With the unfortunate collapse of Brian Eno's Opal Records in the early '90s, UK independent label All Saints took on the ambient legend's catalog, producing an array of underrated records from notable artists like John Cale, Brian's brother Roger Eno, and Laraaji.

The latter of which will be the first in the brand new reissue effort by All Saints, which is re-releasing his Celestial Music: 1978-2011 double-album, complete with rarities, collaborations, and a personalized booklet written by Laraaji himself.

Included in that collection is the previously unreleased 'I Am Ocean' from 1981, available to stream below. Celestial Music: 1978-2011 will be released October 28th, alongside several other Laraaji collections like Essence/Universe and Two Sides Of Laraaji - which is two of his previously out-of-print LP's Flow Goes To The Universe and The Way Out Is The Way In.

All Saints will release separate collections from its other artists over the next few months.

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