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Beat Box (Diversion One) - The Art Of Noise - (Whos Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise? (CD)


Download Beat Box (Diversion One) - The Art Of Noise - (Whos Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise? (CD)
1998
Label: ZTT - ZTT 111 CD • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop, Experimental


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9 thoughts on “ Beat Box (Diversion One) - The Art Of Noise - (Whos Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise? (CD) ”

  1. Tojakazahn says:
    Re-release of the Japanese CD edition. Comes with info/lyrics sheet in Japanese language. Release title given as "Who's Afraid Of?" on spine, "(Who's The Afraid?) The Art Of Noise" on disc. Track 2 title given as "Beat Box Diversion 1" on disc.5/5(1).
  2. Yozshugul says:
    May 25,  · "Who's Afraid Of The Noise is dedicated to Henry Ford and of course Edward Albee - and their American Dreams." Tracklisting on back of sleeve and inner sleeve incorrectly given as: side one A Time For Fear (Who's Afraid) Beat Box (Diversion One) Memento How To Kill Realisation side two Who's Afraid (Of The Art Of Noise) Moments In Love Snapshot/5().
  3. Nirr says:
    Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise? is the debut full-length album by English avant-garde synth-pop group Art of Noise, released on 19 June on ZTT Records. It features the UK hit singles "Close (to the Edit)" which reached No. 8 in the UK chart in November and the double A-sided "Moments in Love"/"Beat Box", which made it to No. 51 during April in the boftininilaco.tralrafoonututakemeloletsovi.co: Techno-pop, experimental rock, new wave.
  4. Yozshulkis says:
    May 20,  · From the industrial, heady mix of samples of war and incredibly loud, thunderous drums of “Time for Fear (Who’s Afraid”) to the dancy synth pop joys of “Beat Box (Diversion One) and Close (to the Edit) to the solemn epic “Moments in Love”, the album has a /5(39).
  5. Zulule says:
    "Beat Box" is a song by the British group Art of Noise. Originally appearing as the second track on the 12" EP Into Battle with the Art of Noise, it was released as the group's first single in December "Beat Box" is an instrumental, experimental piece that implements sounds and noises (such as car key ignitions, falling drain water, and calliope music — most notably on the chorus) to.
  6. Zolozil says:
    Art of Noise's first full album, (Who's Afraid Of?) The Art of Noise!, consolidated the future shock of the earlier EPs and singles in one entertaining and often frightening and screwed-up boftininilaco.tralrafoonututakemeloletsovi.co has something aiming for modern pop status also sought to destroy and disturb so effectively. The most legendary song is still "Close (To the Edit)," benefiting not merely from the innovative.
  7. Nimuro says:
    Preview, buy and download high-quality music downloads of Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise (DeLuxe) by Art Of Noise from 7digital New Zealand - We .
  8. Malacage says:
    The Art of Noise began as a project of studio engineer Gary Langan and Fairlight sampler whiz J.J. Jeczalik, who were working together with producer/performer Trevor Horn and pianist/composer/arranger Anne Dudley on several of Horn's productions for other artists.
  9. Dozragore says:
    Nov 21,  · MUSICA.

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