Dance into the Light is the sixth solo album by Phil Collins released in 1996. it was notable for being the first album that Collins released as a full-time solo artist, having left Genesis earlier that year.
In 1996 Dance Into The Light is the first album that delivers Collins after leaving Genesis (he was succeeded in the group by the Scottish musician Ray Wilson).
Phil Collins’ solo reissues campaign kicks off with the January 29th releases of deluxe editions of his albums Face Value and Both Sides. The next stage in the "Take A Look At Me Now" retrospective (via Rhino/Atlantic) comes on February 26th with brand new versions of Hello, I Must Be Going! and Dance Into The Light.
Phil Collins is out of retirement. That much is true.
Music legend Phil Collins is releasing a brand new edition of his 1996 classic Dance Into The Light and The Sun has the exclusive first listen.
Phil Collins has more than a few classic albums, and this year he's reissuing six of them.
Phil Collins’ entire back catalogue of eight solo albums was recently remastered at Abbey Road studios and is being re-released by Warner Music.