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The Albums of Genesis
"The progressive rock band Genesis recorded 15 studio albums between 1969 and 1997. This quiz has a question on each of them."
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Genesis recorded their debut album "From Genesis to Revelation" while they were still pupils at which English public school?
The second Genesis album, "Trespass", was released in 1970. The album included which nine minute epic which would go on to become a live favourite?
The third Genesis album, "Nursery Cryme", has a sleeve featuring a young girl brandishing which piece of sporting equipment?
Released in 1972, Genesis' fourth studio album, "Foxtrot", is dominated by which 23-minute track?
Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast
Tea for Two
Released in 1973, "Selling England by the Pound" was the album that saw Genesis finally achieve commercial success in the UK. Which track was released as a single, reaching number 21 in the British charts in the spring of 1974?
Firth of Fifth
The Battle of Epping Forest
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
Dancing with the Moonlit Knight
"The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" was the last Genesis album to feature Peter Gabriel as lead vocalist. What is the name of the New York delinquent whose story is told throughout the album?
"A Trick of the Tail", released in 1976, was the first to feature drummer Phil Collins as lead vocalist. Which track on the album is about a mythological American creature?
The band released a second studio album in 1976, "Wind and Wuthering". It was the last album to feature Steve Hackett on lead guitar. Which track on the album features the lyrics "The Streets of San Francisco, a word from Peking,
the trouble was started by a young Errol Flynn"?
One for the Vine
Your Own Special Way
Blood on the Rooftops
The ninth Genesis album, "...And Then There Were Three...", reflected their diminishing number of band members. Which song on the album provided the band with their first UK top ten single?
Follow You Follow Me
Down and Out
Many Too Many
The tenth Genesis album, "Duke", was the band's first to reach number one in the UK. The album spawned their second UK top ten single; which track was this, that included the lyrics "I can show you, I can show you, some of the people in my life"?
Man of Our Times
Behind the Lines
Turn it on Again
The 1981 Genesis album, "Abacab", contains a track named after which extinct creature?
Released in 1983, the twelfth Genesis album was simply called "Genesis". Which track on the album became their highest charting UK single ever, reaching number four?
Taking It All Too Hard
The 1986 album "Invisible Touch" was commercially the most successful album ever recorded by Genesis. Mostly consisting of short radio-friendly songs, which ten minute track was reminiscent of the old-style Genesis of the 1970s?
There was a five-year hiatus before the 14th Genesis album appeared in 1991. "We Can't Dance", the last album to feature Phil Collins, contained which satirical track about TV evangelists?
Would Jesus Wear a Rolex
Jesus He Knows Me
It's a Sin
Six years after their previous album, Genesis reconvened to release the 1997 album "Calling All Stations". Who was the lead vocalist on this album?
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