Set for release on November 22nd is the 30th anniversary reissue of Phil Collins' 1989 fourth solo album, . . . But Seriously. The new edition will be pressed on 180-gram turquoise vinyl as a double-LP set, with 1,000 copies made with a bundled lithograph that will be available exclusively at the store.

. . . But Seriously was released on November 20th, 1989 and topped the Billboard 200 for three nonconsecutive weeks and went quadruple platinum. The album featured the four-week Number One -- and final chart-topper of the 1980's -- "Another Day In Paradise," featuring David Crosby, along with the Top 10 hits "I Wish It Would Rain Down" -- with Eric Clapton (#3), "Something Happened On The Way To Heaven" (#4). In 1990, "Another Day In Paradise" scored Collins the coveted Grammy Award for Record Of The Year.

In addition to Eric Clapton and David Crosby, . . . But Seriously also featured guest appearances by old friends Steve Winwood and Stephen Bishop. Phil Collins shed light on how Clapton and Crosby approached their contributions: "With Clapton, for instance, he just came in and had not heard the song. 'Got a sound, heard the song, and played. And he did it about five or six times -- we choose the best one. With David Crosby, I gave him a tape of the song a few days in advance; these two songs that he sang on. I gave him a tape and he went away and came back with some ideas. And he came back to the studio and sang me the ideas, and they were just the kind of ideas I was hoping he'd do."