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  1. Jan 16,  · The Art of Noise - In No Sense Nonsense DJ Evil; 16 videos; 47, views; Last updated on Jan 16, ; Play all Share. The Art of Noise - Roller1 by juvenalis
  2. Buy In No Sense? Nonsense! [Deluxe Edition] (CD) by Art Of Noise (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  3. Artist: Art Of Noise Genre: Rock Release Date: 05/10/ Label: Music On Vinyl Catalog Number: MOVLP Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: 2LP Gram Turquoise Colored Vinyl.
  4. GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL • EXPANDED EDITION INCL. 9 BONUS TRACKS GATEFOLD SLEEVE • 4-PAGE BOOKLET • PRINTED INNERSLEEVES • LIMITED EDITION OF INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED COPIES ON TURQUOISE VINYL The third album, In No Sense? Nonsense!, by the English avant-garde synth- pop band Art Of Noise is an experimental record.
  5. Limited gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing housed in gatefold sleeve. Includes four page booklet and printed inner sleeve. Features nine bonus tracks. The third album, In No Sense? Nonsense!, by the English avant-garde synthpop band Art Of Noise is an experimental record/5(74).
  6. In No Sense? Nonsense! (Deluxe Edition) Art of Noise Electronic ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Roller 1 ( Remastered Version) Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise (Deluxe Edition) Daft The Seduction of Claude Debussy.
  7. In No Sense? Nonsense! contains some of the Art of Noise's most compelling work. With this album, Anne Dudley and company expanded their new wave experiments to include more instrumental firepower. In addition to full rock band production (including electric guitars, drums, and synthesizers), this record makes use of brass band, orchestral, and choral music.
  8. "The third album, In No Sense? Nonsense!, by the English avant-garde synthpop band Art Of Noise is an experimental record. The instrumental power is besides the traditional band sounds (electric guitars, drums, and synthesizers) made up by orchestral and choral music. Art Of Noise created a piece where everything fits together in the sound as a whole.

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