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The 10 Weirdest Genesis Songs
Prog band painted plenty of bizarre pictures, from "Slippermen" to giant, human-hating hogweed.
Yes Solo Albums Ranked Worst to Best
From failed pop experiments to symphonic prog masterpieces.
Top 25 American Classic Rock Bands of the ’60s
The '60s are often thought of as the decade when the Brits dominated rock, but there was still plenty to love in the U.S.
Final Albums: 41 of Rock’s Most Memorable Farewells
From 'Abbey Road' and 'Icky Thump' to 'Goodbye' and 'Everything Must Go.'
Rock’s Best Summer Soundtrack Songs
When blockbuster films meet blockbuster songs — from 'Eye of the Tiger' to 'The Lion King'
The 10 Weirdest Rush Songs
From the pseudo-Asian sounds of "Tai Shan" to the jokey rapping on "Roll the Bones."
The 10 Heaviest Rush Songs
From the early Zeppelin-isms of "What You're Doing" to the grunge-y attack of "Stick It Out."
The 10 Heaviest Pink Floyd Songs
From the 7/4 grind of "Money" to the bluesy thrust of "Young Lust."
All 180 Genesis Songs, Ranked Worst to Best
From "Mama" to "No Son of Mine," from "Firth of Fifth" to "Eleventh Earl of Mar."
45 Years Ago: Genesis Crashes Top 40 With ‘Follow You Follow Me’
"It’s an up, happy song that makes you smile without being sweet," Mike Rutherford said of the 1978 single.
50 Years Ago: Genesis Goes Sci-Fi Prog in ‘Watcher of the Skies’
Band scaled back epic 'Foxtrot' track for shorter single version.
Genesis, ‘BBC Broadcasts': Album Review
This multidisc set marks a new apex of the prog-pop band's live catalog.