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Genesis — Invisible Touch

Genesis — Invisible Touch
Label
Charisma
Catalog number
GENLP 2
Year released
1986
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Related artist(s): Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Genesis, Mike Rutherford

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Previously in Exposé...

Genesis - 1976-1982 – Even though this box set covers the post-Gabriel years from 1976’s A Trick of the Tail through 1981’s Abacab, it was actually the first released. As with the other sets, each album comes...  (2008) » Read more

Tempest - Turn of the Wheel – Tempest (not to be confused with the ex-Colosseum group) wasn't a group I would have expected to review in Exposé as I considered them a straighter folk-rock band from the tracks I'd...  (1996) » Read more

Sugarwood - Catch a Breeze and Fly & Love, Loss & Carparks – Sugarwood have been kicking around parts of the UK for a few years now, and seem to have gathered a following (if internet activity is any indication). They fit in more or less with the current...  (2000) » Read more

Shigekazu Kamaki - Magatama – Some may remember Kamaki from his days as the finger-blistering axeman in Mr.Sirius, others from his own jazz-rock band Kehell — still together and gigging fairly regularly. Magatama is...  (1999) » Read more

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