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Genesis – Invisible Touch

Audiophile - (Remastered) - Stereo - Reissue - Deluxe Edition

$89.14

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Weight: 180g
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Record Condition: Mint
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Invisible Touch
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
Land Of Confusion
In Too Deep

Anything She Does
Domino
Throwing It All Away
The Brazilian

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Genesis – Invisible Touch / LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl .

Genesis The Classic Masters. Deluxe Edition, Half Speed Mastering and 2008 Mixes by Nick Davis.

Invisible Touch is the thirteenth studio album by the English rock band Genesis, released on 6 June 1986 by Atlantic Records in the United States and on 9 June 1986 by Charisma/Virgin Records in the United Kingdom. After taking a break in 1984 for each member to continue their solo career, the band reconvened in October 1985 to write and record Invisible Touch with engineer and producer Hugh Padgham. As with their previous album, it was written entirely through group improvisations and no material developed prior to recording was used.

Invisible Touch was a worldwide success and reached No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart and No. 3 on the US Billboard 200. It remains the band’s highest selling album after it was certified multi-platinum for over 1.2 million copies sold in the UK and 6 million sold in the US. Genesis became the first band and foreign act to have five singles from one album reach the top five on the US Billboard Hot 100, with “Invisible Touch” being their first and only song to reach No. 1 on the charts. The album received mixed reviews upon its release and retrospectively, with its more pop-oriented approach and perceived similarities to Collins’ solo work receiving both praise and criticism. In 2007, the album was re-released with new stereo and 5.1 surround sound mixes.
In February 1984, the band completed their 1983–1984 tour in support of their previous album Genesis (1983), which became their biggest selling album at the time of release and spawned the UK top five hit “Mama”. The group followed this with a period of inactivity to allow each member to continue their respective solo careers; Mike Rutherford formed his group Mike + The Mechanics and had success with their debut album, Tony Banks concentrated on film scores and released Soundtracks (1986), and Phil Collins released his third solo album No Jacket Required (1985), which was a major worldwide commercial hit. In the summer of 1985, towards the end of his solo tour, Collins confirmed that Genesis had agreed to start work on a new album that October.[4] This put an end to a false announcement that aired on BBC Radio 1 suggesting the three had split.[9] Rutherford felt that the break affected the group’s musical style: “We had done so much work outside the band, it seemed we had gone through a lot more musical changes, although the development is largely unconscious.”[

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Track List

    Side a
  • Invisible Touch
  • Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
  • Land Of Confusion
  • In Too Deep
    Side b
  • Anything She Does
  • Domino
  • Throwing It All Away
  • The Brazilian

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