Brian Eno's first four solo albums are all among the most underrated releases of the 1970s. Experimental, catchy and genre-hopping releases similar to that of contemporary David Bowie over the same period. Before and After Science might even be the pick of the bunch, combining the best elements of Taking Tiger Mountain and Another Green World. Eno's slightly thin, hammy English vocals might be the only deterrent, but get past that, and you've a quartet of desert island discs. Quality, quality effort.