And Then There Were Three - Genesis

And Then There Were Three


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2007-04-02
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2007 Virgin Records Ltd


Title Artist Time
Down and Out Genesis 5:26 GBP 0.99
Undertow Genesis 4:47 GBP 0.99
Ballad of Big Genesis 4:50 GBP 0.99
Snowbound Genesis 4:31 GBP 0.99
Burning Rope Genesis 7:10 GBP 0.99
Deep In the Motherlode Genesis 5:15 GBP 0.99
Many Too Many Genesis 3:31 GBP 0.99
Scenes from a Night's Dream Genesis 3:29 GBP 0.99
Say It's Alright Joe Genesis 4:21 GBP 0.99
The Lady Lies Genesis 6:08 GBP 0.99
Follow You Follow Me Genesis 4:00 GBP 0.99


  • The second best Genesis album

    By SJW50
    I bought this after I heard Genesis for the first time on Duke. Some fourty years on I still love listening to it. All the songs are great. I think it is the blend of prog rock and a more commercial sound that works. All the songs are of such high quality and accessible, unlike some of their previous albums which have great moments but others that are more dubious. My favourite song is Burning Rope, followed by Ballard of Big and The Lady Lies. The best Genesis album? Seconds Out of course!
  • Buy it!

    By brammers1959
    Without doubt the best album they ever made, i bought it when it was released and still listen to it regularly. They dipped after the Duke album though.
  • Genesis In Transition

    By progrockat59
    The last Genesis album I can live with even though this one opened the doors to a more pop music led genre (Follow you/me)which I guess led to Invisible Touch which I have on my reject list. There is still some real Genesis to be heard here despite the denuded line up. I have bought tracks selectively and see this album as the final one that will ever be in my Genesis collection. I played the black vinyl on my Linn/Naim set up in 78. I am still buying tracks in 2015 so this album has endured.
  • Beyond words

    By Ging gang
    My introduction to, and first vinyl purchase of Genesis in 1978. After this, only Duke and possibly a handful of other songs were worth thinking about. But this album, and going backwards from Wind & Wuthering, Trick, The Lamb, Selling England etc right back to Trespass, is a musical education, memories, sheer class musicianship, and for me, the soundtrack of my life. From the massive opening of Down & Out, the understated beauty of Undertow and Snowbound, and the old prog leanings of Burning Rope, it is a stunner. Some band members don't rate it too highly, particularly Tony Banks. Fair enough, you wrote it. But side 2 is literally a masterpiece. The dark beauty of Deep in the Motherlode, the gorgeous melancholy of Many too Many, the dreamy Scenes From and Say its Allright Joe, to the epic that is the Lady Lies. To see this live is a privelage. Book ended by the pop anthem Follow You, I haven't the words to describe how good this album is. My desert island disc. I recently re bought it again on 180 gram remastered vinyl. Why isn't there a 10 star button.
  • awful

    By lemuel q stoopnagle
    the rot started here following the departure of steve hackett. the finest prog band of all time degenerated into m o r for the american market. they may have earned a lot of money after this but they sold their soul doing it
  • And then there were ....

    By Metal Michelle
    ... Some more great songs. This was my first Genesis album. I was then a member of the church of Yes. But when I heard this album and then all that went before and after I had to switch camps. This still remains the closest Genesis album to my heart though the opening brace of Down And Out and Undertow, the delightful Burning Rope and of course the mini drama of The Lady Lies. This was Genesis reinventing themselves as the 70s drew to a close. Early prog Genesis, latter day stadium rock Genesis, this album and Duke was the watershed. Love it. And would love to hear this album live, one day?
  • awesome transition

    By 21st century man
    this genesis album moves toward a larger less progressive rock orientated audience but is still a masterpiece to equal previous classics.
  • big sound from 3

    By rae rudd
    Although i still find it difficult to rate this album above the eternal progressive classics Trick of the Tail and Wind and Wuthering, it is nothing short of masterful. Mike Rutherfords guitar work is more limited that the genius of Steve Hackett but it works. Tony Banks is clearly much more influential and Phil Collin's vocals are powerful. No epics such as Ripples or Blood on the Rooftops but well produced and one of the last great genesis compositions.
  • One Of The Best

    By UKPPL
    The first Genesis album I ever bought on vinyl and still have it. In my opinion Genesis at their best a superb album all the way through. Sounds a bit dated now but still one of their best.

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