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Crista Rodenkirk
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« on: December 01, 2012, 12:41:01 am »

Trespass, which was made from many of the songs the band had written during their earliest live shows, was the template for the band's albums in the 1970s – lengthy, sometimes operatic pieces resembling the style of progressive rock bands such as King Crimson, Yes and Gentle Giant, along with the occasional shorter and more accessible, sometimes humorous, number. Trespass included progressive rock elements such as elaborate arrangements and time signature changes, as in the nine-minute song "The Knife".

Ill health and recurring stage fright caused Phillips to leave the band in the summer of 1970.[9] Phillips would later record many solo albums, sometimes in collaboration with other Genesis members. Phillips's departure traumatised Banks and Rutherford, causing the band to doubt whether it could continue.[10] However, the remaining members decided to carry on, replacing Mayhew with Phil Collins on drums, and Phillips with Steve Hackett, formerly of Quiet World, on guitar in January 1971.
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