Here Come The Warm Jets (studio album) by Brian Eno
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The best album by Brian Eno is Another Green World which is ranked number 173 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 9,338.
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I really like some tracks here, but some of them I just can't stand, I prefer his later projects.
nice album but wildly inconsistent. some songs are passionate displays of emotion while many are just above average rock songs. Lots of talent, but not quite the finesse of the albums it reminds me of, like some of VU's stuff or Bowie's.
At first, listen, this kind of stuff is very challenging for me to grab. Not actively hate it.
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Fantastic album of immaculate sounding, experimental and yet hooky songs. As others have noted, this is far more similar to other early 70s glam rock than Eno's later ambient work. As someone who far prefers glam rock to ambient music, that's fine with me. In fact, I prefer this album to any of Roxy Music's work. I quite like Eno's voice, even though he himself didn't seem to be a big fan.
The high points on this album are simply stunning, with On Some Faraway Beach and Some of Them Are Old standing out as exceptionally beautiful tracks (OSFB could almost bring me to tears). Needles in the Camel's Eye is a top-tier glam rocker (used to great effect at the beginning of Velvet Goldmine - a movie I'd recommend to any glam rock fans), while Baby's on Fire has one of the most intricately explosive solos (courtesy of King Crimson's Robert Fripp) I've ever heard. It all wraps up in one of Eno's earlier ambient experiments, the wonderful title track, which I can honestly just zone out and listen to on repeat and be perfectly content.
While it's not a perfect album, each track has something new to discover on repeat listens. Highly recommended to fans of glam rock, as well as anyone looking for an album of pop songs crafted by one music's most creative minds.
Songier than I expected from an Eno album, and therefore more enjoyable.
Favorite Tracks:Te Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch, Baby's On Fire, Driving Me Backwards, On Some Faraway Beach, Blank Frank
Favourite track: "Here Come The Warm Jets"
Least-liked track: "Driving Me Backwards"
Experimental glam rock refreshingly different to his later ambient pieces (not that his ambient music isn't good). "Jets" is filled with in-your-face idiosyncrasies whilst still being somewhat catchy. A terrific debut & a fascinating precursor to Eno's masterpiece "Another Green World".
Overall imoact: Very good
Historal impact: Well appreciated
Emotional impact: Very good
Production value: Excellent
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