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Old 01-15-2018, 04:37 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Spanish can be racist too. Seriously though, listen to the lyric: it's almost Trumpesque in its racism. And it's a **** song. Speaking of which, time to go back to

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"Keep it Dark" - Abacab (1981)
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Okay let's go: now we're getting to the serious ****.
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Okay let's go: now we're getting to the serious ****.
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"Firth of Fifth" - Selling England by the Pound (1973)
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The best ELP song by Genesis.
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Who needs Selling England By The Pound when you can be this brilliant. It takes a true prog mindset to incorporate Prince influences into heavy progressive synth-rock, and this song shows how Genesis really was the leader of the prog pack in the 80's as they left their commercial 70's era behind. And there's a deep meaning behind the song too: sussudio is actually a lost Gaelic prayer that refers to a forgotten fertility goddess of the Irish plains, relating to the changing of the seasons and the sacrifice of virgins to bless the growth of crops for the coming spring. It is said that during this songwriting period that Collins, Rutherford and Banks were inspired by a drive-through screening of The Wicker Man (sans Nicholas Cage).
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Old 01-15-2018, 07:18 PM   #77 (permalink)
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Who needs Selling England By The Pound when you can be this brilliant. It takes a true prog mindset to incorporate Prince influences into heavy progressive synth-rock, and this song shows how Genesis really was the leader of the prog pack in the 80's as they left their commercial 70's era behind. And there's a deep meaning behind the song too: sussudio is actually a lost Gaelic prayer that refers to a forgotten fertility goddess of the Irish plains, relating to the changing of the seasons and the sacrifice of virgins to bless the growth of crops for the coming spring. It is said that during this songwriting period that Collins, Rutherford and Banks were inspired by a drive-through screening of The Wicker Man (sans Nicholas Cage).
Please refer to the OP: no solo ****. And how can you have a Phil Collins song in your Genesis top ten, huh? Also, that song? That was the one that started me hating him. Up to then, the first two albums were great, then he pulls this pop crap? GTFO Phil.

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The best ELP song by Genesis.
I am fan of ELP. I always thought they great musicians. Keith Emerson was known for some crazy onstage antics. He would pull out knives (he had two) and stab at his organ, to sustain a note. When he was done he would through them into his Leslie cabinet. The blades would dull pretty quick and if they weren't sharpen they would bounce off the cabinet. There was one time Keith threw the knife and it ricocheted off the cabinet and the knife went directly into his roadie's leg. Ouch! That's gotta hurt.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Knife Edge / Rondo / Drum Solo - Live 1970 - Remastered


In the early days of Genesis they would go to see [the Nice] in concert. They saw Kieth do onstage did what I just described. In fact they actually named the The Knife after the knife in Kieth's knife act. Believe it or not the person who gave those two knives to Keith Emerson was Lemmy Kilmister. So whenever I hear The Knife I feel Lemmy somehow lives on in spirit in that song, because it was his knife originally.

So if you are going to get serious about the best "Genesis a la ELP via The Nice" song it would have to be The Knife.

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