Phil Collins ...But Seriously on 180g 2LP
Take A Look At Me Now Retrospective Reissue Campaign Release
Each Album in the Series will be Remastered by Nick Davis with Bold New Artwork Shot in the Present Day!
Phil Collins' Take A Look At Me Now retrospective campaign has inspired a major rediscovery of his back catalog. Not only have his albums returned to the charts for the first time in years, but their previously unreleased tracks have allowed fans to discover new aspects to the material and the extended album formats have sparked a critical reappraisal of his work. The campaign concludes in June 2016 with reissues of ...But Seriously and an amended version of his most recent studio album, now titled The Essential Going Back.
Originally released in December 1989, ...But Seriously features many of Collins' biggest hits and was one of its era's biggest selling albums. The release spent four weeks atop the Billboard 200 and scored No. 1 chart positions all over the globe. In the UK, it spent a total of 15 weeks at No. 1 during an extended run of almost a year in the Top 10, en route to becoming the biggest selling album of 1990. The album campaign culminated with his fourth and fifth BRIT Awards for British Single ("Another Day in Paradise") and British Male.
Entirely curated and compiled by Collins himself, his idea for the Take A Look At Me Now concept is to examine how his songs have evolved over time. Each album in the series will be remastered by Nick Davis, who earned a Grammy nomination for Best Surround Sound album for his work on the Genesis 1970-1975 box set. Davis has also worked on all of the Genesis retrospective reissues. Each album features a bold new artwork concept in which Collins has recreated his poses from the original album covers with new photography that was shot in the present day.
• Phil Collins Take A Look At Me Now Retrospective Reissue Campaign release
• 180g audiophile double vinyl pressing
• Remastered by Nick Davis
• Featuring a bold new artwork concept in which Collins has recreated his pose from the original cover with new photography that was shot in the present day