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The Music of Genesis
Spectrum
The Music of Genesis
Genre: Pop
 
The music of Genesis has evolved over 25 years and this album contains hits made since 1978. Now on First Choice, you can hear instrumental versions of their greatest hits, performed by the best-selling group Spectrum.

      
   
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All Artists: Spectrum
Title: The Music of Genesis
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: CreateSpace
Release Date: 1/23/2009
Genre: Pop
Style: Easy Listening
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 015095459824, 015095459824

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The music of Genesis has evolved over 25 years and this album contains hits made since 1978. Now on First Choice, you can hear instrumental versions of their greatest hits, performed by the best-selling group Spectrum.

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Even for Completists, this is bad
Mad Man Moo | Arizona | 01/14/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"If you're not yet a completist, complete your collection of original Genesis albums first. If you're a completist like I am and are worried about leaving your collection incomplete, trust me and still don't bother buying this. You'll regret it. (Don't be lured in by the Many Too Many cut--that's what lured me in!)

The best I can describe it is "elevator music". I have played it once, but only once. As one reviewer described, it's almost like MIDI. If you're craving more Genesis but don't already own all the Tony Banks albums (I recommend Curious Feeling, Strictly Inc., Bankstatement, or Still--in that order) or Hackett's Voyage of the Acolyte or Spectral Mornings, get those instead and support the boys, but don't waste time and money on this.


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Not that bad
John Sposato | Syracuse, NY, USA | 04/04/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Most people ignore these kind of CDs 'cos they're [inexpensive] imitations, so they say. I got this at the dollar store of all places! I have to admit that these instrumental covers sound like MIDI files! These sound like the kind used on PAs in stores (i.e. Muzak!), or on cable channels that are "blacked out" or just have info, kna'mean? These CDs are apparently made on shoestring budgets, and the budget labels pass the savings on to you. However, this kind of recording is nothing new, yet instrumental tributes used to be mostly classical style, though those kind still exist. You could compare these poor man's versions to the originals if you're truly a fan and to see if they do the originals justice. I think they're interesting interpretations, and they make the songs less ordinary after hearing them time and time again."