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Customer Reviews

Unexpected Listening Experience In the 21st Century

My local record store guru suggested me this album because he is a HUGE Geneis fan and said this album was fantastic. He didn't tell me much about it, but I like a surprise here and there musiclly. I slapped the vinyl on and I heard the first side. The first four songs were a trip for certain. Intruder is a very eerie entrance into the mind of Mr. Gabriel. The soulful wailing of No Self Control is very alluring along with the fun gently played xylophone. Start is a beautifully sullen interlude and careens into I Don't Remember. Tony Levins Bass very thick and commanding with Gabriel's assertive vocal presence. Past that, It's good, but doesn't really stack up to the first four songs. Still an interesting album with unique intentions and sounds.

Gabriel at his best

Do yourself a favor and buy this album, turn off the lights, get your headphones, hit play and enjoy and amazing trip full of images, sounds, twisted personalities and incredible musicianship... Awesome album!

Pete's Best

Prog Rock meets new wave. Sounds like Pete spent a lot of time with XTC's "Drums And Wires" (and Dave Gregory plays on this) and was inspired to write his best bacth of tunes. Phil Collins' drumming probably helped quite a bit, along with the idea to not use cymbals. His best post-Genesis album, despite the fact that Atlantic dropped him when they heard the tapes. Their loss, it is a deserved classic.

Biography

Born: February 13, 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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