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Old 01-01-2016, 02:32 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Höyry-Kone

It's prog. They have just two albums. I can't make this any easier.
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Brian Eno. He has a **** ton of records but it has to be the greatest span of albums of any artist, period. Literally every album he's been a part of is incredibly strong and influential. He obviously was also a huge innovator and pioneered ambient music.

Edit: He has some projects with other artists too, most of which are worth hearing. You might cherry pick slightly but I'd recommend:
No, I'm not sure you understand. I will accept discogs up to about twenty albums total but I want to do complete ones, so anyone who has like 30 or more is out. I won't be picking this album and that album, I'll be doing them all, which is why I vetoed Zorn and why I placed a limit of sorts on each.
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Does he not like Ambient? Didn't know that. Who doesn't like Ambient music?

And there are loads of great Art Rock albums of Eno's too, that deserve a fair listen.
I do like ambient. I'm not sure I could review a discog of ambient albums though. I've already mentioned I find reviewing even one difficult. Even Vangelis, my favourite composer, would present difficulties here.

Actually, new rule: no instrumental discogs. I don't mind if the artist has one or two instrumental albums, but nobody who doesn't sing at all. I don't think that would be easy for me to do, and it sure would not be much fun to write.
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