However commonplace the sampledelic My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts may sound from a 2006 perspective, this proto-ethnotronica bomb hand-wired by David Byrne and Brian Eno sounded completely alien back in the pre-sampler days of 1981. The found vocal bits, lifted from ancient field recordings, and the shouty sermons of fired-up gospel evangelists -- manually cut and synched with dubby Afro-funky percussive rumbling -- sound strangely contemporary. In fact, it's more exciting than most everything made by glitch gurus on their laptops today. If this music were packaged with some austere images of futuristic furniture to look like a new Moby album, people of all nations would stand up and applaud it as an adventurous step forward from all the boring shit he's been doing lately. Fer real.