BRIAN ENO / DAVID BYRNE – My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts – CD+ – 094633134126

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1 / America Is Waiting / 3:38
2 / Mea Culpa / 4:57
3 / Regiment / 4:11
4 / Help Me Somebody / 4:17
5 / The Jezebel Spirit / 4:56
6 / Very, Very Hungry / 3:21
7 / Moonlight In Glory / 4:30
8 / The Carrier / 4:19
9 / A Secret Life / 2:31
10 / Come With Us / 2:42
11 / Mountain Of Needles / 2:39
12 / Pitch To Voltage / 2:38
13 / Two Against Three / 1:55
14 / Vocal Outtakes / 0:36
15 / New Feet / 2:26
16 / Defiant / 3:41
17 / Number 8 Mix / 3:30
18 / Solo Guitar With Tin Foil / 2:58
19 / Video: Mea Culpa

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The sampled speech from various, mainly religious, sources ties the album into a long and prestigious history of artists who used found sound, which David Toop capably outlines in the liner notes. It’s still the secret sauce that provokes a reaction from the listener. But what reaction you have lies outside of Byrne’s, Eno’s, or your control. On the first half, where the voices are least chopped up, it’s difficult to divorce them from their origins. A couple of tracks read as satire– “America Is Waiting” sounds like Negativland with a way better rhythm section– and others as kitsch. “Help Me Somebody” pulls a neat trick by turning a preacher into an r&b; singer, but the exorcist on “The Jezebel Spirit” doesn’t raise as many hairs on the back of my neck now that taping a crazy evangelist has become the art music equivalent of broadcasting crank phone calls.

Chris Dahlen / Pitchfork

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