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Dig Your Own Hole - 25th Anniversary Re-Issue

    The Chemical Brothers have announced details of a 25th anniversary reissue of their visionary breakthrough second album.

    Dig Your Own Hole was recorded and road tested in the underground. On its release on 7th April 1997, the duo’s second album immediately redrew the boundaries of the mainstream. What had been created as a relentless, rapturous soundtrack to basements and backrooms entered the UK album charts at No 1 on the back of two No 1 singles (Setting Sun and Block Rockin’ Beats), and the US Billboard charts at No 14. The first British electronic record to crack the US rock charts, it would go on to sell half a million copies in the States in six months.

    Dig Your Own Hole always was, and always will be, a total trip. Painstakingly constructed like a mixtape, Dig… is an hour spent travelling through a kaleidoscopic tunnel; a tumble into a rabbit hole, destination unknown and light source not always visible. Once on the journey, gear changes shift the music’s speed without warning; bass and drums lock into a metronomic union, vocal samples fly in and out of the darkness. And it all builds, and builds, towards a giant, deeply psychedelic crescendo, a chaos cascade of woodwind and distorted noise.

    There are myriad voices and musical contributors woven into the sonic fabric of the record - Oasis’ Noel Gallagher on Setting Sun, regular guest Beth Orton on Where Do I Begin, fellow astral travellers Mercury Rev on The Private Psychedelic Reel, samples of rapper Schooly D and DJ Kool Herc, liquid bass from Seggs and Ali Friend - yet each individual melds into the artistic greater good. No one reroutes the Chemical Brothers’ distinctive direction of travel. How could one even begin to try to?

    The 25th Anniversary edition of Dig Your Own Hole features five previously unreleased tracks and alternate versions from the recording sessions. The first of these - a frenetic demo version of Elektrobank - is digitally everywhere today; the other four tracks (previously unreleased recordings Cylinders and I Love Tekno and alternate mixes of It Doesn’t Matter and Where Do I Begin) will follow in the coming weeks,

    The album will be available as a CD with the 5 new tracks. The bonus tracks will each be released digitally over the coming weeks.


    1. Block Rockin’ Beats
    2. Dig Your Own Hole
    3. Elektrobank
    4. Piku
    5. Setting Sun
    6. It Doesn’t Matter
    7. Don’t Stop The Rock
    8. Get Up On It Like This
    9. Lost In The K‐Hole
    10. Where Do I Begin
    11. The Private Psychedelic Reel

    Bonus Tracks:
    12. It Doesn’t Matter (Alt Mix) 28/9/96
    13. I Love Tekno (Alt Mix) 4/10/96
    14. Elektrobank (Demo) 3/6/96
    15. Cylinders 25/9/96
    16. Where Do I Begin (Alt Mix) 15/6/96 

    Kanye West


      Donda is the tenth studio album by American rapper Kanye West, released through GOOD Music, with distribution handled by Def Jam Recordings. It is West's final album for Def Jam, as he fulfilled his contract with the label with this album.[1] West recorded much of the material at multiple locations in the summer of 2021, including Bighorn Mountain Ranch in Wyoming and Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. It features guest vocals from the Sunday Service Choir, Jay-Z, Playboi Carti, Lil Baby, the Weeknd, Vory, Kid Cudi, DaBaby, Baby Keem, and Marilyn Manson, among various others; vocals from Chris Brown were also included prior to the album being updated. West, BoogzDaBeast, Dem Jointz, Mike Dean, and Ojivolta primarily helmed its production.

      The album's style has been described variously as hip hop, gospel, progressive rap, and pop, and incorporates elements of trap and drill. It is both minimalist and maximalist, with darker lyrical content and the reduced use of drums in comparison to West's prior efforts. Themes explored include religion, Kanye's divorce from Kim Kardashian, and Donda West, whose forename is used for the title.

      Neneh Cherry

      The Versions

        Neneh Cherry announces a new project titled The Versions, a collaboration album of covers from her expansive catalogue by an all female lineup of some of the most exciting and revered artists of our time. 

        The Versions is a 10-track album featuring Neneh Cherry reworks from artists that have a personal connection to the artist and her music. Sia expresses her love for Neneh and her family saying, “Neneh was my favorite artist when she hit the scene. I saved my pocket money for red filas and dreamt one day we would meet. When I was struggling with my mental health in my early twenties, I somehow ended up in their house being taken care of as if I was one of their own children. I called her husband during a suicide attempt, who had been mentoring me as an incredible music producer, and they gave me all the love I could have dreamt of. I owe them a huge thanks and would sing ‘a-b-c’ for them if they asked.
        Neneh, my very first queen, Cameron my bonus dad, I love you forever amen!

        Other artists involved include long-time friend, one of pop's treasured musical geniuses and woman behind some of the most memorable songs of recent decade, Robyn who teamed up with Mapei to re-imagine the seminal track “Buffalo Stance” into a slinky, scandipop song with the help of Dev Hynes on production. Pop provocateur, ANOHNI lends her haunting vocals to “Woman”, delivering an arresting remake of the empowering track and south London nomad Greentea Peng transforms “Buddy X” into a garage infused number. Singer-songwriter and poet Jamila Woods adds her soulful touch on “Kootchi” with artist and violinist Sudan Archives completely reconstructing “Heart” into a sparse and delicate offering. Seinabo Sey adds Scandinavian soul to “Kisses On The Wind”, Kelsey Lu’s ethereal vocals on her version of “Manchild” transports the track into unworldly heights with Neneh’s daughter TYSON bringing her own sensual attitude to “Sassy” before Honey Dijon wraps things up and taking things to the dancefloor with her house remix of “Buddy X”.

        Neneh Cherry has continued to define and redefine culture, style and music, releasing five studio albums, including 2018’s Broken Politics, produced by Four Tet, which was met with critical acclaim by the likes of The Guardian, Rolling Stone, The Times, Q and Pitchfork. 2020 saw her reissue her radically influential debut album Raw Like Sushi to celebrate its 30th anniversary and recently received the honorary Icon Award at the NME Awards 2022. 


        01_Robyn Feat Mapei - Buffalo Stance
        02_Sia - Manchild
        03_Anohni - Woman
        04_Greentea Peng - Buddy X
        05_Jamilia Woods - Kootchi
        06_TYSON - Sassy
        07_Sudan Archives - Hearts
        08_Seinabo Sey - Kisses On The Wind
        09_Kelsey Lu – Manchild
        10_Honey Dijon – Buddy X Rework 


        Ribbon Around The Bomb

          Ribbon Around The Bomb is the first new music from Blossoms since their ‘vibrant single’ (NME) Care For, which was released in 2021. 

          Speaking about the new album and single, Blossoms’ Tom Ogden says:
          ‘While on tour in 2019 in Mexico, I visited Frida Kahlo’s house. Looking at her paintings on show, someone had described one of them as being like a ‘ribbon around a bomb’. I immediately thought that it was a great title for a song and album because of the imagery that it evoked in my mind. I thought about how lots of things in life could be described as being a ribbon around a bomb in the sense that as people we often dress things up which have a darkness lying beneath them’.

          The band’s new album is produced by their consistent and renowned collaborators James Skelly and Rich Turvey and revolves around a central character ‘The Writer’. 

          Tom Ogden explains:

          "The more songs I wrote, the more I realised that the writer referenced in the songs was in fact me. Having been so busy for the past eight years I and the band have never really had the chance to step back and reflect on what we’ve achieved. You’re so focused on the future; write the next album then tour. Your life is usually mapped out at least two years in advance".

          Standout tracks on the record include Ode To NYC, described by Tom as ‘a love letter to my favourite city, as well as my wife’, The Writer which deals with the fear of and frustration associated with writers block and Everything About You, one of the album’s only love songs, which Tom says is ‘as honest as they come’. Visions meanwhile contains one of the album’s key lyrics ‘Was I complete at 23’, as Tom explains. ’At 23 I had just had a number 1 album and begun my relationship with my now wife Katie. Reflecting on what I’d achieved at such a young age left me wondering, what now?’ 


          Barry says: Blossoms are back! Stockport's favourite export bring with them all the vim of their 2020 hit, 'Foolish Loving Spaces' and expand into even more neon-tinged electronic realms. It's as bold as anything they've done, but perfectly in keeping with their keen grasp of melodicism and pop progressions.


          1. The Writer’s Theme
          2. Ode To NYC
          3. Ribbon Around The Bomb
          4. The Sulking Poet
          5. Born Wild
          6. The Writer
          7. Everything About You
          8. Care For
          9. Cinerama Holy Days
          10. Edith Machinist
          11. Visions
          12. The Last Chapter 

          Live At Sefton Park - Deluxe CD Bonus Disc:
          1. Intro Live At Sefton Park
          2. Your Girlfriend Live At Sefton Park
          3. There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls) Live At Sefton Park
          4. I Can’t Stand It Live At Sefton Park
          5. Getaway Live At Sefton Park
          6. My Swimming Brain Live At Sefton Park
          7. Paperback Writer Live At Sefton Park
          8. Blown Rose Live At Sefton Park
          9. Honey Sweet Live At Sefton Park
          10. Sunday Was A Friend Of Mine Live At Sefton Park
          11. If You Think This Is Real Life Live At Sefton Park
          12. Oh No (I Think I’m In Love) Live At Sefton Park
          13. At Most A Kiss Live At Sefton Park
          14. Charlemagne Live At Sefton Park 

          Elvis Costello

          The Boy Named If

            Elvis Costello and The Imposters release, ‘The Boy Named If,’ a new album of urgent, immediate songs with bright melodies, guitar solos that sting and a quick step to the rhythm.

            Costello tell us, ”The full title of this record is 'The Boy Named If (And Other Children’s Stories).’ ‘IF,’ is a nickname for your imaginary friend; your secret self, the one who knows everything you deny, the one you blame for the shattered crockery and the hearts you break, even your own."

            Produced by Sebastian Krys & Elvis Costello - the album is a collection of thirteen snapshots, “That take us from the last days of a bewildered boyhood to that mortifying moment when you are told to stop acting like a child - which for most men (and perhaps a few gals too) can be any time in the next fifty years," as Costello put it.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Farewell
            2. The Boy If Named
            3. Penelope Halfpenny
            4. The Difference
            5. What If I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
            6. Paint The Red Rose Blue
            7. Mistook Me For A Fool
            8. My Most Beautiful Mistake
            9. Magnificent Hurt
            10. The Man You Love To Hate
            11. Death Of Magic Thinking
            12. Trick Out The Truth
            13. Mr Crescent


            The Black Album - Remastered

              Metallica’s eponymous album, better known as The Black Album is remastered.

              The Black album is one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed records of all time, with global sales of over 35 million, and contains a series of unrelenting singles, “Enter Sandman,” “The Unforgiven, “Nothing Else Matters, “Wherever I May Roam,” and “Sad But True.” Remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering and overseen by executive producer Greg Fidelman. 


              Screen Violence

                Screen Violence is the upcoming fourth studio album by Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches.

                The album began in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic as ideas shared over video calls and audio-sharing programs. It was produced by the band and recorded between Glasgow and Los Angeles. Frontwoman Lauren Mayberry said it felt "freeing initially" for the album to start out as something "escapist" but that the lyrics ended up being "definitely still personal"

                The album title came from an idea for the name of the band, but was then adapted for the title of the album due to the theme of violence "on screen, by screens and through screens – with songs addressing feelings of loneliness, disillusionment and fear, among other emotions".

                Martin Doherty called the album title "a bit more literal [than just a concept]. When we were making the record, it was like half of our lives were lived through screens. 

                The Killers

                Pressure Machine

                  When the Covid-19 pandemic shut down the promotional run and worldwide tour for The Killers’ majestic, critically-acclaimed 2020 album Imploding the Mirage, “everything came to this grinding halt,” says frontman Brandon Flowers. “And it was the first time in a long time for me that I was faced with silence. And out of that silence this record began to bloom, full of songs that would have otherwise been too quiet and drowned out by the noise of typical Killers records.” Indeed, for the first time since 2004, the relentless momentum and pressures of being in a globally-renowned, stadium-shaking band stopped. Enter Pressure Machine: a view into the everyday realities of a small American town with a stark, tough beauty, and The Killers’ most restrained and resonant album yet.

                  A quieter, character-study-driven album, Pressure Machine lives squarely in Flowers’ hometown of Nephi, Utah, a close-knit community of 5300 people with no traffic lights, a rubber plant, wheat fields, and the West Hills. Nephi is the place Flowers spent his formative years (10-16), saying “had it not been for advancements in the automotive industry, Nephi in the 90s could have been the 1950s.” The album’s songs are based on the memories and stories of people that impacted him growing up, interspersed with commentary from current Nephi locals about their town. “We were discussing [Brandon] moving to Nephi as a kid and being stuck in the middle of nowhere,” says the band’s drummer Ronnie Vannucci Jr. “And during Covid-19, it started to feel like we were all in the middle of nowhere.” Concurs Flowers, “I discovered this grief that I hadn’t dealt with,” he says, “many memories of my time in Nephi are tender. But the ones tied to fear or great sadness were emotionally charged. I’ve got more understanding now than when we started the band, and hopefully I was able to do justice to these stories and these lives in this little town that I grew up in.”

                  The resulting record is an aural document of growing up - and living - in the American Southwest, told from a myriad of perspectives. For the first time in his life, Flowers had complete lyrics before a note of music was put to tape. No stranger to inhabiting different characters in songs, on Pressure Machine he steps into the shoes of some of the people whose lives he watched unfold as a teen. The album weaves the threads of Flowers’ signature lyricism throughout his career into a perfect whole culminating in the most elegant album The Killers have ever made.

                  Through its characters and also its title, the album squares up to the unbending pressure of the American dream compounded by religious disenchantment. A born optimist, moments of beauty inevitably shine out of the grief of Flowers's songs: the healing arrival of summer, the first crop of hay, sweeter skies. Pressure Machine’s stories detail the real life personal battles, overwhelming regrets, local tragedies, and the opioid epidemic that hit Flowers’ hometown, as well as every hometown in America. Flowers sings about the choices people make, for better and for worse, and the consequences of those choices; the ones who were left behind, and the ones that can’t be forgotten.

                  Pressure Machine’s album cover image was shot on the highway just outside Nephi, taken as photographer Wes Johnson passed a roadside inspirational display set up by a local Baptist church. Johnson took dozens of incredible images of Flowers’ hometown throughout the early part of 2021, many of which are featured in the album’s packaging for the physical edition. 

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. West Hills
                  2. Quiet Town
                  3. Cody
                  4. Terrible Thing
                  5. Sleepwalker
                  6. Runaway Horses Featuring Phoebe Bridgers **
                  7. In The Car Outside
                  8. In Another Life
                  9. Desperate Things
                  10. Pressure Machine
                  11. The Getting By


                  Hyperspace (2020)

                    Features 2 unreleased songs ‘Dark Places (Soundscape)’ and ‘I Am The Cosmos (42420)’. Brand new 2020 mixes of ‘Star’, ‘Hyperspace’, ‘See Through’ and ‘Die Waiting’, plus the St Vincent Remix of ‘Uneventful Days’ and ‘Saw Lightning’ (Freestyle Live). 

                    STAFF COMMENTS

                    Barry says: A brilliant new issue of Beck's 2019 outing, hyperspace. With exclusive tracks and new mixes of the long-gone original, this is a superb document of one of the greatest musicians in the game.

                    Pink Floyd

                    A Foot In The Door - Vinyl Edition

                      ‘A Foot In The Door - The Best Of Pink Floyd’, is a collection of classic Pink Floyd tracks. This specially remastered compilation also features newly created artwork from Storm Thorgerson. This is the perfect Pink Floyd album for both devoted fans and those discovering Pink Floyd for the very first time. Now available on vinyl for the first time, this career-spanning compilation features some of the bands best-known album tracks spanning 1967 – 1994, as well as the UK Top 10 single ‘See Emily Play’. Newly mastered for vinyl in 2018 by longstanding Pink Floyd associate James Guthrie, with Joel Plante, and with lacquers cut by Bernie Grundman, the 2-LP version features a re-edit of ‘Time’ from the CD, with the ringing alarm clocks at the start of the track reinstated. The original artwork, art directed by the late Storm Thorgerson, has been amended by Pink Floyd Creative Director Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis with Peter Curzon, to include alternate versions of the photographs used in the CD version. 

                      TRACK LISTING

                      Side A
                      Hey You
                      See Emily Play
                      The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
                      Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2
                      Have A Cigar

                      Side B
                      Wish You Were Here
                      Time/Breathe (Reprise)
                      The Great Gig In The Sky

                      Side C
                      Comfortably Numb
                      High Hopes
                      Learning To Fly

                      Side D
                      The Fletcher Memorial Home
                      Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5 (edit)
                      Brain Damage

                      Talk Talk

                      It's My Life

                      The band’s breakthrough record It’s My Life saw the arrival of producer and multi-instrumentalist Tim Friese-Greene, who became a significant creative force in the band and an unofficial fourth member for the remainder of its existence.

                      It’s My Life saw the band seek a less synthesized sound and less New Romantic image, which included keyboardist Simon Brenner leaving the band. The new sound gave the band commercial success, with the title track becoming a hit on both sides of the Atlantic. It went on to be covered by No Doubt in 2003 reaching number 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and remaining on the chart for 28 weeks.

                      The album also contained the single "Such a Shame" (a song inspired by the book The Dice Man) which became a Top 10 hit across Europe. A third single, "Dum Dum Girl", was also a success in Europe and NZ in particular.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      Side 1:
                      1) Dum Dum Girl
                      2) Such A Shame
                      3) Renée
                      4) It’s My Life

                      Side 2:
                      1) Tomorrow Started
                      2) The Last Time
                      3) Call In The Night Boys
                      4) Does Caroline Know
                      5) It’s You

                      Talk Talk’s classic albums ‘Spirit of Eden’ and ‘The Colour of Spring’ get re-issued on 180g heavyweight vinyl cut from the original analogue master, together with a DVD featuring the album delivered as a 96kHz/24 bit LPCM stereo mix. The DVDs both feature one extra track … ‘Spirit of Eden’ has the ‘b’ side ‘John Cope’ while ‘The Colour of Spring’ includes the ‘b’ side ‘It’s Getting Late In The Evening’.

                      Also released on CD with updated artwork - art directed by Mark Hollis - 'Spirit of Eden', 'The Colour of Spring', 'It's My Life' and 'The Party's Over'.

                      STAFF COMMENTS

                      Andy says: One of Elbow-man, Guy Garvey's favourite ever albums, this has a drifting but heavy, otherworldly vibe.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. The Rainbow (1997 - Remaster)
                      2. Eden (1997 - Remaster)
                      3. Desire (1997 - Remaster)
                      4. Inheritance (1997 - Remaster)
                      5. I Believe In You (1997 - Remaster)
                      6. Wealth (1997 - Remaster)

                      Bonus DVD With Vinyl:

                      1. The Rainbow
                      2. Eden
                      3. Desire
                      4. Inheritance
                      5. I Believe In You
                      6. Wealth
                      7. John Cope

                      Pink Floyd

                      Wish You Were Here - Remastered Vinyl Edition

                        On its release in 1975 Wish You Were here topped the album charts in both the UK and the US. Reflecting the bands thoughts of the time on the music business, and exploring themes of absence, Wish You Were Here contains the classic cut Shine On You Crazy Diamond, a tribute to founder member Syd Barrett.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        Side 1:
                        1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1 - 5) 
                        2. Welcome To The Machine 

                        Side 2:
                        1. Have A Cigar
                        2. Wish You Were Here 
                        3. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6 - 9) 

                        Pink Floyd

                        Dark Side Of The Moon - Vinyl Edition

                          Originally released in 1973, 'The Dark Side of The Moon' became Pink Floyd’s first number 1 album in the US, remaining on the chart for 741 weeks between 1973 and 1988. One of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed albums of all time 'The Dark Side of The Moon' also introduced The iconic album cover artwork by Hipgnosis featuring a prism representing the band’s stage lighting, the record’s lyrics, and the request for a ‘simple and bold’ design.

                          STAFF COMMENTS

                          Andy says: As everybody now knows and accepts, this is an amazing album from start to finish.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          Side 1:
                          1. Speak To Me/Breathe (Breathe In The Air) (2011 - Remaster)
                          2. On The Run (2011 - Remaster)
                          3. Time (2011 - Remaster)
                          4. The Great Gig In The Sky (2011 - Remaster)

                          Side 2:
                          1. Money (2011 - Remaster)
                          2. Us And Them (2011 - Remaster)
                          3. Any Colour You Like (2011 - Remaster)
                          4. Brain Damage (2011 - Remaster)
                          5. Eclipse (2011 - Remaster)

                          Says Yoko: 'In this very special year which would have seen my husband and life partner reach the age of 70, I hope that this remastering/reissue programme will help bring his incredible music to a whole new audience. By remastering almost 150 songs spanning 8 of his most brilliant albums, I hope also that those who are already familiar with his work will find renewed inspiration from his incredible gifts as a songwriter, musician and vocalist and from his power as a commentator on the human condition'.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          1. Imagine (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          2. Crippled Inside (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          3. Jealous Guy (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          4. It's So Hard (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          5. I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier Mama I Don't Wanna Die (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          6. Gimme Some Truth (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          7. Oh My Love (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          8. How Do You Sleep? (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          9. How? (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          10. Oh Yoko! (2010 Digital Remaster)

                          John Lennon

                          Plastic Ono Band

                          Says Yoko: 'In this very special year which would have seen my husband and life partner reach the age of 70, I hope that this remastering/reissue programme will help bring his incredible music to a whole new audience. By remastering almost 150 songs spanning 8 of his most brilliant albums, I hope also that those who are already familiar with his work will find renewed inspiration from his incredible gifts as a songwriter, musician and vocalist and from his power as a commentator on the human condition'.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          1. Mother (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          2. Hold On (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          3. I Found Out (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          4. Working Class Hero (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          5. Isolation (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          6. Remember (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          7. Love (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          8. Well Well Well (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          9. Look At Me (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          10. God (2010 Digital Remaster)
                          11. My Mummy's Dead (2010 Digital Remaster)

                          Brian Eno And David Byrne

                          My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts

                            Originally released in 1981, this critically lauded album was the one of the first major label releases to heavily incorporate sample-heavy 'found sounds' and global beats. Lebanese mountain singers, preachers, exorcism ceremonies, Muslim chanting, Egyptian pop and radio talk shows all make an appearance, spread over hypnotic percussive rhythms and layered instrumentation.

                            Overseen personally by Brian Eno and David Byrne, this new version has been remastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound (Interpol / Kings Of Leon) and features seven previously unreleased bonus tracks of out-takes and ideas from the album's original sessions from 1979 and 1980. The enhanced CD also includes Bruce Conner's film to "Mea Culpa". The packaging differs from all previous Eno reissues – a jewel case within a slipcase, plus very special added extras. The slipcase and artwork have been designed by Peter Buchanan Smith, and 28 pages of sleevenotes have been provided by David Toop and David Byrne.

                            TRACK LISTING

                            America Is Waiting 3:36
                            Mea Culpa 3:35
                            Regiment 3:56
                            Help Me Somebody 4:18
                            The Jezebel Spirit 4:55
                            Qu'Ran 3:46
                            Moonlight In Glory 4:19
                            The Carrier 3:30
                            A Secret Life 2:30
                            Come With Us 2:38
                            Mountain Of Needles 2:35

                            Brian Eno

                            Ambient 1: Music For Airports

                              STAFF COMMENTS

                              Philippa says: From 1978, this album was Eno's first foray into ambient music production. Robert Wyatt guests on these wonderful drifting instrumentals.

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