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The Way We Walk: Live in Concert

"Genesis: The Way We Walk: Live in Concert" is the video recording of live performance by Genesis at a concert in November, 1992. The concert was held at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London during ‘We Can't Dance’ tour of Genesis. It has got famous songs like "Turn It On Again", "Jesus He Knows Me", "Fading Lights", "Invisible Touch", "Land of Confusion", "I Can't Dance" and "Tonight" among others. Other than the songs, the DVD has interviews of band members, a feature commentary by Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford- three members of the band and photo galleries.
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Inside Genesis 1975-1980

When Peter Gabriel left Genesis in 1975 the critics claimed the band would wither and die. Phil Collins stepped out from behind the drum kit and the revitalised Genesis produced an amazing series of albums, which bridged the divide between art rock and commercialism. Using the actual words of the band and critics, Inside Genesis is the definitive critical review of the music of Genesis from Trick of the Tail to Duke. A period which saw Genesis grow from progressive icons to become one of the biggest grossing acts in the world. This DVD features Rare concert performances from the Duke tour as well as previously unreleased interviews with the band.

Track Listing

No. Title
1. Dance On A Volcano
2. Deep In The Motherhole
3. Follow You Follow Me
4. Dukes End
5. I Know What I Like
6. Turn It On Again
7. Duchess
8. Los Endos
9 Entangled
10. Squonk
11. Trick Of The Tail
12. Ripples
13. Eleventh Earl Of Mar
14. One For The Wine
15. Afterglow
16. Behind The Lines
Features
  • Direct Scene Access
  • Interactive Menu
Extra
  • In The Quiet Earth And Please Don'T' Touch Performed In Concert By Steve Hackett, Live In Nottingham 1990
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Live at Wembley Stadium

The Invisible Touch Tour, Genesis' biggest ever, coincided with the release of that album, which went on to be certified 6 x platinum by the RIAA. With a string of sold-out arena shows, the band was cast into the same league as concert stalwarts like the Rolling Stones and Grateful Dead. A must-have for any Genesis fan, Live At Wembley Stadium showcases Genesis at the enormous peak of their popularity.
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Inside Genesis 1970-1975

This is the long awaited critical review of the music of Genesis during the Peter Gabriel era.Drawing on rare live footage from vaults of television companies around Europe, a leading team of critics and working musicians revisits and assesses the music of Genesis to find out why this remarkable body of work has endured for over thirty years.
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The Video Show

Undoubtedly one of the most successful rock bands of the last three decades, Genesis have achieved over 100 million in sales worldwide. Video Show traces the band's history during the height of their popularity, with Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, and Tony Banks as the main force. Peter Gabriel appears in a 1999 version of 'The Carpet Crawlers,' and highlights include such MTV staples as 'Land Of Confusion,' 'Invisible Touch,' and 'I Can't Dance.' Digitally remastered, this release marks the first time all of Genesis' videos have been available on DVD. Also included is rare BBC footage of 'Paperlate.'
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Total Rock Review

This is the ultimate review of the music of Genesis on record, on film and in performance. Genesis - Total Rock Review movie Drawing on rare concert films, and penetrating interviews with the band and the critics, this is the definitive review of the Genesis phenomenon.
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The Gabriel Era

This is the independent critical guide to the music of Genesis in the crucial years when the legendary Peter Gabriel was the frontman of the band. This independent and uncensored review was made with total editorial control, owes no allegiances and pulls no punches in telling the whole story in the most candid and open-handed manner.
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The Ultimate Review

This is the definitive Genesis collection. Featuring loads of rare concert footage from every part of an amazing career plus rare interview footage featuring the uncensored views of the band themselves. Comprehensive and authoritative, this is the definitive review of the music of Genesis, on record, in concert and on film.
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The Definitive Critical Review

Inside Genesis 1975-1980
When Peter Gabriel left Genesis in 1975 the critics claimed the band would wither and die. Phil Collins stepped out from behind the drum kit and the revitalized Genesis produced an amazing series of albums, which bridged the divide between art rock and commercialism.
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