Calling All Stations, released in '97, teamed Banks and Rutherford with vocalist Ray Wilson for an album that evokes Genesis' progressive roots as a band. Highlights include the hit single “Congo,” and DVD extras include a trio of videos, the album's electronic press kit and live performances recorded in Germany and Poland.
Live Over Europe is the new two-disc set capturing Genesis on their outstanding 2007 European tour. For the first time in fifteen years Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, and Tony Banks reunited to form the renowned line-up from Genesis’ most successful era. Live Over Europe brings 21 classic and fan-favorite songs to life for long time fans and a whole new generation discovering the legendary band for the first time.
GENESIS 1983-1998 spotlights the band's “power trio years,” during which time Phil Collins also became a solo superstar. The box encompasses two-disc, CD/DVD editions of four classic albums - three with Collins - plus one rarities compilation: Genesis, Invisible Touch, We Can't Dance, Calling All Stations and Extra Tracks 1983-1998. Each of the four remastered CD/DVD album reissues are also available individually, but Extra Tracks is only available as part of the ten-disc GENESIS 1983-1998.
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