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Another Eno album,
This review is from: Small Craft On A Milk Sea (Audio CD)I agree with others here, this is a good album but only good and the five star reviews are over the top. It's nothing new, starts off with ambient pieces then moves into Nerve Net type stuff then back into ambient. Very much in the Music for Films type of albums.
Very good but nothing new, if you haven't many eno albums then buy, otherwise get Music for Films I, II, III, On Land and Appollo first then some other electronic albums like, Drawn from Life and other artists such as Susumu Yokota, Matthew Florianz, Harold Budd and Future Sound of London.
Then you won't need this. Love Eno but a bit like David Gilmour looks like he may still release good albums but no new ideas, keep hoping he'll prove me wrong but allas not yet.
Still a nice album though hence 3 stars.
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Initial post: 21 Nov 2010 18:19:10 GMT
R. J. Harvey says:
Just like to echo the mention of Matthew Florianz. He really deserves more recognition, and his recent work can be obtained from his website without charge (although he accepts donations).
Posted on 5 Dec 2010 02:30:55 GMT
Last edited by the author on 5 Dec 2010 02:31:22 GMT
Mr. J. G. Myers says:
This is better than music for films
Posted on 19 Jan 2011 17:10:14 GMT
A. Strong says:
I think you've got this spot on. This album is nice, but nothing new, and Apollo is heaps better.
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