Eno, Brian / Another Day On Earth
Album: Another Day On Earth   Collection:General
Artist:Eno, Brian   Added:Sep 2005

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2005-11-13 Pull Date: 2006-01-15
Week Ending: Jan 15 Jan 8 Jan 1 Dec 25 Dec 18 Dec 11 Dec 4 Nov 27
Airplays: 3 3 2 1 5 2 1 3

Recent Airplay
1. Nov 07, 2009: Music Casserole
4. Apr 10, 2008: the joy 'n danny division
2. Jun 22, 2009: The Happiness Hour
5. Feb 20, 2008: Time Traveler
A Long Way Down
3. Aug 30, 2008: Lost and Found
6. Jan 13, 2006: Distraction-Limited
How Many Worlds

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2005-11-04
New album by genius of atmospheric, ambient musics and production talents that made such masterpieces as the Talking Heads’ “fear of music”. The first track smacks of his masterpiece, Another Green World, and gives great hope. But the remainder is really so-so if I may be so bold. Several tracks contain atmospherics and studio touches that only Eno can lend. Its undeniably Eno though and worth a listen. Sorry to be harsh, but Eno ranks among the musical geniuses of the 20th century and is subject to an entirely different level of scrutiny by this reviewer.

1) a really pretty lush layering of melody and rhythm and sounds like only Eno can do, funky and surreal and brings to mind his best work a la Another Green World
2) chill with vocoded lyrics
3) very chill and pretty
4) more chillness, pulsing
5) very slow, meditative
6) upbeat cymbal beat and airy vocal heavy
7) pretty and melodic and ethereal
8) chill vocal manipulation
9) chill downtempo beat, but listen to the atmospheric tones that lay the foundation: quintessential Eno treatments
10) bland funky beat, so so
11) cool track that is trippy and manipulates a woman’s voice, ends cold, worthy of the name Eno

Track Listing
1. This   6. Passing Over
2. And Then So Clear   7. How Many Worlds
3. A Long Way Down   8. Bottomliners
4. Going Unconscious   9. Just Another Day
5. Caught Between   10. Under
  11. Bone Bomb