British musician, composer and visual artist Brian Eno on February 9, 2016.
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Experimental artist Brian Eno has announced a new album that focuses on unencumbered human voices as he explores the legacies of World War I and the Titanic.Eno, 67, said that his artistic starting point was his fascination with World War I, which erupted from a clash among empires that many Europeans thought would be quickly resolved.A voracious collaborator with artists known and unknown, Eno worked with David Bowie on his celebrated Berlin trilogy of albums in the late 1970s, which experimented with electronica.
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