In Hiding - Genesis - From Genesis To Revelation (CD, Album)
Label: Imperial Records (13) - TECI-20149 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
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8 thoughts on “ In Hiding - Genesis - From Genesis To Revelation (CD, Album) ”
Genesis's debut is held by many as a strange creature not worthy of belonging to the mighty Genesis Catalog. I beg to differ. As a Genesis fan for nearly 30 years and considering them the greatest band to ever grace my music shelf, I must say that I absolutely love 'From Genesis to Revelation'/5(23).
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of From Genesis To Revelation on Discogs. Label: Edsel Records - MEDCD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Stereo CD Compilation, Mono All Media Deluxe Edition • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • /5(23).
Sadly, it doesn't have the original Decca label on the disc. Instead the disc label is gold with the album title printed in black, the same font style as on the cover. I've never seen an original pressing of From Genesis to Revelation, but I doubt that this is a faithful reproduction of the original release/5(8).
"From Genesis to Revelation" is an album that is overlooked even by members of Genesis, and it is not hard to see why. This here sounds more like a proto-prog album from those produced in 60´s years (Moody Blues come to mind) than a real wonderful album of this band/5().
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In Hiding: One Day: Window: In Limbo: Silent Sun: A Place To Call My Own: Credits (12) Lew Warburton Arranged By. Brian Roberts (2) Engineer. referencing From Genesis To Revelation, CD, Album, 2. Best sound so far for this gem. Even better than London CD. Reply Notify me Helpful.
From Genesis To Revelation is a dud, and a sour start to a long and illustrious career. While the album isn't horrible, there are few redeeming values, and not just because it's not the Genesis that most are familiar with, be it their prog era or pop era.
Notes Tracks 3 to 15 are the original album released by Decca, March Tracks 1, 2, 16, 17 were the first two Genesis singles. Track "Original demo recording never previously released in 3/5(2).