Art Of Noise – 3 X 12″ Featuring……

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Any fan of experimental technology , especially Fairlights, will have heard of Art Of Noise. They had 2 distinct periods , the ZZT years and the later China Records stuff from which they had several collaborative hits in the mid to late 80’s.
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First up is “Paranoimia” with the weird , computer animated celebrity Max Headroom. The remix from1989 is already on here but the original is certainly more typical AON with Max rambling on poetically . You get the manic extended version , the seven-inch mix plus 2 shortish experimental tracks , “Why Me” and ” A Nation Rejects”

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Next was the bigger hit with legendary guitarist Duane Eddy from 1986. “Peter Gunn” The Accompanying video with Rik Mayall as a detective is great here
Here it is in the extended version with single mix and experimental track “Something Always Happens”
Both twelves are on here….somewhere
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Finally the bizarre twinning of AON and Tom Jones on a cover of Prince’s “Kiss” ! Here with the much rarer Art Of Noise Remix and orchestrated B sides “Ode To Don Jose” and “E.F.L” from 1988. All Groundbreaking in a weird sort of way!
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A The Art Of Noise Featuring Tom Jones Kiss (The Art Of Noise Remix)
B1 The Art Of Noise Ode To Don Jose
B2 The Art Of Noise E.F.L.
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2 comments

  1. postpostmoderndad · April 21, 2014

    Can you re-up this please?

  2. David Miller · February 11, 2017

    The link was dead. Would you please consider reposting the “Peter Gunn” Art Of Noise release? Thank you. Thanks for your time.

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