8 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

By the mid-'80s, it was hard to distinguish a Genesis record from a Phil Collins solo cut. Invisible Touch was released just a year after Collins' blockbuster No Jacket Required, and it plays like a sequel to that pop-rock classic. From the political "Land of Confusion" to the romantic ballad "In Too Deep" to the chart-topping pop of the title track, the album is packed with big hooks and glistening production—making for the most accessible and commercial distillation of Genesis' art-rock sound.

EDITORS’ NOTES

By the mid-'80s, it was hard to distinguish a Genesis record from a Phil Collins solo cut. Invisible Touch was released just a year after Collins' blockbuster No Jacket Required, and it plays like a sequel to that pop-rock classic. From the political "Land of Confusion" to the romantic ballad "In Too Deep" to the chart-topping pop of the title track, the album is packed with big hooks and glistening production—making for the most accessible and commercial distillation of Genesis' art-rock sound.

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