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Wrong Way Up

Wrong Way Up is a 1990 album by Brian Eno & John Cale.

The album features Electronic and Prog-Rock/Art Rock sound and features some of Eno's most mainstream work. The single "Been There, Done That" remains the only Eno single to ever reach an American chart. The cover picture is by Brian Eno.

Track listing

All tracks written by John Cale & Brian Eno

  1. "Lay My Love" (4:44)
  2. "One Word" (4:34)
  3. "In the Backroom" (4:02)
  4. "Empty Frame" (4:26)
  5. "Cordoba" (4:22)
  6. "Spinning Away" (5:27)
  7. "Footsteps" (3:13)
  8. "Been There, Done That" (2:52)
  9. "Crime in the Desert" (3:42)
  10. "The River" (4:23)

Additional tracks:

  1. "Grandfather's House" (UK & rest of world)
  2. "You Don't Miss Your Water"
  3. "Palanquin" (US release only)

Personnel

  • John Cale: vocals, pianos, keyboards, bass, harp, horn, dumbek, viola, strings, omnichord
  • Brian Eno: vocals, keyboards, rhythm bed, Indian drum, guitars, Shinto bell, bass, little Nigerian organ
  • Robert Ahwai: rhythm guitar
  • Nell Catchpole: violins
  • Rhett Davies: backing vocals
  • Daryl Johnson: bass
  • Ronald Jones: tabla, drums
  • Bruce Lampcov: backing vocals
  • Dave Young: guitars, bass


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