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Land of Confusion (4:46)

"Land of Confusion" is a rock song written by the band Genesis for their 1986 album Invisible Touch. The song was the third track on the album and was the fourth track from the album to become a single, which reached #4 in the US and #14 in the UK in 1987. It made #8 in the Netherlands. The music was written by the band, while the lyrics were written by guitarist Mike Rutherford. The lyrics, further emphasized by the…

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  • I always feel the urge to SCREAM along with the lyrics.... I blame the In Flames version for this.
  • Great song! o/
  • Uuuia used to sing this and changed the Meditation stuff to the beach resort to sing the kindle was in my kind of the babies in
  • It's nice to watch the video on Youtube to spot the celebs. I was 6 when the video was released on MTV and had no idea who most were except for Jackson and Turner. Brilliant video on so many levels.
  • Probably one of their best lyrical efforts, considering the seriousness of the topic. Even today, this song still has relevance...Maybe more so.
  • Mike Rutherford seems like he writes the more serious stuff, but he really is funny.Phil and Mike would crack themselves up as they are very good friends as well as bandmates.An interviewer once asked Mike Rutherford a question, what was the best video they ever made, and mike replied " this one, because we didn't have to be in it."
  • Did coax or uuuia sing this
  • This and Sledgehammer are the best 80's videos of all TIME!

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