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Thread: Eno's Ambient 4 'On Land' - Recommendations for Similar?

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    Default Eno's Ambient 4 'On Land' - Recommendations for Similar?

    Totally love great swathes of this album. I'd like to hear more ambient music in this sinister/atmospheric style:


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    Droid will give you a list of over 100,000 albums you just wait!

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    He's too busy on Twitter telling us all about the imminent eco-apocalypse.

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    He's smoking too many jazz cigarettes that lad

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    Ah! So Craner does read my tweets!

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    Its not good lads. Really not good. Im searching for some glimmers of hope, but the more we find out the worse it gets.

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    But yeah. Recommendations to rival probably the best ambient record of all time is it?

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    That record saved my life after some inadvertent psychedelic poisoning a couple of years ago. True story.

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    Me Corpsey and Craner are Danse Macabre guys, caning it to the very brink of planetary disaster.

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    Laughing Stock and Spirit of Eden are what helped me out when I'd fried every synapse in an already barely functional brain. Irreversible Neural Damage.

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    Not really anything else quite like it with those little vignettes. Some of the moments of the extended version of music for films is in a similar vein.

    Another top 10 of all time, but not altogether dissimilar in tone.


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    This from MFF


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    And this from the last great Eno LP:


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    Quite a lot of Seefeel fits the bill


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