| September 1997|
| Arto Lindsay, 7 Cycle, Andrés Levin, Melvin Gibbs, Patrick Dillett|
Bossa nova, Tropicália, Experimental rock, Art Pop
Arto Lindsay albums, Other albums
Noon Chill is the third solo album by musician Arto Lindsay.
- "Noon Chill"
- "Simply Are"
- "Blue Eye Shadow"
- "Mulata Fuzarqueira"
- "Ridicously Deep"
- "Gods are Weak"
- "Take My Place"
- "Daily Life"
- "Light Moves Away"
- "Why Compare"
Tim Sheridan, as editor of Allmusic, described the album as a containing "hypnotic rhythms and enigmatic lyrics", and notes that Lindsay's "narcotic delivery is nicely suited to the pictures he paints". The album is recommended in the exclusive "album pick" of the site. The album was ranked by the site within the following musical genres: alternative rock, experimental, post-punk, indie rock, art rock and experimental rock, and moods as described in a hard visceral, confrontational, quirky and cerebral.
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