Keep It Dark - Genesis - Abacab (CD, Album)

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  1. Abacab is the eleventh studio album by English rock band Genesis, released on 18 September by Charisma faukorafelorejohelm.xyzinfo their tour in support of their previous album, Duke (), the band took a break before they reconvened in to write and record a new album. Abacab is the first Genesis album recorded at The Farm, a recording studio bought by the group in Chiddingfold, Surrey.
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  3. Shop 25 records for sale for album Keep it dark by Genesis on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  4. Let the dorks who would have preferred Genesis ride the prog clichés they helped invent into the grave be damned: for better or worse Abacab is the most adventurous, experimental album of their catalog. Like it's clashing abstract cover art the album presents a set of diverse musical entities united in their radiant, colorful creativity, and often a tech-infused sense of isolation and unease.
  5. Sep 02,  · It was certified double platinum in for selling 2-million copies in the US. The album produced four singles including ‘Abacab’ and ‘No Reply At All’ which were the best known to come from that release. The other two singles were ‘Keep It Dark’ and ‘Man On The Corner.’.
  6. This was my first Genesis album (now I have them all), and the one I've played most frequently. It's not their best, but it's the Genesis album that is most important to me. With great songs like "Abacab", "No reply at all", "Keep It dark" and "Dodo/Lurker". "Who dunnit?" is really terrible.
  7. Genesis - Abacab music CD album at CD Universe, remixed audio of the 11th studio album by Genesis, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. Keep It Dark ( Remastered Version) Additional Track Information Abacab album for sale: 5: Dodo/Lurker ( Remastered Version) 6.
  8. Euch. This song. Abacab's always been this weird, amalgam monster for me; aside from a few long-form exceptions in the form of Abacab and Dodo, and the exuberance of No Reply At All, the album just misses the mark. The rest of the album feels flabby and fake and repetitive. Especially, Keep It Dark does not work for me.

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