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The album was the first (and only) The Art of Noise album to spawn two UK top 20 hit singles; “Peter Gunn” and “Paranoimia”.

The original album is remastered and this reissue features 17 extra tracks above the very original vinyl LP edition of In Visible Silence. The second LP features some previously unreleased tracks.

All tracks are taken from the original master tapes and the remastering sessions were overseen by Anne Dudley, JJ Jeczalik and Gary Langan.

It’s beautiful packed and we went full out for this one: gatefold, coloured, numbered, 4 page insert, 

FORMAT INFORMATION

2xColoured LP Info: 180g audiophile vinyl, gatefold sleeve, printed innersleeves, 4 page booklet. Remastered and expanded edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl.

Art Of Noise

Moments In Love

    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2017 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

    This special edition release for RECORD STORE DAY revisits moments in the history of The Art of Noise, with this special 10" shaped like a masked bunny eating a carrot!

    Coupling the 1985 single ‘Moments In Love’ with a remix of ‘Time For Fear’ which has previously never had a vinyl release.

    Additionally the creative direction for the release references two previous single releases – this being the complimentary release to the 1985 Tortoise shaped ‘Moments In Love’ 7” single and the masked cigar picture disc of ‘Edited’ from the same year.

    This combination of classic ZTT styling, humour and exclusive music is a must for global ZTT fans.

    Nowadays we may well be sick of the sight of Paul Morley and his reminiscences thanks to Channel 4's endless c'n'c top 100 shows, but back in the early 80s he was one of the most interesting people around, although probably still a gobshite then. This early single was on the label (ZTT) and band (Art Of Noise) that he helped create, although most musical props go to producer Trevor Horn. "Beat Box" was one of the pioneering cut'n'paste tracks which made use of early sampling equipment to create a while different dimension of sound. Indeed "Beat Box (Diversion Two)" itself was sampled by the group and used to make their iconic "Close (To The Edit)" single a year later.


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