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2.46 | 22 ratings | 2 reviews | 5% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1988

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tension Block (3:09)
2. Err (4:02)
3. 4 Minute Warning (3:53)
4. For Her Atoms (3:33)
5. Balthus Bemused by Color (Mix 2) (5:17)
6. Theme from Creation (3:04)
7. Saint Tom (3:35)
8. White Mustang (3:01)
9. Sirens (3:06)
10. Asian River (4:20)
11. Zaragoza (3:05)
12. Quixote (3:30)
13. Fleeting Smile (2:30)
14. Theme for Opera (2:36)
15. Kalimba (2:47)

Total Time: 51:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Brian Eno / synthesizers, keyboards

Releases information

CD released by Opal #2-25769 (1988)

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BRIAN ENO Music For Films III ratings distribution

(22 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(5%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(9%)
Good, but non-essential (41%)
Collectors/fans only (36%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

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Review by ZowieZiggy
2 stars This ambient "Music Fro Films III" isn't a thrilling work as far as I am concerned. While I discovered this work, I thought: hey, nothing great here but nothing wrong either. Most of the songs sound rather flat and uninspired. But Eno has scarcely been one of my favorite artists to tell the truth (but you can read this through my previous reviews).

For sure, the music held in here is quite relaxing but when I compare it to some great German bands, I am quite disappointed. Of course, some of these short pieces are quite nice to listen to ("White Mustang") and they display a true ethereal beauty and increase the quality level of this album.

If you are in for long pieces of music la KS or TD, I am afraid that this album (as plenty of other Eno ones) won't fit in your shoes.

It is a decent moment of music to laze on a Sunday afternoon, but no more. Some spacey stuff is also enjoyable but there are very few great moments available. There is absolutely no need for a track by track description (as many of his albums).

Two stars.

Latest members reviews

3 stars While this is not ENO's best outing,it is not his worst either.On this release ENO has selected a stellar line up of ambient musicans to help him round out the sound on this one.Guest artists include HAROLD BUDD,ROGER ENO and JOHN PAUL JONES(!),among many others. The sound on this one is a bit ... (read more)

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