Face Value Deluxe Edition2CD #ad - The 2-cd version features the remastered album and the additional content.
No Jacket Required Deluxe Edition 2CDRhino Records #ad - Released in 1985, and numerous other countries all over the world on a journey that would result in three Grammy® Awards for Best Album, Male, Best Pop Vocal Performance, Collins' third album No Jacket Required topped the charts in the UK, US, and Producer of the Year for Collins and co-producer Hugh Padgham and over 20 million sales.
No Jacket Required Deluxe Edition 2CD #ad - Mixing collins' trademark emotional ballads alongside strong funk and r&b influences, the album's hit singles - "Sussudio, " "One More Night, " "Don't Lose My Number, " and "Take Me Home" - would also become staples of his live set in the years that followed. Remastered by nick davis, who earned a grammy nomination for Best Surround Sound album for his work on the Genesis '1970-1975' box set.
Available as 2-cD which features the remastered album and the additional content.
Hello, I Must Be Going Deluxe Edition 2CDRhino Records #ad - Hello, i must be going! itself peaked at #2, and Collins would soon earn his first Grammy® and Brit Award nominations. Available as 2-cD which features the remastered album and the additional content. By contrast, the album's biggest hit was collins' upbeat interpretation of The Supremes' "You Can't Hurry Love, " which became his first solo #1 single.
Hello, I Must Be Going Deluxe Edition 2CD #ad - Initially released in 1982, collins' second album hello, i must be going! focused on a more organically produced sound than his debut, with lyrics on tracks such as "I Don't Care Anymore" and "Thru These Walls" providing a darker thematic core.
...But Seriously Deluxe Edition 2CDRhino Records #ad - Entirely curated and compiled by collins himself, his idea for the concept is to examine how his songs have evolved over time, with the majority of the additional content throughout the series focused on live versions of the tracks. Internationally, the album scored #1 chart positions all over the globe including a four-week spell atop the Billboard 200
This is one of the last releases in Collins' "Take A Look At Me Now" series. Originally released in December 1989, ". But seriously" features many of Phil Collins' biggest hits and was one of the era's biggest selling albums. In the uk, it spent a total of 15 weeks at #1 during an extended run of almost a year in the Top 10 en route to becoming the biggest selling album of 1990
The album campaign culminated with his fourth and fifth BRIT Awards for British Single Another Day in Paradise and British Male. By contrasting the original studio versions of the material with later performances, the series demonstrates how Collins' songs take on a life of their own once they're freed from the confines of the studio.
...But Seriously Deluxe Edition 2CD #ad - Each album in the series has been remastered by Grammy-nominated Nick Davis. Each album features a bold artwork concept in which Collins has recreated his poses from the original album covers with new photography that was shot in the present day. This will be released as a 2cd set, with the first disc being the original album remastered and the second disc compiling an array of demos, live recordings and S-sides from its parent album.
No Jacket RequiredVirgin Records MSE114152 #ad - Phil collins - no Jacket Required - CD.
GenesisAtlantic #ad - Genesis #ad - 1983 self titled album by legendary rockers Genesis. Genesis- Genesis.
Both Sides Deluxe Edition2CDRhino Records #ad - Both Sides Deluxe Edition2CD #ad - Shrink-wrapped. Genesis- Genesis. 1993's both sides shares a similarly introspective atmosphere to Face Value, and features the Top 10 hit "Both Sides of the Story" as well as further singles "Everyday" and "We Wait And We Wonder. The 2-cd features the remastered album and the additional content.
Genesis - Invisible TouchEmi Europe Generic #ad - Digitally remastered edition of this classic 1986 album from one of Rock's most successful bands featuring new stereo mixes of all tracks. Shrink-wrapped. From their progressive rock beginnings to their commercial superstardom, Genesis created some of the most challenging, creative and rewarding albums of their generation.
Genesis - Invisible Touch #ad - Genesis- Genesis. This edition allows the listener to experience the album as never before! Eight tracks including 'Land of Confusion', 'In Too Deep', 'Tonight Tonight Tonight' and 'Invisible Touch'. Shrink-wrapped. Emi. 2009.
The Singles 2CDRhino Records #ad - The Singles 2CD #ad - Shrink-wrapped. Phil collins - singles - Double Cd Genesis- Genesis. Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped.
Testify Deluxe Edition 2CDRhino Records #ad - Genesis- Genesis. Shrink-wrapped. The album's lead single, an interpretation of leo Sayer's "I Can't Stop Loving You" demonstrated Collins' continuing ability to create hits, as it topped Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. Available as a 2-CD which features the remastered album and the additional content.
Remastered by nick davis, who earned a grammy nomination for Best Surround Sound album for his work on the Genesis '1970-1975' box set. Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. Perhaps his most low-key and reflective work, as demonstrated with "This Love This Heart" and "You Touch My Heart, " Testify nonetheless moves confidently into other territory with the escalating beats and rhythms of "Driving Me Crazy" and the gospel-tinged title track.
AbacabAtlantic #ad - Shrink-wrapped. However, the hit factory that was genesis in the mid- to late-1980s was operating full steam ahead, by 1983's eponymous follow-up, and the angel Gabriel's spectre had all but vanished. Then, there were truly only three. Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. Genesis- Abacab. Phil collins might be swinging away the late '90s, from his first solo offering to this, but in 1981 he was sharpening his pop chops, the first Genesis album to break the hallowed million-copy mark stateside.
Abacab #ad - Bob michaels Genesis- Genesis. But abacab wasn't entirely about charting top 40 singles "no reply at all, " "man on the Corner, " and the title track; it still exhibited some late-stage evidence of a trio courting the art-rock muse that had graced its past "Who Dunnit, " "Dodo, " "Keep It Dark".