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...But Seriously

Phil Collins Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
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1. Hang In Long Enough
2. That's Just The Way It Is
3. Do You Remember?
4. Something Happened On The Way To Heaven
5. Colours
6. I Wish It Would Rain Down
7. Another Day In Paradise
8. Heat On The Street
9. All Of My Life
10. Saturday Night And Sunday Morning
11. Father To Son
12. Find A Way To My Heart

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Collins closed out the '80s with the chart-topping ...But Seriously, which spawned four mega-hit singles and also mirrored its title in a turn toward more pensive, socially conscious fare, such as "Another Day in Paradise" and "That's Just the Way It Is." The set also contains Collins's finest batch of lost-love songs ("Do You Remember," "Something Happened on the Way to Heaven," "I Wish It Would Rain Down") since his first two albums, meaning, likely as not, that art was served at the expense of yet another relationship. Collins is aided on the album by some of his famous friends, including Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Stephen Bishop, and David Crosby. --Daniel Durchholz

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Format:Audio CD
Whether you are a big fan of Phil Collins, or you thought Phil Collins was just some ridiculous 80's phony popstar, I would recommend you give But Seriously a listen. Of course, if you are a fan, then you probably already have heard this album a thousand times and agree with me, but if you are the latter, you will be surprised at how intense and how artisitic this album is.
Up until 1989 Phil dominated both TV and radio airwaves with his suave and cool music videos and songs, ranging from the sweet rock coolness of In The Air Tonight to the bubbly pop of Two Hearts. But Seriously gave Phil a new credibility. Here he is more than just that, he is a perfectionist artist.
The first single showed, for the first time, Phil Collins singing a different tune from his past hits, a song about the poor and homeless, Another Day In Paradise. The song became a worldwide anthem that year sparking repeated airplay and earning the grammy for best song. For many, this song is the highlight of the album. But in truth, its just one of a lot of hightlights. Actually, the entire album was the highlight of the moment.
The maturity of That's Just The Way It Is, Father To Son, and All Of My Life can easily cast over Another Day In Paradise. The sweet love ballad Do You Remember?, which appears in the soundtrack of Nicholas Cage's 1990 bomb Fire Birds, is deliciously good. The chilling rock epic I Wish It Would Rain Down that features guitar work from Eric Clapton dawns as a remarkable highlight on the album. Colors follows in the theme of Another Day In Paradise as a moment to give a thought to the poor and homeless. The album's closer Find A Way To My Heart, another track that was featured in the soundtrack to the Nicholas Cage flop Fire Birds, is an excellent pick for the closing of such a genuine album.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Sometimes An Album.. Oct. 1 2002
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Sometimes in life, there is a album that really speaks out about the times in our society. From the worlds of Grunge, to the early cases of MTV in the front of our minds, with music videos from Madonna and Billy Idol. Then, there are some of the other albums, that let the music speak for itself. In that case, Phil Collins proved that case with his entire solo career, and his career with Genesis.
His 1989 album, But Seriously.., is still one of the most simple and understanding albums I've ever heard. The music from this album, is just as strong as you could expect. Each song tells a different story either about love, or about a important issue in society. That case came with Phil's mega-hit, Another Day In Paradise, which was #1 for four weeks on the charts. That would be one of five Top 40 songs Collins would earn from this album. Other songs like, Do You Remember?, Something Happened On The Way To Heaven, and All Of My Life, still showcase that state in the front of mind.
While many people don't think of Phil Collins music today, it will always remain in the hearts of millions of serious fans, that prove that the music speaks for itself, and speaks of a generation of the time as well.
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2.0 out of 5 stars ...Seriously BORING Sept. 30 2002
Format:Audio CD
After the absolutely top-notch "No Jacket Required", it was inevitable that Phil Collins' follow-up would be a letdown. And it's not that "...But Seriously" is a bad album, just BORING. The word of the day here is "ballads". Songs vary from moody ballads ("That's Just The Way It Is", "Another Day In Paradise"), standard fare heartfelt ballads ("Do You Remember?", "I Wish It Would Rain Down", "Father To Son"), slow groove ballads that transition to slightly-heavy ballads ("All Of My Life") and ambitious epic ballads ("Colours"). Elsewhere you find more upbeat, jazz-or-latin influenced numbers ("Heat On The Street", "Saturday Night And Sunday Morning", "Find A Way To My Heart"). All are BORING.
A couple of the more rocking tunes, "Hang In Long Enough"and "Something Happened On The Way To Heaven" save this album from being a complete yawner, but both are cut from the same cloth as the far superior "Sussudio" from "No Jacket Required". All of tunes here are admirable compositions and performances, and if you're a diehard PC fan, this'll scratch your itch. If your tastes lean more toward his work with Genesis or rock music with a bit more of an edge, this album is just plain flat out BORING.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Serious Phil Feb. 1 2002
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Phil Collins took a lot of critical heat for making this album, 1989's "But Seriously." Apparently, the critics just couldn't handle the idea of Phil Collins, of all singers, singing songs about the problems in Northern Ireland ("That's Just The Way It Is"), South Africa ("Colours"), the homeless ("Another Day In Paradise"), etc. I say too bad for them, and three cheers to Phil. He made a great album. Besides, not ALL of the songs here are political, for Heaven's sake. And as for the political ones, they're good songs! There's nothing wrong with a recording artist taking some risks every now and then, even if that artist's name is Phil Collins. Phil gets things up and roaring with the great brassy blast of "Hang In Long Enough," and the great tunes keep on coming, such as the quiet beauty of "That's Just The Way It Is" & "Do You Remember," and the fun of "Something Happened On The Way To Heaven." The most controversial song on the album, the South Africa-inspired "Colours," is arguably the most adventurous track Phil has ever done, and, with some very strong shifts in mood throughout, as well as some very heartfelt lyrics, Phil pulls it off. The uplifting sing-along vibe of "I Wish It Would Rain Down" is next, followed by the brilliantly powerful, Grammy-winning classic "Another Day In Paradise," one of Phil's most haunting tunes, which kicks off the second half of equally-great songs in fine fashion, including "All Of My Life" and "Father To Son. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love This Guy
I first bought this album as a cassette many years ago. Now I have the CD. I have a few of his albums, but, in my opinion, this is the best. Read more
Published 20 months ago by Jerlaw
2.0 out of 5 stars With Colours
With colours Collins turns out a quality piece of music making this album better then what came before and theres some big talents on the songs but thats still not saying much as... Read more
Published on June 21 2004 by Brian Ogilby
5.0 out of 5 stars Another hummable album from Phil Collins!
I still like this Phil Collins album too. He makes such hummable songs! I can't tell you how many times I've hummed to "Another Day In Paradise" when it came on in... Read more
Published on May 30 2004 by Preston L. Moreaux
5.0 out of 5 stars Phil Collins' second best-seller!
As the 1980's ended and the 1990's began,Phil Collins scored with a second best-seller,and his fourth all-original album,BUT SERIOUSLY. Read more
Published on Sept. 14 2003 by andy8047
5.0 out of 5 stars But Seriously....This record is an unspeakable classic
This album is be far the best Collins record that I have. I have all of his albums and this one is by far the best one of his career. Read more
Published on April 5 2003 by Mikey
5.0 out of 5 stars To the reviewer Rich from Boston -your taste in music is....
That of one who gets joyful looking at playgirl and getting molested by your rogaine played ol'pop isnt sayin much for your hilarious(not demented like you)overview of this very... Read more
Published on March 19 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars Top tappin'
I must say that this CD quite impressed me. I'd known that Phil was a big band-ish kind of guy, but I didn't know he used those aspects of music so well. Read more
Published on Dec 11 2002 by C. Marietti
4.0 out of 5 stars A lovable CD - But Seriously!
But Seriously, Another Day in Paradise was the only track I heard on the televion show and watched the video of Phil there. Read more
Published on June 23 2002 by Ilaxi S. Patel
5.0 out of 5 stars Last good one.....
Yes, I have said in other reviews Phil Collins is one of my favorites, I expecially love his drumming and he is a good songwriter and singer as well, but let's not forget he's a... Read more
Published on March 22 2002 by Mike
5.0 out of 5 stars fantastic forgotten classic
i bought this album when i was about 13.NOw 25, hearing it for the first time in years brings back some fantastic memories.. Read more
Published on Feb. 21 2002 by Ash
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