Good news for Genesis fans - check out the latest news on the official webstie. As you'll see, the 5.1 remix of Nursery Cryme is complete, and work on Foxtrot (which of course contains Supper's Ready) is about to start. Apparently Nursery Cryme was relatively straightforward to do because of the relatively low number of tracks used. I wonder if this is why this was the first one chosen after Lamb? I.e. to ease into a long-term project. There is also some very enticing news that a cataloguing of what appears to be a truly vast collection of soundboard tapes of concerts is underway. As anyone who has ever heard the numerous bootlegs available out there, Seconds Out and Three Sides Live are a pale imitation of what are arguably Genesis's best live performances. We can only wait and see whether this cataloguing turns into a tangible product. If the project comes to fruition, I do hope it isn't going to be like the Queen download service, which is an excellent idea in principle, but really doesn't cut the mustard. Why not a subscription service, where for a nominal fee (to cover costs and any profit to go to charity), you get a disc per month?