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Genesis Ranked (cuz No One Ever Did That)

Selling England By the Pound

Every track is perfect here. No one can disagree this is their absolute album and a major contender for an eventual all-time best prog album contest. 5/5
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

This one contains a lot of the band's best moments and is one of the best concept albums ever imo, and so I have nothing more to say. 5/5
A Trick of the Tail

I know this is not everyone's opinion but I really feel this album is one of their strongest. They proved they could do something as good as their previous albums without the help of Gabriel. A Trick of the Tale comes back with a similar sound to Selling England, which is awesome, and feels slightly softer and has simpler song structures. 4.5/5

Supper's Ready is their best song, but, even though all the other ones are incredibly awesome too, only few of them are Selling England-quality. 4.5/5
Nursery Cryme

Their first masterpiece and basically Foxtrot without Supper's Ready. 4/5

Still an awesome album, this sees the band solidifying their prog sound and contains some great moments nonetheless. 3.5/5
7 Genesis
Winds and Wuthering

Genesis saying a last goodbye to prog. It still contains great moments and cool stuff, but oscillates too much between prog and soft rock. No incredible standouts here, except maybe for Afterglow, which is simply beautiful. 3.5/5

I would've never thought I'd like one of Genesis' pop albums, but Duke is actually pretty good. The band still had some creativity left on this one and And Then They Were Three. Surprisingly 3.5/5
9 Genesis
And Then They Were Three

Well, the music is so not bad in itself, but it's more the disappointment this album brings that makes it drop to a very low 3.5/5

This artwork is awful. Mama is actually a good (?) song, but I don't even think I remember any other one. All I remember is it was still better than most of their other pop albums. 3/5
From Genesis to Revelation

Not great, still better than half of their discog. 3/5
Invisible Touch

oooh yeah Invisible Touch is so catchy I fucking have this chorus in my head 24/7 I want to kill myself. 2.75/5

Had to re-jam this one because I had forgotten what it actually was. It's not even catchy so what's the point of it? 2/5
We Can't Dance

The cover is the only good thing of this album. 1.5/5
Calling All Stations

I seriously wonder what Peter Gabriel thinks of this album...
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