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Exposure [Bonus CD. Remaster]
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Album: Exposure [Bonus CD. Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Preface
2)    You Burn Me Up I'm a Cigarette
3)    Breathless
4)    Disengage
5)    North Star
6)    Chicago
7)    NY3
8)    Mary
9)    Exposure
10)    H?aden Two
11)    Urban Landscape
12)    I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I've Had Enough of You
13)    First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House
14)    Water Music I
15)    Here Comes the Flood
16)    Water Music II
17)    Postscript
1)    Preface
2)    You Burn Me Up I'm a Cigarette
3)    Breathless
4)    Disengage II
5)    North Star
6)    Chicago
7)    New York, New York, New York
8)    Mary
9)    Esposure
10)    H?aden Two
11)    Urban Landscape
12)    I May Not Have Enough of Me But I've Had Enough of You
13)    First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House
14)    Water Music I
15)    Here Comes the Flood
16)    Water Music II
17)    Postscript
18)    Exposure - (alternate take)
19)    Mary - (alternate take)
20)    Disengage - (alternate take)
21)    Chicago - (alternate take)
22)    NY3 - (alternate take)
 

Album: Exposure [Bonus CD. Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Preface
2)    You Burn Me Up I'm a Cigarette
3)    Breathless
4)    Disengage
5)    North Star
6)    Chicago
7)    NY3
8)    Mary
9)    Exposure
10)    H?aden Two
11)    Urban Landscape
12)    I May Not Have Had Enough of Me But I've Had Enough of You
13)    First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House
14)    Water Music I
15)    Here Comes the Flood
16)    Water Music II
17)    Postscript
1)    Preface
2)    You Burn Me Up I'm a Cigarette
3)    Breathless
4)    Disengage II
5)    North Star
6)    Chicago
7)    New York, New York, New York
8)    Mary
9)    Esposure
10)    H?aden Two
11)    Urban Landscape
12)    I May Not Have Enough of Me But I've Had Enough of You
13)    First Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House
14)    Water Music I
15)    Here Comes the Flood
16)    Water Music II
17)    Postscript
18)    Exposure - (alternate take)
19)    Mary - (alternate take)
20)    Disengage - (alternate take)
21)    Chicago - (alternate take)
22)    NY3 - (alternate take)
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Robert Fripp (acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, Frippertronics); Peter Gabriel, Daryl Hall, Phil Collins (vocals); Tony Levin (electric bass, Chapman Stick); Narada Michael Walden, Jerry Marotta (drums); Barry Andrews, Sid McGinniss, Peter Hammill, Terre Roche, Brian Eno.
  • Engineers include: Steve Short, Jim Bonneford, Robert Fripp.
  • Principally recorded at The Hit Factory, New York between January 1978 and January 1979.
  • Digitally remastered by Robert Fripp and Brad Davies (1989, Marcus Studios).
  • Personnel: Robert Fripp (spoken vocals, guitar); Daryl Hall, Peter Gabriel (vocals, piano); J.G. Bennett, Peter Hammill, Terre Roche (vocals); Brian Eno (spoken vocals, synthesizer); Barry Andrews (organ); Tony Levin (bass guitar); Jerry Marotta, Narada Michael Walden, Phil Collins (drums).
  • Audio Remasterers: Robert Fripp; Simon Heyworth.
  • Liner Note Author: Robert Fripp.
  • Recording information: Fripp Mobile, Hell's Kitchen, NY (06/1977-01/1979); Fripp Mobile, Lower East Side, NY (06/1977-01/1979); Fripp Mobile, Upper East Side, NY (06/1977-01/1979); Fripp Mobile, West Village, NY (06/1977-01/1979); Relight Studios (06/1977-01/1979); the Hit Factory, NY (06/1977-01/1979); The House Of Music, NJ (06/1977-01/1979); W. 51st Street (06/1977-01/1979); West Village (06/1977-01/1979).
  • Photographers: Chris Stein; Cathy Vanaria; Larry E. Williams; Ron Alan Cohen.
  • Easily Robert Fripp's most pop-oriented solo album--not that that's saying much--1979's EXPOSURE is also probably the best non-King Crimson or League of Gentlemen album of his career. Using guest vocalists Daryl Hall, Terre Roche, and Peter Gabriel, all of whom Fripp had produced albums for in the preceding year, Fripp's usual tape loops and fiery guitar solos are placed in recognizably song-oriented contexts for the first time in his solo career, and some of these, notably Hall's "North Star" and "You Burn Me Up I'm A Cigarette" and a new version of Gabriel's "Here Comes the Flood," are remarkable.
  • Between the songs, Fripp alternates the sort of tape-delay guitar instrumentals he would later dub Frippertronics and oblique spoken-word found-tape passages not unlike those used by Brian Eno and David Byrne on MY LIFE IN THE BUSH OF GHOSTS. EXPOSURE is a fascinating, endlessly remarkable album.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t remains a triumph: a powerful and compelling redefinition of the pop and art in rock."

Uncut (p.84) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he Frippery and flow in a way reminiscent of Fripp/Eno albums like NO PUSSYFOOTING."

Down Beat (p.86) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "'Breathless' slams into ear canals with riff-crazy guitar and organized jazz-rock mayhem..."
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