12. Brian Eno, 'Another Green World'
Eno’s 1975 LP is a stunner, as impressionistic as any pop record of the Seventies. Wobbly synths and tiny blippy tunes power more or less proper songs such as "St. Elmo's Fire" and "I'll Come Running," while gorgeous instrumentals such as "The Big Ship" and the title track are zone-out breaks to get lost in. Eno discovered a new psychedelia; rarely has an album title been more appropriate.