Peter Gabriel - So - Review
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critics' view

When Peter Gabriel announced his departure from Genesis in 1975, a two-part prognosis seemed reasonable. Without the flamboyant antics of its frontman — who might perform dressed as a gigantic sunflower one night and a pyramid-headed psychedelic druid the next — Genesis would founder, while Gabriel would soar toward glam-rock status of Bowie-esque proportions.

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