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  • Roxy Music: The Complete Studio Albums Roxy Music: The Complete Studio Albums Quick View

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    Roxy Music: The Complete Studio Albums

    Roxy Music "The Studio Albums" contains all eight original Roxy studio album in a vinyl LP boxed set. This follows
    the successful CD boxset that was released in 2012 through Virgin Records. Included in the box are the bands selftitled
    debut album (1972), and For Your Pleasure (1973) both of which feature Brian Eno.


    Also included are the albums Stranded (1973), Country Life (1974), Siren (1975), Manifesto (1979), Flesh + Blood
    (1980) and Avalon (1982), all with their full iconic cover art.

    Roxy Music (1972)
    1. Re-Make / Re-Model
    2. Ladytron
    3. If There Is Something
    4. Virginia Plain
    5. 2 H.B.
    6. The Bob (Medley)
    7. Chance Meeting
    8. Would You Believe?
    9. Sea Breezes
    10. Bitters End


    For Your Pleasure (1973)
    1. Do the Strand
    2. Beauty Queen
    3. Strictly Confidential
    4. Editions of You
    5. In Every Dream Home a Heartache
    6. The Bogus Man
    7. Grey Lagoons
    8. For Your Pleasure


    Stranded (1973)
    1. Street Life
    2. Just Like You
    3. Amazona
    4. Psalm
    5. Serenade
    6. A Song for Europe
    7. Mother of Pearl
    8. Sunset


    Country Life (1974)
    1. The Thrill of It All
    2. Three and Nine
    3. All I Want Is You
    4. Out of the Blue
    5. If It Takes All Night
    6. Bitter-Sweet
    7. Triptych
    8. Casanova
    9. A Really Good Time
    10. Prairie Rose


    Siren (1975)
    1. Love Is the drug
    2. End of The Line
    3. Sentimental Fool
    4. Whirlwind
    5. She Sells
    6. Could It Happen To Me?
    7. Both Ends Burning
    8. Nightingale
    9. Just Another High


    Manifesto (1979)
    1. Manifesto
    2. Trash
    3. Angel Eyes
    4. Still Falls the Rain
    5. Stronger Through the Years
    6. Ain't That So
    7. My Little Girl
    8. Dance Away
    9. Cry, Cry, Cry
    10. Spin Me Round


    Flesh and Blood (1980)
    1. In the Midnight Hour
    2. Oh Yeah
    3. Same Old Scene
    4. Flesh and Blood
    5. My Only Love
    6. Over You
    7. Eight Miles High
    8. Rain, Rain, Rain
    9. No Strange Delight
    10. Running Wild


    Avalon (1982)
    1. More Than This
    2. The Space Between
    3. Avalon
    4. India
    5. While My Heart Is Still Beating
    6. The Main Thing
    7. Take A Chance With Me
    8. To Turn You On
    9. True To Life
    10. Tara

    Roxy Music
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  • Equatorial Stars Equatorial Stars Quick View

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    Equatorial Stars

    Music performed and composed by Robert Fripp & Brian Eno


    Brian Eno is usually credited with the claim that everyone who originally bought a Velvet Underground album subsequently formed a band. It's no less valid to suggest that many of those involved in electronic music might not have been but for "No Pussyfooting" and "Evening Star". Indeed few contemporary albums can claim as much lasting influence as "No Pussyfooting" by Fripp & Eno. It's safe to say that for the vast majority of buyers at the time of its initial release in 1973, this was their first exposure to the small world of electronic music. It's equally safe to say it wasn't their last. The equipment used was, by modern standards, primitive. The ideas expressed were, by any standards, enormous. Many went on to have careers based on the possibilities suggested by the album. Fripp & Eno - to their eternal credit - were too busy working as musicians to ever 'milk it' in that sense. One further full album, "Evening Star", was issued in 1975. There were occasional collaborations, but no further recordings under the Fripp & Eno banner until the emergence of "The Equatorial Stars" in late 2004 as a limited edition release via the artists' websites, followed by a full release in 2005 on CD.


    However, it was never issued on vinyl, until now.


    "The Equatorial Stars" consists of a series of seven soundscapes. The evident care taken in the construction & presentation of the sound world makes the totality of the work so convincing. The textures & atmospheres forming the heart of each track manage to subtly change & alter, while leaving ample space for Robert's guitar solos to emerge from the centre. The album was Fripp & Eno's opportunity to redefine an area of music they helped to launch into the mainstream in the first instance.


    It is also, incidentally, Robert Fripp's personal favourite of his many collaborations with Brian Eno.

    1. Meissa
    2. Eyra
    3. Tarazed
    4. Lupus
    5. Ankaa
    6. Altair
    7. Terebellum

    Robert Fripp & Brian Eno
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  • The Drop The Drop Quick View

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    The Drop

    Includes 16 Page Booklet Compiling Photos, Images and Writing by Eno


    The Drop continues in the same style as much of his work of the period exploring impressionistic, ambient instrumental soundscapes rather than more conventional songwriting.

    1. Slip, Dip
    2. But If
    3. Belgian Drop
    4. Cornered
    5. Block Drop
    6. Out/Out
    7. Swanky
    8. Coasters
    9. Blissed
    10. M.C. Organ
    11. Boomcubist
    12. Hazard
    13. Rayonism
    14. Dutch Blur
    15. Back Clack
    16. Dear World
    17. Iced World
    Brian Eno
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    Country Life

    Ranked 387/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Country Life is Roxy Music's second release after the departure of Brian Eno and it's arguably the highpoint of the band's ouput from that era. The haunting, melancholic The Thrill of It All, the art-rockin' Out of the Blue, the almost-pure '50s rock of If It Takes All Night, the decadent affectations of A Really Good Time and the concluding Prairie Rose, all offer glimpses of alternative rock before the genre even existed. The combination of textures is exhilarating, and the songwriting which draws on elements of R&B, cabaret music and glam rock is among the band's most accomplished. Here on Limited Edition 180 gram Vinyl.

    1. The Thrill of It All
    2. Three and Nine
    3. All I Want Is You
    4. Out of the Blue
    5. If It Takes All Night
    6. Bitter Sweet
    7. Triptych
    8. Casanova
    9. A Really Good Time
    10. Prairie Rose
    Roxy Music
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  • More Songs About Buildings And Food More Songs About Buildings And Food Quick View

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    More Songs About Buildings And Food

    The title of Talking Heads' second album, More Songs About Buildings and Food, slyly addressed the sophomore record syndrome, in which songs not used on a first LP are mixed with hastily written new material. If the band's sound seems more conventional, the reason simply may be that one had encountered the odd song structures, staccato rhythms, strained vocals, and impressionistic lyrics once before. Another was that new co-producer Brian Eno brought a musical unity that tied the album together, especially in terms of the rhythm section, the sequencing, the pacing, and the mixing. Where Talking Heads had largely been about David Byrne's voice and words, Eno moved the emphasis to the bass-and-drums team of Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz; all the songs were danceable, and there were only short breaks between them.


    Byrne held his own, however, and he continued to explore the eccentric, if not demented persona first heard on 77, whether he was adding to his observations on boys and girls or turning his Psycho Killer into an artist in Artists Only. Through the first nine tracks, More Songs was the successor to 77, which would not have earned it landmark status or made it the commercial breakthrough it became. It was the last two songs that pushed the album over those hurdles. First there was an inspired cover of Al Green's Take Me to the River; released as a single, it made the Top 40 and pushed the album to gold-record status. Second was the album closer, The Big Country, Byrne's country-tinged reflection on flying over middle America; it crystallized his artist-vs.-ordinary people perspective in unusually direct and dismissive terms, turning the old Chuck Berry patriotic travelogue theme of rock & roll on its head and employing a great hook in the process.


    - William Ruhlmann (All Music Guide)

    1. Thank You For Sending Me An Angel
    2. With Our Love
    3. The Good Thing
    4. Warning Sign
    5. The Girls Want To Be With the Girls
    6. Found A Job
    7. Artists Only
    8. I'm Not In Love
    9. Stay Hungry
    10. Take Me To the River
    11. The Big Country
    Talking Heads
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  • Remain In Light (Awaiting Repress) Remain In Light (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Remain In Light (Awaiting Repress)

    Ranked 126/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Cut from the Original Analog Masters and Pressed at RTI for Stunning Sound!


    Formed in the mid 70s by art school chums David Byrne, Chris Franz, and Tina Weymouth and ex-Modern Lover Jerry Harrison, Talking Heads rose out of the CBGB punk crucible and proved themselves one of the most artistically adventurous and influential bands of all time. Their visionary, polyrhythmic sound fused elements including rock, funk, and punk with diverse world beats, avant-garde minimalism, and pure pop genius.


    From their 1977 debut through their Brian Eno and self-produced classics and on to their swan song (1988's Steve Lillywhite-produced Naked), Talking Heads constantly broke creative boundaries while also scoring smart radio hits including "Burning Down The House," "Wild Wild Life," and, from 1980's Remain In Light, the brilliant "Once In A Lifetime."


    Considered by many fans and critics alike to be the band's best album, Remain In Light was the third release in the Heads/Eno trilogy and fourth overall. More melodic and funkier sounding than that of its predecessors, the recording finds the band further exploring the African rhythms hinted at on 1979's Fear of Music with the help of a growing personnel that now included Adrian Belew (guitar), Bernie Worrell (keyboards), Steven Scales (percussion) and backing vocalists. As propulsive and essential as ever here on 180 gram vinyl courtesy of Warner Bros. Records!


    "On this New Wave watershed, the avant-punk avatars became polyrhythmic pop magicians. David Byrne and Co. combined the thrust of P-Funk, the kinky grooves of Afropop and the studied adventurousness of producer Brian Eno - and they still had a pop hit with 'Once in a Lifetime'." - Rolling Stone


    The Great Curve
    Crosseyed and Painless
    Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On)
    Houses In Motion
    Once In A Lifetime
    Listening Wind
    Seen and Not Seen
    The Overload
    Talking Heads
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  • Reflection Reflection Quick View

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    Reflection

    Reflection is the latest work in a long series. It started (as far as record releases are concerned) with Discreet Music in 1975 ( - or did it start with the first Fripp and Eno album in 1973? Or did it start with the first original piece of music I ever made, at Ipswich Art School in 1965 - recordings of a metal lampshade slowed down to half and quarter speed, all overlaid?)


    Anyway, it's the music that I later called 'Ambient'. I don't think I understand what that term stands for anymore - it seems to have swollen to accommodate some quite unexpected bedfellows - but I still use it to distinguish it from pieces of music that have fixed duration and rhythmically connected, locked together elements.


    The pedigree of this piece includes Thursday Afternoon, Neroli (whose subtitle is Thinking Music IV) and LUX. I've made a lot of thinking music, but most of it I've kept for myself. Now I notice that people are using some of those earlier records in the way that I use them - as provocative spaces for thinking - so I feel more inclined to make them public.


    Pieces like this have another name: they're GENERATIVE. By that I mean they make themselves. My job as a composer is to set in place a group of sounds and phrases, and then some rules which decide what happens to them. I then set the whole system playing and see what it does, adjusting the sounds and the phrases and the rules until I get something I'm happy with. Because those rules are probabilistic ( - often taking the form 'perform operation x, y percent of the time') the piece unfolds differently every time it is activated. What you have here is a recording of one of those unfoldings.

    1. Reflection
    Brian Eno
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  • Present Tense Present Tense Quick View

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    Present Tense


    Heavyweight Vinyl In A Gatefold Jacket


    Wild Beasts' Present Tense is a dramatically new album. Gleaming and sparkling with 1980s and
    1990s electronic sound rethought and retooled with exquisite detail for the 21st century. It doesn't
    sound like any boys-with-guitars band you've ever heard. And despite the coherence of its sweeping
    song structures, it wasn't written so much as constructed from the ground up from tiny phrases and
    fragments, then it was layered together in the studio by Wild Beasts with co-producers Lexxx
    and Brian Eno protege Leo Abrahams. "We spent ages programming and piecing individual parts
    together," says the band's drummer Chris Talbot, "it was built on computers rather than played first, and
    we had the feeling that anyone in the band could do anything without feeling they had one role to stick
    to." Even using this cut and paste recording style the band somehow retains all of the coherence that
    can only come from years playing together in basements and on stages. Wild Beasts have created their
    own world which the listener has no choice but to enter and immerse themselves in.


    Wild Beasts are more of a band than most bands. They've spent their career thus far deconstructing
    exactly what it is to be a band, trying to escape the constraints of what is expected from four lads
    playing together - and more so than ever on the deliberately synthetic, instrument-swapping Present
    Tense. But here they are, four albums down and more than eight years since they first played together
    in this lineup, still feeling like a gang, still feeling like a band as it is supposed to be, with a single clear
    vision and sound. Just a few minutes in a room together with them, seeing how their four distinct
    personalities play off one another, and it's obvious.


    WILD BEASTS are:

    Hayden Thorpe - vocals, guitar, bass, keys

    Tom Fleming - vocals, guitar, bass, keys

    Ben Little - guitar, keys

    Chris Talbot - drums

    1. Wanderlust
    2. Nature Boy
    3. Mecca
    4. Sweet Spot
    5. Daughters
    6. Pregnant Pause
    7. A Simple Beautiful Truth
    8. A Dog's Life
    9. Past Perfect
    10. New Life
    11. Palace
    Wild Beasts
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  • Ghost Tropic Ghost Tropic Quick View

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    Ghost Tropic

    The sound movement on GHOST TROPIC will seem sudden to some; without warning. To others, it'll seem a very logical step in a very foreign direction. On its fifth proper full-length, Songs: Ohia has stepped outside the box and has delivered its most subtle record of fantastic depth to date. Indeed this is the most cohesive and album-like Songs: Ohia has ever been. The eight songs on the record sprawl out into one another, telling one long sonic tale, allowing very little room for chapter breaks or piss stops. In this regard, Lou Reed's moody classic BERLIN comes to mind as a worthy fore-bearer. But it's the strange ethnic flavor in which GHOST TROPIC is steeped that makes it stand apart from its predecessors, albums which were all received as crossing guards for the Great American lost highway. Surely this album will leave those expecting such fare scratching their heads. Blending the electro-acoustic minimalism of the David Bowie and Brian Eno Trilogy with the percussive worldliness of Tom Waits' SWORDFISHTROMBONES, the group seems to hop the globe from a British Isles folk rock influence to an Ennio Morricone-like Spaghetti Western feel to the faintest echoes of the Chinese Classical ringing like a death murmur in the distance. And the songs, they build in a slow, unconscious manner, pulsing with an intensity, but never betraying their most simple core with too much instrumentation or calculated progression. Yea! GHOST TROPIC is the first album which reveals Songs: Ohia's own Tropicalia Blues in full bloom.
    Lightning Risked It All
    Body Burned Away
    No Limits on the Words
    Ghost Tropic
    Ocean's Nerves
    Not Just a Ghost's Heart
    Ghost Tropic
    Incantation
    Songs: Ohia
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  • Roxy Music Roxy Music Quick View

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    Roxy Music

    Simultaneously embracing kitschy glamour and avant-pop, Roxy Music's self-titled debut shimmers with seductive style and pulsates with disturbing synthetic textures. Bryan Ferry tracks out his nightclub glamour-boy persona here and his wandering vibratos sail over Brian Eno's atonal flourishes, but what really makes Roxy Music such a confident, astonishing debut is how these primitive avant-garde tendencies are married to full-fledged songs, whether it's the free-form, structure-bending Remake/Remodel or the sleek glam of Virginia Plain.
    1. Re-Make/Re-Model
    2. Ladytron
    3. If There Is Something
    4. Virginia Plain
    5. 2 H.B.
    6. The Bob (Medley)
    7. Chance Meeting
    8. Would You Believe?
    9. Sea Breeze
    10. Bitters End
    Roxy Music
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  • My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts Quick View

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    My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts

    Now approaching its 25th anniversary, Brian Eno and David Byrnes My Life in the Bush of Ghosts appears downright visionary. With its found vocals, cut-and paste arrangements, funked-up rhythms and embrace of influences from all around the globe, the duos controversial work anticipated the creative cross-pollination and technological innovation of contemporary electronic dance music, world music, hip hop and alternative rock. You can hear echoes of My Life in the Bush of Ghosts in the anthems Moby built around vintage vocal samples, in the outrageously exotic beats of Missy Elliot and Timbaland, in the Middle Eastern-accented chill-out tracks of Thievery Corporation or Bjorks otherworldly soundscapes.


    Back in the day, however, critics were divided and audiences were, well, confused. Eno and Byrne themselves didnt know quite what they were looking for at first. They shard an enthusiasm for African music, especially the hypnotic grooves of Nigerian Feka Kuti, and a desire to free themselves from the constraints of conventional songwriting. They embarked on a nomadic journey through studios in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The players who accompanied them on these sessions included drummers Chris Frantz (Talking Heads) and Prairie Prince (The Tubes), bassist Bill Laswell (Material) and Tim Wright (DNA), avant-garde percussionist Dave Van Teighem and conga player Steve Scales, part of the Remain In Light live band. The result of their labors was an album that married West African and American R&B rhythms with the impassioned voices of talk-show hosts and evangelists taped off the radio or the evocative sound of prayerful singers culled from Middle Eastern field recordings. Byrne recalls their entire adventure in fascinating liner notes that detail the recording process and address the resulting critical furor. My Life in the Bush of Ghosts was cut between Talking Heads Fear of Music (1979) and Remain In Light (1980), but sample clearance issues, an almost unheard-of-problem in the analog era, kept it on hold until 1981.

    1. America is Waiting
    2. Mea Culpa
    3. Regiment
    4. Help Me Somebody
    5. The Jezebel Spirit
    6. Very, Very Hungry
    7. Moonlight in Glory
    8. The Carrier
    9. A Secret Life
    10. Come With Us
    11. Mountain of Needles
    David Byrne and Brian Eno
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  • Fear Fear Quick View

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    Fear

    Nearly five years into his solo career, Velvet Underground alum John Cale headed to the studio to reinvent himself yet again in 1974. The result, Fear, became the first of a trio of eclectic albums all released in a period spanning just inside 14 months for Island Records. On this, his fourth solo release and first collaboration with Roxy Music's Phil Manzanera and Brian Eno, Cale changes form with every composition.


    Back on domestic vinyl for the first time in decades, this RTI-pressed edition of Fear is cut at Mobile Fidelity by in-house engineer Krieg Wunderlich and features stunning sonics. Quiet surfaces, faithful artwork, and the opportunity to hear Cale's incisive fare unfold amidst wide soundstages and black backgrounds-not to mention the intense content within-make this Wax Cathedral LP a must for music aficionados.


    A smooth, textured departure from the clamor of the Velvets but a darker, more rage-filled concoction than Cale's 1973 set Paris 1919, Fear amazes with boundless range. Whether he's channeling the sweet, gentle Doctor Jekyll in symphonic ballads like "Emily and Ship of Fools, sharpening his teeth as the demented Mr. Hyde in the graffiti-strewn city-rock anthem "Gun, or thrilling with morbid joy in Fear is a Man's Best Friend," Cale effortlessly metamorphoses from one persona to the next. The whimsical Man Who Couldn't Afford to Orgy bounces into the earnest, misty You Know Me More than I Know."


    In the background, Manzanera's guitar buzzes and stings as Eno sculpts a changing landscape of textures with his synthesizer. Infused with sarcastic or cynical lyrics, sweeping melodies, and a wide-eyed sense of exploration, Fear spins rage into beauty and back again.


    Cale is a shapeshifter. Listen to him transform.

    1. Fear is a Man's Best Friend
    2. Buffalo Ballet
    3. Barracuda
    4. Emily
    5. Ship of Fools
    6. Gun
    7. The Man Who Couldn't Afford to Orgy
    8. You Know More Than I Know
    9. Momamma Scuba
    John Cale
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    Slow Dazzle

    In 1975, mad scientist and Velvet Underground alum John Cale returned to the lab to record another experiment. Slow Dazzle, his fifth solo album and second collaboration with Roxy Music's Brian Eno and Phil Manzanera, dissects rock and avant-garde, hacks the limbs off of pop and jazz, and fuses the styles together into a limber, impassioned creation.


    Back on domestic vinyl for the first time in decades, this RTI-pressed edition of Slow Dazzle is cut at Mobile Fidelity by in-house engineer Krieg Wunderlich and features stunning sonics. Quiet surfaces, faithful artwork, and the opportunity to hear Cale's incisive fare unfold amidst wide soundstages and black backgrounds-not to mention the emotionally unsettling content within-make this Wax Cathedral LP a must for music aficionados.


    Sometimes jaunty and beer-soaked, sometimes maniacally spitting into the microphone about killing his wife's lover, sometimes despairing, sometimes sweet, Cale holds forth with schizophrenic authority. Manzanera's sordid guitar dirges ambidextrously switch to cheerful riffs as Eno's synthesizer rubber-bands its way through sunshine and smoke-machine fog. Chris Thomas, who recorded with the Beatles and engineered albums for Pink Floyd and the Sex Pistols, throws haunted violin and dissonant electric piano into the formula.


    Whether he's heaping neon sleaze atop earnest surf harmonies in an ode to the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson (Mr. Wilson), lulling you into a blurred, easy-listening trance (Ski Patrol, I'm Not the Loving Kind), or growling a pre-goth era cover of Elvis' Heartbreak Hotel" with mascara-running intensity, Cale delivers an elastic range of artistry. Ditties like "Dirty Ass Rock 'N' Roll" and "Guts" place psychopath tendencies into the body of a catchy pop song, turn up the electricity, twitch, and grab.


    By all means, Cale's experiment was a success. Slow Dazzle is alive.

    1. Mr. Wilson
    2. Taking It All Away
    3. Dirty-Ass Rock 'N' Roll
    4. Darling I Need You
    5. Rollaroll
    6. Heartbreak Hotel
    7. Ski Patrol
    8. I'm Not The Loving Kind
    9. Guts
    10. The Jeweller
    John Cale
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    Insides

    Jon Hopkins is a musical shape shifter: a composer, pianist and a self-taught studio wizard. He makes big, bold electronic music using walls of synths, twinkling melodies and amorphous bass rumbles. As such his two albums have seen him labeled by the likes of ambient patriarch Brian Eno as an electronic innovator while an impressive sweep of artists from Herbie Hancock to David Holmes, not to mention contemporary choreographer Wayne McGregor, lo-fi folkster King Creosote and musical blue bloods Coldplay, have all called upon the 28-year-old Londoner's handiwork as a producer and composer.


    On Insides, his Domino debut, Hopkins showcases an intriguing musical aesthetic to brilliant effect. Insides is about juxtaposition: natural, arcane textures welded to pulsing, hypnotic rhythms, beautiful acoustic melodies set against jarring bass. The music is reminiscent of the beautiful melodies and harsh dirty beats of other British artists like Four Tet, Squarepusher, Burial and Aphex Twin. Above all, Insides is an audacious album which boasts a magical aura all of its own.


    Hopkins' talents caught the ears of Brian Eno, who enlisted him to work on his Another Day on Earth album and most recently on Coldplay's Viva la Vida. In fact, Coldplay were so taken with Hopkins' music, the band asked him to rework the track Light Through the Veins (from Insides) to bookend their album. The pairing eventually led to an invitation to Hopkins to join the band on its 2008 USA, European and Japanese tour, both as an opening act and pre-show DJ.

    1. The Wider Son
    2. Vessel
    3. Insides
    4. Wire
    5. Colour Eye
    6. Light Through The Veins
    7. The Low Places
    8. Small Memory
    9. A Drifting Up
    10. Autumn Hill
    Jon Hopkins
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  • The Ship The Ship Quick View

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    The Ship

    Humankind seems to teeter between hubris and paranoia: the hubris of our ever-growing power contrasts with the paranoia that we're permanently and increasingly under threat. At the zenith we realize we have to come down again...we know that we have more than we deserve or can defend, so we become nervous. Somebody, something is going to take it all from us: that is the dread of the wealthy. Paranoia leads to defensiveness, and we all end up in the trenches facing each other across the mud." - Brian Eno The Ship, a new album by Brian Eno, will be released by Warp Records.


    The Ship is Eno's first solo record since 2012's Grammy- nominated LUX. Originally conceived from experiments with three dimensional recording techniques and formed in two, interconnected parts, The Ship is almost as much musical novel as traditional album. Eno brings together beautiful songs, minimalist ambience, physical electronics, omniscient narratives and technical innovation into a single, cinematic suite. The result is the very best of Eno, a record without parallel in his catalogue.


    The album opens with the 21-minute eponymously titled "The Ship" on which Eno's cyclically sung sea-chant builds in ominous drama, followed by "Fickle Sun", a song in three movements. The first continues where "The Ship" left but with Eno's voice sounding more upfront, determined, even despairing. The album's finale is a Lou Reed penned cover of The Velvet Underground's "I'm Set Free", a band who were famously credited by Eno as the inspiration behind his early music explorations as an art student. Coinciding with The Ship's release, a series of Eno installations will be happening around the world at which you will be able to hear an alternative telling of The Ship in multi-channel 3-dimensional sound installations.

    1. The Ship
    2. Fickle Sun
    i. Fickle Sun
    ii. The Hour Is Thin
    iii. I'm Set Free
    Brian Eno
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    Low Symphony

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    Available On Vinyl For The First Time


    Low Symphony, composed by Philip Glass in the spring of 1992, is based on the record Low by David Bowie and Brian Eno, first released in 1977. Glass took themes from three of the instrumentals on the original and, combining them with his own material, used them as the basis of three movements of the Low Symphony. Movement One comes from Subterraneans, Movement Two from Some Are, which was not featured on Bowie's original recording, and Movement Three from Warszawa.


    The Low Symphony was performed by the Brooklyn Philharmonic orchestra under the batons of Dennis Russell Davies, principal conductor, and Karen Kamensek, assistant conductor. Philip Glass allowed ideas of Bowie and Brian Eno, who worked together on Low, to influence how he worked on the music, leading to surprising musical conclusions and becoming a real collaboration between the music of all three maestros. This is the first ever vinyl issue of Low Symphony!

    1. Subterraneans
    2. Some Are
    3. Warszawa
    Philip Glass
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    Lux

    Lux is Brian Eno's first solo album on Warp Records and his first solo release since 2005's Another Day On Earth. It finds him expanding upon the types of themes and sonic textures that were present on such classic albums as Music For Films, Music For Airports and Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks. Eno sees it as a continuation of his 'Music for Thinking' project that includes Discreet Music (1975) and Neroli (1993).


    Lux is one of Eno's most ambitious works to date, a 76 minute composition in twelve sections that evolved from a work currently housed in the Great Gallery of the Palace of Venaria in Turin, Italy. The album is Eno's third for Warp, following Small Craft on a Milk Sea (with Jon Hopkins and Leo Abrahams) and Drums Between The Bells (with Rick Holland).

    1. LUX 1 (19:22)
    2. LUX 2 (18:14)
    3. LUX 3 (19:19)
    4. LUX 4 (18:28)
    Brian Eno
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    The Obscure Department

    In the follow-up to his acclaimed debut "Woodland
    Conspiracy", the guitarist and singer-songwriter Robert
    Coyne has now released his second album on the Meyer
    Records label, entitled The Obscure Department.


    Featured on the cover next to Robert Coyne is Jaki Liebezeit, the legendary
    Can drummer and percussionist, who has collaborated with the son of the
    British multitalent Kevin Coyne on this latest 12-track offering. Supported by
    Liebezeit's subtle, yet incisive drumming, the simplicity and intimacy of
    Coyne's lyricism, together with his mellifluous and sophisticated vocals,
    combine to conjure a compelling and evocative sound. A fascinating and
    highly successful experiment.


    Jaki Liebezeit is a drummer probably best known as a founding member of
    Can who has been called one of the few drummers to convincingly meld
    the funky and the cerebral. ,,In the mid-1960s, he was part of Manfred
    Schoof's quintet, who were early exponents of European Free Jazz.


    He subsequently moved towards the new possibilities being opened by
    psychedelic music as a member of Can. His drumming was prominent in the
    band's sound, particularly in his much-admired contribution to the side-long
    Halleluhwah on Tago Mago. Liebezeit is best known for his exceptional
    metronome style of playing; other members of Can have suggested that
    he sounds as though he is half man, half machine.


    In 1980, he became a member of Phantomband, and has formed drum
    ensembles such as Drums off Chaos and Club off Chaos. Later he recorded
    with numerous musicians, such as Jah Wobble and Philip Jeck, with whom
    he produced an album for Jah Wobble's 30 Hertz Records, and has
    contributed drums and percussion to many albums as a guest throughout
    the years, such as the Depeche Mode album Ultra and Brian Eno's album
    Before and After Science. Recently, he has worked with Burnt Friedman on
    the Secret Rhythms albums and with Schiller on the Atemlos album.

    1. Signature Song
    2. Delicate Flower
    3. Dove Of Peace
    4. The Wonder Of Me
    5. Why Would I Remember You
    6. Interlude
    7. 21st Century Magic
    8. White Residue
    9. Masterclass
    10. Laugh Now
    11. Coda
    12. The Obscure Department
    Robert Coyne With Jaki Liebezeit
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    Someday World

    Brian Eno and Karl Hyde (of Underworld) come together with a new album to be released this May on Warp Records. This is the first vocal/band project from Eno since 2008's David Byrne collaboration. Someday World comprises nine songs, composed and sung by Eno & Hyde together with a highly distinguished cast of supporting musicians, including Eno's Roxy Music bandmate Andy Mackay, Tessa Angus, Nell Catchpole, Marianna Champion, Will Champion, Kasia Daszykowska, Don E., Darla Eno, Georgia Gibson, John Reynolds and Chris Vatalaro. Following his 2013 Grammy nominated album LUX, Brian Eno produced this new album with 20 year old Fred Gibson, and continues an ongoing collaboration between Hyde & Eno which sees the two together on a complete album for the first time. "I had a big collection of 'beginnings' sitting around waiting for something to galvanise them into life, to make them more than just 'experiments'. That something turned out to be Karl Hyde." -Brian Eno
    1. The Satellites
    2. Daddy's Car
    3. A Man Wakes Up
    4. Witness
    5. Strip It Down
    6. Mother Of A Dog
    7. Who Rings The Bell
    8. When I Built This World
    9. To Us All
    Eno & Hyde
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    High Life

    Written and recorded across a series of recording sessions in April of 2014 (some of which were open to selected media from around the world), none of the music on High Life existed before Someday World was completed! The resulting record, at 6 tracks and 45 minutes, is the clearest expression yet of the 'Reichkuti' (Steve Reich meets Fela Kuti) direction that first brought the Eno Hyde collaboration into being. And as the polyrhythms and melodies build, swirl and syncopate, the album feels truly alive with the energy of this time in the studio. High Life reunites Eno and Hyde with the 20 year old producer/multi-instrumentalist Fred Gibson, previous Eno-collaborator Leo Abrahams on guitar, drummer Chris Vatalaro, and keyboardist Don E. Taken alongside Someday World, it provides a fascinating insight in to how consistent influences can lead to very different but connected music, and continues to tell the story of two iconic musicians collaborating and exploring together. We look forward to seeing how fans select their own favorites across the two albums.
    LP1
    1. Return
    2. Slow Down, Sit Down & Breathe
    3. Lilac
    4. Moulded Life


    LP2
    1. DBF
    2. Time to Waste It
    3. On a Grey Day
    4. Cells & Bells

    Eno & Hyde
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    Wah Wah

    Wah Wah, the sixth full-length release by the Manchester indie rock group James, was produced by Brian Eno and Markus Dravs during the same six-week session as Laid. Although the group had always been keen on improvisation, both as their principal songwriting method and onstage, this was their first (and, thus far, only) album to be composed entirely of such material.
    Hammer Strings
    Pressure's On
    Jam J
    Frequency Dip
    Lay the Law Down
    Burn the Cat
    Maria
    Low Clouds (1)
    Building a Fire
    Gospel Oak
    DVV
    Say Say Something
    Rhythmic Dreams
    Dead Man
    Rain Whistling
    Basic Brian
    Low Clouds (2)
    Bottom of the Well
    Honest Joe
    Arabic Agony
    Tomorrow
    Laughter
    Sayonara
    James
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    Prints

    This duo consists of multi-instrumentalist Kenseth Thibideau (Tarentel, Sleeping People, Pinback) and Zac Nelson (Who's Your Favorite Son God). Merging the eclectic instrumentation of Talking Heads with the ethereal vocals of Peter Gabriel, the two mingle the precision of Brian Eno with the jubilance of Brian Wilson. Unvarnished performances and otherworldly themes. The lyrics create a lucid, dreamlike environment, marrying disparate images into fantastic and sometimes comical scenarios. "Prints" is that rarest of pop records, consistently rewarding with repeated listens.



    1.Easy Magic

    2.Too Much Water

    3.Pretty Tick

    4.Meditation

    5.Blue Jay

    6.I Wanna Know

    7.All We Knead

    8.End

    Prints
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    Flesh And Machine


    LP Contains CD Of Full Album


    Daniel Lanois is one of the most influential record producers
    of the modern era: the man who brought Bob Dylan back;
    longtime collaborator with Brian Eno, soundsculpting a series
    of mammoth releases for U2; and producer of breakthrough
    late-career albums by Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris. But
    before all that, Daniel Lanois was an experimental musician, recording his unique guitar voicings for groundbreaking albums
    with guys like Brian Eno and Jon Hassell, along the way helping
    to invent a genre called ambient music. What is lost in the
    wild success of his production career is Lanois' musical life at
    the edge, which is where Flesh and Machine, his new album
    on ANTI-, comes full circle.


    A wildly ambitious, diverse exploration of modern sonics, Flesh and Machine careens from the
    huge guitar skronk of "The End" to the haunted landscapes of
    "Iceland." But perhaps for the first time, Lanois' new album
    highlights the strange parallel evolution that has taken place in Daniel's music; alongside
    the developments in IDM that launched from the same 70s avante-intrumental roots as Eno
    and company, Lanois' music has developed a rhythmic complexity heard in the most adventurous music by Autechre or Matmos. Only for Lanois, nothing is digital. Dense, visceral
    music that combines the primitive stomach-pounding volume of rock with the heartbreaking
    found sonics of early electronic music, Flesh and Machine reminds us that we are bodies in a
    mechanized world, and that in the midst of our digital noise we must not forget to breathe.

    1. Rocco
    2. The End
    3. Sioux Lookout
    4. Tamboura Jah
    5. Two Bushas
    6. Space Love
    7. Iceland
    8. My First Love
    9. Opera
    10. Aquatic
    11. Forest City
    Daniel Lanois
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    The Unforgettable Fire

    Remastered


    The Unforgettable Fire is U2's first album featuring the production team of Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. Moody gems such as A Sort of Homecoming and the entrancing Bad set the table for more explosive fare such as Pride, Wire, and the title track. This is the album that made U2 a career act, showing that their music could grow by leaps and bounds, even at the hand of another, without sacrificing its soul.


    Features the original 10-track album on one 180g heavyweight vinyl LP plus a 16-page booklet.

    1. A Sort Of Homecoming
    2. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
    3. Wire
    4. The Unforgettable Fire
    5. Promenade
    6. 4th Of July
    7. Bad
    8. Indian Summer Sky
    9. Elvis Presley And America
    10. MLK
    U2
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