With just two albums recorded at various points over a four year period, Fripp & Eno had established a rudimentary route map of some of music's future possibilities. That they still sound so fresh and alive with potential is testament to the strength of the duo's original ideas. As with
"No Pussyfooting", it has been re-mastered using the original master tapes by Simon Heyworth, overseen by Robert Fripp. Fripp and Eno have both gone on to more diverse and successful careers, but No Pussyfooting and Evening Star remain early pinnacles, representing experimentation that continues to inform their work, individually and collectively, to this day. It's safe to say that experimental electronic music would still exist without Fripp & Eno, but it's an undeniable fact that, without them and these two highly regarded and influential albums, it would be a different beast altogether.