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Double vinyl LP pressing. Calling All Stations is the fifteenth and final studio album by Genesis. Released on 1 September 1997, the album was recorded following the departure of longtime drummer/vocalist Phil Collins from the band in 1996, leaving only keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist/bassist Mike Rutherford from earlier incarnations of the band. Ray Wilson joined the band as lead vocalist for this album. Of the three singles excerpted from the album, only "Congo" broke the top 40 in the UK. Calling All Stations reached #2 in the UK, and reached #54 on the Billboard 200 and remained 5 weeks on the chart.
Double vinyl LP pressing. Calling All Stations is the fifteenth and final studio album by Genesis. Released on 1 September 1997, the album was recorded following the departure of longtime drummer/vocalist Phil Collins from the band in 1996, leaving only keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist/bassist Mike Rutherford from earlier incarnations of the band. Ray Wilson joined the band as lead vocalist for this album. Of the three singles excerpted from the album, only "Congo" broke the top 40 in the UK. Calling All Stations reached #2 in the UK, and reached #54 on the Billboard 200 and remained 5 weeks on the chart.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ATL
Rel. Date: 10/05/2018
UPC: 081227941710

Calling All Stations (1997)
Artist: Genesis
Format: Vinyl
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Double vinyl LP pressing. Calling All Stations is the fifteenth and final studio album by Genesis. Released on 1 September 1997, the album was recorded following the departure of longtime drummer/vocalist Phil Collins from the band in 1996, leaving only keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist/bassist Mike Rutherford from earlier incarnations of the band. Ray Wilson joined the band as lead vocalist for this album. Of the three singles excerpted from the album, only "Congo" broke the top 40 in the UK. Calling All Stations reached #2 in the UK, and reached #54 on the Billboard 200 and remained 5 weeks on the chart.
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