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WIN! A 3CD Genesis “R-Kive” set

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We have three copies of the new Genesis R-Kive 3CD set to give away to SuperDeluxeEdition newsletter subscribers.

Released just last week, this new compilation features over four hours of music from Genesis, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Mike + The Mechanics, Tony Banks and Steve Hackett. Full details and track listings can be found here. Three people will be randomly selected and will win a copy each

How to Enter:
This competition is open to all until 12 noon (UTC/GMT) on the 15 October 2014. To be in with a chance of winning simply:

  • 1. Subscribe to the weekly SuperDeluxeEdition newsletter – click here.
  • 2. Leave a comment on this post (why not tell us your favourite Genesis track?).

If you already subscribe to our newsletter, then just leave a comment. The winners will be picked at random on Wed 15 October 2014 and revealed via the newsletter on Sunday 19 October 2014. Good luck!

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daprtapr

I love the “In the Cage” medley from “Three Sides Live”

KaiLi

I won’t say you’re no son of mine just because we can’t dance. That’s all tonight, tonight, tonight, mama!

DJBenW

Hold On My Heart

Matthias

White Mountain!

Bob G

Maybe not too late…please

Kees de Baat

It’s difficult to choice one track. Seven Stones from Nursery Cryme.

Solo Tony Banks featuring Toyah: Lion Of Symmetry

steve anderson

‘supper’s ready’

pink floyd

throwing it all away

Ian

Dancing with the moonlit knight for me.

Anatoly

Invisible Touch!
yeah!!!!
hi from Russia!

Alex

would be a great compilation to have-count me in!
favourite tracl? that’s hard..hm -silver rainbow!
favourite album- a trick of the tail, sooo fine!

Mark Cossey

My favourite Genesis track would have to be “Blood On The Rooftops” from Wind and Wuthering. What emotion and atmosphere!!

marcel

favorite track: home by the sea

John

“Suppers Ready”….25 minutes of genius, madness, hilarity, musical virtuosity which just sums up the Gabriel era perfectly.

Matt

Mama

Stefano Dalmonte

The whole “Selling Enland by the Pound” album. Awesome!!!

Dagny

Thanks for the comp.
My fave Genesis track today is Abacab!

Andrew Basey

I know what I like..(In your wardrobe)

Simon

Mama. The 12″ extended is awesome!

Chris Brown (but not that one, obv)

I’m going to try and be individual and say ‘Keep It Dark’.

paul griffiths

the brazilian

Greg

I would be GR8 2 win R-Kive

Guy

Woohoo!

Tom

The Carpet Crawlers

Merv Williams

Can-Utility and the Coastliners is still my fave Genesis song.

JDV

Gabriel Era: The Musical Box
Post-Gabriel: Afterglow
(Have Genesis fans invented any nice acronyms to describe band periods?)

Steven Berg

Duke’s Travels, from the perfect album Duke

Eddie J. Mosquera

Favorite track is Supper’s Ready

Philip

Always go back to Supper’s Ready, one of the archetypal prog songs.

Richard Miller

I’m not too convinced we need another Genesis greatest hits compilation especially if you own all the studio and live CD box sets as I do, plus, don’t forget The Platinum Collection which was an excellent reverse chronological 3CD set, however, for those that didn’t know Genesis as a five piece, this is an interesting collection as it also features solo projects from all five members as well. Can anyone honestly say that they have a “favorite” track when there’s such a huge back catalogue?

Saying all that, Suppers Ready has to be one of their best tunes, plus some of the more obscure and lesser known songs such as Get ‘Em Out By Friday, The Fountain Of Salmacis, Dancing With The Moonlight Knight & finally Looking For Someone are definitely in my top 10.

F. Nieuwenhuis

My favourite track: Land of confusion. And they should re-release it as World of confusion.

Thomas Casagranda

Definitely Supper’s Ready; great track. And from a golden era of King Crimson, Floyd, and Jethro Tull.

Sylvain

For me it’s The Musical Box.

jim

I am still partial to the title track ABACAB (which they rehearsed but then decided not to play on their reunion tour 7 years ago – I am still bitter!)

John. Murray

Land of Confusion !

bob

Follow you Follow me.

Alexander

…this time I´d vote für “Wot Gorilla?” – What a catchy impressive instrumental!

Rene

“No Son Of Mine”: after years of hobbying in the basement, in 1991 I got my first real radiojob at a local radiostation. The Genesis-album “We Can’t Dance” just came out and we played the first single “No Son Of Mine” a lot. A LOT. Now, more than twenty years later (and being a professional radio-DJ) I still get shivers down my spine every time I hear the famous “ping pong-tennis” intro. I takes me back to those great and unforgettable days of the beginning (= Genesis!) of my career… Love the song…

Rich

Turn It On Again is my favourite track.

Keith Lambert

I Know What I Like.
Great childhood memories of a bygone age!

Johan Erikson

Possibly the best band ever! Favourite tracks: Firth of Fifth, Supper´s ready, Eleventh Earl of Mar, Domino

Tommy Christiansen

Certainly a record that will be on my wishlist.
Favorite track, one among several, is Home By The Sea.

Btw, the link to commenting leads to a Deep Purple-release.

Rick Ramos

Heathaze. Am I alone in this world?

Ruud

Afterglow (Phil, Mike, Tony and Steve at their best)

Dan

Currently it’s ‘Can-Utility and the Coastliners’ from Foxtrot, in my opinion, probably the greatest album in the history of popular music. Almost certainly my favourite album (from a collection currently of nearly 3,000 CDs)
For me, when Phil Collins left his drum kit, the rot set in. Still hugely professional with a still unique sound, but the whole sound changed (for the worse). Not that there weren’t some songs of artistic merit, but strictly the group should have changed their name.

Kai

Gabriel era: The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, Collins era: Home By The Sea.

Steve Long

Return Of the Giant Hogweed

John

Home by the Sea for me. Was never a big Genesis fan until this.

David

The whole of Selling England.

Paul rodford

Turn it on again