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This review is from: (Who's Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise? (Audio CD)
Being a young impressionable nipper when this album was released,already owning the single "close to the edit"
I was amazed!! I was buying depeche, Human League, OMD etc... But I was not prepared for this album, Its mad, strange noises, short catchy melodies, left me thinking what the hell are these weirdo's thinking. But keep listening and some of the gem,s will stick! The single "close to the edit" fart noises and all is ok, but snapshot & backbeat still have it. As for Moments in love, its a timeless master piece (still on chill out albums today).
Only get this album if you liked, strange 80's stuff ,kraftwerk etc..
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Initial post: 15 Aug 2012 18:24:31 BDT
Um... "only get this album..."? What about if you like *any* electronic music? If you like John Cage, buy this album. If you like the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, buy this album. If you like Neu!, buy this album. If you like The Prodigy (they sample the track "Who's Afraid"), buy this album. If you like Yello, or Orbital, or 808 State or Future Sound of London, or Leftfield, or Propellerheads... buy this album. Who's Afraid is seminal genius!
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