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**1987 Chrysalis/China Records Pressing** Vinyl record is in excellent condition with minor signs of light scattered wear/scuffing. Jacket displays moderate edge wear as well as artwork discoloration. Safely packaged with rush delivery available
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Limited 180gm 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. 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. The perfect production is an advance to these wonderful and versatile songs. The deluxe vinyl edition is compiled and curated by Ian Peel, with Anne Dudley and JJ Jeczalik. The bonus tracks have been mixed by Gary Langan.

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artisan002
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An unusual classic of an album, made even better with the remaster and added tracks.
Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2019
I, however, am a longtime fan and still have my original 1987 CD copy of this album on a shelf in the other room. But, when it comes to buying anything by the Art of Noise, if you''re doing it, odds are best that you''re already a fan and are just bound to like it to some... See more
I, however, am a longtime fan and still have my original 1987 CD copy of this album on a shelf in the other room. But, when it comes to buying anything by the Art of Noise, if you''re doing it, odds are best that you''re already a fan and are just bound to like it to some degree. LOL!
It is nice to see it cleaned up for modern standards in dynamic range, though. And it''s even better for finally hearing discarded tracks that led to the album as we originally knew it. More so when you discover all but one or two of the pieces that made up the old b-side called Action Art are now present and accounted for. There''s even a track that they did for the movie Disorderlies!
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Rudy Toth
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What Used 2 B on Cassettes
Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2019
I enjoyed the whole title since I used to have these titles on cassette. But the tapes were gone many years ago (broke) but I still have the ''inner labels'' of those cassettes. I will be using it for personal usages relaxing music for my home environment. But I am very... See more
I enjoyed the whole title since I used to have these titles on cassette. But the tapes were gone many years ago (broke) but I still have the ''inner labels'' of those cassettes. I will be using it for personal usages relaxing music for my home environment. But I am very satisfied with Amazon for carrying this artist and titles and more. So, I didn''t hear these guys for like over 20 years until now, brought back good memories. ❤👍😁👍
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Devilz
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A must have for any AoN fan!
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2019
This release is every bit as good as the original vinyl release. Presentation, packaging and audio quality is top notch. Second album has 12" remixes and previously unreleased tracks. A must have for any AoN fan.
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KCB
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CD vs lp
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2006
2 reviews ago, the person mentioned a difference between the cassette and CD at the beg of A Day at the Races. I''m not a cassette person anymore :-), but I tracked down an original lp to compare because I''m a stickler about these things too. He''s correct, but... See more
2 reviews ago, the person mentioned a difference between the cassette and CD at the beg of A Day at the Races. I''m not a cassette person anymore :-), but I tracked down an original lp to compare because I''m a stickler about these things too.

He''s correct, but it''s not as bad as you think. :-) When they "converted" the lp (at least) to CD, they changed the order such that A Day at the Races is now before Ode to Don Jose, not after as on the lp (and I''m presuming the cassette too). A lot of the ambient stuff he talks about is at the end of Ode to Don Jose. There is one little snippet that is actually gone, when they say, "And they''re off" right before A Day at the Races begins. That part is gone.

In general, I wasn''t a big fan of this recording when it came out, but a bunch of years later, I do really enjoy it. Maybe not quite as accessible as some of their other stuff, but I do think it''s worth a listen for fans.
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D. Matic
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The most experimental album
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2013
I grew in love with The Art of Noise as a very young lad and although, over the last 20 years I wasn''t listen to their opus on the regular basis, I treasure them as something very special indeed. This album is amongst my favourites. It focuses mostly on experimenting with... See more
I grew in love with The Art of Noise as a very young lad and although, over the last 20 years I wasn''t listen to their opus on the regular basis, I treasure them as something very special indeed. This album is amongst my favourites. It focuses mostly on experimenting with sampling and different origins of sound. Certainly require your commitment to their opus in order to grasp what are they try to say. Most certainly recommended!
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David Khachadoorian
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If you Love Art of Noise...
Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2018
This was not a hugely popular album for Art of Noise, but it has some great sounds and it is a must if you are fan.
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My favorite "Art of Noise" album
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2008
If your an Art of Noise fan I think you''ll enjoy this lively album. I bought this CD to replace my original which was lost and unfortunately the very last part of the "E.F.L." track is missing. (The part were you can hear the people at the horse track talking... See more
If your an Art of Noise fan I think you''ll enjoy this lively album.

I bought this CD to replace my original which was lost and unfortunately the very last part of the "E.F.L." track is missing. (The part were you can hear the people at the horse track talking just before "A Day at the Races" starts.)

Don''t know why they cut that out, I think it was a good transition. Despite that I don''t think Art of Noise fans will be too disappointed.
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William Silva Jr
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Seriously???
Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
Nott! This is a great quality (sound) recording that is not to be taken seriously and you will enjoy it. It"s like Frank Zappa on acid. There is a time and a place for everything. Wish the Ambient Collection was remastered.
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KM WHITEHOUSE
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ARS EST CELARE ARTEM
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 12, 2018
When originally released in September 1987 as a single LP, cassette and Compact Disc, In No Sense? Nonsense! was perhaps the most out of place album in the charts that year. It couldn’t be defined by genre, nothing unusual about that, after all it was as an Art of Noise...See more
When originally released in September 1987 as a single LP, cassette and Compact Disc, In No Sense? Nonsense! was perhaps the most out of place album in the charts that year. It couldn’t be defined by genre, nothing unusual about that, after all it was as an Art of Noise record, but even to their fans it was, and to this day remains an oddity. It was a complete departure from their first two albums, 1984’s (Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise! and their best selling album In Visible Silence released seventeen months earlier. Both of those ground breaking records included no less than three hit singles, however only Dragnet from the motion picture of the same name was released from this one. From motorcycles to orchestras, film soundtracks to choirs, pop to yodelling and ambient backdrops, the album had it all. For those not initiated with it, they could be forgiven for thinking that it would sound like a complete mess, on the contrary it was one of the most sophisticated and fun albums ever made with each track flowing continuously from one to another placing the listener on a musical journey. Although there were no other singles taken from it, tracks were released as b-sides for Kiss and Paranoimia ‘89 keeping the album in the public consciousness. The original CD version had a slightly different track sequence than that of its vinyl and cassette counterparts, swapping around Ode To Don Jose / Day At The Races, however a couple of errors occurred with that running order. The first was that the end of Ode To Don Jose was tracked at the end of E.F.L., the second being that the finish of A Day At The Races overlapped with the start of Ode To Don Jose. The CD was deleted in 1988 and a “corrected” version took its place, unfortunately it omitted the beginning of A Day At The Races. That version remained in print through various re-issues until the album was permanently deleted in 1999. Nineteen years after its deletion and thirty-one after its Compact Disc debut, In No Sense? Nonsense! has been given a new lease of life as a double CD deluxe edition and for the first time on that format, the original LP / cassette sequence has been used and remastered by Dudley, Jeczalik, Langan. The audio quality of this release is far superior to that of the old versions, the sound of every recording is crystal clear, drawing the listener inside the album to reveal nuances not heard before in such highly detailed clarity, even the background sounds that appear in the links between tracks demand the same attention as the actual music. By going back to that sequence order there are no errors that spoil the audio experience of listening to it completely uninterrupted and intact for the first time. Expanding this album was never going to be an easy task as originally it was believed that a large amount of outtakes and unreleased mixes were missing, never to see the light of day again. Fortunately that wasn’t the case and what is presented is fifty track deluxe edition that gives answers to the most asked question about a b-side from fans, ‘What are the other excerpts that appear in Acton Art?’ That track appeared thirty-one years ago on various formats of the Dragnet single featuring edits from the long player and others that didn’t. Now appearing with those mysterious tracks are a television commercial used for Brut, music for the film Earth Girls Are Easy, the theme tune to The Krypton Factor TV show, unreleased mixes of E.F.L. and One Earth alongside unheard demos. Those just scratch the surface of what has been compiled in this extraordinary set that includes mixes of the singles Dragnet and Legacy as well as a second collaboration with Duane Eddy entitled Spies, alongside an Art of Noise remix of Paul McCartney’s Spies Like Us which actually fits in with the other movie soundtrack material. The packaging has been carefully redesigned by Philip Marshall remaining true to the original and houses a twenty-four page booklet with a detailed essay by Ian Peel, the curator of this set. As with all of the other rebooted Art of Noise albums, a great deal of thought, time and care has gone into giving In No Sense? Nonsense! a reissue it deserves, one that fans can cherish.
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G. S. Perry
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
IN ALL SENSES...SENSUAL!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 6, 2018
Can''t give this 2018 update anything other than five shining stars out of five really...even if some of this 50-track opus is simply padding in my opinion. Just a tad too much Duane Eddy and Paul McCartney for my electronica-loving ears! Thankfully the bulk of this album is...See more
Can''t give this 2018 update anything other than five shining stars out of five really...even if some of this 50-track opus is simply padding in my opinion. Just a tad too much Duane Eddy and Paul McCartney for my electronica-loving ears! Thankfully the bulk of this album is fabulous though. And it all sounds terrific. Of the original 16 tracks, the quirky trio of ''E.F.L.'' , ''Ode To Don Jose'' and ''A Day At The Races'' sound even better than they did in 1987. But the icing on the cake for this particular AON fan are the bonus tracks of ''Legacy 7" & 12" mixes'' and the super-rare ''Galleons Of Crusoe'', which is a glorious full-length version of ''The Krypton Factor Theme''...one of the best TV tunes ever written! Can''t wait for the deluxe version of ''Below The Waste'' now!
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Mr. Mark P. Turner
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Art of Noise, In No Sense? Nonsense!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 2, 2018
Well worth having in my collection. Art of Noise where always worth a listen.
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Mr. Antony Mcminn
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The greatest ambient album ever made. It has no peers.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 31, 2018
Great quality remaster. Still a beautiful work and the Art Of Noise’s finest hour. Thanks Anne and JJ!
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GLYNN JONES
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Arrived safely thanks.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 19, 2019
Arrived safely thanks.
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