33 Songs, 2 Hours 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Phil Collins has an ageless, smoky voice that carries the scuffs of wisdom. It gives his lightest songs unexpected emotional weight and his darkest moments, such as “In the Air Tonight,” an atmosphere of crackling menace. This collection broadly arranges his hits into two camps: The first includes the pacier songs, such as the urgent electro-pop of “Don’t Lose My Number” as well as the Motown soul of “Two Hearts” and the Prince-style synth-funk of “Sussudio.” The second contains the brokenhearted ballads, such as “Separate Lives,” in which he pleads and cajoles with a departed love.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Phil Collins has an ageless, smoky voice that carries the scuffs of wisdom. It gives his lightest songs unexpected emotional weight and his darkest moments, such as “In the Air Tonight,” an atmosphere of crackling menace. This collection broadly arranges his hits into two camps: The first includes the pacier songs, such as the urgent electro-pop of “Don’t Lose My Number” as well as the Motown soul of “Two Hearts” and the Prince-style synth-funk of “Sussudio.” The second contains the brokenhearted ballads, such as “Separate Lives,” in which he pleads and cajoles with a departed love.

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