Most have heard this soundtrack-esque art pop masterpiece, so this post is a recommendation for those who haven't or those who wish to revisit it.
"Desert guitars" and a combination of organ and piano create a stunning, solemn landscape here, only interrupted by the focused pop songs of "Sky Saw" and "I'll Come Running". Not feeling out of place, these tracks contribute to the arresting nature of the album with slick Eno/Bowie production. The album invites deep, personal reflection in the way most successful soundtracks do, as each movement seemingly connects with feelings forgotten. Brian Eno is an ideas man and this album is a truly magnificent example of his ideas realized.