View Full Version : Peter Gabriel- Revisited?

10-08-2001, 01:09 AM
While I was perusing the Gabriel requests section I noticed that all the songs from Peter Gabrel 2 are said to have come from an album called "Revisited." I've heard of PG 2 being called "Scratch," but Revisited? Please fill me in- or did I just miss something?

10-08-2001, 11:28 AM
I have a compilation CD that contains most of PG1 and PG2, and it's called "Revisited".

10-08-2001, 11:28 AM
PG's 'Revisited' is a compilation album which features all of the tracks off of Peter's first two solo albums. The album was released in '92 I believe. The tracks on this compilation are the same as they are on the original albums. I don't think Peter's debut or "Scratch" are even available on CD anymore for some strange reason. I believe they are now only sold together as 'Revisited'.

10-08-2001, 11:29 AM
Holy shit. Me and Jim posted that at the same time!!

10-08-2001, 11:05 PM
PG Revisited was released on Atlantic (PG's label for the 1st two solo albums) in 1992. Two songs from PG (1) were not included: "Excuse Me"--the barber-shop quartet song--and "Down the Dolce Vita"--one of my faves from that album. Missing from PG (2): "A Wonderful Day in a One-Way World," "White Shadow," and "Home Sweet Home." I actually received this album as a gift before I got the two solo albums. I rarely listen to it now. I would have sold it, but the one benefit it has over the first solo album is that you can hear a version of "Here Comes the Flood" without the fadeout from "Down the Dolce Vita" played over the flute intro. This came in handy for me when I made my "PG Favorites" tapes all those years ago, before I got a CD player for my car. And since "Here Comes the Flood" is my absolute favorite PG track, it's nice to a "clean" CD version.