The main album, Stiltskin's Unfulfillment, offers 12 tracks of earthy rock, written by Wilson, guitarist Uwe Metzler, and producer Peter Hoff. The live album (which had previously been available through Wilson's website) was recorded in Poznan, Poland, and sees a group of 12 musicians (including members of the new Stiltskin plus a string section) perform not only well-known Genesis songs such as "Land of Confusion" and "I Can't Dance," but also a number of solo songs from previous Genesis members, including Phil Collins' "Another Day in Paradise," Peter Gabriel's "Solsbury Hill," and Mike + the Mechanics' "Another Cup of Coffee."


Born: 09 September 1968 in Dumfries, Scotland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Gifted with a warm, gravelly voice, Scottish singer Ray Wilson has had a career of high and lows thus far. A Levi's TV ad dragged him out of rock limbo and propelled his group Stiltskin into the U.K. charts. A few months later, his hiring as Phil Collins' replacement in Genesis shoved him into the spotlight, but only for a brief period of time. The group's quick abandon in the face of adversity (i.e. unsatisfactory sales of the album Calling All Stations) brought Wilson down and left him unfairly...
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Genesis vs Stiltskin, Ray Wilson
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  • 11,99 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 09 September 2011

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