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Nerve Net - Brian Eno

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Track Listings:
    1 Fractal Zoom 6:24
    2 Wire Shock 5:27
    3 What Actually Happened? 4:41
    4 Pierre In Mist 3:47
    5 My Squelchy Life 4:02
    6 Juju Space Jazz 4:26
    7 The Roil, The Choke 5:00
    8 Ali Click 4:13
    9 Distributed Being 6:10
    10 Web 6:21
    11 Web (Lascaux Mix) 9:44
    12 Decentre 3:26
Total Time: 64:25
Artist Name(s):
Robert Ahwai – Guitar
Peter Anderson – Guitar
Richard Bailey – drums
Duchess Nell Catchpole – vocals, Voices
Ian Dench – drum loop
Markus Dravs – Drums, Drum programming, Treatments
Wayne Duchamp – Alto Saxophone
Brian Eno – Organ, Synthesizer, Bass Guitar, Guitar, keyboards, Tenor Saxophone, Vocals, Voices, Multi Instruments, Treatments, African Organ, Animal Sounds, Arabesque
Roger Eno – Piano, Sampling
Robert Fripp – Guitar
John Paul Jones – Piano
John May – Voices, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Rod Melvin – Piano
Sugarfoot Moffett – Drums
John Moorby – Voices, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Alice Ngukwe – Tenor Saxophone
Winston Ngukwe – Conga
Isaac Osapanin – Conga
Anita Patel – Voices, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Sunita Patel – Voices, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Yogish Patel – Voices, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Curtis Pelican – Trumpet
Robert Quine – Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Cecil Stamper III – Drums
Benmont Tench – percussion
Christine West-Oram – Vocals
Jamie West-Oram – Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Romeo WIlliams – Bass Guitar
Producer(s):
Brian Eno, Markus Draws
Release Year: 1992
Style:
Experimental, Progressive, Synth-Pop
Album Type:
Studio
Formats:
Compact Disc, LP 33 1/3
Cover & Packge Design:
Brian Eno, Greg Jakobek, Peter Bech Sorensen
Studio Name:
LA: Ground Control. London: Westside, Abbey Road, Eastcote, Sam Therapy. Woodbridge: Wilderness.
Mastering: Arun Chakraverty at The Master Room
Engineer(s): Ben Fenner, Markus Draws, Sid Wells, Chris Fuhrman
Liscense:
Copyright
Label / Publishing
Label Name:
Opal Records
Catalog Number(s):
9 45033-2
Location:
Essex, England
Distributor(s):
Warner Bros.
Synthesizers Used
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Jack Hertz

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

I felt this album was lacking when it came out in 1992, and even more so when I listen to it now. For me, its lacks all the things that make Brian Eno and many of the musicians on this album special. The compositions feel uninspired. The synth programming is boring and redundant. The production sounds muddy and flat. Maybe it is just me, but I'm not sure I would even recognize this as Eno's work if I wasn't told.  

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