Subtitled “The Quiet Club,” this was a souvenir of Brian Eno’s installation at the Hayward Gallery, London, April-June 2000. Eno has said in interviews that he often recycles his past music, and on this CD it’s obvious — this is a 45-five minute reworking of “Ikebukuro” off of Shutov Assembly with some treated vocals from Kite Stories mixed in. Another one of Eno’s claims, that the music was really made just for the exhibition and wasn’t really made to be released commercially, is also borne out here. Not that it isn’t in keeping with his ambient ethos — this is prime background material.
-Ted Mills, allmusic.com
Brian Eno-MUSIC FOR CIVIC RECOVERY CENTRE (2000)