November 17, 2000 12:02

PROG-GONE? NOT YET...

Phil Collins drops some very big hints that the platinum-selling '80s line-up of the band will record together again...

PROG-GONE? NOT YET...
Former GENESIS drummer PHIL COLLINS has hinted that he intends to record with his old band members again in the future.

Speaking in an interview on the band's new, official website www.genesis3w.com, Collins claims the relationship between him and former band members Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford is "great". He said: "Me, Tony and Mike, we get on great and I would definitely see us doing something together again but maybe not calling it Genesis.

"That would put it in a certain place and prevent us from doing anything other than Genesis as opposed to just three people getting together and writing music and calling it something else."

It remains unclear whether other former member Peter Gabriel would take part in any future sessions of a reformed Genesis.

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