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ANOTHER GREEN WORLD

Brian Eno

 

Progressive Electronic

3.99 | 330 ratings

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theinfiltrated
5 stars My favourite Eno's album. "Another Green World" rules. It rules because of many reasons I won't detail here. It's like a trip all the way through, well, another green world. There are some beautiful instrumentals (usually short) that work perfectly, and a few brilliant pop songs. Now, I will admit that there's people who won't find the idea of this record to be interesting, but this is a masterpiece of "sound": amazing textures, great atmospheres, good melodies, good production, and so much more. Some of the best songs are "Everything Merges With The Night" (a piano-based relaxing pop song, a typical Eno one, like he would do on the second half of "Before And After Science), "Sombre Reptiles" and "Dark Trees" (both of this dark atmospheric instrumentals with amazing textures which can paint some interesting images in the listener's mind), but "Sky Saw" (with its sharp textures), "Spirits Drifting" (pretty way to end the album), "I'll Come Running" (a nice pop song) and "Little Fishes" (which sounds more or less like that) are all great. There's not a single bad sonf anywhere, even if some could need a bit more of "rock" or ccould be a bit shorter.
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