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Nerve Net is the twelfth solo studio album by British musician Brian Eno. It marked a return to more rock-oriented material, mixed with heavily syncopated rhythms, experimental electronic compositions and occasional elements of jazz. The ambient sensibility is still present on several tracks, though it is often darker and moodier than the pieces Eno is best known for.

Brian Eno ‎– Nerve Net. Label: Opal Records ‎– 9362-45033-2, Warner Bros. Records ‎– 9362-45033-2. Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe. Issued in a standard jewel case with six page foldout booklet. Matrix, Runout: 936245033-2 WME. Mastering SID Code: none. Mould SID Code: none.

For the record, Nerve Net was not Brian Eno's first attempt at rock & roll. Not counting his time with Roxy Music, he also made several solo albums in the 1970s that were clearly intended as approaches to pop music - they were sideways approaches, of course, shaped by the intellectual distance he has always kept between himself and the music that arises from the forces that he puts into motion, and they were far from. unqualified successes. But this is his most rocking solo album in years, and also his funkiest

Band Name Brian Eno. Album Name Nerve Net. Type Album. Labels Hannibal Records. Music StyleExperimental Rock. Members owning this album3. 3. What Actually Happened.

The Drop is the fifteenth solo studio album by British musician Brian Eno, released on 7 July 1997 through All Saints Records. The album continues in the same style as much of his work of the period exploring impressionistic, ambient instrumental soundscapes rather than more conventional songwriting.

Rather, it was his first vocal album in 15 years, with several uptempo tracks. He’d become self-conscious about being a front man, so on this record, he often mixes his voice in among others, or treats his own voice until it’s almost unrecognizable (an album strategy he’d go on to repeat).

Tracklist Hide Credits

Tunestack:
1 Fractal Zoom
Bass [Kuti-bass], Voice, Organ [Tube] – BE*Drums – Sugarfoot Moffet*Guitar [Pin-trumpet] – Robert Fripp
6:24
2 Wire Shock
Alto Saxophone – Wayne DuchampBaritone Saxophone – King Hastings Kwesi BananaClaves – Ernest DarlingCongas [First] – Isaac OsapaninCongas [Second] – Winston NgukweDrum Programming – Markus Draws*Frame Drum – Cecil Stamper IIIPiano – Rod MelvinSynthesizer – BE*Tenor Saxophone – Alice NgukweTrumpet – Curtis PelicanVoice – Christine West-Oram
5:27
3 What Actually Happened?
Bass – Laurence CottleDrums – Richard BaileyGuitar – Gregg ArreguinPerformer [Kit Squelch], Drums [Squirt] – Markus Draws*Performer [Morse Keys], Synthesizer [Signal], Voice – BE*
4:41
4 Pierre In Mist
Performer [Mist] – CSJ BofopPerformer [The Rest] – BE*
3:47
5 My Squelchy Life
Bass [Spring] – Romeo WilliamsBass Drum [Kick] – Sugarfoot Moffet*Guitar, Synthesizer, Voice [Squelchy] – BE*Percussion [Key] – Benmont TenchVoice [Fellini] – Nell CatchpoleVoice [Speaking] – Anita Patel, Guy Barber, Helen May, John May, John Moorby, Joyce Robinson, Maria Eno, Penny Moorby, Rupel Patel, Sophie Rawlings, Sunita Patel, Yogish Patel
4:02
6 Juju Space Jazz
Guitar [Early 50's Club] – Robert FrippOrgan [African], Tenor Saxophone, Bass [Ekpo] – BE*Rhythm Guitar, Guitar [Reverse] – Robert QuineVoice – Nell Catchpole
4:26
7 The Roil, The Choke
Drum Programming – Markus Draws*Performer [The Rest] – BE*
5:00
8 Ali Click
Bass [Ali-bass], Performer [Arabesque], Recorded By [Frogs], Voice – BE*Loops [Drum] – EMF, Ian DenchRhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Jamie West-Oram
4:13
9 Distributed Being
Bass, Voice, Organ [Thick], Synthesizer – BE*Congas – Isaac OsapaninDrums – Richard BaileyGuitar, Soloist – Robert FrippPiano – John Paul Jones
6:10
10 Web
Drums – Richard BaileyEffects [Treatments] – Markus Draws*Guitar [Conga] – Robert AhwaiGuitar [Sour Chord] – Gregg ArreguinGuitar, Soloist – Robert FrippPiano [Samples] – Roger EnoSynthesizer, Effects [Treatments] – BE*
6:21
11 Web (Lascaux Mix)
Drums – Richard BaileyEffects [Treatments] – Markus Draws*Guitar [Conga] – Robert AhwaiGuitar [Sour Chord] – Gregg ArreguinGuitar, Soloist – Robert FrippPiano [Samples] – Roger EnoSynthesizer, Effects [Treatments] – BE*
9:44
Appendix
12 Decentre
Piano [Moon] – BE*
3:26

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Published By – Upala Music Inc.
  • Engineered At – Westside Studios
  • Engineered At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Engineered At – Eastcote Studios
  • Engineered At – Sam Therapy
  • Engineered At – Wilderness Studio
  • Engineered At – Ground Control Studios
  • Mastered At – Master Room

Credits

  • Artwork, Design – Brian Eno, Greg Jakobek
  • Co-producer – Markus Draws*
  • Composed By – Brian Eno
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Andy Baker, Andy Pendleton, Charles Steel, Gareth Cousins, Ian Halson, Lee Phillips*, Paul Mortimer
  • Engineer [Live] – Ben Fenner, Chris Fuhrman
  • Engineer [Studio] – Ben Fenner, Markus Draws*, Sid Wells
  • Mastered By – Arun Chakraverty
  • Mixed By – BE* (tracks: 6, 8, 9), Markus Draws* (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11)
  • Photography By [Back Cover] – Nick White
  • Photography By [Cover] – Peter Bech Sorensen
  • Photography By [Inner] – Peter Anderson
  • Producer – Brian Eno

Notes

Studios:
LA; Ground Control
London; Westside, Abbey Road, Eastcote, Sam Therapy
Woodbridge; Wilderness
Mastered at The Master Room.
Cover; from 'Geological Cinema', an installation by Brian Eno, 1992.

Packaging: standard jewel case with 6 page foldout booklet

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9362-45033-2 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(CD, Album) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 9362-45033-2 Europe 1992
9 45033-4, 4-45033 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(Cass, Album) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 9 45033-4, 4-45033 US 1992
9362-45033-2 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(CD, Album, RP) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 9362-45033-2 Europe Unknown
ASCDA41 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE) All Saints ASCDA41 UK 2004
4-45033 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 4-45033 US 1992

Tracklist Hide Credits

Tunestack:
1 Fractal Zoom
Bass [Kuti-bass], Voice, Organ [Tube] – Brian EnoDrums – Sugarfoot Moffet*Guitar [Pin-trumpet] – Robert Fripp
6:24
2 Wire Shock
Alto Saxophone – Wayne DuchampBaritone Saxophone – King Hastings Kwesi BananaClaves – Ernest DarlingCongas [First] – Isaac OsapaninCongas [Second] – Winston NgukweDrum Programming – Markus Draws*Frame Drum – Cecil Stamper IIIPiano – Rod MelvinSynthesizer – Brian EnoTenor Saxophone – Alice NgukweTrumpet – Curtis PelicanVoice – Christine West-Oram
5:27
3 What Actually Happened?
Bass – Laurence CottleDrums – Richard BaileyGuitar – Gregg ArreguinPerformer [Kit Squelch], Drums [Squirt] – Markus Draws*Performer [Morse Keys], Synthesizer [Signal], Voice – Brian Eno
4:41
4 Pierre In Mist
Performer [Mist] – CSJ BofopPerformer [The Rest] – Brian Eno
3:47
5 My Squelchy Life
Bass [Spring] – Romeo WilliamsDrums [Kick] – Sugarfoot Moffet*Guitar, Synthesizer, Voice [Squelchy] – Brian EnoPercussion [Key] – Benmont TenchVoice [Fellini] – Nell CatchpoleVoice [Speaking] – Anita Patel, Guy Barber, Helen May, John May, John Moorby, Joyce Robinson, Maria Eno, Penny Moorby, Rupel Patel, Sophie Rawlings, Sunita Patel, Yogish Patel
4:02
6 Juju Space Jazz
Guitar [Early 50's Club] – Robert FrippGuitar [Reverse], Rhythm Guitar – Robert QuineOrgan [African], Tenor Saxophone, Bass [Ekpo], Mixed By – Brian EnoVoice – Nell Catchpole
4:26
7 The Roil, The Choke
Drum Programming – Markus Draws*Performer [The Rest] – Brian Eno
5:00
8 Ali Click
Bass [Ali-bass], Performer [Arabesque], Recorded By [Frogs], Voice, Mixed By – Brian EnoLoops [Drum] – EMF, Ian DenchRhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Jamie West-Oram
4:13
9 Distributed Being
Bass, Voice, Organ [Thick], Synthesizer, Mixed By – Brian EnoCongas – Isaac OsapaninDrums – Richard BaileyPiano – John Paul JonesSoloist, Guitar – Robert Fripp
6:10
10 Web
Drums – Richard BaileyEffects [Treatments] – Markus Draws*Guitar [Conga] – Robert AhwaiGuitar [Sour Chord] – Gregg ArreguinSampler [Piano Samples] – Roger EnoSoloist, Guitar – Robert FrippSynthesizer, Effects [Treatments] – Brian Eno
6:21
11 Web (Lascaux Mix)
Drums – Richard BaileyEffects [Treatments] – Markus Draws*Guitar [Conga] – Robert AhwaiGuitar [Sour Chord] – Gregg ArreguinSampler [Piano Samples] – Roger EnoSoloist, Guitar – Robert FrippSynthesizer, Effects [Treatments] – Brian Eno
9:44
Appendix
12 Decentre
Piano [Moon] – Brian Eno
3:26
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Video Ali Click

Credits

  • Artwork, Design – Brian Eno, Greg Jakobek
  • Composed By, Producer – Brian Eno
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Andy Baker, Andy Pendleton, Charles Steel, Gareth Cousins, Ian Halson, Lee Phillips*, Paul Mortimer
  • Engineer [Live] – Ben Fenner, Chris Fuhrman
  • Engineer [Studio] – Ben Fenner, Markus Draws*, Sid Wells
  • Mastered By – Arun Chakraverty
  • Mixed By – Markus Draws* (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11)
  • Photography By [Back Cover] – Nick White
  • Photography By [Cover] – Peter Bech Sorensen
  • Photography By [Inner] – Peter Anderson
  • Producer – Markus Draws*

Notes

Studios:
LA: Ground Control
London: Westside, Abbey Road, Eastcote, Sam Therapy
Woodbridge: Wilderness
Mastered at The Master Room. Cover from 'Geological Cinema' an installation by Brian Eno, 1992.
Enhanced section includes Ali Click video by Jerome Lefdup and Lari Flash.
Brian Eno is miscredited in the booklet notes for 'tenor fax' on track 6.

UPC: 689492028428
℗ 2004 All Saints Records.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9362-45033-2 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(CD, Album) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 9362-45033-2 Europe 1992
9 45033-4, 4-45033 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(Cass, Album) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 9 45033-4, 4-45033 US 1992
9362-45033-2 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(CD, Album, RP) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 9362-45033-2 Europe Unknown
4-45033 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records 4-45033 US 1992
WPCP-4962 Brian Eno Nerve Net ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records WPCP-4962 Japan 1992


Brian Eno - Nerve Net FLAC album
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