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"Genesis, A Trick of the Tail Mini LP Replica In A CD with bonus DVD"

RARE OBI JAPAN REPLICA CD - TREMENDOUSLY RARE OUT OF PRINT MASTERPIECE - FACTORY SEALED - LAST COPY FOREVER - COLLECTORS NOTE: This Japanese mini-lp replica version of Genesis is simply a work of art! Very beautifully designed with all the lyrics included and with a sound quality SACD remastered to perfection. This is by far the best version of this album that is out there; great sound quality, great packaging, great extra material with videos, making off! A must have in any CD collector's library. Audio: (SACD Surround and stereo mixes,DVD Audio(Dolby Surround,DTS 96/24). Video:(1976 rehearsal concert with Bill Bruford (stereo only, letterbox), Music videos:Ripples, Robbery,Assault and Battery,A trick of the Tail (Dolby or DTS surround) plus 15 mn. interview with the band in 2007. This is a Japanese re-mastered Mini LP replica Limited Edition Collection - only 2,000 Collector pieces made world-wide and are immediately Out of Print. Recorded from the finest Original Masters available. Comes with: anti-static sleeves similar to Vinyl LPs, Cardboard packaging like an LP, plastic wrap cases for protection of the collectible Actual miniaturized version of the 12" LP in 4" CD version. Track listing 1. Dance on a Volcano 2. Entangled 3. Squonk 4. Mad Man Moon 5. Robbery, Assault and Battery 6. Ripples 7. Trick of the Tail, A 8. Los Endos TRICK OF THE TAIL was Genesis' first LP after the departure of Peter Gabriel. Genesis: Phil Collins (vocals, drums, percussion); Steve Hackett (electric & 12-string guitars); Tony Banks (12-string guitar, piano, keyboards); Mike Rutherford (12-string guitar, bass). Engineers: David Hentschel, Nick Haddock Bradford. Recorded at Trident Studios, London, England in October & November 1975. This was Genesis' first album following the departure of vocalist Peter Gabriel. After ascending the heights of conceptual progressive rock on the preceding THE LAMB LIES DOWN ON BROADWAY, Genesis was left between a rock and a hard place, trying to define its identity anew. With the odds against them they put in a fine showing on TRICK OF THE TAIL. The general musical mode is similar to that of LAMB--longish songs with well developed structures and arrangements and a straighter rock feel than the band's early work. Lyrically, the band didn't attempt to equal Gabriel's conceptual mastery, choosing instead to tackle discrete subjects on each song; "Squonk" is about a mythical beast, "Entangled" centers around an unpleasant hospital stay. Phil Collins, technically a better vocalist than Gabriel to begin with, steps up admirably as lead singer (he'd already sung lead on a couple of earlier Genesis tunes), but despite the popular myth he didn't take over the band. He receives co-writing credit for only two songs on TRICK OF THE TAIL, an album that's very much a group effort.
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