The film captures the final four shows of Genesis’ “Invisible Touch Tour” a London’s Wembley Stadium from July 1st-4th, 1987. In particular, the July 4th show served as a benefit for the Prince’s Trust and saw both Princess Diana and Prince Charles in attendance.
After kicking off with performances of “Mama” and “Abacab”, the film’s setlist focuses heavily on material from Genesis’ 1986 album, Invisible Touch, including versions of “Domino”, “Land of Confusion”, and “Tonight, Tonight, Tonight”. The concert concludes with a performance of “Turn It On Again” interspersed with a medley that includes “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction)”, “Pinball Wizard”, and “In the Midnight Hour”.
Future Genesis film screenings include 1992’s The Way We Walk and 2007’s When In Rome. The selection of each title is intentional, as they all highlight the Genesis lineup of Phil Collins, Tony Banks, and Mike Rutherford. Bearing some return to normalcy later this year, the trio is set to reunite for their first live concerts together in 13 years.
Land of Confusion
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
Throwing It All Away
Home By The Sea
Turn It On Again (including medley)