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Peter Gabriel left prog rock giants Genesis in 1975 as he was fed up with the band’s constant flatulence. “You’d come into the studio in the morning all excited, clutching a notebook of new lyrics, and then ‘woof’ the first arse trumpet would honk,” he told the Mojo. “It was constant. They’d all laugh at it as well. Banks was the worst. He’d just open up his left leg behind the keyboard, and unleash a long, slow funk. You had to have all the windows open, even in winter.”