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Art Of Noise

Anne Dudley, Gary Langan, and Paul Morley were members of producer Trevor Horn's in-house studio band in the early '80s before they formed the Art of Noise, a techno-pop group whose music was an amalgam of studio gimmickry, tape splicing, and synthesized beats. The Art of Noise took material from a variety of sources: hip-hop, rock, jazz, R&B, traditional pop, found sounds, and noise all worked their way into the group's distinctly postmodern soundscapes.

Dudley was the center of the group, having arranged and produced material for Frankie Goes to Hollywood, ABC, and Paul McCartney before forming the Art of Noise. The trio signed with Trevor Horn's ZTT label, releasing their first EP, Into Battle With the Art of Noise, in 1983. The following year, the group released the full-length (Who's Afraid Of?) The Art of Noise!, which featured the hit single "Close (To the Edit)."

After "Close (To the Edit)," the group parted ways with Horn and ZTT, releasing In Visible Silence in 1986; the album included the U.K. Top Ten hit "Peter Gunn," which featured Duane Eddy on guitar. Re-works of the Art of Noise, an album of remixes and live tracks, was released that same year. In No Sense? Nonsense!, released in 1987, saw the band experimenting with orchestras and choirs, as well as horns and rock bands. The next year, the Art of Noise released a greatest-hits collection, The Best of the Art of Noise, which featured their collaboration with Tom Jones on Prince's "Kiss."

Below the Waste (1990) captured the band experimenting with world music; it received a lukewarm critical and commercial reception. The following year, a low-key remix album directed by Killing Joke's Youth called The Ambient Collection appeared. Later in the year, the Art of Noise broke up. Dudley eventually worked with Killing Joke's Jaz Coleman and Phil Collins. Horn, Dudley, and Morley reunited in 1999 for a new album, The Seduction of Claude Debussy. Kevin Godley and Lol Creme were added to the lineup. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: And What Have You Done With My Body, God?

Disc 1

1. Beat Box (One Made Earlier)

2. Once Upon A Lime

3. War (Demo 2)

4. Close To The Edge

5. Confession

6. Moments In Love

7. Sign Of Relief

8. Who's Afraid (Of Scale)

9. So What Happens Now? (Take 2)

10. The Subject Has Moved Left

11. It's Not Fair

12. Close To The Edge (Ruff Mix)

13. A Time For Fear (Who's Afraid)

14. Moments In Bed

15. Data Track

Disc 2

1. Moments In Love (12" B Side Idea)

2. Tears Out Of A Stone

3. Samba #2

4. The Chain Of Chance

5. Fairlight-In-The-Being

6. Diversions 3

7. Close (To Being Compiled)

8. Diversion 5

9. Damn It All!

10. Structure

11. The Angel Reel: Hymn 1 (Take 2)

12. The Angel Reel: Hymn 3

13. The Angel Reel: Fairground

14. And What Have You Done With My Body, God?

15. Klimax

16. Who Knew

Disc 3

3. Moments In Love (7" Master Rejected)

4. It Stopped

5. The Uncertainty Of Syrup

6. The Long Hello

7. The Vacuum Divine

11. Goodbye Art Of Noise

Disc 4

1. Battle

3. The Army Now

4. Donna

7. Flesh In Armour

8. Comes And Goes

9. Moment In Love

12. Love Beat

13. In Case We Sneezed

14. A Time To Hear (Who's Listening)

15. (Do) Donna (Do)

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Track List: Daft

1. Love

2. A Time For Fear (Who's Afraid)

4. The Army Now

5. Donna

7. How To Kill

9. Who's Afraid (Of The Art Of Noise)

10. Moments In Love

11. Bright Noise

12. Flesh In Armour

13. Comes And Goes

14. Snapshot

15. Close (To The Edit)

16. (Three Fingers Of) Love

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Track List: (Who's Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise

1. A Time To Fear (Who's Afraid)

3. Snapshot

4. Close (To The Edit)

5. Who's Afraid (Of The Art Of Noise)

6. Moments In Love

7. Momento

8. How To Kill

9. Realization

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Track List: Reduction

1. Identity Crisis

2. Motive

3. (New York London Paris) Spleen

4. Saluting The Point Of No Return

5. Man And Boy

6. Information

7. And I Placed My Fingers On Her Eyes As Though I Were Touching The Silent Controls Of A TV Set

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Track List: The Seduction Of Claude Debussy

1. Il Pleure [At The End Of The Century]

2. Born On A Sunday

3. Dreaming In Colour

4. On Being Blue

5. Continued In Colour

6. Rapt: In The Evening Air

7. Metaforce

8. The Holy Egoism Of Genius

9. La Flute De Pan

10. Metaphor On The Floor

11. Approximate Mood Swing No: 2

12. Pause

13. Out Of This World [Version 138]

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pretty crappy
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okay fine I'll say it...Hey Paul Morley....co u l d you be any more blatant about ripping off joy division with your album cover art? Just sayin...don' t get me wrong...beau t i f u l song...great band in your own right....but seriously? You did all that creative work with your music and got lazy with your album art? Honestly Paul...go beat yourself with a sock full of pennies.
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Ahh the days of dry humping.. W!
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Nostalgia is thick listening to this song. Timeless!!!
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Thiswasthesh i t b a c k i n t h e d a y i w i s h t h i s s h i t w a s s t i l l b a n g i n g n i g g a
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thelamarfort
Nice 4 a Sunday afternoon or any time nice !
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One of the most beautiful songs to drive to.....Late 1980's... Foggy morning on PCH in my 911 with the top off.....Such wonderful memories. Thank you Pandora.
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statesgroove _ m z b
Used this song in my first fashion show i produced and directed
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On my first date..... Bring back memories good too listen too on a rainy & lazy day
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THE FIRST TIME I HEARD THIS SONG IN VIRGINIA BEACH AROUND 2 AM WALKING THE BEACH BEAUTIFUL NIGHT
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Can someone explain their album name And What Have You Done With My Body, God.
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What a throwback, love this song. ...thank you.
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Wish I knew how to ice skate like a professional . This would be my song. Such a sexy song to a sexy sport.
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latishamjohn s o n 7 3
Memories.... . . . . �� All Good!!! What a welcomed throwback!!!
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105.7 NPR Jazz Mon-Thur 9-Midnight. Good tunes to listen to on the Highway.
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springfever7 7
Love this song
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jitay49
I've loved this song for 2decades before my son told me it was Moments in Bed by the Art of Noise. Thank you
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Love u boy sound alwas have
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That's a good music in the 8ty's...
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Omg this song is so RELAXING COMFORTING PEACEFUL BLESS YOU ALL
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This is the !@#$%& always has and always will be
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I love this song. I have been calling it moments in love for years. Thanks for the correct title.
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love this song 93fm wzak for lovers only 80s all night long best record ever
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Love that song from back in the day's. .....
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bren7777
Love..
Perfect for a high school and flag to. Performance. .
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:I makes me fall asleep so can't listen to hole song:(
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jwash28
Heard this on my honeymoon 30 years ago and still love the song!
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Yessir God Bless you Pandora excellent selection for my acquired taste for Art of music thank you!
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If you listen closely, you actually can hear the music making love.
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Moments In Love; what more is there to say. The best passionate song, then and now. Well that's my opinion hands down.
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Wonderful memories off this sweet song..8-)
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This is so smooth, additive, and something to ride to on a nice summer evening!! Nice to slow skate too. It can make you want to spend more time with your better half!!
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Moments in Love brings back many memories, but the one that stands out is it being the opening song for the show Sunday Night Segueway featuring John E Smooth Edwards on WJLB in Detroit. I used to time my drive from Kalamazoo back to Detroit on I-94 east to hit Jackson just as this song would play. If the State Troopers had been around I would have had plenty of speeding tickets! The mixes of this song are incredible. I'm told many babies have been produced from it too:)
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So many great remixes of this song
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great stuff.
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ambrie969not t i n g h a m
The Art of noise,Has always been my favorite really......
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I remember when Moments In Love came out around 89, still hauntingly beautiful.
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Too many memories with the AON - good times, good times...:)
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Total 80's. The beat was awesome then and still is today.
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Classic!!!
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raishawnb7
Classic!
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In Regards to Bjork: In regards to Bjork: The Icelandic avant musician worked with Apple to use iPhone and iPad apps to release Biophilia—a record that mimics lightning, DNA strands, crystals, and zombie snails --- http://www.t h e a t l a n t i c . c o m / e n t e r t a i n m e n t / a r c h i v e / 2 0 1 1 / 1 0 / b j o r k - t a l k s - a b o u t - h o w - n a t u r e - i n s p i r e d - h e r - n e w - h i g h - t e c h - a l b u m / 2 4 6 2 8 1 /
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In regards to Bjork: The Icelandic avant musician worked with Apple to use iPhone and iPad apps to release Biophilia—a record that mimics lightning, DNA strands, crystals, and zombie snails
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The only thing I have to say to the artists here is GOOD WORK. Awesome. This is kind of like Bjork, who makes music from such things as steam coming from a teapot, snow falling, and water flowing through springs. It's very creative music art.
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Love Beat: Beautiful, beautiful music. :-) The name makes sense.
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Art of Noise kills this s**t !
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thank you so much Pandora
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First heard them in 83 in 8th grade. Awesome. Loved the music. Reminds of Kraftwerk as well
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the movie class act.
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Excellent love making music!
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