“Baby’s on Fire” – Brian Eno


From Brian Eno’s magnificent and near-perfect first solo album “Here Come the Warm Jets,” comes “Baby’s on Fire.” The title is appropriate because the song descends into an inferno of guitar noise, supplied by King Crimson’s Robert Fripp. F–k Rick Wakeman and Emerson Lake and Palmer! This is the real 70s progressive rock.


“Needle in the Camel’s Eye” – The Wolfmen


Yeah! Here’s a loud, raucous, wall-of-noise garage punk cover of Brian Eno’s glam-punk classic from 1974. This is part of a genre I made up called “wind tunnel music” where the sheer size of the sound will knock you down … guaranteed.