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Old 05-23-2006, 03:32 PM   #1
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Eno/Lanois

What does their music sound like?

I'd like to hear something from the men behind some of U2's best work, so what do you suggest?
So far the only info on their sound I have is that Lanois' album Arcadie sounds a lot like U2's JT, and I have no clue on Eno's music. (I'm guessing he sounds closer to UF/Zooropa/Passengers)
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For Daniel Lanois, go with Acadie or Shine. Those are two excellent records (both with input from the U2 boys).
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I absolutely love My Life in the Bush of Ghosts by Eno and David Byrne.
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