Editors’ Notes By the mid-'80s, it was hard to distinguish a Genesis record from a Phil Collins solo cut. Invisible Touch was released just a year after Collins' blockbuster No Jacket Required, and it plays like a sequel to that pop-rock classic. From the political "Land of Confusion" to the romantic ballad "In Too Deep" to the chart-topping pop of the title track, the album is packed with big hooks and glistening production—making for the most accessible and commercial distillation of Genesis' art-rock sound.
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
Land of Confusion
In Too Deep
Anything She Does
Throwing It All Away
8 Songs, 46 Minutes
June 1, 1986
℗ 2007 Philip Collins Limited, Anthony Banks Limited, Michael Rutherford Limited under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
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