Following the bleak But Seriously and Both Sides, Phil Collins delivered the considerably lighter Dance into the Light, his first upbeat pop album since 1985's No Jacket Required. Not only was it a return to the musical style that brought him to the top of the charts during the '80s, but Dance into the Light was the first record Collins released since leaving Genesis, which made it all the more crucial to his career. For the most part, the album treads familiar territory -- R&B-influenced dance-pop, sensitive ballads, and brooding midtempo ruminations -- but there are several occasions where he stretches out, incorporating worldbeat influences into his style.
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Ok, so it's not "But Seriously" or "No Jacket Required" but it's still good. The first 4 tracks are "HITS" material to me, and rest of the album is more than just filler, especially Wear My Hat, It's In Your Eyes, and The Times They Are A-Changin' any phil collins fan should pick this one up, it's full of energy and is a stark contrast to the previous album "Both Sides"