|In Too Deep|
|Produced by Genesis and Hugh Padgham|
|Released on August 1986|
|UK CHART POSITION #19 . . . US CHART POSITION #3|
|Find it at GEMM|
|7-89316 picture sleeve
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K ronomyth 16.1: WE’RE IN IT DEEP NOW. R-r-ratmondian and I are shivering in our capsule, two flies in an ice cube, floating in the deep space between Genesis albums. Everything here under the binary star of Philesis is flash-frozen and pristinely preserved; music made for time capsules. A video archive shows that the once-warm citizens had adapted well to the cold, sterile environment. Everybody looks like Don Johnson, nobody looks like they’re having fun. The second single from the invisible world was originally neurotic on the back side, later the light but unlucky “I’d Rather Be You.” The latter is the better, an actual song, that might have been... oh, never mind, Ratmondian, it’s only so-so, and I’m soooo in the mood for So instead.
TONY BANKS --
PHIL COLLINS --
MIKE RUTHERFORD --
Hugh padgham -- engineer
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||August 1986||Virgin||7"/12/12PIC||GENS 2/GENS/GENSY 2-12||picture sleeve, avail. as picture disc|
|US||April 1987||Atlantic||7"||7-89316||picture sleeve|
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