Unorthodox Behaviour, by Brand X (1976): Back in the day, when Phil Collins wanted a change of pace from his day job, he didn't run off to do some snoozing Disney musical. He did what he did best - just be a drummer - with lots of different folks. One of those was fusion group Brand X, which he formed with Percy Jones (bass, primarily fretless), John Goodsall (guitar), and Robin Lumley (keyboards). Their debut album was a solid slice of jazz influenced prog that would set the band (in various arrangements) down a long and winding path. Thanks to the interaction between Collins and Jones, Brand X had a distinctively liquid feel that set them apart from their contemporaries.