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Brian Eno


Progressive Electronic

3.74 | 195 ratings

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3 stars There is a lot going on here! I am not even sure I have ever been able to completely absorb this album from 1973. As a huge fan of early ROxy Music, I thought this would be an interesting album to check out. And it was. Just some of what is here...."Needles in the Camel's Eye"- A Roxy Music/ 80's punk type track with driving guitar and beat. "The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch"- Weird and somewhat annoying song with a terrible title. "Baby's on Fire"- Outlandish and catchy with a great guitar solo. "Here Come the Warm Jets"- Fuzzy electronic noise kind of thing. And these are only half of what is here. I know many people think of this as a masterpiece, but the quirkiness tends to get on my nerves at times. I guess 3 stars....It's not Roxy Music, but it's not bad either. Avant-garde pop?
mohaveman | 3/5 |


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