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Atlantic 75 Historic Reissue Series from Analogue Productions!
Certified multi-platinum-selling in several countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, Genesis' album Abacab, released in 1981, marked the band's move from their progressive music roots to more accessible and pop-oriented songs.
Genesis released four singles from the album, the most successful being "Abacab" and "No Reply at All," together with "Man on the Corner." Extensive radio play helped boost the album's commercial success.
The album was engineered by Hugh Padgham, known for his work with other successful artists like Phil Collins and The Police. His production techniques, including the gated reverb drum sound, contributed to the album's modern and radio-friendly sound.
In November 1980 the band bought Fisher Lane Farm, a farmhouse with an adjoining cowshed near Chiddingfold, Surrey, as their new private rehearsal and recording facility. In the process of remodelling the building into a studio, the trio reconvened in the farm house to write and rehearse new material, which initially took place in the living room, and they started recording Abacab in March 1981 once the studio was operational. It was the first Genesis album recorded in England since A Trick of the Tail (1976).
This is the definitive deluxe 180-gram 45 RPM 2LP Analogue Productions (Atlantic Series) reissue of the classic Abacab. A sonic gift for all true Genesis fans!
The 75th Anniversary of Atlantic Records
"75 for 75" is a series of 75 vinyl releases from Atlantic Records' storied catalog to celebrate the label's 75th Anniversary. This great label includes some of the best artists and records of all time.
- Atlantic 75 Series
- 180g Vinyl
- Double LP
- Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
- Tip-On Old Style Gatefold Jacket by Stoughton Printing
- No Reply at All
- Me and Sarah Jane
- Keep It Dark
- Who Dunnit?
- Man on the Corner
- LIke It or Not
- Another Record