A few years before his ascendance to iconhood, Brian Eno was a British, ex-Roxy Music rascal who -- like the Velvet Underground in the 1960s -- sought to bridge rock and the avant-garde as a singer, producer, and self-declared "nonmusician." In 1978, he hooked up with Cluster (formerly Kluster), the seminal German duo of Hans Roedelius and Dieter Moebius, pioneers of electronic experimental rock since the early '70s. Their second... More >>>