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February 20, 2014
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There are essentially two Phil Collinses — the subtle, artistic drummer who nobody but prog fans cared about and the no-jacket-required, non-dancing avatar of AOR who sold a bazillion records to the Patrick Batemans of the ’80s, providing a smooth corporate soundtrack to the Thatcher/Reagan era. succeeding against the critical odds, because that’s what he had to face despite the fact that “In the Air Tonight” was just as awesome as anything on “The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway.” And it’s the latter who won’t go away. is fucking awesome.

Phil Collins Revisionism Must Be Welcomed Stopped

Fixed that for you, Flavorwire.

flavorpill:

There are essentially two Phil Collinses — the subtle, artistic drummer who nobody but prog fans cared about and the no-jacket-required, non-dancing avatar of AOR who sold a bazillion records to the Patrick Batemans of the ’80s, providing a smooth corporate soundtrack to the Thatcher/Reagan era. succeeding against the critical odds, because that’s what he had to face despite the fact that “In the Air Tonight” was just as awesome as anything on “The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway.” And it’s the latter who won’t go away. is fucking awesome.

Phil Collins Revisionism Must Be Welcomed Stopped

Fixed that for you, Flavorwire.

14:31 // 1 month ago
March 4, 2011
On the Phil Collins tip, we admit to laughing pretty hard at this even though we didn’t really want to. FunnyOrDie, you guys are funny bastards.

On the Phil Collins tip, we admit to laughing pretty hard at this even though we didn’t really want to. FunnyOrDie, you guys are funny bastards.

17:25 // 3 years ago

Phil Collins: Against All Odds

(from ...Hits)

In honor of the man, the myth, the legend, Phil Collins announcing his retirement, we’re going to post our favorite karaoke song, “Against All Odds.” By the end of this song, we’re on the floor. Crying. In a puddle. Our karaoke style is very emotive. Anyway, Mr. Collins has said in the past that his health problems were getting to him, and told Rolling Stone a few months back that he considered suicide (yikes!). So maybe retirement is for the best. Fun fact: Phil’s “In the Air Tonight” basically introduced that very airy “gated” drum sound you heard in every mainstream pop song in the ’80s. Including this one. (thanks flavorpill)

16:28 // 3 years ago
November 11, 2010
I sometimes think I’m going to write this Phil Collins character out of the story. Phil Collins will just disappear or be murdered in some hotel bedroom, and people will say, ‘What happened to Phil?’ And the answer will be, ‘He got murdered, but, yeah, anyway, let’s carry on.’ That kind of thing.
Phil “our personal hero” Collins • Expressing suicidal thoughts in this month’s issue of Rolling Stone, out Friday. Dude, we love you. Your songs are our songs. You can’t do that to us! Sometimes we claim to love your songs ironically, but we know the truth. You’re our hero. Back in 1992, we unironically thought you were a God with an in-vis-a-ble touch-yah. And, against all odds, nothing will change that. Not even an entire album of overly-sappy songs for Disney like “You’ll Be In My Heart.” source (viafollow)
16:03 // 3 years ago