Boomkat Product Review:
The stature of this album has risen to an almost unprecedented level since its first release in September 1975.
At the time Another Green World was generally regarded very positively, but contemporary re-evaluations of the record have exhausted the world's supply of superlatives.
On this album Eno shifted the emphasis of his music from recognisable rock styles to yet more experimental and instrumentally focused productions (only five of this album's fourteen tracks have lyrics). You can hear the foundations for his ambient output being laid down; suddenly texture and the processes of recording and mixing become paramount, resulting in the deeply evocative 'In Dark Trees' and 'Spirits Drifitng'. Classic stuff.