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Moments In Love - The Art Of Noise - (Whos Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise? (CD)

Download Moments In Love - The Art Of Noise - (Whos Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise? (CD)
Label: ZTT - ZTT 111 CD • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop, Experimental


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8 thoughts on “ Moments In Love - The Art Of Noise - (Whos Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise? (CD) ”

  1. Akiramar says:
    Sep 19,  · Moments In Love Film Director – Tony Van Den Ende: DVD An Art Of Noise (Live At The Value Of Entertainment, June ) Film Director – Philip McDonald* DVD Moments In Love (Live Around The World, Summer ) DVD Beat Box And Close (To The Edit) (Live At Coexistance, June ) All Noise/5(94).
  2. Dizragore says:
    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().
  3. Munris says:
    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(98).
  4. Togami says:
    Sep 12,  · There are other great hits of Art Of Noise on here - their commercially successfull "Close (To The Edit)", and "Beat Box", an underground favourite with a real strong beat. So, who's "Afraid of Art Of Noise"? Well, it is anyone who has never heard their music. Art Of Noise did a lot to shape dance music of U.K. in the s/5(45).
  5. Groktilar says:
    May 16,  · referencing Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise?, CD, Album, RE, In my opinion, there is only one tune that really stands out on this great CD. No song has ever touched me the way "Moments In Love" did/5(K).
  6. Kazrara says:
    This is a reissue indicated by the reduced price on the obi, as compared to the ¥3, price on the obi of the original release: (Who's Afraid Of?)The Art Of Noise!.
  7. Tojas says:
    The music was compiled by The Art Of Noise between February 28th and April 1st and first appeared on vinyl in and on CD in December Typo appears on CD and booklet as it states "Momento" instead of the original name "Memento".
  8. Fenrirg says:
    An Art of Noise live at The Value of Entertainment from June , is the other content of note. Originally released on VHS, this could be more accurately described as Paul Morley talking and some dancers with Art of Noise masks. Dudley, Jeczalik, and Langan had left the band shortly before this showcase and Morley had to make the best of it.

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