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Music for Airports is intended to be an installation. It really was meant to be played and listened to in an airport. What it turns out to be really good at as well, is working to. An ambient sound meant to be ambiently listened to. My productivity shoots up when I intentionally listed to music meant to not be intentionally performed or listened to, but rather experienced.
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Release date: March 1, 1978
Similar artist(s): David Byrne, Aphex Twin
Top tracks: The whole album is 4 compositions. And for its full experience must be listened to in its entirety.