From its release in 1975 to today, Another Green World has been heaped with accolades. At the time, Village Voice described it as "the aural equivalent of a park on the moon" and Rolling Stone called it "a major triumph, an important record - and also a brilliant one," whilst recently Q dubbed it "breathtakingly ahead of its time." The album's music veers from the experimental sounds of Brian Eno's previous albums - based loosely around rock - to the more meditative, synth-oriented instrumental minimalism of his subsequent work. Produced by Eno and Rhett Davies, like his previous solo efforts, Eno had several guest musicians contribute to Another Green World: Robert Fripp, John Cale, Phil Collins and his fellow Brand X member Percy Jones. Unlike his previous albums, Eno worked on more solo material, including 6 songs in which he plays all of the instruments himself; "In Dark Trees," "The Big Ship," "Another Green World," "Sombre Reptiles," "Little Fishes" and "Spirits Drifting."

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