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Who Dunnit? - Genesis - Abacab (CD, Album)

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  1. Abacab was an unfortunate entry into Genesis’ catalogue, even more so when considering how well the trio had at first adapted themselves to evolving musical trends. It remains one of the group’s weakest and most inconsistent albums, providing virtually nothing of note in the progressive field and not exactly too much in the form of great.
  2. Album · · 9 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Radio Sign In Abacab (Remastered) Genesis Rock · Preview SONG TIME Abacab. 1. PREVIEW No Reply at All. 2. PREVIEW Me and Sarah Jane. 3. PREVIEW Keep It Dark. 4. PREVIEW Keep It Dark. 4. PREVIEW Dodo / Lurker. 5. PREVIEW.
  3. Duke showcased a new Genesis-- a sleek, hard, stylish trio that truly sounded like a different band from its first incarnation -- but Abacab was where this new incarnation of the band came into its own. Working with producer Hugh Padgham, the group escalated the innovations of Duke, increasing the pop hooks, working them seamlessly into the artiest rock damspregindecirepdipesconvcocentdef.xyzinfo: Universal Uk.
  4. The Abacab album was Genesis' first studio album to be self-produced and was their first collaboration with engineer Hugh Padgham (whom worked with former Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel and fellow rockers The Police by this point) whom singer/drummer Phil Collins had successfully collaborated with on his US Top 10 Multi-Platinum solo debut entitled Face Value/5().
  5. Duke showcased a new Genesis-- a sleek, hard, stylish trio that truly sounded like a different band from its first incarnation -- but Abacab was where this new incarnation of the band came into its own. Working with producer Hugh Padgham, the group escalated the innovations of Duke, increasing the pop hooks, working them seamlessly into the artiest rock here.9/
  6. Genesis - Abacab music CD album at CD Universe, remixed audio of the 11th studio album by Genesis, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  7. Sherratt 15th Feb Although it states on the labels 'Recorded & Mixed at The Farm, Surrey', I'm sure I read somewhere once upon a time that the 'Abacab' album was actually mixed at the Townhouse Studios in London, though it may have been completely false info.

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