It's official. Reunion mania has reached a fever pitch.
With the Police smashing box-office records across the globe and Van Halen making a ruckus while smaller, yet equally influential, bands such as the Stooges, Jesus and Mary Chain, Crowded House and Smashing Pumpkins are getting their belated love, respect and adoration, the news of Genesis' Turn It On Again world tour came as little surprise to anybody paying attention.
Of course Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford are getting back together to relive the glory and rehash the music. The stage is set. The public is hungry. It's easy money - both on the touring end, where artists make the most of their cash, and on the repackaging end, where every Genesis album will be digitally remastered and re-released, and their hits will be re-ordered in yet another best-of incarnation, this one a tour edition.