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Eric Ericson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
In Short, This IS The Abacab Remaster To Own!
Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2018
One of the reasons why I held off on buying this 2007 remaster is because many listeners said the remix treatment of it really messed up this album & many people complained about it''s sound now. In fact, I rebought the 1994 remaster a few months ago, but again it sounded... See more
One of the reasons why I held off on buying this 2007 remaster is because many listeners said the remix treatment of it really messed up this album & many people complained about it''s sound now. In fact, I rebought the 1994 remaster a few months ago, but again it sounded like it could still use some modern workover. In short though, those previous complainers are mad, Abacab in this 2007 form sounds absolutely incredible. Maybe not as sonically improved as say " Duke ", but comes awfully close. I think the reason why so many fans cried foul is the fact this is probably Genesis'' most popular and over-all heard album and any difference would make the purists angry. It''s a great album, even "Who Dunnit?" grabs you after awhile. The remaster really, really brightens the sound, and the bass guitar is very audible now. A must listen.
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Caymanlou
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Albums of the 1980''s
Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2020
One of the first albums Americans came to know the band Genesis by. Although, they did have several albums before Abacab was released, those typically did not get a lot of air play in the U.S. This was their breakthrough hit album in the States. After the popularity of this... See more
One of the first albums Americans came to know the band Genesis by. Although, they did have several albums before Abacab was released, those typically did not get a lot of air play in the U.S. This was their breakthrough hit album in the States. After the popularity of this album, it prompted many American fans to look at their past works and re-discover the band for the first time, allover again.
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mahler
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Long maligned album
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2018
Mostly, great work-I have no problem with a change of musical presentation! Only three tracks aren''t up to their usual standard; ''Keep it dark'' , ''Who dunnit?'' (They say; ''Please, listen to) ''Another record''!! The rest is great! Good sound on re-mix.
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Stanwell
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
ReMIXED as well as remastered
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2016
It''s ultimately the responsibility of the consumer to do their research before any purchase, so I only have myself to blame for putting this I''m my cart before realizing that this was remixed as well as remastered. All I really wanted was a remastered version of the album I... See more
It''s ultimately the responsibility of the consumer to do their research before any purchase, so I only have myself to blame for putting this I''m my cart before realizing that this was remixed as well as remastered. All I really wanted was a remastered version of the album I had grown to love. I was looking forward to hearing this album in all of its remastered glory and instead was thrown by the changes made for the sake of change. Raising the staccato guitar in tracks, adding delay to a vocal or changing the reverb on a snare for the sake of change makes no sense to me. It''s not an improvement, it''s simply different (and in my opinion less musical). I''ve heard remixed versions of other material that actually works and am open to that option but that''s always subjective. I would have no problem if they tacked on the remixed versions along with the original remastered tracks but being forced to listen to someone''s reinterpretation of a classic album that I as a fan am intimately familiar with only suits the people who are bored with the original material. This is akin to The Video Show release where someone decided it was a good idea to replace the actual audio from the fantastic live version of Man On The Corner (at the Savoy) with the studio track. The Savoy performance of Man on the Corner was brilliant and the only reason why I had picked up the entire Video Show. Just because you can doesn''t mean you should.
Please release a remastered version of this album for the fans who love the original unaltered material. Please don''t pull a "Lucas".
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Terrence J. Reardon
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The album that rightfully made Genesis superstars in the US still classic 25 years on
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2007
Genesis released their eleventh studio album entitled Abacab in September of 1981. The Abacab album was Genesis'' first studio album to be self-produced and was their first collaboration with engineer Hugh Padgham (whom worked with former Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel... See more
Genesis released their eleventh studio album entitled Abacab in September of 1981.
The Abacab album was Genesis'' first studio album to be self-produced and was their first collaboration with engineer Hugh Padgham (whom worked with former Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel and fellow rockers The Police by this point) whom singer/drummer Phil Collins had successfully collaborated with on his US Top 10 Multi-Platinum solo debut entitled Face Value.
Also, during the period between Duke and Abacab, Genesis built their own recording studio The Farm in Surrey, England and Abacab was the first album to be recorded at the band''s own studio.
The album Abacab showcased the band writing all but three songs together as a band which was something they had not done since Peter Gabriel left (they did start the collaborating again as a group idea on 1980''s Duke).
The lone solo songwriting credit for keyboard player Tony Banks on Abacab was the excellent and proggish "Me and Sarah Jane". Also, guitarist and bass player Mike Rutherford had one of his best pieces "Like it or Not". The album also contains Phil''s atmospheric Top 40 hit "Man On the Corner" which its lyric theme predated the concept of Phil''s solo hit "Another Day in Paradise" by eight years about America''s dirty secret, homeless people.
Now for the songs that all three Genesis members wrote together starting with the 7 minute opening Top 40 charting title cut which is an awesome rocker which turns into a killer 3 and a half instrumental jam at song''s end. We follow that with the US Top 30 hit "No Reply at All" which featured the Earth Wind and Fire horn section (who Phil used on his Face Value album that same year). Other highlights are the British hit "Keep it Dark" which is a silly but great song, the seven and a half minute prog-rocker "Dodo"/"Lurker" medley, the silly "Who Dunnit" and the classic finale "Another Record".
The Abacab album turned out to be Genesis'' first US Top 10 album and first Platinum seller for the band. To date, it is over the three million copies sold bracket in the US.
I first bought this CD on a whim in August of 1997 when I bought the remastered edition (my very first Genesis album in fact) and it is hands down one of the best efforts of the three piece era efforts.
Highly recommended!
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Big Z
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
the sound and singing was exceptionally good.
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2018
This CD has been Digitally Re-mastered with a Stereo Mix. This was accomplished in 2007, the sound and singing was exceptionally good.
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J.Park
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I liked it in 1981 and I like it now
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2010
I enjoyed Abacab when it came out (1981), although it was the last studio album released by Genesis in the 1980s that I truly liked. Perhaps the nicest thing about Abacab is the high energy levels and generally friendly nature of the music. This album was/is a lot of... See more
I enjoyed Abacab when it came out (1981), although it was the last studio album released by Genesis in the 1980s that I truly liked. Perhaps the nicest thing about Abacab is the high energy levels and generally friendly nature of the music. This album was/is a lot of fun.

Musically, the classic Genesis sound is still there thanks to Tony Banks, but is very stripped back. Phil Collins solo work had also started to creep in and his influence was generally a bit stronger (especially on No Reply at All which features the horn section from Earth, Wind and Fire). Other influences include New Wave; especially groups like the Police. Admittedly, while the repetitious Who Dunnit? is not my favorite Genesis track, it does indicate that they were interested in incorporating (at the time) newer sounds into the progressive rock framework.

Speaking of prog, tunes like Abacab and Dodo/Lurker are just fantastic; there is enough going on in each piece that my interest is maintained. At the other end of the spectrum, the quieter tracks like Man on the Corner and the ballad Like it or Not are also nice too.

With respect to this 1994 remastered "definitive" edition it features a (sepia) photo of the group, the lyrics and very good sound quality. For those of us on a tight budget, I feel that the 1994 definitive editions are quite nice; especially at a used copy price.

All in all, although more streamlined, there is still enough going on here that I liked the album very much. The material still holds up well today - even in spite of the fact that they were working with 1980s styles. Recommended along with And Then There Were Three (1978), Duke (1980) and the live set Three Sides Live (1982).
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John Slights
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''Abacab'' is easily one of the best albums from 1981
Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2008
While many people are really into Genesis'' 1983-1992 poppier material, I prefer this type of Genesis. The 1969-1982 Genesis gave us the best progressive rock of the decade. 1981''s ''Abacab,'' in my opinion, is the last truly great Genesis album before they became "Phil... See more
While many people are really into Genesis'' 1983-1992 poppier material, I prefer this type of Genesis. The 1969-1982 Genesis gave us the best progressive rock of the decade. 1981''s ''Abacab,'' in my opinion, is the last truly great Genesis album before they became "Phil Collins'' band."

Okay, I''ll admit it. I am not a big Phil Collins listener (solo career, that is). Sure, he is a heck of a drummer and has an incredible voice, but I wasn''t crazy about Genesis as the ''80s progressed. I think the next three Genesis albums (''Genesis,'' 1983; ''Invisible Touch,'' 1986; ''We Can''t Dance,'' 1991) were Collins solo albums with Rutherford and Banks just playing along.

But back to ''Abacab.'' The 2007 remaster has been long needed. The 1994 remaster contained the edited version of ''Abacab''; this one, fortunately, doesn''t. The remaster is incredible!

While the songs aren''t as good as their previous effort, 1980''s ''Duke,'' they are still incredible! ''Abacab,'' ''Another Record,'' ''Dodo/Lurker,'' ''Man On The Corner,'' ''Like It Or Not'' and ''No Reply At All'' are all crown jewels in Genesis'' catalog.

Overall, if you haven''t bought ''Abacab'' or you have but you want a copy with the full length 7 minute version of the title track, than you are in luck! Forget the ''94 remaster. Throw that copy away. This is the one to own.

Highly recommended for any Genesis fan. This is an essential release, and it belongs in any record collector''s collection!

ENJOY!!!
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Borusa
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mostly good but...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 7, 2021
I came to Genesis late in 1976 with Trick of the Tail ( which I loved) . I had my albums on cassette in those days so the transition to CD-minidisc ,ipod and streaming occurred over three decades. Because I was a late starter I missed out on Peter Gabriel''s vocals for many...See more
I came to Genesis late in 1976 with Trick of the Tail ( which I loved) . I had my albums on cassette in those days so the transition to CD-minidisc ,ipod and streaming occurred over three decades. Because I was a late starter I missed out on Peter Gabriel''s vocals for many years thinking that Phil Collins vocals on Seconds Out were the true versions of those earlier tracks and it took some years before the revelation occurred. So I missed out on the more subversive treatments of some of those earlier songs although of course Phil did a very good job. When Abacab came out I very much liked the title track,Dodo,Me and Sarah Jane and Lonely Man. Listening to the album now I have to say Whodunnit is probably the worst and most irritating track I can imagine them ever doing and brings the album down-certainly won''t be on my playlists. Overall I liked this album but I suppose it marks a period when the distinction between Genesis and Phil Collin''s solo tracks gets blurred.
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Ian Gordon
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
So commercial.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 14, 2020
I used to have this on cassette, so wanted to get the CD so that I could play it in the car. The sound quality is excellent, and there are some great tracks on this CD. Apart from the title track, there are some gems here. My particular favorites are No Reply At All, Keep...See more
I used to have this on cassette, so wanted to get the CD so that I could play it in the car. The sound quality is excellent, and there are some great tracks on this CD. Apart from the title track, there are some gems here. My particular favorites are No Reply At All, Keep It Dark, and Man On The Corner. To be honest, this is probably the last genesis album I like, as they seemed to become too commercial after this. That said, I do like listening to this in the car. It helps when stuck in traffic. Not the best Genesis album, but certainly worth listening to.. I am certainly glad I bought it.
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NIDGE
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Abacab is underated.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 28, 2012
I recently renewed all my Genesis albums from Trespass to Duke and was please with the remastered versions.So then i thought about ABACAB i reluctancy bought it remastered too. Wow, i am glad i did.This album was a change from all the others,but a lot of the old Genesis...See more
I recently renewed all my Genesis albums from Trespass to Duke and was please with the remastered versions.So then i thought about ABACAB i reluctancy bought it remastered too. Wow, i am glad i did.This album was a change from all the others,but a lot of the old Genesis fans thought that enough is enough and left what they thought was a sinking ship.How wrong where they.This remastered sound is superb and is worth buying. The sound is a lot clearer, sharper, the whole album is superb. What else where these old Genesis fans listening to better than this.Abacab,Me and Sarah Jane,Dodo,Man on the Corner,Keep it Dark,Like it or Not.Genesis were the best band ever by miles and their best album to me was the last album i have played last, but this one is underated and i think one of their best.Superb.
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PAUL SMITH
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
GOOD ALBUM
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 18, 2021
I had been brought up in the era of Peter Gabriel with Genesis and after seeing Genesis on the Abacab tour I washed my hands of them. Many years later and listening to it again properly I realise there''s some really good music on here. I still can''t stand ''Who Dunnit?'' and...See more
I had been brought up in the era of Peter Gabriel with Genesis and after seeing Genesis on the Abacab tour I washed my hands of them. Many years later and listening to it again properly I realise there''s some really good music on here. I still can''t stand ''Who Dunnit?'' and the last two tracks are fairly average but apart from that this is a really strong album.
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R. D. Mayles
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One of the best.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 10, 2019
I had this album originally, now replaced it on cd. It is wonderful and so varied. Moved to buy it after reading Phil Collins autobiography another great purchase.
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