Sleeve notes provided by Jeremy Clarkson and David Baddiel
Genesis are to reissue five of their early albums as a new box set, “Genesis: The Beginning, 1970-1975”.
The release, out on November 10, is also set to include a bonus disc of rarities from the period.
The albums included in the box set are “Trespass”/strong> (1970), “Nursery Cryme” (1971), “Foxtrot” (1972), “Selling England By The Pound” (1973) and double-album “The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway” (1974).
“Extra Tracks 1970-1975” features tracks such as “Happy The Man” and “Twilight Alehouse”, as well as a VH1 special on the band from 1967-75.
Sleeve notes for the releases are provided by personalities such as Jeremy Clarkson on “Selling England By The Pound”, David Baddiel on “Nursery Cryme” and Roger Taylor on “Foxtrot”.
The box set is released on SACD/CD hybrid and DVD Dual Disc, and includes new stereo mixes and 5.1 mixes alongside DVD footage.
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