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Phil Collins ~ 12`Ers


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  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000002IMF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,316 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By James Daniel Walsh on October 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Okay folks, lets have a little chat. I've read a lot of your reviews of Phil Collins albums, and why some of you would take the time to write such mean spirited trash about this icon is beyond me. His solo career alone is impressive enough, but when you factor in Genesis, his other bands like Brand X and Flaming Youth, as well as the soundtracks and collaberations with other artists, Phil has sold 300 million albums world wide. Apparently someone likes him, or was EVERYONE let down by EVERY single album?

I just bought 12" after years of resisting it. I didn't see the point in buying a CD full of songs I already owned. Listening to it I see how wrong I was. These are Phil songs you could play in any club and get people dancing (assuming they didn't know they were listening to the wrongly hated Phil Collins, of course). Take me Home, Sussudio, Who Said I Would, Don't Lose My Number, One More Night and Only You Know and I know have never sounded better.

I'll admit, Testify was a step down, but Phil has been ahead of me before. I didn't like Both Sides when I listened to it at 13, I wanted fast tunes like Hang in Long Enough. Now at 26 I think of Both Sides as one of his best - a really deep, introspective album. Dance into the Light was pure joy, and older albums like Face Value and Hello, I must be Going are classics.

So why does everyone hate him? They call him sell out. They call him unhip. But I've been to see the man in concert twice, and both time I was a part of a sold out crowd that had a lot of fun listening to tunes we really loved with a guy who really loved us for loving them.

Is Phil's time at the top over? Clearly. Everyone wants the likes of Emenem.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chad DeFeo on August 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In 1988, only three years after the release of his third solo album entitled NO JACKET REQUIRED, Phil Collins released his fourth album entitled 12"ERS (pronounced 12 Inchers). This album contains only six songs from his album NO JACKET REQUIRED. Here's the catch: these six songs are remixed into 12" Remixes. I was shocked to have found this out, but after hearing the album, I realized that I loved it.

TAKE ME HOME

Well, "Take Me Home" was my absolute favorite song from NO JACKET REQUIRED, and this here 12" Remix is just enough proof of that. Excellent 12".

SUSSUDIO

Another great track remixed just perfectly.

WHO SAID I WOULD

The heavy, enegertic, fun-filled sound to this song is what had blown me away the first time around, but a 12" Remix three years later still gives me that blown away feeling. Nothing but a longer feel to this excellent song.

ONLY YOU KNOW AND I KNOW

Another energetic & heavy song that caught my attention, with this 12" Remix to go along with it. 12" Remixes are awesome.

DON'T LOSE MY NUMBER

Great 12" Remix.

ONE MORE NIGHT

This song, although having my approval, is not one of my favorites.

Hmm. What a short review. Anyway, 12"ERS is a great Phil Collins album. I know that is not much, but for the sake of having all of Phil Collins solo albums, buy a copy of this album if you haven't already.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on December 27, 2003
Format: Audio CD
To call this album "No Jacket Required" with echos is simplistic but just about on the mark. These extended versions are busier (and sometimes better) versions of the pure pop gold of No Jacket Required. This man, Phil Collins is a gun, covering everything from ballads (One More Night) to world music-lite (Take Me home) to rock (Don't Lose my Number) to pop (Sussudio) to horny-funky jams (Only You Know and I know) and that's just about the whole album! I can't stop playing these songs, many of which are better (and certainly "busier") than their original No Jacklet Required versions.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Darren S. Wools on October 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
It's interesting to hear this trailer to No Jacket Required. The production value is phenomenal and Phil won producer of the year and album of the year in 1985 for this album. I like when good musicians release extras for the true fans to analyze and enjoy. By this time in his career, phil has confirmed that he is the among the most well rounded musicians and producers in the business. By this time he had worked with clapton, gabriel, plant, bailey, eno, frida, sting, and of course genesis.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lunatic Fringe on February 9, 2001
Format: Audio CD
......is probably one of the most beautiful 80's pop song I know. I've a terribly scratched copy of the excellent 12" on vinyl, this album is an ideal replacment, with some other 12" classics from a very talented artist.
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By General Breadbasket on December 15, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I don't know if they danced to this in the 1980s, 12" mixes of Phil Collins, that's just what comes into my head when I hear it. I quite like the 12" mixes of things I've heard, not that I own any on vinyl, and these have that same excitement and passion for the samples and what the producer has to work with as the other 12" mixes I've heard (Yes, Icehouse, Kate Bush, etc). And nothing against Phil or his album "No Jacket Required", but I think that "Who Said I Would" and "Only You Know And I Know" are improved in their 12" manifestations. The MP3 album is a reasonable price, and if I were the record company I'd release this as a bonus disc with a special remastered and expanded edition of "No Jacket Required".
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