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8 thoughts on “ Moments In Love - The Art Of Noise - (Whos Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. If you already own an Art Of Noise album called "Daft", you might notice that it's almost the same album- the story of why the name "Daft" was used for the original CD release of the album is detailed in the sleevenotes, but apart from a couple of additional tracks on "Daft", yes this is the same album- now remastered with a bonus DVD/5(98).
  2. Dec 01,  · 16 videos Play all 'WHO'S AFRAID OF THE ART OF NOISE' Art of Noise (June ) Remastered, Bonus Tracks - AKA 'DAFT' Arch Hall 02 Who's Afraid (Of The Art Of Noise) - Duration: Arch Hall.
  3. Oct 10,  · The Art of Noise! is Art of Noise's debut full-length album, released in All tracks written by Anne Dudley, Trevor Horn, J. J. Jeczalik, Gary .
  4. "Moments In Love"—a ten-minute, downtempo/R&B, instrumental ode to sensuality that appeared on both Into Battle and Who's Afraid—was remixed and released as a single in (first released in the USA in , where it was a moderate hit on the U.S. R&B singles chart).
  5. Art of Noise (also The Art of Noise) were an English avant-garde synth-pop group formed in early by engineer/producer Gary Langan and programmer J. J. Jeczalik, along with arranger Anne Dudley, producer Trevor Horn, and music journalist Paul Morley. The group had international Top 20 hits with "Kiss" and the instrumental "Peter Gunn", which won a Grammy Award.
  6. A great collection of early Art of Noise. As some reviewers have noted a number of songs are repeated (6 versions of Beat Box, 8 versions of Moments in Love, 11 versions of Closer to the edit) so it can get a bit repetitious. However, it is remarkable to hear how amazingly well /5(99).
  7. "TITLES include BEAT BOX and moments in love. Working titles for art of noise's first album included 'Beat Box', 'Worship', Snapshots' and The Movement Of Desire' But the Art Of Noise suddenly realised "Text on back cover: Five small text all starting with: "The Art of Noise suddenly realised ""FEARS, GRIEVANCE, CODES, BLEMISHES AND /5(86).
  8. So when ‘The Art of Noise’ released their full length debut LP in , featuring nine utterly eclectic tracks that tampered with sound like few others, it was immediately clear that ’(Who’s Afraid of?) The Art of Noise!’ was something out of the ordinary. ‘The Art of Noise’ didn’t do simple, melodic pop music.

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