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LEGO Genesis 1992 Live stage

We are really impressed with this amazing Genesis live stage model created by Christophe Andrieu and his son, Félix. The extra bonus is that it was on the 1992 tour that we saw Genesis for the first time. (specifically Knebworth, UK. 2 August 1992.) When Christophe posted  the Lego model stage to Facebook a month ago, we decided to send over some updated minifigures to match the 90s era. So now we have some new images of Phil Collins, Tony…

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LEGO Linn Drum Machine

Linn LM-1 The Linn LM-1 Drum Machine was manufactured by Linn Electronics and released in 1980. It was one of the first programmable drum machines and the first to use samples of real acoustic drums. Designed by Roger Linn The Drum Machine That Changed Everything It was widely used in 1980s pop music and its early adopters included: Genesis Peter Gabriel Prince Plus: Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder, Queen, Human League, Gary Numan, Mecano, Icehouse, and Michael Jackson. LinnDrum The LinnDrum,…

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Gabriel Era Genesis Sculptured models by Kirt Doke

Doke recently created 11 amazing sculptures of Peter Gabriel in Genesis era costumes. Doke is an award-winning artist and has exhibited his paintings, sculptures and drawings for over 40 years. The sculptures were created in clay and painted with acrylic paint. The figures are solid giving them a good deal of weight. Doke’s interest in the subject can be traced to his childhood hobby of building Glow in the Dark Aurora model kits. His style is loosely based in the…

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Lego Genesis Tribute as BrickHeadz (by DankSide2112)

BrickHeadz is a theme released in March 2017 which brings you a brand new way to collect, build and display. There are many different themes available and can be seen here. A reddit user named DankSide2112 has created these cool Genesis BrickHeadz. Another builder (IRowland) has created this Peter Gabriel BrickHeadz.

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Yamaha CP-70 Grand Piano in LEGO

The Yamaha CP70, as well as its bigger sister the CP80, was a ground breaking instrument. Inside it had the mechanics of a real piano, except that to make it all fit, the strings were a lot shorter than they would be on a real baby grand. The shorter strings gave the Yamaha CP-70 a very characteristic sound. Notable users Tony Banks Tony Banks (Genesis) replaced the RMI 368x Electra Piano in 1978 with the Yamaha CP-70 electric grand piano.…

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