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In No Sense? Nonsense! is the third full-length album by Art of Noise, recorded in 1987 and released in September that year. By the time of its recording, the group had been reduced to a duo, with the engineer Gary Langan leaving the previous year; Langan's mix engineering work was taken over by Bob Kraushaar and Ted Hayton for this album, but the music was produced entirely by Anne Dudley and .
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Gary Lagan had left after In Visible Silence leaving Anne Dudley and . Jeczalik to continue as a duo. Dudley recalls, At that time, we were meeting new people, doing adverts and films and things. Additionally, there are 22 unreleased recordings from the sessions, taken from the original master tapes. In No Sense? Nonsense! 2CD deluxe is likely to be released on 2 November 2018. In No Sense? Nonsense? 2CD deluxe.
The third album, In No Sense? Nonsense!, by the English avant-garde synth-pop band Art Of Noise is an experimental record. Art Of Noise created a piece where everything fits together in the sound as a whole. The perfect production is an advance to these wonderful and versatile songs. The bonus tracks have been mixed by Gary Langan. an currently play live in various formations.
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 stock now for same day shipping. By the time the Art of Noise released third album "In No Sense? Nonsense!" in 1987, the outfit was the sole preserve of sampling pioneer and Fairlight CMI specialist . Jeczalik and neo-classical composer Anne Dudley. Between them, the pair produced an impressively experimental, pop-tinged set, with critics praising both Jeczalik's advanced percussion programming and trademark sample collages, and the string-drenched sweetness and layered keyboard work that soundtrack specialist Anne Dudley provided.
Nonsense! is an album of juxtapositions. Art of Noise wasn’t a group anymore, it had become a duo: Gary Langan had exited stage left after In Visible Silence leaving Anne Dudley and JJ Jeczalik at the helm. More than just two musicians with different styles, they juxtaposed two completely different approaches to music making. An array of American collaborators – from Arthur Baker to The Fat Boys via Duane Eddy – were juxtaposed against the quintessentially English, the Ely Cathedral choir and the sound of the InterCity 125.
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Nonsense! Is the third full-length album by Art of Noise, recorded in 1987 and released in September that year. By the time of it's recording, the group had been reduced to a duo, with the engineer Gary Langan leaving the previous year. With this album, the group expanded it's sound to include rock and orchestral instrumentation, in addition to it's trademark sampling.
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|ART DJ 1||The Art Of Noise||No Nonsense (12", Smplr)||China Records||ART DJ 1||UK||1987|
|VAS-2841||The Art Of Noise||Untitled (12", Promo, Smplr)||Chrysalis||VAS-2841||US||1987|