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"From Genesis to Revelation" - best CD version?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by RaulR, Sep 14, 2002.

  1. RaulR

    RaulR Stunt Coordinator

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    This question is for all early Genesis fans out there: Which CD of FGtR is the best one in terms of sound quality? I suspect it's the DCC remaster by Steve Hoffman, but does anyone have any other ideas? And whichever you recommend, do you also know where's the cheapest site to order it from? Thanks.
     
  2. Vickie_M

    Vickie_M Producer

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    I can't help you, I only have one CD called "When the Sour Turns to Sweet" that has the b-side tracks on it too, but your post reminded me that I used to collect releases of that album on LP. I started with the original American and British releases (not bought at the time-I didn't get into Genesis until 1973), and then over the years kept picking up other releases. That thing must have been public domain, or else I had a bunch of bootlegs. At one time I must've had over 20 of them! I finally came to my senses and got rid of most of them before a big cross-state move. I kept a handful, the two originals and a few more with particularly cool covers.

    It's a fascinating album, and a must-have for Peter Gabriel/Genesis fans, to see where they came from. They had talent right from the start.

    "Music, all I hear is music, guaranteed to please..."


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    I just picked up and am currently listening to a 2 CD version of the album that has all the tracks, what I think are B-sides, and an interview. I don't know if it's the best sounding version available, but it's the biggest.
     

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