Limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition. 1996's Dance Into The Light presented a flavor of the unexpected as elements of world music came to the fore, most notably with flourishes of Afrobeat-styled percussion on several tracks. Both the album and it's title track reached the Top 10 upon release. It concludes with a new take on Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'." Dance Into The Light features guest backing vocalists, including Arnold McCuller, and Amy Keys. It was notable for being the first album that Collins released as a full-time solo artist, having left Genesis earlier that year. Six singles were issued from Dance into the Light: "It's in Your Eyes", "You Ought to Know", "No Matter Who", "Wear My Hat", "The Same Moon" and the title track.