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The 18 songs collected here were some of the biggest smashes to hit radio and the growing world of music videos in the eighties and beyond. Songs like Land Of Confusion, Invisible Touch, and I Can't Dance made Genesis one of the biggest touring arena bands and made members Tony Banks, Phil Collins, and Mike Rutherford household names.

Disc: 1
1. Turn It On Again
2. No Son Of Mine
3. I Can't Dance
4. Hold On My Heart
5. Jesus He Knows Me
6. Tell Me Why
7. Invisible Touch
8. Land Of Confusion
9. Tonight Tonight Tonight
10. In Too Deep
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Disc: 2
1. Paperlate
2. Keep It Dark
3. Man On the Corner
4. Duchess
5. Misunderstanding
6. Follow You Follow Me
7. Many Too Many
8. Your Own Special Way
9. Afterglow
10. Pigeons
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  • Audio CD (September 11, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B000UYX5E4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,053 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Great remastering though.
Larry Davis
You get a really nice selection of songs... well worth having in your collection of Genesis CD's... I know what I like... and I like this set!!!!
Annette Schiffer
Also, it gives a great sampling of their earlier music focusing on generally at least one song from each album, as well as rare EPs and singles.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on September 10, 2007
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When it comes to classic rock today, it really has made a great comeback to the stage. With great and well-dedicated reunions from British Rock dominating this past year, like The Police, many have really been welcomed to a whole new audience. That also has been the same with the surprise reunion of Genesis, who earlier this year performed during VH1's Rock Honors benefit. Undoubtingly, for Genesis who just saw the success of their Phil Collins' era re-released from Rhino, a celebration of songs came around, with another greatest hits album. This time, its definitely worth turning onto the songs again, with a great reunion tour, and a chance to re-introduce the songs that made them legends.

The 2007 Genesis Turn It On Again The Hits: The Tour Edition expands and improves well from what was left put from the 1999 single disc edition of Turn It On Again. The double album contain 34 great Genesis tracks, spanning the groups three decades of Rock & Pop music. When you hear this collection, you're really reminded of how well Genesis crafted their sounds brilliantly. The collection has been remastered very well, and improves from what was mostly left out from the groups two previous hits records, 1999 Turn It On Again, and the 2005 Platinum Collection. The collection includes all of the tracks from the original Turn It On Again like Invisble Touch, Abacab, Hold On My Heart, and Throwing It All Away. Also, it expands nicely by bringing in a lot of the overlooked songs from before during the groups 70's era like Trick Of The Tail, Your Own Special Way, Counting On Time, and Many Too Many, as well as some of the 80's tracks that were left out before like the haunting Duchess, the upbeat Paperlate, the somber Man On The Corner and No Reply At All.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By akajohnnyx on March 31, 2009
Format: Audio CD
For those of you contemplating whether to purchase the 2-disc Turn It on Again: Tour Edition or the 3-disc Platinum Collection, these are what songs are exclusive to each:

Turn It On Again:
Tell Me Why
No Reply At All
Man On The Corner
Pigeons
Inside And Out
Happy The Man
Congo

Platinum Collection:
Home By the Sea
Second Home By the Sea
Calling All Stations
Behind the Lines
Undertow
In That Quiet Earth
Ripples
Los Endos
Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Firth of Fifth
Cinema Show
Supper's Ready
Musical Box

In my opinion, the Platinum Collection is the better deal, and is the one that I bought.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Larry Davis on September 11, 2007
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Great remastering though. I would say it's a big improvement over both the original "Turn It On Again: The Hits" collection, and the triple "Platinum Collection". If anything, the only glaring ommissions are 1983's #50 charting "Taking It All Too Hard" from the "Shapes" album and the final single from 1991's "We Can't Dance" called "Never A Time", a #21 charter. Sure, it doesn't have the title track from "Lamb" or "Home By The Sea" or "Supper's Ready" or "Behind The Lines", but those are not as glaring as the tunes missing from "The Platinum Collection".

This Tour Edition is a very good hits collection...it has the single versions as well, so it works as a companion piece to the albums and doesn't have too many duplicate versions. PLUS, being it has rare singles and EP tracks like "Paperlate" and "Pigeons" as well, people who don't have the "1976-1982" box, just the deluxe reissues of the 5 albums included, need this too, and won't have to shell out the buckos for that box for those songs.

I also like the fact it finishes with "Congo", their lone hit from their final album, 1997's "Calling All Stations"...if people find that album unnecessary to own (no Phil, instead then-new replacement singer Ray Wilson) and just want that song, there ya go, problem solved...I might be in the minority, but I LOVE "Congo"...it's got a GREAT chorus, cool atmospherics and 3rd world touches...doesn't really sound like GENESIS per se, but I love that new sound they were trying to achieve 10 years ago...Ray sounds like the late great Paul Young (from Mike's sideband Mike & The Mechanics), and the song is sorta Peter Gabriel-ish...so in a way, it does, just in a long-way-around way...

Anyhoo, I'm babbling...this is a great collection, so is that "1976-1982" box (it's really necessary if you're a Genesis fan), and I'm waiting for the next 3 boxes ("1983-1998" and "1968(7)-1975" and "Live 1967-2007").
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Terrence J. Reardon on July 27, 2008
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Genesis' October, 1999 release Turn it On Again - The Hits was re-released in time for the band's 2007 reunion tour in September of 2007.
The two discs in the set contains 34 songs and all but one of the tracks (the 1999 re-do of Carpet Crawlers) are freshly remixed by Genesis engineer Nick Davis, and features close to two and a half hours of music.
It also contains a 16-page booklet with a cool looking collage as well as the song titles and writing credits, what songs came from which albums, pictures of the album covers and thank you's.
Disc 1 is their most recent stuff from 1980 to 1991. We start with the 1980 album Duke's most famous track and this compilation's title cut "Turn It On Again". then we have five tracks from the 1991 US Top 5 album We Can't Dance (No Son of Mine (edited), I Can't Dance, Jesus He Knows Me, Hold on My Heart which were all the big hits from the album and the album cut "Tell Me Why"). Then we have five tracks from 1986's Top 3 album Invisible Touch (the album's chart-topping title cut, Throwing It All Away, Tonight Tonight Tonight(edited), Land of Confusion and In Too Deep all of which were singles). Then there are three tracks from the 1983 Top 10 self-titled effort a/k/a The Shapes Album (the atmospheric "Mama" (here in edited single form with some bits I don't think I ever heard on any version prior to this), the US Top 10 hit "That's All" and Illegal Alien (remixed for this collection)). Then we have two tracks from the first Genesis album to reach the US Top 10 called Abacab (first is the album's title cut (here in single edit form) and then "No Reply at All").
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