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Genesis - 1976 A Trick Of The Tail
Over time this has emerged as one of the bands most popular albums and with good reason. There isn't a track easily skipped and the new identity of the band was clearly one they were happy with at the time.

Genesis - 1978 .. And Then There Were Three
Probably the most undervalued album in their catalogue, and one that deserves a reappraisal.

Genesis - 1981 Abacab
Not your typical Genesis album, and for long time prog fans, this was the album to formulate an escape plan from a band hell bent on selling out to commercialism.. i.e pop, R&B and soul.

Genesis - 1991 We Can't Dance
This is the final Genesis album to feature Phil Collins..

Genesis - 1997 Calling All Stations
The new lineup of Genesis released 'Calling All Stations' during 1997, it proved to be popular in Europe, less so America.

Rutherford, Mike - 1980 Smallcreep's Day
Widely recognized as one of the best of the Genesis related solo albums, 'Smallcreep's Day' is a concept album about a factory worker who sets out to discover why his life is so mundane and the musical line-up is impressive..

Rutherford, Mike - 1982 Acting Very Strange
Mike Rutherford must have been listening to Phil Collins for inspiration, as this second solo album from him is far more commercial, with leanings towards AOR and new wave at odd moments.

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