Genesis - Calling All Stations (Music CD)

Release Date: 13 October 2008
Artist: Genesis
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CALLING ALL STATIONS, Genesis' first post-Phil Collins release finds founding members Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford rebounding nicely in a situation that would debilitate many other bands. Newcomer Ray Wilson has a vocal style reminiscent of Paul Carrack that neatly falls between his predecessors Collins and Peter Gabriel. Musically, the band continues along the same art-rock path of seamless songs marked by slick guitar-and-keyboard textures. Never going beyond mid-tempo at any point, Genesis mixes in dollops of Brazilian percussion ("Congo") and pseudo-funk ("Small Talk"). CALLING ALL STATIONS is a carefully-constructed record that coolly ebbs and flows as Wilson makes his mark with this British institution.

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1. Calling All Stations
2. Congo
3. Shipwrecked
4. Alien Afternoon
5. Not About Us
6. If That's What You Need
7. Dividing Line
8. Uncertain Weather
9. Small Talk
10. There Must Be Some Other Way
11. One Man's Fool

Release Date: 13 October 2008
Artist: Genesis
SKU: GENCDY14