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Old 03-18-2016, 01:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK, I'm playing some Eno today, and something's bugging me. Different websites are stating Here Come the Warms Jets is a November 1973 album (discogs, wikipedia) and some are saying January 1974 (rym, allmusic). Which one is it? Wikipedia even states in another section on the same article on the album that it was released in Jan. 74, but at the top it says Nov. 1973. Discogs has a lot of recorded releases from 1973, so I'm not sure which to trust.
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Here Come the Warms Jets was September 1973 at Majestic Studios, London according to both wiki and discogs. And both have the album released in November 1973. Other dates you encountered could be release times in other countries or re-issues.
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I just read a truckload of album editing history on RYM. Final consensus states that the album was copyrighted in 1973. And since No Pussyfooting was released November 1973, Eno's solo album wo0uld have to be released later, no? So, I guess Jan. 1974.
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