Genesis - The Knife Part 1+2 (mega rare) Original from 1971 - 45 rpm Single - 1971/1971

Description
Genesis - The Knife Part 1+2 (mega rare) Original from 1971 - 45 rpm Single - 1971/1971
Number of items: 1 - Various conditions - 1st Pressing - Including: Original inner sleeve

Genesis ‎– The Knife Part 1+2
"The Knife" is a song by progressive rock band Genesis from their second album, Trespass (1970).

The song was unusually aggressive for Genesis at the time, as most of their work consisted of soft, pastoral acoustic textures and poetic lyrics. It features a bouncy, march-like organ riff, heavily distorted guitars and bass, and fast drumming. (Peter Gabriel said he wanted to write something that had the excitement of "Rondo" by the Nice, and the song's working title was "Nice".) In the lyrics of the song, Gabriel, influenced by a book on Gandhi, "wanted to try [to] show how all violent revolutions inevitably end up with a dictator in power


1 The Knife
2 The Knife (Part. 2)


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Condition / Single Side 1 is VG+ to NM ( many little and fine scratches / but no deep ones) (nervous people don´t offer )
Side 2 is VG+ ( many little and fine scratches and one bigger ones to hear hard, at my player no needle jump,nervous people don´t offer )
Cover / Mint+ ( the best on the market )
Labels / Mint
OIS / Mint

see pictures (the pictures are an integral part of the condition of the LP)


A really rare collectors item from the early "Genesis"

Lot details
More than 3 artists/bands
No
Artist/ Band (max 3)
Genesis
Multiple Titles
No
Record Title
The Knife Part 1+2 (mega rare) Original from 1971
Nr of items
1
Media Source
45 rpm Single
Release Country
Germany
Release year (oldest)
1971
Release year (youngest)
1971
Condition
Various conditions
Pressing
1st Pressing
Includes
Original inner sleeve
Record Label
Philips
Record Label Number
6075 305
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