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A Tribute To The Music & Works Of Brian Eno

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Becalmed - Another Green World
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Here Come The Warm Jets
Artist: Chrome
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Somber Reptiles
Artist: Controlled Bleeding
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Sky Saw
Artist: Brand X
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TheTrue Wheel
Artist: Farflung
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Warszawa - De Benedictus/Maroulis
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Third Uncle
Artist: Astralasia
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Baby's On Fire
Artist: The Electric Hellfire Club
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Energy Fools The Magician - Alien Planetscapes
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The Secret Place - DarXtra
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An Ending
Artist: Surface 10
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 54:14

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Mark Richardson is the Editor-in-Chief of Pitchfork and he lives in Chicago. His column, "Resonant Frequency," appears on the site monthly.

04.22.11
Various Artists - Cleopatra Records, A Tribute To The Music & Works Of Brian Eno
1999 | Label: Cleopatra Records / The Orchard

Brian Eno is a difficult subject for a tribute record, especially if attempting any kind of career overview. First, there's the matter of his two identities, weighing the less plentiful experimental pop work against the depth of his ambient catalog. Then there's the subtlety and specificity of his music, in which particular timbres arrived at after long hours of studio tinkering are essential to the overall effect of a piece. So it's not surprising that… read more »

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Cleopatra earns points on its Brian Eno tribute album for actually including a few respected artists like Chrome, Controlled Bleeding and Astralasia as well as label-patsies and no-names like the Electric Hellfire Club, FarFlung, Brand X and Surface 10. The latter appear to owe more to White Zombie than Eno, and much of this album sounds like it. – John Bush