Variations: Brian Eno With Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno.
Brian Eno is ranked number 98 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 23,924 (this takes into account any aliases or variations).
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- New Composers Sp. Guest Brian Eno
- Reigakusya, Brian Eno And J. Peter Schwalm
- Roxy Music
- Brian Eno & David Byrne
- Brian Eno With Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno
- Harold Budd & Brian Eno
- Fripp & Eno
- Brian Eno & John Cale
- Harold Budd / Brian Eno / Daniel Lanois
- Jon Hassell & Brian Eno
- Cluster & Eno
- Brian Eno & J. Peter Schwalm
- Bang On A Can & Brian Eno
- Eno / Moebius / Roedelius
- Brian Eno & Roger Eno
- Ayers, Cale, Nico, Eno
- Eno / Moebius / Roedelius / Plank
- Tom Rogerson With Brian Eno
- Michael Brook / Brian Eno / Daniel Lanois
- Brian Eno & Rick Holland
- Brian Eno & Jah Wobble
- Brian Eno With Kevin Shields
- Brian Eno & Pete Sinfield
- Okano Reiko / Yumemakura Baku / Reigakusya / Brian Eno With Peter Schwalm
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This artist is rated in the top 1% of all artists on BestEverAlbums.com. This artist has a Bayesian average rating of 84.6/100, a mean average of 84.1/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 85.5/100. The standard deviation for this artist is 15.3.
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One of the most underrated musicians of rock history. Every time I listen to him he gets to blow my mind.
Absolute musical genius, completely pivotal and earth-shatteringly important, amazing. And very beautiful yet super-clever music, he is made of the earth
A magician with sound
I think that if any one person has changed music in the last thirty years, it was Eno. He invented ambience (or at least coined the phrase) and brought it to all his work, earth-shaking masterpieces like Remain in Light, The Joshua Tree and Viva La Vida. Without this man, rock would have stayed where it was in the eighties (ew). Bands like Wilco, Radiohead and The Flaming Lips probably have Eno productions in their libraries.
I don't know why, but everything I listen to from this guy puts me to sleep. Earthling put me to sleep in general, but especially the parts he produced. Low sounds just like elevator music. The Joshua Tree was overly poppy for me.
Even albums that were simply inspired by Eno, such as Kid A, I don't understand.
to be fair, eno has had his hand in a few very stale pies in the past.. i'm thinking devo/david bowie. however, his ambient series and another green world are stunning atmospheres that are not neccesarily best enjoyed consciously.. but if you put them on in the background, you'll notice a very subtle change in vibe.. try listening to "on land" on very large speakers..
you like the joshua tree though! he produced that!
Not mine :P
This guy has probably produced an album on your chart.
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