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Genesis - Selling England By The Pound (Full Album Remastered)

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Published on Aug 1, 2011

From 1973, one of the Prog Masterpieces

Track List:

00:00 - Dancing With The Moonlit Knight
08:03 - I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
12:13 - Firth Of Fifth
21:48 - More Fool Me
25:00 - The Battle Of Epping Forest
36:43 - After The Ordeal
40:58 - Cinema Show
51:40 - Aisle Of Plenty

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Randy Smith
This is my favorite Genesis album. When I first heard it, I was 14yo. Now I'm 57, and still love it even more. It's timeless, and as relevant and beautiful to me now as ever.
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Tommygun1028
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Covellechi
After listen to the whole album for the first time, the coolest thing for me had to be how the theme from the first song comes back and ends the album.
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TinFiddler
"Firth of Fifth" is the absolute pinnacle of both Genesis' production and (in my view) the entire progressive rock genre! Add to that "The cinema show" and the opening lyrics of "Dancing with the moonlit knight" and you got an immortal classic. :-)
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Suvorov928
Firth of Fifth has got to be one of the most amazing songs ever written.  Absolutely BEAUTIFUL piece of work.  When it gets to Hackett's guitar section, I just close my eyes and get lost in this fantastic song.
DAX GREGORY MICHAELS
WOW!! This album brings back so many good memories of my hopes as a teen in the 70s. Well, with God's magic,  I am at that same point that I was when I was 17 ( a second chance at life). Only this time I'm gonna do it right!!!
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Frank Converse
Used to play this fucker loud, while I drove around on mescaline circa 1973 through the beach cities of California. ELP, Genesis, Uriah Heep, Procol Harum. Jesus that was some fine music.
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Genetics and Civilization
I've always been a fan of prog rock, yet, I never gave this album much of a chance. I can now say with confidence that this is an absolute masterpiece.
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Vince Viselli
Its soo sad how today's generation dont understand Progressive rock. The Peter Gabriel years of Genesis were classic and they will never be a band like that.....I still get good bumps everytime I hear this LP..I still play it on my record player.
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Heath Cohen
Steve Hackett the guitarist who actually created finger tapping.
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