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Reduced to a trio, Genesis focused its powers for 1978’s …And Then There Were Three…. The glimmering, intersecting melodies of “Follow You Follow Me” earned them their first pop hit, though the trilling, thrashing drums of “Down and Out” show that they hadn’t abandoned their diehard prog fans. The wildest journeys unfold on “Burning Rope” and “Scene from a Night’s Dream,” musical mini-movies that teem with fluctuating tones, textures, and rhythms. Meanwhile, “Undertow,” “Many Too Many,” and “Snowbound” are power ballads that deserve their own laser light show.

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My Favorite Genesis Album, BUT. . .

"And Then There Were Three" shows off Genesis at their concentrated best. The composing, arranging and performing on these songs is simply incredible, and this long-awaited remastering is definitely an improvement (sorry, all you vinyl worshippers!). Phil Collins shows off the chops that gave him his reputation as one of the best rock drummers ever, along with covering ALL the many-layered vocals; Tony Banks stretches his talents to actually include something other than finger exercises in his soloing; and Mike Rutherford proves he can wail on the guitar as well as bass. Every track is a singular masterpiece, but especially check out "Down And Out", "Undertow", "Burning Rope", "Deep In The Motherlode", and "The Lady Lies"... which, arguably I guess, should be where the album ends. Truth be told, I could have lived a perfectly happy and satisfying life if "Follow You Follow Me" had never existed; it is something of a preview of what happened next... ah well, in a perfect world we'd all die of boredom. Along with "A Trick Of The Tail" and "Wind And Wuthering", "ATTWT" completes the perfect triad of Genesis; after this it was all downhill, not that there weren't some nice views on the way down, and "Fading Lights" was an exquisite ending to a long, long journey (alas, if only they'd left it at that!), but in my reckoning this album marks the absolute pinnacle of Genesis... come on, admit it, "Duke" wasn't really THAT good... and now for the BUT: somebody at iTunes please tell me WHERE IS "SECONDS OUT"??????? It's the second best (after "Yessongs") live rock album ever recorded and on it is the definitive performance of "Supper's Ready" ("desert island" music if ever there were such a thing!) and it is nowhere to be found here!?!?!?! What's going on? I can only hope it's because someone is working on a brand new super-special expanded edition containing the complete show from that tour, or something equally astonishing. . . I hope somebody reads this. . .

One of the best post- Peter Gabriel Albums!

This third album post Peter Gabriel is still one of the best examples of Genesis doing melodic, intricate progressive rock with scope and graduer. Down and Out starts off a sweep of seven strong songs and things don't lighten up until Scenes from a Night's Dream. Deep in the Motherlode in theme and sound hints at Driving the Last Spike written about a decade later. All in all, a strong, strong effort despite the departure of Steve Hackett. Far from my favorite track, but the song that started mass popular appeal for Genesis, the album finishes with Follow You Follow Me. However, I can't complain about Follow You Follow Me too much; it got my wife intrested in Genesis!

Three is better than NOTHING!!

This album is glorious and is among their most under-rated stuff. It opens with the insanity of "Down and Out" and then mellows out slightly with "Undertow." "Ballad of Big" and "Snowbound" continue in typical 70's Genesis fasion. "Burning Rope" serves as a wonderful warm up to the intense "Deep in the Motherlode," which is easily the best song on the album. The album continues with the ballad "Many, Too Many," "Scenes From a Night's Dream," which sounds like it was a Wind and Wuthering out-take, yet another ballad "Say It's Alright Joe" and the jazzy/funky "The Lady Lies" before finishing with the band's first widely successful single "Follow You, Follw Me." After listening to this album, you'll get why it was O.K. for the band to continue on as a trio instead of quitting.


Formed: 1966 in Godalming, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Genesis started life as a progressive rock band, in the manner of Yes and King Crimson, before a series of membership changes brought about a transformation in their sound, into one of the most successful pop/rock bands of the 1980s and 1990s. In addition, the group has provided a launching pad for the superstardom of members Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins, and star solo careers for members Tony Banks, Michael Rutherford, and Steve Hackett. Their roots go back to 1965 and a pair of rival groups,...
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...And Then There Were Three... (Bonus Video Version) [Remastered], Genesis
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop, Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Arena Rock, Prog-Rock/Art Rock
  • Released: Apr 07, 1978

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