Calling All Stations

Genesis - Calling All Stations
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 48 ratings
1997 Ratings: #362
September 1, 1997 / Release Date
LP / Format
Atlantic, Virgin / Label
Pop Rock / Genres
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Brando
49

So, this is mediocre. This is definitely one of Genesis’s worst albums. By now, I’ve made it clear that Genesis are my favorite artist, band or solo wise, of all time. However, they have made some… not so great records. This is one of them. This is the first and only Genesis album to feature Ray Wilson as a lead vocalist. This is also the last album that they ever made. This album didn’t do well commercially and critically, and it would lead to the band breaking up ... read more

JakerpGuy
18

I could immediately tell from the horrible guitar tones and cheap instrumentation and production on the first track that this was gonna be a shitshow. It was.

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LasagnaZissou
49

LasagnaZissou Review #72

This band has reached new and uncharted levels of lame, those which were previously thought to be impossible. Coming from a band that made some of the most entertaining and consistent progressive rock albums of all time, this is a truly sad closer for the group. At first I had high hopes because Phil Collins had been replaced as vocalists. I began to grow tired of Phil's vocals as the Pop Era of Genesis dragged on and by "Invisible Touch" and "We Can't ... read more

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Track List

  1. Calling All Stations
  2. Congo
  3. Shipwrecked
  4. Alien Afternoon
  5. Not About Us
  6. If That's What You Need
  7. The Dividing Line
  8. Uncertain Weather
  9. Small Talk
  10. There Must Be Some Other Way
  11. One Man's Fool
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Added on: August 23, 2013