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Brian Eno


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3.99 | 330 ratings

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4 stars As often, great inovators ar Brian Eno ( or Robert Fripp) have very different reviews for their music. And the reason is clear: everything depends on reviewer poin of view. If you are searching for extravaganza and experiments, it's one thing, if you 're listening for music - it's another. In fact, both groups of reviewers are rifght. Just for any raeder of these reviews it's important to understand, what is his point of view.

This album is quite strong, because it's MUSIC. Interesting sounds, melodies, songs at least. Just to give you some understanding, I can say it sounds as earlier Roxy Music songs, or sometimes as music in David Bowie's "Berlin Trilogy". In other words, it typical Eno in his best ( outside of ambient extravaganza). So, don't expect to find there too many loops, electro- sound tricks or 15 min two-buttons synth solos inside the room opened for all galactical space. As I told you earlier, it's just music.

Even worse, some song sound quite pop-oriented. What to do with it?

I thing, just leave it like it is! It's really nice MUSICAL album, great musicians, warm sound, melodies - you will enjoy the music. And the music is serious enough to be interesting even for proghead.

If you are searching for soundscapes, dark abstract ambient pictures, few electronic sounds just floating in space - just search in other place!

It's not a greatest music I even heard, but strong 3,5.

snobb | 4/5 |


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