Here Come the Warm Jets

Brian Eno - Here Come the Warm Jets
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1974 Ratings: #7
January 1, 1974 / Release Date
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amygoodall
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76fex
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Here Come the Warm Jizz
zaxapitsa
70
I see this album more as an early work that shows flashes of genius than a proper "masterpiece". Lots of hit or miss ideas and fooling around. Maybe it´s just that I dislike Brian Emo too much to fully get into his music or that I´m getting tired of abrasive music. Still, The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch is hilarious and there are plenty of great moments afterwards.
chessmess
90
Dead Finks Don't Talk:
Honestly, one of the most provocative and interesting songs I have heard in a very very long time.

What an album. I have no words to describe it right now. Maybe, I will write a proper review sometime, but for now, just go listen to it.
tha138
91
Brian Eno's debut is a fine example of intriguing music, made by a very talented and restless artist, who did elaborate the formula of glamorous art.
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Track List

  1. Needles in the Camel's Eye
  2. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch
  3. Baby's on Fire
  4. Cindy Tells Me
  5. Driving Me Backwards
  6. On Some Faraway Beach
  7. Blank Frank
  8. Dead Finks Don't Talk
  9. Some of Them Are Old
  10. Here Come the Warm Jets  
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