Together with "Fading Lights" (the track that follows "Since I Lost You" and closes the album), this song is also often seen as prescient of Genesis's own fate as a band. We Can't Dance
turned out to be the last of Collins' 12 studio albums with Genesis (eight as their frontman), although he would not officially part ways with Tony Banks
and Mike Rutherford
until 1996. Banks and Rutherford would record one more album as Genesis, 1997's Calling All Stations
, with Scotsman Ray Wilson replacing Collins on lead vocals. That album failed to live up to Genesis' usual standards, prompting Wilson's departure and an "indefinite hiatus" for the band, although there have since been on-again, off-again rumblings of a Genesis reunion tour featuring Collins and possibly even former band mates Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett.
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