Another Day On Earth
The forensic pop-visions of Brian Eno frequently feel dredged from places alien to human emotion. How, his music seems to ask, can the vapid and random flutterings of the heart compare with technology’s unblinking perfection? For such reasons, Eno’s first album of five years, strikes a curiously retrograde note.
Rating: 2.5 / 5
Ed Power, 30 Jun 2005
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