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Genesis: The Video Show (2004)

A collection of videos released by the band Genesis

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A collection of videos released by the band Genesis

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Other puppets in the crowd scene are as follows, Yoko Ono, Tina Turner, Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Pete Townsend, Michael Jackson, Cyndi Lauper, Elton John, Madonna, Clint Eastwood, Ringo Starr, Walter Matthau, Stephen King, Mr. T, Prince, Paul McCartney, Princess Diana, Bob Geldoff, Hulk Hogan, Bill Cosby, Sting, Faye Runaway, Cliff Richard, and Boy George. See more »

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Edited from Genesis: I Can't Dance (1992) See more »

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Not About Us
Written by Genesis
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The Second Coming
13 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

Having been reared on the second coming of Genesis, this is one of the most comprehensive video collections of its kind. Over 2hr & 30M of the Phil Collins years. Genesis fully embraced the video era, far exceeding any of their contemporaries. I simply wish this collection was in chronological order. I could have also done without the inclusion of the post-Phil Collins era. Albeit, of the three videos, "Congo" had a nice ring to it. If you are a fan of the commercial Genesis, then this collection is sure to please. If you are a fan of Peter Gabriel, you will be sorely disappointed, since only one video (1999 version of Carpet Crawlers) had been included. I much prefer Gabriel's solo career anyhow! LOL!


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