Phil Collins' 'Face Value' Getting 40th Anniversary Picture Disc Reissue

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Can't you feel it coming in the air tonight?

Phil Collins' solo debut album Face Value celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2021, and to celebrate, the album is being reissued on a vinyl picture disc that features Phil's 2016 recreation of the iconic album cover. Just as exciting is the announcement of "a brand new Phil Collins podcast" due early next year.

The new pressing will be available February 12, one day before the exact anniversary of the original release date.

Read More: February 1981: Phil Collins Releases Solo Debut Album 'Face Value'

After more than a decade of drumming with Genesis - plus six years of serving as their lead singer following the departure of Peter Gabriel - Face Value was Phil's first step into the solo spotlight. Inspired by deeply personal life experiences, including a recent divorce, the album became both a critical and commercial sensation. Hit singles included "I Missed Again" and the worldwide No. 1 hit/air-drumming classic "In the Air Tonight." Altogether, Face Value sold more than 10 million copies worldwide and set Collins up as one of the decade's most ubiquitous musical superstars.

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