A weird, but great CD
Alexander Nordquist | Cary, NC USA | 05/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I mainly got interested in the art of noise after hearing "Moments in Love" on the radio. After I heard that song, I wanted to know more about the artist because I really liked that song. I also own "The Ambient Collection" which contains some of the songs from this album like "Opus 4" only this version is different. But after I heard their music, I was suprised to see that their other songs sounded very different from Moments in Love. At first, I didn't like their music that much but the more I listened to it, the more I enjoyed it! Art of noise plays really strange music and they use voices in all of their songs, some real and some from a synthesizer. Their songs are like rock sounds except Moments in Love, which is more of a soft, ambient song. I thought that every song was worth listening to and I think that everyone should listen to a few of their songs just to see if you like their kind of music. The only proble is that this "blue cover" version is a rare CD and is very hard to find in most stores. I was lucky to be able to purchase a very good used copy from amazon. There is also a "pink cover" version of the CD but I bought this one because it had Moments in Love and because most reviewers said it was better. I hope you all enjoy the art of noise!!!"
The Art of Noise is weird
Johnny Heering | Bethel, CT United States | 05/12/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The Art of Noise was a techo-pop trio from England. This out of print version of "Best of" features mostly 12 inch versions of their singles. Not bad, if you can find it."