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Brian Eno


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3.73 | 210 ratings

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5 stars 9/10, madly steady.

The first "band" album which establishes the standard for Eno: short songs played by a number of guests. In this one, Robert Fripp, Phil Manzanera are the most known. And Eno's unique style is ready here.

Needles In The Camel's Eye - 9/10

Very fast, great guitar.

The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch - 8/10

Interesting Eno style.

Baby's On Fire - 10/10

Awesome guitar by Fripp.

Cindy Tells Me - 9/10

With everything is Eno: guitars & synthesizers.

Driving Me Backwards - 8/10

Strange one, with odd instruments.

On Some Faraway Beach - 9/10

Different from the other.

Blank Frank - 8/10

Crazy fast guitar.

Dead Finks Don't Talk - 8/10

Yet another good Eno song.

Some Of Them Are Old - 8/10

More Eno.

Here Come The Warm Jets - 8/10

Alternative format.

And so one of my favourite and most original artists is born, even though his career, at least the "normal" songs, was so short. His next albums fortunately keep up with the quality and originality of this one.

Ethelred7 | 5/5 |


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