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Customer Reviews

My Heart Going Boom Boom Boom

After bailing from prog rocking dinosaurs Genesis, PG had a lot of pent up artistic frustration to expend. And expend it he did. With mixed results. The minor flaw in this album is its incoherent piecemeal contents (folk rock, funk, prog-lite and a ghastly barbershop quartet track). But the highlights more than compensate: Solsbury Hill never gets old; Here Comes The Flood is a Genesis-ish beauty. An alpha-minus debut.

New directions

After the complicated relationships within Genesis, and Gabriel feeling the need to go his own way, it is not surprising that his first solo effort is a bit of a mixture of styles. It is certainly a departure from Genesis, but if one listens carefully you can hear the influences that are still pervading the music. It certainly has some strong tracks in its own right, Solsbury Hill being a masterpiece, and while some of the other songs are not as strong, in the cannon of Gabriels work you can see where many of the other tracks would eventually lead.

Do People Actually Buy This

and listen to it? How awful !


Born: 13 February 1950 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As the leader of Genesis in the early '70s, Peter Gabriel helped move progressive rock to new levels of theatricality. He was no less ambitious as a solo artist, but he was more subtle in his methods. With his first eponymous solo album in 1977, he began exploring darker, more cerebral territory, incorporating avant-garde, electronic, and worldbeat influences into his music. The record, as well as its two similarly titled successors, established Gabriel as a critically acclaimed cult artist, and...
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