Brian Eno, Another Green World

Easily one of the most compelling, distinct (and best) albums ever recorded, Another Green World marks an important turning point in Brian Eno’s career (and, truthfully, perhaps the whole of music), showcasing the perfect glam(ish)-pop gems for which Eno had prior been known so well alongside moodier, more introspective tracks (many of which seem to be his first recorded experiments in ambient music). Best tracks: ‘St. Elmo's Fire,’ ‘Golden Hours.’


Andrew Womack is a founding editor of The Morning News. He is always working on the next installment of the Albums of the Year series at TMN. More by Andrew Womack

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