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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of…


Turn It On Again: The Hits

The album’s vinyl debut 2-LP, special edition on “Invisible Touch” clear vinyl and CD versions on May 3

LOS ANGELES- To celebrate the 25th anniversary of its original release in October 1999, Genesis’ multi-platinum-selling Turn It On Again: The Hits is being made available on vinyl for the first time.

Releasing on May 3, it will come as a 2-LP set on black vinyl, a special edition 2-LP set in “Invisible Touch” clear vinyl as well as on CD. The album contains 18 tracks that span the band's whole career. From their earliest period with tracks such as “I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)” and a version of “The Carpet Crawlers” on to their early 80’s global smash hits such as “Turn It On Again” and “Mama” and their massive hits later that decade and into the early 90s with “Invisible Touch” and “I Can't Dance.”

The album's artwork remains loyal to the original, with the lettering of GENESIS pulled from various album covers of the band and the infamous ‘I Can’t Dance’ silhouette of Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford taken from the song's video.

For more than a half-century, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Genesis have defied the odds, rising to become one of the world’s best-selling bands amid personnel shake-ups, shifting styles, and changing times. Formed in 1967 by four classmates in Surrey, England (vocalist Peter Gabriel, keyboardist Tony Banks, lead guitarist Anthony Phillips, and bassist/rhythm guitarist Mike Rutherford), Genesis established themselves as one of prog-rock’s most innovative acts. The band developed their sound with 1970’s Trespass and solidified their line-up with drummer/backing vocalist Phil Collins and guitarist Steve Hackett, going on to release critically acclaimed albums like Selling England by the Pound (1973), and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (1974). With the departure of Gabriel in 1975, drummer Phil Collins took over as frontman, leading the group into an era of unprecedented success, beginning with 1976’s A Trick of the Tail and Wind & the Wuthering. By the turn of the decade, Genesis had transformed into a tightly-knit trio, embracing a pop aesthetic with the albums …And Then There Were Three…(1978) and Duke (1980), as well as in hits like “Follow You Follow Me” and “Misunderstanding.”

The ‘80s found each band member embarking on successful solo careers – a fact that only solidified their collective songwriting prowess. With their expansive, synth-based hooks and reverb-heavy drums, Genesis set the tone for the decade, dominating global charts with Abacab (1981), Genesis (1983), and Invisible Touch (1986) and conquering the Billboard charts with a string of hits, including “That’s All,” “Tonight, Tonight, Tonight,” “Land of Confusion” and the US No.1, “Invisible Touch.” In 1991, We Can’t Dance (featuring “No Son of Mine,” “Hold on My Heart,” and the GRAMMY®-nominated “I Can’t Dance”) marked Collins’ final studio album with the band. While Banks and Rutherford announced the band’s retirement from the stage and studio in 2000, all three members continued to reunite sporadically – most recently for 2021’s The Last Domino? Tour.

Today, Genesis’ generation-spanning catalog includes 15 studio albums, six live LPs, and dozens of charting singles. In addition to their 2010 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the band has received a coveted Ivor Novello Award, a GRAMMY®, an American Music Award, and the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award at Britain’s Progressive Music Awards. 

Turn It On Again: The Hits - Tracklist


Side A

  1. “Turn It On Again” 
  2. “Invisible Touch” 
  3. “Mama” 
  4. “Land of Confusion” 
  5. “I Can’t Dance” 

Side B 

  1. “Follow You Follow Me” 
  2. “Hold On My Heart” 
  3. “Abacab” 
  4. “I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)” 

Side C

  1. “No Son of Mine”
  2. “Tonight, Tonight, Tonight”
  3. “In Too Deep” 
  4. “Congo”

Side D 

  1. “Jesus He Knows Me” 
  2. “That’s All”
  3. “Misunderstanding”
  4. “Throwing It All Away” 
  5. “The Carpet Crawlers 1999”


  1. “Turn It On Again”
  2. “Invisible Touch” 
  3. “Mama” 
  4. “Land of Confusion” 
  5. “I Can’t Dance” 
  6. “Follow You Follow Me” 
  7. “Hold On my Heart” 
  8. “Abacab”
  9. “I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)” 
  10. “No Son of Mine” 
  11. “Tonight, Tonight, Tonight”
  12. “In Too Deep” 
  13. “Congo”
  14. “Jesus He Knows Me” 
  15. “That’s All” 
  16. “Misunderstanding” 
  17. “Throwing It All Away” 
  18. “The Carpet Crawlers 1999”