This is the ultimate review of the music of Genesis on record, on film and in performance.Drawn from rare concert footage, interviews with the band and critics, this is the definitive review of the phenomenon that is Genesis. Featuring extensive archive performances from around the world, highlighting the journey from the progressive art-rock days of Peter Gabriel to the stadium commercial successes of the Phil Collins era.Featuring highlights from: I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe), Stagnation, The Knife, The Musical Box, Suppers Ready, Dance On A Volcano, In The Cage, Entangled, Afterglow, The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, Deep In The Motherlode, Duchess & Turn It On Again.Genesis started life as a progressive rock band, in the manner of Yes and King Crimson, before a series of membership changes brought about a transformation in their sound, into one of the most successful pop/rock bands of the 1980s and 1990s. In addition, the group has provided a launching pad for the superstardom of members Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins, and star solo careers for members Tony Banks, Michael Rutherford, and Steve Hackett. Their roots go back to 1965 and a pair of rival groups, the Garden Wall and the Anon, formed by students at the Charterhouse School in Godalming, Surrey. They merged, with the result that 15-year-olds Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, and Michael Rutherford joined with 14-year-old Anthony Phillips, calling themselves the New Anon and recording a six-song demo featuring songs primarily written by Rutherford and Phillips.