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Posted by Sarah Rodman  November 6, 2006 03:59 PM

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In the beginning there were five prep school students who wanted to make a band with orchestral sweep and trippy time changes and it was, if not good, at least promising.

Over the years Genesis morphed from quirky prog-rock pioneers led by a flower-head wearing Peter Gabriel to a more streamlined pop quartet-- then trio-- when drummer Phil Collins added an overhead microphone to his kit to a band nobody cared about fronted by Ray Wilson.

The band is now reverting to its most succesful incarnation as Collins and his cohorts-- keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist Mike Rutherford-- have announced that they will hit the road next year as Genesis for the first time since 1992.

Gabriel has opted out saying "I'm not involved in this round or this year. I haven't ruled out the possibility of doing something in the future, but right now I'm going to focus on my own work."

The trio will hold a live press conference on their website detailing dates and cities tomorrow at 12 noon GMT-- so set your clocks because that's 7 a.m. for all you East Coast lambs.

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