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Better with each release,
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This review is from: Tracks from the Alps (Audio CD)
These guys have several discs that are getting harder and harder to come by with each passing year.The Gabriel-era Genesis connections continue in a good way. If anyone wonders what Genesis might have sounded like after "The Lamb" with PG staying on , check out any of this band's discs.
That is the quality that is so great about The Watch. Although one can clearly hear the past influencing their work , it is modern enough to appreciate the true talents of this band.
I sure wish they would tour the United States. I for one would travel several hundred miles to witness them live.
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Initial post: 7 Apr 2014 21:38:06 BDT
Last edited by the author on 7 Apr 2014 21:40:42 BDT
Ged Fazakerley says:
Their advertising 'If anyone wants to know what Genesis would have sounded like' is pathetic. Genesis would not have sounded like this... Have not heard this album yet but the watch attempt constantly to emulate the Genesis zaniness wiithout any of the beautiful construction or imagination. Genesis would not have sounded like these. Its a pathetic sales technique from a second rate band who dont have sufficient ability to do things their own way. But then you are American... and you wouldnt really understand. Not meant in an offensive way but the watch take a very surface level interpretation of Gabriels Genesis (or Genesis with Gabriel rather) and thats the fascia that practically every band from 70's through to the eightie's attempted... including known bands like IQ and Marillion... The watch just lay claim to it... They are a poor cover band at best.
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