The follow-up to the TWOS "Genesis in the '70s" episode has finally arrived. It's time to Spa-go for it, strap on a headband, a pastel blazer, and parachute pants and enjoy Phil and the boys' journey to peak stardom. Dave and Lex discuss Phil's "cultural ubiquity," the evolution of the Genesis sound, and whether "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight" is genius or drivel. This is a fun one, and yet another epic-sode, clocking in at 2-1/2 hours long.
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