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While Peter Gabriel’s second album, 1978’s Peter Gabriel wasn’t quite as commercially or critically successful as his debut, Peter Gabriel, or one that came next, 1980’s Peter Gabriel, it started incredibly well.
The opener, “On The Air,” featured the roaring guitar of producer Robert Fripp battling against the keyboards of E-Streeter Roy Bittan, but was instantly topped by one of my all-time fave Gabriel tracks, the statement of purpose “D.I.Y,” which featured neither of those people.