Back when the original Genesis split (or rather Gabriel left) I struggled with any album post-Gabriel except for Trick of The Tail, which I still love, mainly for Dance on A Volcano, Entangled, Squonk and Ripples.
Wind and Wuthering had brief moments, but ....And the there were Three was the end of it for me. Initially I thought Duke was more of the same, but listening to again over the last year or so, it is much better than I remembered.
It's not, nor ever will be, Lamb Lies Down or Selling England by The Pound, but it's pretty good and certainly the (second) best after Gabriel left.
Oh, and Seconds Out is great too.....