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It’s also instructive to remember Eno the solo artist before the accident that led him to listening to quieter music, which ultimately spirited his solo musical interests away from noisier territories. (I say solo, because Eno’s two LPs with David Byrne are neither quiet nor reflective, while Eno’s production work with mega-bands such as U2 and Coldplay aren’t afraid to pump up the volume.) Eno’s first two solo albums, Here Come the Warm Jets and Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), are fantastic curios of their time, littered with awkward but glorious examples of art rock. In tracks such as Blank Frank and Put a Straw Under Baby, Eno is influenced by Syd Barrett in his singing style and off-the-wall lyrics, but the music throughout is often brighter and rockier. His debut album opener is a particular riot, all discordant, thrashing guitars and stop-start wham-bang.



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