After the Heat is a 1978 album by Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius (the latter two being the core members of Cluster), credited to “Eno Moebius Roedelius”. The album represents the second collaboration by the trio, the first being 1977’s Cluster & Eno. As with the previous album, After the Heat was created in collaboration with the influential “krautrock” producer Conny Plank.
The track “Tzima N’Arki” contains a reversed vocal track, part of which includes the chorus of Eno’s song “King’s Lead Hat” (from his album Before and after Science), itself an anagram of “Talking Heads”, whose recordings Eno was producing during that period. “Broken Head” makes prominent use of tape flanging on Eno’s declaimed vocal.