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Performer:
Brian Eno
Album:
Nerve Net
Style:
Art Rock,Experimental,Experimental Electronic,Alternative/Indie Rock
Date of release:
September, 1992
Recording location:
Eastcote, London, England
Duration:
01:03:41
FLAC vers. size:
1182 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1304 mb
WMA vers. size:
1865 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
917

Nerve Net is the twelfth solo studio album by British musician Brian Eno. It marked a return to more rock-oriented material, mixed with heavily syncopated rhythms, experimental electronic compositions and occasional elements of jazz. The ambient sensibility is still present on several tracks, though it is often darker and moodier than the pieces Eno is best known for.

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For the record, Nerve Net was not Brian Eno's first attempt at rock & roll. Not counting his time with Roxy Music, he also made several solo albums in the 1970s that were clearly intended as approaches to pop music - they were sideways approaches, of course, shaped by the intellectual distance he has always kept between himself and the music that arises from the forces that he puts into motion, and they were far from. unqualified successes. But this is his most rocking solo album in years, and also his funkiest

Nerve Net is a 1992 music album by the British musician Brian Eno. It marked a return to more rock-oriented material, mixed with heavily syncopated rhythms, experimental electronic compositions and an occasional touch of jazz.

Band Name Brian Eno. Album Name Nerve Net. Type Album. 版公司 Hannibal Records.

Nerve Net is the twelfth solo studio album by British musician Brian Eno. Track Listings: 1 Fractal Zoom 6:24 2 Wire Shock 5:27 3 What Actually Happened? 4:41 4 Pierre In Mist 3:47.

Brian Eno had a very busy decade in the 1990s. He worked on U2's Achtung Baby and Zooropa, James' Laid, David Bowie's Outside, and innumerable other records by musicians from around the world. He scored Neil Gaiman's TV series Neverwhere. The album that replaced My Squelchy Life in the context of 1992 was Nerve Net, which is more obviously a product of its time than any other Eno record. It's roughly half-vocal, half-instrumental, and half-baked.

I recognize his mastery of ambient music, and love most of his ambient material, but sometimes I wish that he'd return to the more 'song-oriented' approach that he used, to excellent ends, on his first three albums (and Before and After Science. While, aside from Wrong Way Up, I'll probably never get my wish, Nerve Net comes kinda close, in that it features programmed percussion, almost danceable rhythms, and even some vocals. It's also easily the darkest-sounding album he's released, as a number of tracks are spent in an uneasy, Twin Peaks-like world of dissonant, keyboard-based lounge jazz. It's not Here Come the Warm Jets - not that it's trying to be - but it's an interesting listen. Track listing: 1. Fractal Zoom 2. Wire Shock 3. What Actually Happened?

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Fractal Zoom Brian Eno Brian Eno 6:24
2 Wire Shock Brian Eno Brian Eno 5:27
3 What Actually Happened? Brian Eno Brian Eno 4:41
4 Pierre in Mist Brian Eno Brian Eno 3:47
5 My Squelchy Life Brian Eno Brian Eno 4:02
6 Juju Space Jazz Brian Eno Brian Eno 4:26
7 The Roil, the Choke Brian Eno Brian Eno 5:00
8 Ali Click Brian Eno Brian Eno 4:13
9 Distributed Being Brian Eno Brian Eno 6:10
10 Web Brian Eno Brian Eno 6:21
11 Web Brian Eno Brian Eno 9:44
12 Decentre Brian Eno Brian Eno 3:26

Credits

Robert Ahwai - Guitar
Peter Anderson - Photography
Gregg Arreguin - Guitar
Richard Bailey - Drums
Andy Baker - Assistant Engineer
Duchess Nell Catchpole - Vocals, Voices
Arun Chakraverty - Mastering
Gareth Cousins - Assistant Engineer
Ian Dench - Drum Loop
Markus Dravs - Drum Programming, Drums, Engineer, Mixing, Producer, Treatments
Wayne Duchamp - Sax (Alto)
Brian Eno - Animal Sounds, Arabesque, Artwork, Bass, Composer, Cover Design, Design, Guitar, Keyboards, Mixing, Multi Instruments, Organ, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer, Sax (Tenor), Synthesizer, Treatments, Vocals, Voices
Roger Eno - Guest Artist, Piano, Sampling
Ben Fenner - Engineer
Robert Fripp - Guest Artist, Guitar
Chris Fuhrman - Engineer
Greg Jakobek - Artwork, Design
John Paul Jones - Guest Artist, Piano
John May - Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Voices
Roderick Melvin - Piano
Sugarfoot Moffett - Drums
John Moorby - Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Voices
Paul Mortimer - Assistant Engineer
Alice Ngukwe - Sax (Tenor)
Winston Ngukwe - Congas
Isaac Osapanin - Congas
Anita Patel - Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Voices
Sunita Patel - Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Voices
Yogish Patel - Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Voices
Curtis Pelican - Trumpet
Andy Pendleton - Assistant Engineer
Lee Phillips - Assistant Engineer
Robert Quine - Guest Artist, Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm)
Peter Bech Sorensen - Photography
Cecil Stamper III - Drums
Charles Steel - Assistant Engineer
Benmont Tench - Percussion
Sid Wells - Engineer
Christine West-Oram - Vocals
Jamie West-Oram - Guest Artist, Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm)
Nick White - Photography
Romeo Williams - Bass