The Song Genesis Stopped Playing Live in 1987 and Retired During Their 2007 Reunion Tour

Genesis established Fisher Lane Farm as their studio, recording every album from "Abacab" to "Calling All Stations" there.

Amid Phil Collins' solo success, Genesis sought a new sound for "Abacab," departing from their usual style.

"Abacab" structured songs as A for Verse, B for Chorus, and C for Bridge, influencing the album's title.

The abstract cover art of "Abacab" by Bill Smith, featuring Pantone swatches, was chosen for its simplicity and uniqueness.

"Abacab" achieved commercial success, topping UK charts and reaching No. 7 on Billboard 200, marking a shift for Genesis.