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  1. Tobei
    Aug 18,  · Category Music; Song Yebo! (feat. Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens) Artist Art of Noise; Album Below the Waste; Licensed to YouTube by. Reply
  2. Malazahn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of on Discogs/5(30). Reply
  3. Tabei
    An Art of Noise live at The Value of Entertainment, June [DVD] 7. Moments in Love (live around the world, Summer ) [DVD] 8. Beat Box and Close (to the Edit) live at Coexistence, June [DVD] 9. When Art of Noise met Kenneth Williams (and Other Commercial Breaks) parts one to nine [DVD] Close (to the Edit) version three [DVD] Reply
  4. Dam
    As an overview of Art of Noise's brief output, this best-of can't be beat, though it does inadvertently track their slide from forerunners to recyclers and cultural panderers. The rush of "Beat Box," "Moments in Love," and "Close (To the Edit)" make this CD worth the money already -- at the time of their release, these singles swiped electronic music back from America (by way of Germany. Reply
  5. Saktilar
    Mar 24,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Art of Noise featuring Mahlathini And The Mahotella Queens ‎– Yebo! (Official Video) YouTube The Art of Noise with Max Headroom - . Reply
  6. Fenribei
    Art of Noise and their label released lots of different versions of tracks, all discussed a fair bit on Wikipedia, so it's a question of what you like best. The differences between the pink and blue versions are discussed in detail in reviews on ylcerseboutili.ciagnacicobunprobderrehodefuta.infoinfo (US Amazon)/5(72). Reply
  7. Faegrel
    two CD collection. Art of Noise pioneered the technique of sampling sounds and blending them into a melodic collage that defied simple classification. Variously described as Hip Hop, Avant-Garde, Technopop, Electro-Jazz, Drum 'n' Bass, and all points in between, the band influenced and inspired generations of musicians and left a lasting /5(71). Reply
  8. Kigalrajas
    I think I like the idea of The Art of Noise more than I like their music. I've been vaguely aware of their name down the years, but I don't know if I ever really knew much about them, until I read that Lol Creme of 10cc was in a late line up of them. While self-consciously cutting edge synthetic art-pop isn't obviously my thing, just a look at some of the names involved piqued my interest. Reply

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