|I Can't Dance|
|Produced by Genesis and Nick Davis|
|Released on December 1991|
|UK CHART POSITION #7 . . . US CHART POSITION #7|
|Find it at GEMM|
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Y es, this does come in a “Sex Mix,” although I’m assuming the title is tongue in cheek (noting that those are three words I didn’t expect to use in the same sentence for a Genesis review). I can’t really knock “I Can’t Dance” since it does grow on you after a while, like ear hair I suppose. As a bonus, the single included a nonalbum leftover, “On The Shoreline,” which is pretty tasty as latter-day Genesis leftovers go (i.e., you’d rather hear this than “I’d Rather Be You”). On the CD single, immaculate live versions of “In Too Deep” and “That’s All” are included for anyone inclined to take a trip down memory lane. And then there’s the nasty business of that “Sex Mix,” which re-casts the middle-aged man’s lament into a club track. In other words, the “I Can’t Dance (But You’re Welcome To Try)” mix.
Nick Davis -- engineer, mixing
Geiff Callingham -- engineer (3,4)
Icon -- design
Felicity Roma Bowers -- illustration
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|GER||1992||Virgin||7"||115 091||picture sleeve|
|JPN||1992||Virgin||CDSPRO||VJDP-10184||see US CDS promo listing|
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