1987 Joe Jackson
It's completely different than his other albums up to this point--it's completely instrumental and largely orchestral with some electric guitar, bass, and drums thrown in.
It's good music but decidedly non-pop. This is when we start seeing that Joe is more than a rock star.
The first time you listen to it, you will jump out of your seat unless someone warns you first. That's all I can say, I don't want to ruin it more.
Curiously, this was one of the first titles released on Ultradisc gold CD by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab.
Tracks (all instrumental):
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