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Another Green World-Brian Eno

Genre: Somewhere between ambient and prog.

Best producer of all time and all around genius' magnum opus released under his own name. While considered a "song" album, this description proves inaccurate considering that only 6 of the tracks have words. Made with manymanymany guest musicians. Robert Fripp's guitar solo on "St. Elmo's Fire" is the most beautiful, transcendent, and lyrical ever recorded. Prolly the peak of art-as-rock, maybe in competition with David Bowie's Low (Which, not so coincidentally, heavily features Eno.)

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Green World. Gorillaz.



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