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« Reply #15 on: December 01, 2012, 12:51:41 am »

Guitarist Hackett had become increasingly disenchanted with the band by the time of Wind & Wuthering's release,[18] and he felt confined. He was the first member of the band to record a solo album, 1975's Voyage of the Acolyte, and greatly enjoyed the feelings of control over the recording process that working within a group could not provide. Hackett had asked that a quarter of Wind & Wuthering be allocated to Hackett's songs, which Collins described as "a dumb way to work in a band context".[29] While Hackett was given songwriting credits on the instrumental track "Unquiet Slumbers for the Sleepers..."/"...In That Quiet Earth" , the Hackett/Collins "Blood on the Rooftops" was never performed live, and his song "Please Don't Touch" (which appeared as the title track to his 1978 solo album) was rejected by the rest of the band, who opted for the shorter and catchier instrumental "Wot Gorilla?" which closes Side 1. Hackett left the band following the release of the 1977 Spot the Pigeon EP while the band were mixing the live album Seconds Out, which was recorded during the 1976 and 1977 tours.
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