Dodo - Genesis - Abacab

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  1. More similar to the progressive rock sound of the Peter Gabriel era Genesis, this was the longest track on Abacab, running The "Dodo" segment refers to the killing of animals for human aggrandizement and the inevitable extinction of species. A dodo is a species of flightless bird that has been extinct for hundreds of years.
  2. Too big to fly, dodo ugly so dodo must die, Doggo with fear on its side, can't change, can't change the tide. Dog baiter, agitator, asking questions, says he wants to know why. Ain't no reason that money can't buy. Mink he pretty so mink he must die, must die, must die. Sun he giving life in .
  3. Oct 10,  · A true masterpiece.I can listen to this album from the beginning to the end without being tired at soul.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfoed melodies,various dynamics and plenty of dexterity from all the members of the band.I consider Tony Banks as one of the most underrated musicians in rock soul.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo is a soul.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo top priority is to play for the band,not for himself and his low profile makes him an icon in my own /5().
  4. Admittedly, while the repetitious Who Dunnit? is not my favorite Genesis track, it does indicate that they were interested in incorporating (at the time) newer sounds into the progressive rock framework. Speaking of prog, tunes like Abacab and Dodo/Lurker are just fantastic; there is enough going on in each piece that my interest is maintained/5.
  5. Nov 08,  · Sega Genesis and the title of this Genesis album Abacab (the code added an additional B to it) is in my opinion MUCH more than a mere coincidence. I /5(K).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the RBYG - Red, Blue, Yellow, Gray Cover Vinyl release of Abacab on Discogs/5(98).
  7. Dodo Lyrics: Too big to fly / Dodo ugly so dodo must die / Dog go, with fear on its side / Can't change, can't change the tide / Dog baiter, agitator / Asking questions, says he wants to know.
  8. "Abacab" is a song by the British rock band Genesis, released on 14 August It was produced by Genesis and distributed in the United States by Atlantic Records and Warner Music Group. The song, written by Tony Banks, Phil Collins, and Mike Rutherford, was featured on Genesis' album of the same name and was a top 10 hit on the British pop chart, where it peaked at No. soul.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo: Progressive rock, electronic rock, new wave.
  9. Oct 16,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Abacab on Discogs/5(23).

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