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on 3 July 2013
If only someone had only had the foresight to include a long forgotten single - 'Seven Deadly Finns' (yep, it is finns and not sinns) this album would instantly have been given 5 stars. I'll wager many have never even heard it which is a shame and I may not for much longer as my 7" vinyl is on its last legs now. It is arguably the weirdest 'glam' record you will ever hear! On to the nitty-gritty, this album is classed (by me if no one else) as a natural progressor to Here Come The Warm Jets and initially is probably just as inaccessible to many. Stick with it as it is certainly worth the effort. Every track is an absolute gem. It also confirms what a crucial loss to Roxy Music Eno was. If you are just thinking about buying an album by Eno you could do a lot worse than start here.
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4.7 out of 5 stars
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