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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