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I'd say Eno had more to do with the experimentation than anyone else, though both were absent from The Buddha Of Suburbia, which could be considered his first postBerlin experimental foray.
Er...Eno did have some involvement with BOS, didn't he? I haven't got my copy on me at the moment - but wasn't he on one track (or am I thinking of something else)?
EDIT: Yes, I'm right - I am thinking of something else (he co-wrote Voyeur Of Utter Destruction on 1.Outside). I agree, though, that BOS "could be considered his first postBerlin experimental foray". Let's hope he means to go in that sort of direction. But he probably won't - he'll go off at some unusual tangent dragging the rest of the music world in his wake. That's what we love about him! (Well, I do, anyway).
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Edited by 96dbFreak on 03/09/04 00:56 AM (server time).