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...But Seriously


Download links and information about ...But Seriously by Phil Collins. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 59:42 minutes.

Artist: Phil Collins
Release date: 1989
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 59:42
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No. Title Length
1. Hang In Long Enough 4:44
2. That's Just the Way It Is 5:20
3. Do You Remember? 4:36
4. Something Happened On the Way to Heaven 4:51
5. Colours 8:51
6. I Wish It Would Rain Down 5:27
7. Another Day In Paradise 5:23
8. Heat On the Street 3:51
9. All of My Life 5:35
10. Saturday Night and Sunday Morning 1:25
11. Father to Son 3:28
12. Find a Way to My Heart 6:11



1986’s …But Seriously was both Phil Collins’ most forthright and most complex set of songs to that date. The instrumentation adopts an organic approach, with less of the drum programming that marked Collins’ earlier albums. At the same time, while the lyrics on his early solo albums had interspersed explorations of internal strife with uptempo love songs, …But Seriously boldly takes on a host of sociopolitical subjects. To his credit, Collins avoids the overblown sloganeering that marred the politics of an era that's defined for many by “We Are the World.” “That’s Just the Way It Is” (about the civil war in Northern Ireland) and “Another Day in Paradise” (about homelessness) have the gentle, mournful touch of timeworn folk songs, even as they twinkle with new musical technologies. Collins intuitively understood that the most powerful statements are delivered with restraint and clarity. On the other hand, his empathy is just as effective on “Colours,” which addresses apartheid. The song adopts an uptempo rhythm in acknowledgment of the powerful role that dance music played in the South African fight for equality.