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  • That was just so eerie that it looked exactly like that old clip of Roxy Music right down to the 'Brian Eno' in some bizzare feather get up.

    Chairman Mao fronting Roxy Music

  • And "Brian Eno" would have made Brian Eno proud, what with its trippy solo from a guy (guitarist James Richardson) in a Heaven's Gate kaftan.

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  • And he previously told New York magazine that "Brian Eno" is "kind of a vampire-punk-rock song about finding Brian Eno in like a cathedral in Transylvania."

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  • Robert Sandall championed what he called the 'mavericks' such as Brian Eno and Captain

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  • Although the quirky and partially brisk "Brian Eno," one of the stronger tracks off the new album, was a fine tribute to the British musician-producer, a cover before or after tackling one of Eno's late '70s forays into sublime electro-pop, such as "I'll Come Running" or "St. Elmo's Fire," would have punched things up to a greater degree.

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  • Potential songtitles include two odes to cult musicians with 'Brian Eno' and 'Song For Dan Treacy'.

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  • It was recorded during the same session that Facewithin was, which I would say is pretty demonstrative of Stembridge's ability to explore a wide musical range. longwithin might not appeal to all of the same audience that Drifting in Silence does, but it follows the musical tradition of greats such as Brian Eno, Vangelis,

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  • The crowd listened to speakers including trade unionists, representatives of Palestinian exiles, and celebrity campaigners such as Brian Eno and Annie Lennox.

    uncomfortably numb

  • Stunningly original and subversively subtle, the compositions contained here proved to be virtual roadmaps for artists such as Brian Eno and Robert Fripp and continue serving as paths still traversed by more modern purveyors of repetition such as Aphex Twin, Moby and even Sufjan Stevens.

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  • We dropped some of the irony that you can find in our earlier songs. another interview that you have a song called "Brian Eno," about the producer Brian Eno as a vampire.

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