On this day in music history: September 29, 1992 - “Us”, the sixth album by Peter Gabriel is released (UK release is on September 28th). Produced by Daniel Lanois and Peter Gabriel, it is recorded at Real World Studios in Box, Wiltshire, UK from October 1989 - June 1992. Issued as the long awaited follow up to his breakthrough album “So”, the songs explore the numerous issues in Gabriel’s personal life, including the break up of his first marriage, and his relationship with actress Rosanna Arquette. It will spin off three singles including “Digging In The Dirt” (#24 UK, #52 US Pop), “Kiss That Frog” (#46 UK) and “Steam” (#10 UK, #32 Pop). The music videos for “Digging In The Dirt” and “Steam” will win him Grammy Awards for Best Shortform Video. Gabriel will also support the album with the “Secret World Live” Tour which will be documented with a concert video (also a Grammy Winner for Best Longform Music Video in 1996) and album released in 1994. “Us” will debut in its peak position of #2 on the Billboard Top 200.