14 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After the glam-infused art rock of his first two solo albums, Brian Eno tore up the rulebook on Another Green World. From the album's opening track, it's clear that we're in strange, entrancing territory, where deep funk meets ethereal atmospherics. Eno's ambient revolution began here in murky cuts like "In Dark Trees" and "Sombre Reptiles," but what really makes the album a Sunday-morning staple are oddball pop gems like "St. Elmo's Fire" and "I'll Come Running"—cryptic sing-alongs that just get better with age.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After the glam-infused art rock of his first two solo albums, Brian Eno tore up the rulebook on Another Green World. From the album's opening track, it's clear that we're in strange, entrancing territory, where deep funk meets ethereal atmospherics. Eno's ambient revolution began here in murky cuts like "In Dark Trees" and "Sombre Reptiles," but what really makes the album a Sunday-morning staple are oddball pop gems like "St. Elmo's Fire" and "I'll Come Running"—cryptic sing-alongs that just get better with age.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

Jonaslovvvverrr ,

How could this masterpiece not have a review

I believe I can measure my life as a before and after snapshot. The life I was and what experience now because of my exposure to Eno. This is one of the masterpieces of the art rock/ambient movement and the best of the 4 jaw dropping albums he made in the early 70s. Strange but yet accessible at the same time. No one was making music like this then and now and it sounds completely modern and current. Brilliant. Buy it now. You need to have this music in your life.

TCB Walsh ,

Life Changing

There are only a handful of records that I would say changed my life, and Another Green World is one of them. Please take the time to listen to it and absorb it, and carry it with you in your spirit wherever you go.

dplatt ,

brilliant

Such a moving album, progressive, everlasting

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