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How To Kill - Art Of Noise* - Whos Afraid Of The Art Of Noise


Label: Salvo - SALVOMDCD22,ZTT - Element 17 • Series: Element Series - 17 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered DVD DVD-Video, PAL, Compilation, Stereo All Media Deluxe Edition • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop, Experimental
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Art of Noise 's first full album, Who's Afraid Of? The Art of Noise! Rarely 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 video but from its strong funk groove and nutty sense of humor in the mostly lyric-less vocals, not to mention the "hey! They're just two highlights on this prescient release, though.

Part of the thrill of Who's Afraid is the sense of juxtaposition and playing around, something still not very common in music and even less so in the pop music genre. The blunt political protest of "A Time for Fear Who's Afraid " and the more abstract "How to Kill," achieved via appropriate sampling, slams right up against the rough beat sonics and serene orchestration. If such material had appeared on Rephlex or even DHR in the mid- to late '90s, few would have been surprised. Things aren't all dour and gloomy, though; "Beat Box" captures heavy grooves from said source with quirky vocal bits and soft vibes.

Patented Trevor Horn orchestral stabs surface throughout, while Anne Dudley 's knack for gentler shadings and dramatic arrangements also comes through clearly, something that would surface ever more strongly in her freelance production career.

The full ten-minute version of "Moments in Love" is perhaps her triumph here, a seemingly pretty instrumental turned increasingly strange. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. How To Kill - Art Of Noise* - Whos Afraid Of The Art Of Noise enable JavaScript in your browser Faith No More - King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime use the site fully.

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Beat Box Diversion One. Close To the Edit. Who's Afraid Of the Art of Noise. Moments in Love. How to Kill. Snapshot J.


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  1. Apr 19,  · 10 videos Play all Art of Noise "Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise" - Full Album Roy Hulland Carson Can’t Keep Up with Rodney Dangerfield’s Non-Stop One-Liners () - .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise on Discogs/5(17).
  3. Feb 07,  · referencing Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise, LP, Album, ZTTIQ2, ZTTIQ 2 This lp is one of the cornerstones of modern electronic music – no matter what genre you currently obsess about the chances are that somewhere in its history a massive debt was incurred to the sheer lunacy of The Art of Noise/5(K).
  4. Feb 17,  · A Time for Fear Who's Afraid by The Art of Noise. A Time for Fear Who's Afraid by The Art of Noise. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Loading Close. This video is unavailable.
  5. 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 package. Rarely has something aiming for modern pop status also sought to destroy and disturb so effectively/
  6. Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise is dedicated to Henry Ford This has been number 16 in Zang Tuum Tumb's European Incidental Series "Songs from the Heart" ™ owned by Antilles Communications Ltd.5/5(1).
  7. (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 gravelmoondonndorintrius.infoinfo: Techno-pop, experimental rock, new wave.
  8. Red label edition with "-AR" matrix. Deadwax inscriptions are similar to The Art Of Noise - (Who's Afraid Of?)The Art Of Noise but with red labels. STERLING is stamped in the deadwax on both sides; however, according to denotations for Specialty Records Corporation, this version was mastered at Specialty Records Corporation, pressed by Allied Record Company, and laquer cut at Sheffield Lab /5(4).
  9. Oct 17,  · Long overdue, the deluxe reissue of Who's Afraid of The Art of Noise is finally here. Did they do it right? Well, yes. And no. The good: * the BBC sessions included as bonus tracks. Particularly nice is the version of "Beat Box" which ends with "Video /5(59).

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