#2
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#3
Being the biggest prog-head I know. I'd say Rush.

They have the ability to sound distinctive on each of there many albums, yet still retain a solid fan base. Their fan base is still building too, more and more kids are into Rush now than ever.
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#4
ha ha ha ha HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!
Are you a troll or something?

Obvious answer is Rush
#6
Gotta go with Rush. Genesis was good from 1970 'til about 1977, but then all the talent left the group and they started writing music for housewives.
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#13
genisis. rush just kept writing their songs along the same line of organization. genesis was like a huge freakin orchestra. plus that insane voice the guy had
#14
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ha ha ha ha HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!
Are you a troll or something?

Obvious answer is Rush

dude youve prolly never even listened to genesis you steriotypical douchbag
#16
This is about the hardest question i've ever been asked, I'm the biggest fan of both Rush and Genesis (i have tribute bands for both)

Well If were talking prog complexity, it's Genesis Hands down. Genesis is to Supper's Ready as Rush is to 2112. So these are the best songs to compare
I can play both on at least one instrument. 2112 Has about 5 different bass riffs in it, while suppers ready rarely repeats verses in the song.

If we are talking about the members ability to play, then it's different, i will assume we are using the 1971-75 line up for genesis, and the 1975-present line up for Rush

It's quite simple: Alex Lifeson=Pwns Steve Hackett On guitar
Neil Peart =Pwns everyone (including Phil Collins) on drums
Geddy Lee = Pwns Mike Rutherford on Bass
Both Phil collins AND Peter Gabriel pwn Geddy Lee on vocals
Tony Banks basically rapes Geddy Lee on keyboards

Live Show: I have seen both within the past year, and it is easily decided that Genesis is MUCH better live, better lights, better sound quality, but slightly less into it.

Albums: Basically the same, they were both amazing in the 70's, sucked in the late 80's early 90's.

I'm gonna have to give my vote to Genesis on this one
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This is about the hardest question i've ever been asked, I'm the biggest fan of both Rush and Genesis (i have tribute bands for both)

Well If were talking prog complexity, it's Genesis Hands down. Genesis is to Supper's Ready as Rush is to 2112. So these are the best songs to compare
I can play both on at least one instrument. 2112 Has about 5 different bass riffs in it, while suppers ready rarely repeats verses in the song.

If we are talking about the members ability to play, then it's different, i will assume we are using the 1971-75 line up for genesis, and the 1975-present line up for Rush

It's quite simple: Alex Lifeson=Pwns Steve Hackett On guitar
Neil Peart =Pwns everyone (including Phil Collins) on drums
Geddy Lee = Pwns Mike Rutherford on Bass
Both Phil collins AND Peter Gabriel pwn Geddy Lee on vocals
Tony Banks basically rapes Geddy Lee on keyboards

Live Show: I have seen both within the past year, and it is easily decided that Genesis is MUCH better live, better lights, better sound quality, but slightly less into it.

Albums: Basically the same, they were both amazing in the 70's, sucked in the late 80's early 90's.

I'm gonna have to give my vote to Genesis on this one

While that may be debatable, Banks did have the most successful rap career.
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While that may be debatable, Banks did have the most successful rap career.


lmao i meant rape
#19
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#21
Genesis, Steve Hackett innovated on Guitar, Alex didn't.

Phil Collins Era Genesis loses to Rush though.
#22
Skill - Rush
Songwriting - Tie
Sound - Rush
Innovation - Rush

That's
Rush - 3 1/2
Genesis - 1/2.

So, I gotta go with Rush.
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