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|Eno, Moebius, Roedelius|
After the Heat
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, New Age, Pop, Rock
Brian Eno's second album collaboration with Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius of Cluster consists of slow-moving instrumentals full of repeated synthesizer sound patterns and sustained guitar notes in the ambient s... more »
Brian Eno's second album collaboration with Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius of Cluster consists of slow-moving instrumentals full of repeated synthesizer sound patterns and sustained guitar notes in the ambient style familiar from Eno's collaborations with Robert Fripp and albums of his own, such as Discreet Music. One song, 'Broken Head,' features recited vocals by Eno, and on another, 'The Belldog,' he sings. On 'Tzima N'arki,' his vocal is turned backwards.
After The Heat... part 3 of 3
Charles A. Miller | Baltimore, Maryland U.S.A. | 01/28/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This reissued CD "juggled" the original running order of the tracks as they appeared on the original LP, which detracted from the finished product. The original LP featured the Cluster-inspired tracks on side one, with the Eno tracks on side two. Indeed, the three Eno vocal pieces were the last three songs on the original release.
If you can afford it, and if it isn't too late by the time you are reading this as it is/was a limited edition of 1,500, get the mini-LP version recently released by Captain Trip records (still available at the time of this writing from Amazon). Not only does it restore the original running order of the songs, but perfectly reproduces the original album cover art. The sound was greatly improved too. The first album, Cluster & Eno is also still available in this format.
There is also one more album that features Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, and this particular case, Michael Rother, under the band name, Harmonia. The album is entitled Tracks & Traces, was recorded in 1976, and completes the trinity of Eno/Cluster collaborations."