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Brian Eno


Progressive Electronic

3.34 | 99 ratings

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3 stars This album stays inbetween Eno post-Roxy Music works and his ambient soundscapes.

This album is fully instrumental with heavy using of electronics. But it consists of many short pieces, each has own melody and structure. So, it's no ambient, for sure.

Music isn't very complex, even minimalistic, main sound texture is synth sound with just some additional accents of other instruments.

But the album has it's atmosphere, much more MUSICAL atmosphere than many of ambient works.

Weak point ot that album is that in fact it sounds as just a collection of samples. With serious producer's job it should be more attractive work.

I think, this album could be interesting to Eno collectors, and in fact is good bridge for introduction before his ambient works

snobb | 3/5 |


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