Genesis has 15 studio albums
Phil Collins and Steve Hackett joined the band in 1970.
Genesis last album to date is Calling All Stations, released in 1997. It was the first and only album with Ray Wilson as lead singer.
Genesis' longest song is Supper's Ready, which is nearly 23 minutes long.
Genesis' first minor hit in the UK was I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
Genesis first became popular when they released their first UK #1 album, Duke in 1980.
The classic line-up of Genesis reunited in 1999 to record an all new version of Carpet Crawlers
Genesis most successful album was Invisible Touch which sold over 6 million copies in the US alone and featured five Top 5 singles in the US.
Steve Hackett left the band in 1977.
Genesis' song "Just A Job To Do" was featured in the 1985 ABC detective drama series The Insiders
Genesis released their first album, From Genesis To Revelations in 1969.
Genesis has sold over 150 million records worldwide.
The music video for the song Land Of Confusion won a Grammy in 1987.
Invisible Touch was Genesis' only #1 single.
Phil Collins left the band in 1996 and was replaced by Ray Wilson.
Genesis' most legendary line-up consists of Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Tony Banks, Steve Hackett, and Mike Rutherford. This line-up lasted from 1970 to 1975.
Genesis has released 15 studio albums.
Peter Gabriel left Genesis in 1975 and Phil Collins became the lead singer.
Genesis first became a band in 1967.