The Revelation Station
Summary: Reviews of all of Genesis albums in order
In this episode Simon & Gary discuss the very first album that Simon went out and bought with his own money. It's 1972 and Genesis release Foxtrot, their 4th. But there's a do-ins-a-transpiring as the boys disagree over a classic from the Genesis canon. Which track is it? Who likes it and who doesn't? All these questions are answered and more in this episode.
In this episode Gary does his best to avoid talking about Genesis with Simon. He doesn't succeed. The boys discuss the popularity of the band's third LP Nursery Cryme on the continent, find out why Simon ends up wet and what exactly do they think of the addition of Steve Hackett and Phil Collins to the line up? Send any feedback to email@example.com
In this episode! We find out that, although the snow might stop him, nothing gets between Simon and a discussion about Genesis! The boys listen to Trespass, the difficult second album, and Gary discovers that Belgium doesn't just have good taste in beer. If you want to send feedback email firstname.lastname@example.org
50 Years ago a band called Genesis released their first single. Now in 2018, two guys sit down in a pub and discuss the song and the debut album that followed. Gary's never heard it before, Simon's dismissed it as a curio. Will Gary enjoy it? Will Simon change his opinion? What will they be drinking this week? Find out in this bumper first episode of The Revelation Station podcast. Send any feedback to email@example.com
Introductions in real time. Meet the boys as they convene in The Revelation Station pub to discuss the 50th anniversary of Genesis. The series will be an appreciation of each Genesis album in turn, send any feedback or your own thoughts on the albums to firstname.lastname@example.org. But for now, sit back and listen to the prologue.