Genesis is about to embark on the second phase of its albums reissuing project.

From Oct. 1, Virgin/EMI will release four of the recently-reunited group's best-selling titles: "Genesis" (1983), "Invisible Touch" (1986), "We Can't Dance" (1991) and "Calling All Stations" (1997).

The re-mastered recordings will be available in 5.1 surround sound and stereo mixes, through high-definition SACD/CD hybrid and DVD dual disc formats featuring unique bonus material.

The albums can be purchased separately, or as a box set which contains the bonus SACD/CD hybrid and DVD dual-disc "Extra Tracks 1983-1997."

To date, the four albums have sold more than 40 million copies combined, according to representatives for the band.

An earlier phase of five album reissues - -spanning the years 1976 to 1981 -- came out on April 2.

The third and final phase is scheduled for spring 2008, covering Genesis recordings during the era of original lead singer Peter Gabriel.

Genesis ended the European leg of their comeback tour in July, having performed before almost 1.4 million fans.

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