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Brian Eno Productions

Artist Song Buy
U2  Where the Streets Have No Name   buy on itunes
Coldplay  Viva la Vida   buy on itunes
U2  Pride (In the Name of Love)   buy on itunes
Talking Heads  Once In a Lifetime   buy on itunes
James  Laid   buy on itunes
U2  One   buy on itunes
Devo  (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction   buy on itunes
Talking Heads  Life During Wartime   buy on itunes
David Bowie  The Heart's Filthy Lesson   buy on itunes
U2  With or Without You   buy on itunes
Talking Heads  Take Me to the River   buy on itunes
Jane Siberry  Sail Across the Water   buy on itunes
Laurie Anderson  Poison   buy on itunes
Geoffrey Oryema  Makambo   buy on itunes
Jon Hassell  Air   buy on itunes
U2  The Unforgettable Fire   buy on itunes
James  Say Something   buy on itunes
Luciano Pavarotti & Passengers  Miss Sarajevo   buy on itunes
Roy Orbison  You May Feel Me Crying   buy on itunes
U2  Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of   buy on itunes
Sinéad O'Connor  Emma's Song   buy on itunes
James  Getting Away With It (All Messed Up)   buy on itunes
U2  Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own   buy on itunes
Laraaji  The Dance No. 3   buy on itunes
Ultravox  My Sex   buy on itunes
Devo  Mongoloid   buy on itunes
Jon Hassel & Farafina  Air Afrique (Wind)   buy on itunes
James & Brian Eno  Jam J   buy on itunes
U2  Numb   buy on itunes
Coldplay  Life In Technicolor   buy on itunes

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Brian Eno took the innovative techniques he discovered as a musician — from his art-rock exploits with Roxy Music to his trailblazing electronic "sound paintings" — and applied them to his work with a dazzling array of artists, for a peerless production career four decades long and counting. Only a producer whose tools include a custom-made series of "Oblique Strategies" cards with instructions like "give way to your worst impulse" and "do nothing for as long as possible" could've helped everyone from Talking Heads to U2 leave their old selves behind and discover bold, new musical identities. From the exotic ambient textures of Jon Hassell to the jagged, jolting new-wave wackiness of Devo, here's the highlight reel from Eno's shockingly stellar production résumé.
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