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Wind & Wuthering is a studio album by British progressive rock band Genesis, originally released on 27 December 1976 , though the release date is often incorrectly listed as 7 January 1977, which was the US release date.

Wind & Wuthering was the second Genesis studio album featuring Phil Collins as lead vocalist. It was released within a year of A Trick of the Tail. It was also the last full studio album to include guitarist Steve Hackett. The album has… read more



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  • Avatar for Bentwick09
    Ok, the Live-Album Seconds Out with Steve is of course also great...., but then really embarrassing......
  • Avatar for Bentwick09
    The last great Genesis-Studio-Album. The stuff after Wind & Wuthering is - in one word - embarrassing......
  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    On second thought, "All in a Mouse's Night" is better than I remembered it. "Your Own Special Way" is still pretty forgettable though.
  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    The last great Genesis album. The later albums still have moments of greatness, but only moments. I can do without "Your Own Special Way" and "All in a Mouse's Night" though.
  • Avatar for OcellatedGod
    It's not quite a masterpiece like the preceding six albums, but it's still excellent and a fine swan song for the classic era. It's the last Genesis album worth listening to.
  • Avatar for mk741
    A weak album (upon revisiting it). The way Banks' meandering keys smother each track is incredibly annoying, and Collins' hammy vocals don't help. The album needed a major influx of Hackett's guitar/ balls/ life (who was right to jump ship here). Not surprising they'd go full-on schmaltz with And then... after this one.
  • Avatar for OcellatedGod
    lol no
  • Avatar for dr_bun
    I think the kindest thing you can say about this album is that its better than a trick of the tail
  • Avatar for Poisonnation
    It all went downhill after this album.
  • Avatar for OcellatedGod
    Near-masterpiece. And as far as I'm concerned, this is Genesis' swan song.

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