Lix - Lix album download
|1||Out On The Street|
|2||Be What You Want To Be|
|6||Witchlein [ Tommyknockers ]|
|7||Want Me Love Me|
|8||[ She's So Nice ] Long Way Home|
|10||All The Way [ Bonus Track ]|
|11||On The Radio [ Bonus Track ]|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 50458 29512 0
|LX-5588-LP||Lix||Lix (LP, Album)||Lixicle Records||LX-5588-LP||US||1988|
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Lux is the twenty-fourth solo studio album from Brian Eno, released through Warp on 13 November 2012. Critical reception has positively compared it with Eno's previous ambient work and noted that it is both relaxing as well as challenging music for those who engage it critically.
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Bones is the fourth studio album by Son Lux. It was released through Glassnote Records on June 23, 2015. With the release of the album, members Rafiq Bhatia and Ian Chang joined founding member Ryan Lott, transitioning Son Lux from a solo project to a three-piece band. It peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, as well as number 10 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.
Lux consists of four tracks spread across 75 minutes, but you don't really know where one ends and another begins and it doesn't matter. Like those earlier works, a small number of sounds that complement each other are set loose in a space and allowed to move around in different configurations, with subtle patterns sometimes emerging from the randomness. But where the 1985 album felt submerged and ghostly, Lux is clear and bright, with the crisp higher harmonics allowed to come through. The other Eno work that comes to mind with Lux isn't a CD, but yet another boundary-pushing use of technology, and that's his iPhone app Bloom.