do Genesis suck dogs cocks?

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YES! Genesis suck dogs cocks
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NO! Genesis do NOT suck dogs cocks
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Re: Genesis

Postby trans-chigley express » 09 Feb 2018, 10:54

**** on the TCE scale of quality, docked one star for their 80’s decline, although it has its moments and I largely agree with Soundchaser except for Invisible Touch which I hate from start to finish.

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Re: Genesis

Postby Matt Wilson » 09 Feb 2018, 14:29

I want to hear Nursery Cryme. I have Foxtrot, Selling England... and Lamb. Still can't quite get into the latter, but I'm ready for NC.
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Re: Genesis

Postby Hugh » 09 Feb 2018, 16:19

Matt Wilson wrote:I want to hear Nursery Cryme. I have Foxtrot, Selling England... and Lamb. Still can't quite get into the latter, but I'm ready for NC.


If push comes to shove then Nursery Chryme is my favourite of the albums that came before Lamb.

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Re: Genesis

Postby soundchaser » 14 Mar 2018, 17:24

Matt Wilson wrote:I want to hear Nursery Cryme. I have Foxtrot, Selling England... and Lamb. Still can't quite get into the latter, but I'm ready for NC.


Have you got around to Nursery Cryme yet, Matt?

If you like that, put Genesis Live on your list as well.

If you want to get fully immersed, the Archive box set is fantastic.

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Re: Genesis

Postby THE SMOOTH SOUL STYLINGS OF SUMPTUOUS SI » 14 Mar 2018, 17:46

Two phases to their ‘career’:

1) grass growing to old hymn whispered on the wind

2) amateur samba band playing in cocktail bar in Luton
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Re: Genesis

Postby soundchaser » 14 Mar 2018, 17:47

THE NIGHT BEAK wrote:Two phases to their ‘career’:

1) grass growing to old hymn whispered on the wind

2) amateur samba band playing in cocktail bar in Luton


Mmm, you clearly know your stuff.

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Re: Genesis

Postby C » 14 Mar 2018, 18:04

Hightea wrote:

In regards to Genesis
1. From Genesis to Revelation (1969) - okay
Trespass (1970) - excellent
Nursery Cryme (1971) -epic
Foxtrot (1972) -epic
Selling England by the Pound (1973) - epic
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (1974) -epic
A Trick of the Tail (1976) -excellent
Wind & Wuthering (1976) -very good
rest


Spot on although I think W&W is excellent too






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Re: Genesis

Postby Matt Wilson » 14 Mar 2018, 18:18

soundchaser wrote:
Matt Wilson wrote:I want to hear Nursery Cryme. I have Foxtrot, Selling England... and Lamb. Still can't quite get into the latter, but I'm ready for NC.


Have you got around to Nursery Cryme yet, Matt?

If you like that, put Genesis Live on your list as well.

If you want to get fully immersed, the Archive box set is fantastic.


Not yet, I'm immersing myself in the Wilson Tull boxes lately. I get Songs from the Wood in the mail today, in fact.
Haven't forgotten about Nursery Cryme though.

Of course I will need Coan's approval before I listen, much less purchase the CD. So you'd really be better off asking him if I'm allowed to indulge in another Genesis album.
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Re: Genesis

Postby soundchaser » 14 Mar 2018, 18:23

Matt Wilson wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
Matt Wilson wrote:I want to hear Nursery Cryme. I have Foxtrot, Selling England... and Lamb. Still can't quite get into the latter, but I'm ready for NC.


Have you got around to Nursery Cryme yet, Matt?

If you like that, put Genesis Live on your list as well.

If you want to get fully immersed, the Archive box set is fantastic.


Not yet, I'm immersing myself in the Wilson Tull boxes lately. I get Songs from the Wood in the mail today, in fact.
Haven't forgotten about Nursery Cryme though.

Of course I will need Coan's approval before I listen, much less purchase the CD. So you'd really be better off asking him if I'm allowed to indulge in another Genesis album.


:lol:. Well, you don’t want to get hounded off the board.

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Re: Genesis

Postby Goat Boy » 14 Mar 2018, 18:35

Nursery Cryme is weaker than Foxtrot but I maybe prefer it to England overall.
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Re: Genesis

Postby THE SMOOTH SOUL STYLINGS OF SUMPTUOUS SI » 14 Mar 2018, 18:38

Matt Wilson wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
Matt Wilson wrote:I want to hear Nursery Cryme. I have Foxtrot, Selling England... and Lamb. Still can't quite get into the latter, but I'm ready for NC.


Have you got around to Nursery Cryme yet, Matt?

If you like that, put Genesis Live on your list as well.

If you want to get fully immersed, the Archive box set is fantastic.


Not yet, I'm immersing myself in the Wilson Tull boxes lately. I get Songs from the Wood in the mail today, in fact.
Haven't forgotten about Nursery Cryme though.

Of course I will need Coan's approval before I listen, much less purchase the CD. So you'd really be better off asking him if I'm allowed to indulge in another Genesis album.


Why drink from the horse's trough when there's nectar all around?

On second thoughts...
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Re: Genesis

Postby Goat Boy » 14 Mar 2018, 19:13

THE NIGHT BEAK wrote:
Why drink from the horse's trough when there's nectar all around?



I feel that way sometimes when I post on BCB
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Re: Genesis

Postby THE SMOOTH SOUL STYLINGS OF SUMPTUOUS SI » 14 Mar 2018, 19:28

sometimes?
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Re: Genesis

Postby Fonz » 14 Mar 2018, 23:12

soundchaser wrote:
trans-chigley express wrote:
Fonz wrote:Awful.

Apart from ‘Sussidio’ which I happen to think represents the pinnacle of eighties music.

Christ!


On a bike.


I listen to them before decapitating business colleagues.
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Re: Genesis

Postby soundchaser » 15 Mar 2018, 08:21

Fonz wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
trans-chigley express wrote:Christ!


On a bike.


I listen to them before decapitating business colleagues.


What’s your real name: Richard Hammond?

:D

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Re: Genesis

Postby Fonz » 15 Mar 2018, 09:10

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Re: Genesis

Postby Fonz » 15 Mar 2018, 09:11

Fonz wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
Fonz wrote:
I listen to them before decapitating business colleagues.


What’s your real name: Richard Hammond?

:D


Patrick Bateman ;)
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Re: Genesis

Postby The Slider » 15 Mar 2018, 10:52

Hightea wrote: I do have a secret love for Phil Collins vocals don't tell the Gabriel freaks (oops I'm one of those too) :D

always liked this corny Collins song


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Re: Genesis

Postby soundchaser » 16 Mar 2018, 07:41

Their finest song?


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Re: Genesis

Postby C » 19 Mar 2018, 23:17

Goat Boy wrote:Nursery Cryme is weaker than Foxtrotl.


In my view Nursery Cryme is the stronger of the two.

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