Orbited insanitarium wrote:
And Then They Were Three is such an eclectic album.
"Snowbound" is my unofficial Crimbo tune that no one's heard of.
Enthral the kids this festive season with a story of a man frozen overnight in the snow. Death from sub-zero temperatures is fun for all the family.
Not to mention "Say it's alright Joe" what a collins-era masterpiece. Hardly gets a mention.
It's nice to see someone supporting the most forgotten about Genesis album. Snowbound is a beautiful and wistful art rock ballad that I could have sworn might have influenced Radiohead ballad The Tourist with it's "Hey man slow down" chorus.
Burning Rope possesses an extremely wonderful chorus that matches the beauty of Snowbound.
And honestly, I even dig Follow You Follow Me. Listen to that analog synth solo from Tony and tell me its not beautiful.
Definitely a sleeper album but I'm biased since they were my first favorite band.
Warning: This numerology post is not to be taken 2 seriously.