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ANOTHER GREEN WORLD

Brian Eno

 

Progressive Electronic

3.94 | 215 ratings

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Zac M
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4 stars Really, like 4.5 stars. This is Eno's crowning achievement as a soloist. This album has both the pop songs and ambient pieces we expect from Eno. He pulls it off very well with the help of various guests, including Phil Collins, Percy Jones, John Cale, and Robert Fripp. I really enjoy St. Elmo's Fire, which has the signature Fripp guitar sound, the title track, The Big Ship, and Golden Hours, which features Cale on viola the most. Eno also contributes humor to some of the tracks, including I'll Come Running. This is highly recommended to fans of Eno, or people interested in finding more out about this man's work. Sometimes, the ambient-drenched albums are very difficult to listen to. That is why this album is a great entry for many listeners. 4.5 stars.
Zac M | 4/5 |

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