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Before and After Science is the fifth studio album by British musician Brian Eno. The album marks Eno's last foray into rock music for the 1970s as a solo artist, with all his remaining albums of the decade showcasing more of Eno's avant-garde and ambient music, which was hinted at on the second half of Before and After Science. The album was Eno's second to chart in the United States. The song "King's Lead Hat", the title of which is an anagram for Talking Heads, was remixed and released as a single, although it didn't chart in the United Kingdom. Critical response to the album has remained positive, with several critics calling it one of Eno's best works.
A1 No One Receiving
B1 Kurt's Rejoinder
B2 Energy Fools The Magician
B3 King's Lead Hat
C1 Here He Comes
C2 Julie With...
D1 By This River
D2 Through Hollow Lands (For Harold Budd)
D3 Spider And I