Eno*Another Green World

Label:Virgin EMI Records – ENO2LP3, UMC – 00602557484182
Series:Mastered At Abbey Road Studios - Half Speed Mastering
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered
Style:Experimental, Ambient


A1Sky Saw
Bass [Anchor Bass]Paul Rudolph
DrumsPhil Collins
Electric Piano [Rhodes Piano]Rod Melvin
Fretless BassPercy Jones
Guitar [Snake Guitar], Guitar [Digital Guitar]Brian Eno
Viola [Viola Section]John Cole*
A2Over Fire Island
DrumsPhil Collins
Fretless BassPercy Jones
Synthesizer, Guitar, TapeBrian Eno
A3St. Elmo's Fire
Guitar [Wimshurst Guitar]Robert Fripp
Organ, Piano, Effects [Yamaha Bass Pedals], Percussion [Synthetic], Guitar [Desert Guitars]Brian Eno
A4In Dark Trees
Guitar, Synthesizer, Percussion [Electric Percussion], Effects [Treated Rhythm Generator]Brian Eno
B1The Big Ship
Synthesizer, Percussion [Synthetic Percussion], Effects [Treated Rhythm Generator]Brian Eno
B2I'll Come Running
Bass, Snare [Snare Drum], Bass Guitar, Guitar [Assitant Castanet Guitars]Paul Rudolph
Guitar [Castanet Guitars], Piano [Chord Piano], Synthesizer, Percussion [Synthetic Percussion]Brian Eno
Lead Guitar [Restrained Lead Guitar]Robert Fripp
PianoRod Melvin
B3Another Green World
Guitar [Desert Guitars], Organ [Farfisa Organ], PianoBrian Eno
C1Sombre Reptiles
Organ [Hammond Organ], Guitar, Percussion [Synthetic], Percussion [Peruvian Percussion], Other [Electric Elements], Sounds [Unnatural Sounds]Brian Eno
C2Little Fishes
Piano [Prepared Piano], Organ [Farfisa Organ]Brian Eno
C3Golden Hours
Guitar [Wimborne Guitar]Robert Fripp
Organ [Choppy Organs], Percussion [Spasmodic Percussion], Guitar [Club Guitars], Piano [Uncertain Piano]Brian Eno
ViolaJohn Cale
Piano [Leslie Piece], SynthesizerBrian Eno
Electric Piano [Rhodes]Rod Melvin
Fretless BassPercy Jones
Grand Piano, Synthesizer, Organ, TapeBrian Eno
GuitarPaul Rudolph
PercussionPhil Collins
D2Everything Merges With The Night
Bass Guitar, PianoBrian Turrington
GuitarBrian Eno
D3Spirits Drifting
Bass Guitar, Organ, SynthesizerBrian Eno

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Each album contains an Obi, download voucher and Abbey Road Half Speed Master certificate.

℗ 1975 Virgin Records Ltd.
© 2017 Virgin Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 0602557484182
  • Barcode (Text): 0 6025574 84182
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): ENO2LP3 / 5748420 MILES ABBEY ROAD ROOM 30 1/2 SPEED BH74438-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): ENO2LP3 / 5748420 MILES ABBEY ROAD ROOM 30 1/2 SPEED BH74438-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side Runout Etching): ENO2LP3 / 5748421 MILES ABBEY ROAD ROOM 30 1/2 SPEED BH74438-02 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side Runout Etching): ENO2LP3 / 5748421 MILES ABBEY ROAD ROOM 30 1/2 SPEED BH74438-02 D1
  • Other (Cat # LP1): 574 842-0
  • Other (Cat # LP1): 00602557484205
  • Other (Cat # LP2): 574 842-1
  • Other (Cat # LP2): 00602557484212

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Another Green World (LP, Album)Island RecordsILPS 9351UK1975
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Another Green World (8-Track Cartridge, Album)Island RecordsY81-9351US1975
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Another Green World (LP, Album)Island Records89 460 XOTGermany1975
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Another Green World (Cassette, Album)Island RecordsZC1 9351UK1975
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Another Green World (LP, Album)Island RecordsILPS 9351Canada1975



  • AmitErez's avatar
    Never had other pressings to compare with, but can testify that this one sounds glorious, especially noticing the low end being fat and punchy. Vinyl is very quiet! if you want to listen with 100% no clicks…buy a CD. Vinyls are never perfectly silent and people tend to go too far with their expectations. Anyway, highly recommended if you love this album.
    • yeahyeahdefinitely's avatar
      I’ve heard this album many many times but never like this.

      • clauses's avatar
        Almost unbelievably good sound on this release. Finally a touchpoint where we can say with some certainty that Abbey Rd’s half-speed mastering is no better than real-time, and that the significant difference is between one 33 against two 45s.
        • Cardiff_Giant's avatar
          Echoing what others have said, this sounds absolutely incredible. Anyone else hear the split-second dropout of the left channel in the middle of "The Big Ship"?
          • Dreamwreker's avatar
            I have the Editions EG reissue Brian Eno - Another Green World and was skeptical to buy this one, because I usually don't buy the same album twice, but the reviews made me curios. To be on the short side: I don't know if those were the limitations of the 70's, but the reissue I have sounds like a lo-fi version of this remaster and when I bought the reissue, I was thinking that maybe this was the sound that defined experimental/ambient music back then.
            This remaster brings a new light on the old release, and lots of details surfaced up: as mentioned on the strip, the highs are improved (but I think this is just the re-mastering, not the half-speed stuff), the baseline is not stronger as mentioned somewhere below, but rather the higher harmonics have been highlighted and the bass sounds are a bit more meaty.
            With the opening of the high-frequency, the stereo image has improved and the voices are more prominent and more easy to be separated. Overall, it's a fantastic release with very low surface noise.

            One thing I observed through most of the re-issues now days: I don't think that they have access to the original artworks anymore, and some details are lost on many releases (different colors, more pixelated, etc.). But since we're talking music here, for me it doesn't matter as much if the music is good.
            • cristianHa's avatar
              This is a perfect pressing, zero noise, absolutely beautiful sound. It just can't be better. The Big Ship and Becalmed are pure bliss
              • Guava_Music's avatar
                I noticed a significant amount surface noise and clicks, however dust was building up on my stylus as the record played. I cleaned it off and replayed each track and then it was noise free. I repeated this for each track on each disc. I always clean every record before playing it for the first time and this was no exception. Even though the discs were visually flawless there was a lot of crap deep in the grooves. once i played it through and kept my stylus clean it played dead quiet.
                • AloneWithStrangers's avatar
                  Where it isn't rammed full of clicks throughout the first disc it sounds really good......
                  • BroadcasterRecords's avatar
                    I wish the rest of my records sounded this good.
                    • Notelord43's avatar
                      Seems everyone got really clean pressings, mine looks clean but there was some crackling on side B of disc 2. Anyone else notice this? I usually wouldn’t complain but I paid $45 for this thing.


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