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In Visible Silence: 30th Anniversary Questionnaire Answers
 

 

Throughout 2016, fans of the Art of Noise were asked to take part in a questionnaire to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the groups best selling album to date.
 
Below are the answers to all of the questions asked. Please note that non of the replies have been altered to correct errors such as spelling mistakes. Only those who have given permission to have their responses published are listed.
 
We would like to thank everyone who took part and those who thought about doing so.
 
Non of the comments or views expressed in the replies are those made by any member of Art of Noise or the currator of this website.
 




PART ONE: THE CHINA RECORDS YEARS


 
 
1.
What is your favourite China Records album
and in your opinion is the best track on it?
 
 
  • In Visible Silence  Instruments of Darkness • Joe Atari
 
 
  • In Visible Silence / The Chameleon's Dish  Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. Backbeat was pretty cool. • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. Best Track: Paranoimia • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Below the waste, Island • Noah Owen
 
 
  • In no sense? Nonsense!. EFL • Anonymous
 
 
  • Momenents In Love • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • In Bisible Silence + Legs • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - Camilla • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • In No Sense Nonsense & Fin Du Temps • Pete Baker
 
 
  • In visible silence. Paranoimia • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • In no sense nonsense all of them • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • First choice is Invisible Silence - Legs (and the brilliant but underrated Hoops and Mallets)
  • Runner up is Below The Waste - Catwalk • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - Camilla the old old story • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Favorite album is "In Visible Silence"  Favorite track "Camilla" • Eric Mead
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. Backbeat • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • AON - In Visible Silence • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense!  Best Track: E.F.L. Even though I don't know what it stands for.
  • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Below The Waste, best track Catwalk • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense/E.F.L. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • In Visible Silence... 'Camilla, the Old Old Story' • James Coward
 
 
  • In Visible Silence and the best track is Chameleon's Dish • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Below The Waste and track 12 - Robinson Crusoe • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • In Visible Silence (Camilla) • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. That's a tough question. Either Eye of a Needle or Instruments of Darkness
  • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • In no sense ? Nonsense ! "A day at the races • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I truly love all three China albums (Invisible Silence, In No Sense Nonsense and Below the Waste.) But I will go ahead and say "Ode to Don Jose" from In No Sense Nonsense. Absolutely brilliant.
  • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • In Visible Silence : Legs • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • In Visible Silence  Camilla - The Old Old Story • Neil Young
 
 
  • (WHO'S AFRAID OF?) THE ART OF NOISE! Close to the Edit, so different to what was around at the time! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. Camilla- The Old Old Story • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • In visible silence • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Below the waste • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Peter Gunn with Duane Eddy • Drew G-P
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - Paranoimia • Neil Benson
 
 
  • do not heard about china records • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  •  In Visible Silence • Gary Russell
 
 
  • The Best Of The Art Of Noise  Moments In Love is my favorite Track I love the piano intro
  • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense!  Debut • Ub Green
 
 
  • In No Sense Nonsense - Ode to Don Jose • Bob Johns
 
 
  • It changes from time to time. Today it's In No Sense. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • In Visible Silence  Paranoimia • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • In No Sense, Nonsense!  EFL • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • in-no-sense?Nonsense  EFL • Rob Mo
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - Legs • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • In Visible Silence, Legs • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • In visible silence, eye of a needle • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • In No Sense Nonsense! • David Harris
 
 
  • Invisible Silence  Legs • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Ambient Collection; Art Of Love • Sam Cray
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense! E.F.L. • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense!  One Earth • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • Invisible silence is the best china years album, and CAMILLA - THE OLD, OLD STORY the best song ever, named my daughter after it! • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • In Visible Silence  Legs • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense! "E.F.L." • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • In Visible Silence "Camilla" • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Favorite Album - In No Sense Nonsense  Favorite Track - Fin du Temps • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense!  I can't really pick a favourite from it, for me it is like a two act piece with side A and B.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • In visible silence. My favourite track on it is "Legs". • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • In Visible Silence and "Backbeat" • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - Legs • Liam McCann
 
 
  • In Visible Silence: the best track is "Camilla (The Old, Old Story) • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • In Visible Silence  Backbeat • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • In Visible Silence, The Chameleons Dish • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • In No Sense Nonsense & Fin du Temps • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - Peter Gunn • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense!  EFL • David Reakes
 
 
  • In Visible Silence, Legs • Anthony
 
 
  • Album : In Visible Silence  Best Track : Eye Of A Needle • Arnaud
 
 
  • In Visible Silence  best track: Legs • Faxn
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - Eye of a needle • Alexey
 
 
  • In no sense nonsense • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • In Visible Silence, "Instruments of Darkness" • François Couture
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense! and "A Day at the Races" and "Debut" • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Invisible Silence and I have to say Paranoimia • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
2.
Choose one or more tracks from “In Visible Silence”, “In•No•Sense? Nonsense!”
and “Below The Waste” that you would have liked to have seen put out as a single?
 
 
  • The Chameleons Dish • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Camilla - The Old, Old Story; E.F.L.; Roller One; Catwalk Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Backbeat. • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Camilla: the old, old story • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Island, Crusoe, Backbeat, Dan Dare • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Camilla / how rapid / spit Anonymous
 
 
  • James Bond Theme • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Camilla, Crusoe, Island, Robinson Crusoe • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Backbeat - One Earth, A Day At The Races, EFL - James Bond • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Camilla • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Debut E.F.L island • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Chamelions Dish. A Day At The Races. Catwalk. Dilemma. Chain Gang.• Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Backbeat , Ode to Don Jose and Robinson Crusoe • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Ode To Don Jose • Eric Mead
 
 
  • A: Backbeat  B: Chameleons Dish   A: Ode To Don Jose  B: Roller 1  A: Spit!  B: Back to Back
  • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • The Chameleon's Dish or BackBeat • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • E.F.L. and Backbeat • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Camilla, Chamelion's Dish, One Earth, Crusoe (original Krypton Factor theme version),
  • Catwalk, Spit • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Spit • David O'Connell
 
 
  • The Chameleon's Dish; One Earth; Catwalk• James Coward
 
 
  • Catwalk, Chameleon's Dish, Eye Of A Needle, Fin Du Temps • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • All the above, however I like purchasing the albums. Singles are beneficial if the B-sides are un-released specials. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Camilla; E.F.L.; The Krypton Factor Theme; One Earth; Catlwalk • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Eye of a Needle, Dane Dare • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Camilla • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I would have liked: - James Bond Theme (the 12" mix was great!) - Robinson Crusoe (love it but would have loved additional alternate mixes, in addition to White Noise edit) - Ode to Don Jose
  • - EFL - Crusoe • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • In Visible Silence : Camilla  In•No•Sense? Nonsense! : Ode to Don Jose
  • Below The Waste : James Bond theme • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • One Earth, Crusoe, Eye Of a Needle, Island, Camilla, Instruments of Darkness, Robinson Crusoe
  • Neil Young
 
 
  • INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Camilla, BackBeat, E.F.L, A Day at the Races, Ode To Don Jose, Roller One, Crusoe, Dilemma,
  • Back To Back, James Bond Theme • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Backbeat, How rapid, didn't like below the waste! • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Back to back • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Yebo, Instruments of Darkness, Ode to Don Jose • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Fin Du Temps, A day at the races • Neil Benson
 
 
  • paranoimia / peter gunn / dragnet • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • IVS: Instruments of Darkness  INSN: Ode to Don Jose  BTW: Robinson Crusoe • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Debut • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Dan Dare • Ub Green
 
 
  • Instruments of Darkness and Fin Du Temps • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Instruments of Darkness, EFL and Dan Dare. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • One Earth • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • none... all 'singles' type tracks were • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Eye Of A Needs, The Chameleon's Dish • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Camilla, E.F.L, Day at the Races • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • EFL • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Crusoe, Camilla, Tee Old Old Story, Buda da da dididi buda da da, paranomia again!
  • David Harris
 
 
  • E.F.L.  Backbeat  Camille (the old old story) • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • E.F.L; James Bond Theme; Robinson Crusoe • Sam Cray
 
 
  • E.F.L., One Earth, Instruments of Darkness • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • One Earth  Don Jose  A Day at the Races • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • CAMILLA - THE OLD, OLD STORY  PARANOIMIA, PETER GUNN.  DRAGNET, CRUSOE.
  • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Instruments Of Darkness • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • "Catwalk" • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Camilla. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Fin du Temps (A Side)  Opus for Four (B Side) • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • IVS: Eye of a Needle. INSN: Ode to Don Jose
  • BTW: Spit/Robinson Crusoe double A-sided single • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • I don' know... • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • E.F.L., James Bond Theme, A Day At The Races, Roller 1 • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • IVS - Camilla / instruments Of Darkness (Edit) INSN - Ode To Don Jose /
  • Crusoe BTW - Island (Edit) / Catwalk (Edit) • Liam McCann
 
 
  • "In Visible Silence": Camilla  "In No Sense? Nonsense!": E.F.L.Ode To Don Jose
  • "Below The Waste": Spit   James Bond Theme • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Backbeat  One Earth  Catwalk • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Camilla from IVS, EFL from In No Sense, and Catwalk or Dilemma from BTW. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • IVS - Backbeat, INSN - One Earth & EFL, BTW - James Bond • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Backbeat / Beatback • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • IVS: The Chameleon's Dish  Back Beat  INSN: One Earth  EFL
  • BTW: Catwalk  Dan Dare • David Reakes
 
 
  • The Chameleons Dish, Debut, Ode To Don Jose, Catwalk, Back To Back • Anthony
 
 
  • "The Chameleon's Dish" , "A Day At The Races" & "Catwalk". • Arnaud
 
 
  • Eye of a needle  Camilla  Chameleon's dish  Instruments of darkness  Paranoimia • Faxn
 
 
  • Eye of a needle • Alexey
 
 
  • Backbeat, Day at the Races and James Bond Theme probably the most commercial. Instruments of Darkness, and One Earth maybe or a Krypton / Crusoe double AA side as they include the same melody • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • A Day at the Races, Back to Back • François Couture
 
 
  • "Camilla", "How Rapid", and "Spit" • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Instruments of Darkeness  EFL  Catwalk • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
3.
What is your beloved single and mix?
 
 
  • Legacy (12" Mix) • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Paranoimia / The Paranoid Mix Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • I always thought the Legacy mix was great. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Paranoimia 7". Paranoimia (Extended Mix) • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Legacy 12" mix • Anonymous
 
 
  • Legs • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • Dragnet, Arthur Baker • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Legs (Last Leg Mix) • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Legs (7" mix) • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Close up • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Art of love (7") ,Camilla island in the album"the Ambient collection"• Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • CLOSE UP (HOP) is ny handsdown fav. From the china years it would have to be Last Leg Mix
  • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Moments in Love • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Favorite single Favorite mix "Legacy (12" version) • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Dragnet (Arthur Baker 12" Mix) • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Peter Gunn (Twang Mix) • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Hammersmith To Tokyo And Back • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Kiss (Battery Mix) & Legs (Inside Leg Mix) • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Yebo! 7" • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Peter Gunn  Legs (Inside Leg Mix)• James Coward
 
 
  • 7" edit of Paranoimia (picture disc version) • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Legs, Legs and Legs. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Dragnet (Arthur Baker 7" Mix) • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Peter Gunn 7" SPD • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Moments in love (beaten) • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Yebo - and the mix was the Joe Smooth Chicago Club Mix • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Legs (Inside Leg Mix) • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Legs, Inside Leg Mix • Neil Young
 
 
  • EDITED P/D • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Moments In Love (BEATEN) • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Legs inside leg mix • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Yebo! (Mbaqanga Mix) • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Beat Box Diversion 1 and 2 • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Legacy (12 inch version) • Neil Benson
 
 
  • paranoimia / kiss / moments in love • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Shades of Paranomia (FON Mixes) • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Moments in love • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • legs • Ub Green
 
 
  • Legs - Last Legs • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Legacy • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Legs (Inside Leg) • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Paranoimia 12" mix with Max Headroom • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Legs (Inside Leg Mix)  Dragnet (AoN 12") • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • ParanoimiA 12" • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Crusoe • David Harris
 
 
  • Paranoimia (with Max Headroom 7 inch single) • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Art Of Love (Extended / Youth Mix) • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Paranoimia (7"), Moments in Love (Beaten), Moments in Love (Liebrand Mix) • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Yebo! 12" mix • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • THE DRUM AND BASS COLLECTION • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Legs (Inside Legs Mix) • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • "Paranoimia" (original 7") • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Beatbox (Diversion One) • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Paranoimoa '89 • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • The Doc Scott mix of "Something Always Happens". • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Close up. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Dragnet '88 [Art Of Noise 12" Mix] • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Legs (Inside Leg Mix) closely followed by Legs (Last Leg Mix). Honourable mention to Instruments Of Darkness (Prodigy Mix) • Liam McCann
 
 
  • "Legs": Legs (Inside Leg Mix) • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Legs  Legacy • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Legacy from the blue Best Of album. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Legs and Kiss (Battery Mix) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Legacy • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Legs • David Reakes
 
 
  • Legs (Last Leg Mix) • Anthony
 
 
  • Legs & Legs (Last Leg Mix) • Arnaud
 
 
  • Legs (Last Leg Mix) • Faxn
 
 
  • Legs (Last Leg mix) • Alexey
 
 
  • Peter Gunn (Twang Mix) is the best mix but always loved Legs (Last Leg Mix) for outro • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Legacy • François Couture
 
 
  • "Legs"/"Legacy" • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Legs last leg mix • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
4.
What is your favourite B-side?
 
 
  • Something Always Happens • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Hoops And Mallets Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Why Me? • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Why Me? • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Something always happens • Anonymous
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • A Nation Rejects • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Hopes and mallets • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No vinyl just cd • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Ahhhh! I can't choose between Hoops and Mallets, Nation Rejects & Why Me, or Acton Art...
  • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Love Beats • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • The only B-side I have heard, "Something Always Happens" • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Why Me? • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Hoops & Mallets • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Hammersmith To Tokyo And Back • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • David O'Connell
 
 
  • 'Hoops and Mallets' • James Coward
 
 
  • Why Me? • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Legs, Legs and Legs.• Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets & Something Always Happens • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Instruments of darkness • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Acton Art - fantastic! • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Hoops And Mallets • Neil Young
 
 
  • Action art from Dragnet B/Side • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Hoops And Mallets • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • N/a • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Beat Box Diversion 2 • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Acton Art • Neil Benson
 
 
  • mmm, do not know, sorry • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Why Me ? • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman - Habebe • Ub Green
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Bob Johns
 
 
  • A Nation Rejects • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Something Was Always Going to Happen Anyway • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Rob Mo
 
 
  • A Nation Rejects or Something Always Happens • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Why Me, A Nation Rejects • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Why me? • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Bside of Legacy • David Harris
 
 
  • Why Me? • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Something Always Happens • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Something Always Happens • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • HEART OF LOVE • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Hoops & Mallets • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • "Hoops And Mallets" • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Why Me? • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Something Always Happens • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Why Me? • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Hoops and mallets. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Why Me? • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • A Nation Rejects followed by Hoops And Mallets • Liam McCann
 
 
  • "Hoops And Mallets" • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Why Me? • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Acton Art • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Hoops And Mallets • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets• Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Why Me? • David Reakes
 
 
  • Hoops and Mallets • Anthony
 
 
  • Something Always Happens • Arnaud
 
 
  • Why Me? • Faxn
 
 
  • Nation rejects • Alexey
 
 
  • Why me? • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Why Me? • François Couture
 
 
  • "Hoops and Mallets" • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Why Me • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
5.
What is your favourite promo video?
 
 
  • Peter Gunn. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Paranoimia (feat. Max Headroom) Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Paranoimia was well done. • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Legs • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Anonymous
 
 
  • Dragnet • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Dragnet • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Legs • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Max Headroom in Paranomia • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Close to the edit • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Paranoia • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Kiss (with Sir Tom Jones) • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Dragnet • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Kiss • James Coward
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Legs, Legs and Legs.• Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Sadly, I never saw a promo video.• Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Close to the edit • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Probably Paranoimia, or Dragnet - both were great. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Legs • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Never seen any • Neil Young
 
 
  • Close to The edit • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Legs • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Legs • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Kiss • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Close to the edit • Drew G-P
 
 

  • mtv concert / moments in love (do not know the version, long) / kiss • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Paranomia (Max Headroom version) • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • beatbox • Ub Green
 
 
  • Legs • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • No idea. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • none • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Oh that would be the Dragnet since I loved Zbignew's stuff... • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Dragnet • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Paranomia with Max Headroom or Close to the Edit • David Harris
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Close To The Edit • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Beat Box • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • MOMENTS IN LOVE • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • "Peter Gunn" • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Hmm... • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Legs • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • The Debussy EPK is not a real promo video, but I really love it. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Moments in love. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • I don't watch videos • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Sorry to be boring but Legs • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Legs (Full Leg Mix)• Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Kiss. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Oh blimey, that's a tough one! Errrr, going to say Peter Gunn. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Peter Gunn (big Rik Mayall fan) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Paranoimia • David Reakes
 
 
  • Legs (Inside Leg Mix) full length video • Anthony
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Arnaud
 
 
  • have none • Faxn
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Paranoimia • François Couture
 
 
  • I am not a fan of the videos • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Dragnet • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
6.
Please tell us what is the best sleeve design?
 
 
  • Legs. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • The Best Of The Art Of Noise Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • (The speakers on) Below The Waste. • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Into Battle with The Art of Noise • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Below the waste • Noah Owen
 
 
  • In no sense? Nonsense! • Anonymous
 
 
  • Legacy • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Below The Waste • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Legs • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Who's afrai of the Art of Noise • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • In no sense nonsense /below the waste/ambiant collection • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Ars celeste artem - true art is hidden art... Innocence album cover design was cool, but the inside cover sleeve of Invisible wins because it was almost as intrinsically interesting as the Whos Afraid designs or Into Battle's spanner and Ghent Alterpiece scene.• Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Reworks Of The Art of Noise • Eric Mead
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. Love the AoN coin. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Kiss 12" • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Best of AON (pink) • David O'Connell
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • James Coward
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • I have the original British Who's Afraid Of (The Art Of Noise) 12" LP. That was the best.
  • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • The Best Of The Art Of Noise (blue) • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Any of The Legacy covers. • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Legs, followed closely by Kiss. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Legs (Donkey) • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Neil Young
 
 
  • Daft • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • John Pasche on In Visible Silence • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Legs • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Yebo • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • ZTT Sleeve • Drew G-P
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Neil Benson
 
 
  • below the waste / the best of - blue cover • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Paranoimia • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Below_the_Waste • Ub Green
 
 
  • Legs (Last Leg Mix) • Bob Johns
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • In No Sense - Non Sense • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • In No Sense, Nonsense! • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Kiss CD Single.. but I liked the speakers on Below the Waste • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Legs! • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • In visible silence • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • In No Sense Nonsense • David Harris
 
 
  • Drum and Bass Collection • Sam Cray
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Moments In Love (Beaten) • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • THE DRUM AND BASS COLLECTION • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • In Visible silence • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense! • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • all of them • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Who's afraid of the Art of Noise. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Liam McCann
 
 
  • "Legs" 12"-Single • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • IVS • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • In Visible Silence LP • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Peter Gunn • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Legs • David Reakes
 
 
  • Below The Waste • Anthony
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Arnaud
 
 
  • In Visible Silence  In No Sense Nonsense • Faxn
 
 
  • Legs 7'' - Legs 12'' - Legacy • Alexey
 
 
  • Peter Gunn (Twang Mix) - it has a certain lushness that I can't explain.
  • The gold type maybe • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • François Couture
 
 
  • In No Sense? Nonsense! • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Invisible Silence • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
7.
What is your favourite question so far?
 
 
  • 2 • Joe Atari
 
 
  • "Who is Number One?" but on here it's question 2 Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • This one. • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Question 3 • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Question 1 • Noah Owen
 
 
  • 2 • Anonymous
 
 
  • Are you insane? • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • 1 • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • number 2 • Pete Baker
 
 
  • What's your favourite album? • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • The first • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Why has the AON never covered the Pink Panther theme? • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Choose 1 or more tracks from 3 albums (#2) • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Question #7 (this one) • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Choose one or more tracks.. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • First name and Last name • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • What is your favourite question so far? • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • All of them • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • 2 • David O'Connell
 
 
  • #4. Favourite B-side... • James Coward
 
 
  • 5 because the videos are brilliant • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Number 13! • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • The next one! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • This one! • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • How do you do (it) ? • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • "What is your beloved single and mix?" Tough questions because there were so many. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • What is your beloved single and mix? • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Question 2 • Neil Young
 
 
  • Dont know • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Erm.... i would say possibly my interest of a die hard AON Fan. I Love all the questions this is fun:-)
  • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Legs • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No. 3 • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • "3. What is your beloved single and mix?" • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Question 11 • Neil Benson
 
 
  • vinyl • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • 4 • Gary Russell
 
 
  • the second one • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • 1 • Ub Green
 
 
  • Question 7 • Bob Johns
 
 
  • All of the above • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • 4. What is your favourite B-side? • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • No.1 • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • whats my name • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Favorite b-side! • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • 3 • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • 4 • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • All of them • David Harris
 
 
  • question 2 • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Favorite China Track • Sam Cray
 
 
  • No. 13 • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • WILL THERE BE NEW WORKS AND A NEW CD • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Why couldn't the full length version of Legs ever go onto CD? • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • 0. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Best Sleeve • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • This one. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • How rapid is rapid? • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • question 4 • Liam McCann
 
 
  • 3 and 4. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • This one! • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • 1 • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • number 2 (question that is) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • 4 • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • This one • David Reakes
 
 
  • 4, favorite b-side • Anthony
 
 
  • Question 4 • Arnaud
 
 
  • Choose one or more tracks from “In Visible Silence”, “In•No•Sense? Nonsense!” and “Below The Waste” that you would have liked to have seen put out as a single. • Alexey
 
 
  • 2 • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Number 7 • François Couture
 
 
  • #7: "What is your favourite question so far?" • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • 2 • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
8.
2015 saw the re-release of the three China Records albums as digital downloads,
do you prefer that format to Compact Discs and vinyl?
 
 
  • Compact disc • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Downloads are crap! Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Yes, as I listen to most of my music on a computer. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • No. • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Either • Noah Owen
 
 
  • No • Anonymous
 
 
  • No • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • no • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • No, Prefer CD, Vinyl then mp3 • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Cd • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Vinyl for the win. • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • YEs • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Yes. And i prefer it to cassettes, 8-tracks and Edison Cylinders as well. • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Compact Discs, with extras. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • No! Vinyl, followed by CD please. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Yes, all I have now is digital • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Vinyl, CD if pushed, but never downloads • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. CD. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • I always prefer hard copy. Purchases have been revoked on iTunes before. • James Coward
 
 
  • Yes and no. It's more convenient, but vinyl is the best sounding, though I listen to CDs the most of the physical formats. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • I don't care, as long as the release provides a HIGH QUALITY sample of the recordings. Minimum of 320 Kb for MP3.• Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Downloads suck! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Vinyl • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • No • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I appreciate digital downloads but would prefer compact disc for reissues because of the artwork
  • and extensive sleeve notes. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • No.  CD !  …please ?• Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • I prefer CDs or even better SACDs • Neil Young
 
 
  • No, prefer CD vinyl option! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Compact Discs. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • No • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No. cd please • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Vinyl • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Digital Download AND Compact Disk • Neil Benson
 
 

  • absolutely not • Gary Russell
 
 
  • I prefer vinyls • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • yep • Ub Green
 
 
  • No. • Bob Johns
 
 
  • No. I detest the digital download "format" • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • no. Vinyl is still King • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • CD definitely and then vinyl. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • CD/Downloads/Vinyl/wax cylinder.. in that order • Rob Mo
 
 
  • depends... If it has something I want, I'd like both but really everything is digital so if the artwork
  • is minimal then digital is fine • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • much prefer CD. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • No • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • No, release it like they reprint the books, when an order comes in make one, tell people to
  • have a little patience. • David Harris
 
 
  • Vinyl has a different sound than digital or CD. Also, the format is different for places where I
  • listen to it. Digital->Ipod, CD->Car, Vinyl->Home • Sam Cray
 
 
  • CD • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • No - CDs please • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • CD • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • No • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • CD. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Nope • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Not really, I like to hold my music by my hand. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Yes, absolutely • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Did it? I missed that!! No...I prefer physical product every time. • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • No - frankly I didn't know they had been put on download services. Get Ian Peel to do his work on 2CD deluxe editions (I know he tried but that needs to come to fruition) • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Didn't know that 2015 three China Records albums had been re-released, although I regularly visit the Artofnoiseonline.com website. I prefer the format to Compact Discs. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • No. Would like to see these albums reissued as 2CD editions with unreleased material included. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • No. I like the feeling of going into a shop and having the album physically there and taking it home. Much more personal and is part of the experience of buying music. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Vinyl 1st, CD 2nd, MP3 3rd • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • I prefer physical copies • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Duh! No! • David Reakes
 
 
  • No • Anthony
 
 
  • Compact Disc • Arnaud
 
 
  • I prefer CD • Faxn
 
 
  • not really • Alexey
 
 
  • No. Nothing quite like holding something in your hand. Deluxe editions are usually very well done but always something special about vinyl - it's like a journey as you watch the needle move through the song • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • God no! I need CD reissues of all three with bonus tracks! • François Couture
 
 
  • I prefer the CDs and records. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • No • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
9.
What version of “The Best Of The Art Of Noise” do you favour most,
blue (1988) or pink (1992)?
 
 
  • Blue with ZTT singles on it. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • 1988 blue sleeve versions Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Blue • Bagel Dee
 
 

  • pink (12" versions) • Frank Brandstaetter
 
  • Pink • Noah Owen
 
  • Double pack • Anonymous
 
 
  • Blue • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • blue (1988) • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Blue from 1988 • Pete Baker
 
 
  • No one • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • I have just the blue one (so many version grrrrrr !!! • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Neither • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Blue • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Blue • Eric Mead
 
 
  • blue.. for the 12" mixes • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Blue, most certainly • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Blue • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Blue with the free 12" of Kiss • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Pink • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Pink (1992). More tracks from an era I loved. • James Coward
 
 
  • Blue due to the extended versions of Paranoimia, Peter Gunn etc. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Blue! • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • The 3 UK blue versions that were all different on LP/Cassette/CD • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Blue (1988) • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Blue • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I favor the blue one with the 12" versions. i also enjoyed the German 1992 blue version with Yebo, and the White Noise Edit of Robinson Crusoe. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Blue • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Blue (1988) • Neil Young
 
 
  • Blue • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Blue (1988) • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Pink • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Blue • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Blue (1988) • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Blue (1988) • Neil Benson
 
 
  • blue • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Pink • Gary Russell
 
 
  • blue but I've both • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • 88 • Ub Green
 
 
  • Blue • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Blue • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • I only have the blue one. No idea on the pink one. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Pink, with the 12" versions added. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • neither, I don't do 'best of' collections for bands I collect • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Blue.. • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Blue, by far. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Pink • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Blue, bought it at Meijers in Holland, Michigan getting off 3rd shift from Life Savers • David Harris
 
 
  • Blue • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Blue, because it is a great way to have digital versions of the extended mixes that were previously only on vinyl. • Sam Cray
 
 
  • pink (1992) • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • blue • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • BOTH, because they are special versions 7 and 12 inches • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Blue • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Blue • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Blue (CD version) • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Blue • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • I have the pink one, so I'm more used to that one. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Neither. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Blue • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Blue • Liam McCann
 
 
  • The blue one (1988) with the long versions.• Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Blue probably. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Blue! • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • 1988 vinyl lp, the single versions • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Blue ( obviously ) • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Neither • David Reakes
 
 
  • Blue • Anthony
 
 
  • The Blue (1988) • Arnaud
 
 
  • Blue (12") • Faxn
 
 
  • non • Alexey
 
 
  • Blue (1988) is close to perfection even now though we could argue about some of the mixes chosen for Close, Legs/Legacy and Kiss • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Blue • François Couture
 
 
  • Blue • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Blue 1988 • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
10.
Out of the three remix albums, which one was the best:
“The Ambient Collection”, “The FON Mixes” or
“The Drum & Bass Collection” or did you feel that they were a bad idea?
 
 
  • The Ambeint Collection, the others weren't that great despite the remixers being very good in their own right • Joe Atari
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection. Don't mention the Drum & Bass Collection again! Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • I can't say I've listened to them enough to form an opinion. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • all three were not so good - not really promoting the genius of The Art of Noise • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • 1st Ambient Collection 2nd FON mixes • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Ambient • Anonymous
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • “The Ambient Collection” • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Fon Mixes (best), Drum & Bass (bad idea) • Pete Baker
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Ambiant collection • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Ambient was nice. But most of the mixes on the other two were pretty dubious. • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • The Ambient collection • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Ambient Collection • Eric Mead
 
 
  • The FON Mixes. Was a totally different idea, and widened the music of AoN to a bigger audience
  • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • I think all three had their merits - as well as their weaker tracks. My personal favourite were The FON Mixes • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection...I'd rather have them than no albums at all • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection, the others were a bad idea and the State of the Art set was milking it along with The Best of the Art of Noise: The Art of Love • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Drum & Bass bad, liked Ambient, FON OK. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Ambient Collection, especially since it contains 'A Nation Rejects'. The other two felt far more like tribute/cover albums than remixes. • James Coward
 
 
  • FON Mixes. They weren't necessarily a bad idea, but aren't as re-listenable as the actual work by AON • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • That's a difficult question, but I think I play Ambient more than FON or the Drum and Bass. All three are excellent collections! • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection was great the other two were bad! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection was interesting • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • The ambient collection • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection was good but it didn't stray far from the originals in most places. I would have liked ambient reconstructions. Youth did a great job with "Art of Love" though. The FON Mixes were interesting (Prodigy remix) but as a whole it was somewhat inconsistent. I didn't enjoy the Drum and Bass collection, to be honest. most of the mixes did not go well with the original source material.
  • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection  The other two were really bad.• Neil Young
 
 
  • Ambient Collection. • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Fon • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • The Ambient Colle ction • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • I personally didn't like them very much • Drew G-P
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection. FON and Drum & Bass were terrible. • Neil Benson
 
 
  • the ambient is the best imho Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • FON Mixes • Gary Russell
 
 
  • the fon mix • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • the Ambient Collection • Ub Green
 
 
  • Ambient was actually my introduction to AON an dI love it. The other two though.... • Bob Johns
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection by far. Fon Mixes and DnB-Collection were bad. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Ambient Collection. • Gregory Hogan
 
 

  • The Ambient Collection...as if it came from my own mind.. or a collection of TDK D90 cassettes'
  • of AON i would do for people when they asked for one. The others.. well why not • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Ambient collection was way cool... I think the others were okay but I haven't heard them in a long time • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection. The others were alright, but a period complete remix collection should have been issued. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Ambient • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • All great, Ambient is my favorite • David Harris
 
 
  • Ambient Collection • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Depends on my mood. Ambient and DnB are great collections of lo-fi music for reading, cleaning, browsing the net, etc. whereas FON mixes are more energy packed for things like workouts.
  • Sam Cray
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • totally frustrated there was no new material - a bad idea • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • THE AMBIENT COLLECTION • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • "The Ambient Collection" • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • FON was good, Ambient collection ok, didn't buy D&B mix. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Drum and Bass • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Ambient collection, although I'm not really familiar with the FON mixes. I've forced myself to listen to the DnB collection a few times, but that's not my style. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • The FON Mixes...a damn good idea at the time (all 3 albums) • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Ambient Collection is excellent. I'm going to buck the trend here - I really liked the first 2 albums and bought State of the Art 3 CD set. Drum and Bass Collection was tosh though. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • They were a bad idea, particularly "The FON Mixes". • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection, but in truth I'm not keen on any of them really. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Not keen to be honest. I have all three and never listen to them because it's just not AoN apart from The Ambient Collection and I'm not keen on that either. I prefer the originals, they didn't need mashing up beyond all recognition or interspersing them with sound effects. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Fon Mixes 1st, Ambient 2nd, D&B Collection 19th • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • I bought me them all but hardly played them. • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • TAC • David Reakes
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Anthony
 
 
  • The FON Mixes Was A Bad Idea (IMHO). The Best Is "The Ambient Collection" • Arnaud
 
 
  • Fon Mixes Faxn
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection • Alexey
 
 
  • Ambient is the best but they all have their merits. Anything after track 1 on Drum'n'bass you could live without though • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Bad idea • François Couture
 
 
  • The Ambient Collection, and all three were a bad idea. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Ambient Collection • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
11.
If you were asked to create a new remix album,
who would you ask to remix it and what tracks would you include?
 
 
  • Me. I'd do a better job than most. Beatbox, Moments In Love, Close To The Edit, Who's Afraid, Realisation, Legs, Camilla, The Chamelwons Dish, Opus 4, One Earth • Joe Atari
 
 
  • JJ Jeczalik & Gary Langan / all four first albums in 5.1 Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Trevor Horn does great remixes. • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Holger Hiller should remix Dragnet - Moments in Love - Paranoimia • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Baardsen remix , EFL • Noah Owen
 
 
  • JJ! • Anonymous
 
 
  • T.M. Verwest, Kiso, Black Coffee, DJ Felix Jaehn, Paul Kalkbrenner, Alle Farben, Nellee Hooper ... ... ... Dragnet, Bond, Legacy, Legs, Hoops and Mallets, Counterpoint, Flashback, Paranoimia, Instruments of Darkness, Opus III and 4, To Add To The Confusion, Heart of Love, Don Jose,
  • A Nation Rejects, Eye Of A Neele • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • J.J. Jeczalik • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • not sure on remixers, but would like to hear a remix of Hoops & Mallets • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Don't know really... • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Opus 4 legs • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • 1. Myself  2. Mr Oizo 3. Krazy Baldhead  4. Noisia  Hoops and Mallets  Chamelions Dish
  • Day At The Races • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • I would ask Sweetback to Remix the album and I would include Moments in Love, Camilla, Island, Love Beat, Eye of the Needle, Cassandra, Back Beat, One Earth, Beatbox, Close to the Edit, Yebo, Dan Dare • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Trent Reznor (of Nine Inch Nails) - Fin Du Temps • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Liam Howlett. Backbeat, EFL, Ode to Don Jose, Peter Gunn, Paranoimia (album version), Chameleons Dish, Yebo!, Catwalk.• Peter Marriott
 
 
  • New and old, I would ask Mantronik, Arthur Baker, 2 Blind Mice from the old school. Maceo Plex, Plaid and Amon Tobin from later. However, my absolute dream would be a Niels Frahm remix of Robinson Crusoe! • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Dangermouse and whatever he thinks would work well. • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • The Art of Noise (Dudley/Jeczalik/Langan) • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Don't know. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Francois Kevorkian, Daniel Myer, or Junkie XL. I would prefer to include all b-sides and any external collaborations possible. • James Coward
 
 
  • There are many indie artists on Bandcamp that create 'unusual' styles of music that I think could make interesting remixes of AON work. Tracks that I would include would be the shorter tracks/interludes e.g. Roundabout 727 • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Eno! Eno and remix the first album... • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Would recompile Influence: CD1. Beat Box (original 7"); Close (To The Edit) (7"); Moments In Love (7"); Legs (7"); Peter Gunn (7"); Paranoimia (7"); Dragnet (Arthur Baker 7" Mix); Kiss (7"); Yebo (7"); Art Of Love (7"); Instruments Of Darkness (All Of Us Are One People); Metaforce; Hoops and Mallets; Something Always Happens; Why Me?; A Nation Rejects; Opus 111; Acton Art; (Theme From) The Krypton Factor.  - CD2: Beep Beep; Beat Box (Diversion 3); A Time For Fear (JJ's 12"); Dainty; Moments In Love (Anne to Tears); I'm A Stranger Here Myself; Casandra; E.F.L.; Ode To Don Jose (12" Edit); A Day At The Races (12" Edit); One Earth (12" Edit); Dan Dare (Edit); To Add To The Confusion; Beat Box (Diversion 10); Legacy (7"); Dragnet '88 (7"); Paranoimia '89 (7").
  • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Myself. Anything you would throw at me! • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Gonzales. Moments in Love. Camilla. Legs. Paranoimia. Beatbox. Backbeat. Instruments of Darkness. Dragnet. • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Biosphere, Gusgus, Chicane, William orbit, Aphex Twin, Youth, Banco De Gaia, Mark Pritchard, Leftfield  Ode to Don Jose  Robinson Crusoe  Kiss  Paranoimia  Yebo  Dan Dare  EFL  Camilla
  • Legs• Jon Masciana
 
 
  • - Legs or Catwalk / by François Kevorkian - Dragnet / By Hot Chip
  • - Ode to Don Jose / By Daedelus - Camilla / By Clark  - Peter Gun / By Will.I.Am
  • - Paranoimia / By Marl Bell - LFO - Finale / By Stars Of The Lid
  • - Instruments of Darkness / By Laibach - Debut / by Silence - Kiss / by Towa Tei
  • - Crusoe / by Haruomi Hosono - A Nation Rejects / by Bibio
  • …and i've a few more good ideas like that :-D• Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Gary Langan  No preference so long as they were traditional 12" remixes and not these god awful club remixes you get these days.• Neil Young
 
 
  • Martin Gore and Boris Blank, Of course Close to The Edit, and Legs • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • J.J.Jeczalik, Gary Langan and Anne Dudley. E.F.L, A DAY AT THE RACES, CRUSOE, ODE TO DON JOSE, ROLLER 1, OPUS FOR ROUR, CAMILLA,BACK BEAT, JAMES BOND THEME, KRYPTON FACTOR THEM (EXTENDED STEREO REMIX) TO NAME A FEW.... HOOPS AND MALLETS, WHY ME?, A NATIONS REJECT, PARANOIMIA, BACKBEAT , THE CHAMELEONS
  • DISH.......• Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Four Tet or aphex twin. • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Trevor Horn • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Close to the Edit and Beat Box • Drew G-P
 
 
  • DJ Yoda, Kiasmos, Nils Frahm, JJ, Trevor Horn • Neil Benson
 
 
  • oooh, i'm not the specialist Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Public Service Broadcasting should do anything and everything • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Daft Punk remix Beat Box  Oli De Sat remix Bright Noise • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • pet shop boys/shpongle • Ub Green
 
 
  • Boards of Canada, any of it • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Olafur Arnalds. In No Sense - full album. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • Please no remixes. Most of them were bad anyway. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • J J. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • NO! NO MORE REMIXES ! new material and new sounds only.... bad questionnaire ... no pudding for you • Rob Mo
 
 
  • I like a lot of Japanese artists so I'd put out Haruomi Hosomo & Ryuichi Sakamoto of YMO...plus Japanese artist Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada), Konishi Yasuharu of Pizzicato Five, Fantastic Plastic Machine (Tomoyuki Tanaka) • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Rhythm Scholar, Lenno, Gramatik - any of the big singles. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Rollo, pet shop boys, stuart price. In visible silence tracks • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Graham Massey and Trevor Horn, Norman Cook and Dan the Automator, Steve Albini and Tony Visconti, Noel VonHarmonson, Thomas Huttar, Dragnet, Fin du Temps, James Bond Theme, Crusoe , Robinson Crusoe, Yebo! Legs, Peter Gunn, Camilla, The Old Old Story • David Harris
 
 
  • 808 State, Daft Punk; Every track is fair game to me, including B-sides • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Paranoimia, legs • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • JJ, Anne and Gary • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • ALL THE HITS FROM TOP 20 OF AON, MIXED BY DRUM AND BASS DJ'S, LIKE, PENDULUM, CHASE AND STATUS, 808 STATE, THE PRODIGY, THE ORB AND SO ON • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Never • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Yoshinori Sunahara, Audiodile, • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • 5.1 remix by Steven Wilson, all tracks available. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Trevor Horn of course! I'd love to hear his approach to the China material • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Absolutely no idea. But perhaps The Avalanches - their style is quite close to AoN.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • I would ask to Steve Lipson, no matter what tracks to remix. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Paul Dakeyne, Steve Anderson, Ben Liebrand, JJ, Steve Lipson, and myself. I would limit it to singles and a few key albums tracks too numerous to mention (wait...that's more than a few) • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Difficult - Would like the Orb to curate and remix stuff from the whole catalogue not just China. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • I'd ask Trevor Horn, Stephen Hague, OMD, the Pet Shop Boys and Blank & Jones to make a remix album. Tracks: "Moments In Love" "Beatbox""Paranoimia" "Camilla" "Peter Gunn" "Dragnet" "E.F.L"  "Ode To Don Jose"• Stefan Risto
 
 
  • It would have to be the original members of AON. If pushed, I'd choose non-single album tracks to remix but really they're fine as they are. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • That's a very tough question. If I had to, I'd ask someone like Moby to do it and I'd probably include the hits such as Kiss, Paranoimia etc, plus the more ambient tracks like Camilla, EFL, One Earth etc. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Remixes by Yello, the Detroit Masters (May, Atkins & Saunderson), and maybe some artists from today's dance scene, ie Disclosure, Duke Dumont? • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • You can't improve on perfection unless it was mixed by the same team that did Wishful Thinking for Propaganda. • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • None. RIP. • David Reakes
 
 
  • Madhatter and songs are Catwalk, Back to Back, Legs (ILM), Eye of a Needle, Instruments of Darkness, Slip of the tongue • Anthony
 
 
  • The Future Sound Of London And The Track Is : Opus For Four • Arnaud
 
 
  • I would ask myself Tracks: close (to the edit)  Legs  Paranoimia Faxn
 
 
  • yello, royksopp, william orbit • Alexey
 
 
  • With proper source material I think Blank & Jones would be a safe pair of hands - they respect the originals rather than use the project to solely further their careers • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • I don't want a new remix album. • François Couture
 
 
  • I would remix it, and I would include all of the upbeat tracks from the Who's Afraid, Silence, Nonsense, and Waste LPs. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Difficult one, I'd have to think about that one. Not sure about the remixer as long as the tracks are not too far removed from the originals. Not sure what tracks I'd include, but certainly Paranoimia, Legs & Peter Gunn.• Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
12.
Who was your favourite guest artist that appeared with the Art of Noise between 1986-1989 Duane Eddy, Max Headroom, Tom Jones, Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens?
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Max Headroom Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Max Headroom, of course! Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Max Headroom Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Mahlathini • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Max • Anonymous
 
 
  • Tom Jones • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Duane Eddy (loved the tube live version) • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • All of them • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Max and Duanne. By the way I would love a collab with Kool Kieth, Bjork or Mike Patton.
  • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Tom Jones • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Sir Tom Jones • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Max Headroom. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Duane Eddy. • James Coward
 
 
  • Max Headroom because his contribution was quite unconventional and unique for a collaboration
  • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Max, of course • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Max Headroom… err… Tom Jones… no…Max Headroom ! That's it !
  • No, it has to be Tom Jones… err…can't decide !• Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Neil Young
 
 
  • has to be Max!!!!!! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Duane Eddy it was a better version that AON Did. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Max headroom • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Tom Jones • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Max Headroom. He was PERFECT!! • Drew G-P
 
 
  • They were all great. Duane Eddy though. • Neil Benson
 
 
  • tom jones Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Max! • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens • Ub Green
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Fat Boys • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • Duane Eddy. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Max Headroom. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Duane.. a twang of genius... the resurrection of Tom Jones, not so much • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Probably either Duane Eddy or Max. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Max • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Tom Jones • David Harris
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens (I loved Yebo) • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Max Headroom (as he is the reason I was introduced to AoN in the first place) • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • MATT FREWER AKA MAX HEADROOM • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Max. Definitely Max. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Duane Eddy, there rest were shit • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • I would say Duane Eddy. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Tom Jones (Welsh bias) • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Duane Eddy. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Definitely Mahlathini and co. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Duane Eddy on the Tube, WOW • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Max • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • The yodelling guy. And Max. • David Reakes
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Anthony
 
 
  • Max Headroom • Arnaud
 
 
  • MAX!!! • Faxn
 
 
  • Tom Jones • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens • François Couture
 
 
  • Duane Eddy. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Duane Eddy • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
14.
Have you got any music by that artist, if so what single or album do you own?
 
 
  • Er, no. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Yes, I have "Merry Christmas Santa Claus (You're A Lovely Guy) on 7" vinyl Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • I've got a few of his shows. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Merry Christmas, Santa Claus (Single) • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • No • Anonymous
 
 
  • Reload, The Lead and how to Swing it • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • CD Duane Eddy - Duane Eddy CDP 7 46897 2 • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • only the one that Anne & JJ worked on • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Almost everything • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No just art of noise • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • No • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • No • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Several albums, thanks in no small part due to that collaboration • Eric Mead
 
 
  • None yet. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • I must admit, on the strength of the Peter Gunn track, I bought a record of Duane Eddy's Greatest Hits! • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • No but I used to watch the TV show. • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Yes, I have all of his albums (hope he don't find out it was I who nicked them - ha ha)
  • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Duane Eddy (1987) as well as 'Spies' 12" single. • James Coward
 
 

  • Max didn't release anything. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Yes, I have the Max Headroom Christmas single • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • No • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Nil • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I only have a copy of Duck Rock, which includes Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens
  • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Nope. • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • 78rpm record The Ballad of Paladin • Neil Young
 
 
  • No but got The Max Headroom Series on VHS! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • No sorry • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • No • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • None • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • I dont have any Max Headroom albums but I have Paranoimia • Drew G-P
 
 
  • None • Neil Benson
 
 
  • tom jones: the collection 1995 • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • The solo Max haedroom singles (hey, it was the 80s and i was obssessed with him!) • Gary Russell
 
 
  • no • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • yabo • Ub Green
 
 
  • no • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Yes. A 12" • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • no • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Nope. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • nope.. as if I would tell you I own a Tom Jones album • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Merry Christmas Santa Claus • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • I do not. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • No • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Tom Jones Greatest Hits on vinyl • David Harris
 
 
  • No • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • I have the one Paranoimia 12" • Sam Cray
 
 
  • no • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • No • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • NO • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Duane Eddy (1987) • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • No • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Sort of, he only did that other Christmas single. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Nope • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Not really. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • No. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • His ZTT album "The Lead And How To Swing It", "Reload" • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • No but parents had a best of which I used to listen to. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Haven't got any music. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • No. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Ashamed to say I don't. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Duane Eddy LP with the 2 tracks written by Anne & JJ, don't own a Tom Jones album, but hope to pick up Max Headroom's Greatest Hits soon ;) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • No • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • No • David Reakes
 
 
  • No • Anthony
 
 
  • .... Complicated With Max Headroom • Arnaud
 
 
  • close to the edit 7" • Faxn
 
 
  • If only I knew CD single • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Actually I do not. • François Couture
 
 
  • No. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • No • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
15.
Did you notice that there is no question 13?
 
 
  • No. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Yes. Did you know that some skyscrapers don't either? Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • I do now... Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Nope. :-) • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • No • Noah Owen
 
 
  • No ha ha • Anonymous
 
 
  • Yes (cause it is my lucky number) • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • yes • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • no lol • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Yes I would just enough time to do an apple pie !!! • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • "definitely vibrant" • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Yes • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Prior to this question, no. • Eric Mead
 
 
  • was too busy reading the questions :) • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Thank goodness. Hate a bit of bad luck. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • not until now • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • OMG!, you're right! • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • I've not been focusing on the numbers, really. LOL! • James Coward
 
 
  • No, but I wasn't looking at the question numbers. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Who cares!? • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • No • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Just now I did. I need to pay attention. • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Who cares ? • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Now that you mention it. I appreciate that. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Yep. • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • No • Neil Young
 
 
  • Ahhh Clever! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Ha Ha.... i didn't until you mentioned it , to busy typing..Lol.... • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • No • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • No • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Nope • Neil Benson
 
 
  • no • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • I did not. Now, however, I cannot unnotice it! • Gary Russell
 
 
  • no... • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • no • Ub Green
 
 
  • no • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Still waiting for it to come. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • no • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Yep. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • nope, but I answered it anyway • Rob Mo
 
 
  • No, not until you mentioned it • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • I did not. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • No • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • No I did not until just a second ago! • David Harris
 
 
  • I didn't! • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Huh...no I did not...nice job! :) • Sam Cray
 
 
  • no • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Yes • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • BRINGS BAD LUCK I THINK • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Yes • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Yes • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • No. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Yep • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • No • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Yes. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No. Did you notice that you read all of this answer except that last word which is written in
  • invisible .• Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Yep. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Yes. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • No! • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Nope! I was too busy using my noggin and I've not been awake long so I think I'm doing well.• Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • unlucky for some • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • No • David Reakes
 
 
  • No • Anthony
 
 
  • Yes • Arnaud
 
 
  • NO • Faxn
 
 
  • not yet • Alexey
 
 
  • No (yes) • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Yep. Superstitious? • François Couture
 
 
  • Yes. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • It's unlucky ! • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
16.
Would you like to put the kettle on and make a cup of tea* before your start answering questions in part two?(*other beverages are available)
 
 
  • I'm ok. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Yes, I could murder a cup of tea! Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Tea sounds lovely, thank you. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Yes - Earl Grey • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Y • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Good idea • Anonymous
 
 
  • No • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • no • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • no :)• Pete Baker
 
 
  • No • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Yes I would just enough time to do an apple pie !!! • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • someone stole my teasmade • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Nah, I'm Good. • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Yes, and I will. • Eric Mead
 
 
  • No, happy to carry on :) • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • No, Im primed and ready for more. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Got my 7up. • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Tea, milk, no sugar! • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. My grandma does that English stuff anyway and she is not present. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • I'm much more of a cafe au lait type, thank you. I do enjoy some Sencha Kyoto green tea, though.
  • James Coward
 
 
  • Already taken care of (drinking tea right now). • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • No, I'm a Coffee drinker, thanks very much! • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Kettle is on! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • That sounds like a good idea. • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Cup of tea with Anne & the mad hatter • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • No, I'd prefer to keep answering questions. They're good questions. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Already did… Ahh, a nice cup of tea. • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Yes • Neil Young
 
 
  • Nope! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Wow Id'e Love a Cup of Tea , if i put the kettle on you can make it ? Thanks for asking...Lol
  • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Yes • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • No thanks. • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Yes -- this is hard work. Whats it for anyhow ? • Neil Benson
 
 
  • open my beer • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Alas, whilst the answer should be yes, I have neither kettle nor tea here at work.
  • Which is, frankly, criminal! • Gary Russell
 
 
  • No but I'm going to eat ! I come back in 20 minuts • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • ready2go • Ub Green
 
 
  • Yes • Bob Johns
 
 
  • No sir. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • Did already • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Done! • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • they don't let me have matches, y'know..... they think I'm some sort of fire risk • Rob Mo
 
 
  • nope i'm at work.. • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Nah I'm good. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • No, lets get it on • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • There is nothing like a good cup of tea! • David Harris
 
 
  • Yes please! • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Some Chai with a splash of milk does sound good right about now :) • Sam Cray
 
 
  • yes • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • No • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • NO, ONLY LIKE COFFEE, ALLREADY HAVE IT NOW;-) • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Absolutely • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • No • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • I'm good. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • How about a pint? • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Not really, but thanks. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • No. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • It's 3am...I have a brandy. :) • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • If you wouldn't mind. Could do with a coffee and a tipple on the side. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • No. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • I would but I can't be bothered with going downstairs to do it. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Well I've just had one but that was tough so I think I need another. And possibly some sort of biscuit. Hold on....• Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • too late, will stick with Buxton • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Tea, 2 sugars please. • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • No. I have whisky. • David Reakes
 
 
  • Not a tea drinker but a cold glass of milk would be great. • Anthony
 
 
  • Yep :-) • Arnaud
 
 
  • no • Faxn
 
 
  • yes, please • Alexey
 
 
  • Yes (no) • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Already have my cup in hand. • François Couture
 
 
  • Yes. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Yes :) • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
 
PART TWO: THE ZTT YEARS
 
 
 
 
17.
Which is your favourite album, “(Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise!”
or “The Seduction Of Claude Debussy”?
 
 
  • Who's Afraid. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise? Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Seduction has always appealed to me. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • The Seduction of Claude Debussy • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • The seduction of Claude Debussy • Noah Owen
 
 
  • WAO • Anonymous
 
 
  • Who's Afraid (of) • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • The Seduction Of Claude Debussy • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Pete Baker
 
 
  • The Seduction Of Claude Debussy • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • The seduction of Claude Debussy • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • No competition... definately Afraid wins by a country mile • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of? • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • (Who's Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise! • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Whos Afraid of The Art of Noise, an absolute classic. It started the ball rolling for many other artistes. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • No competition, Who's Afraid wins hands down • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of? • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise? could never understand why the Seduction album was credited to Art of Noise when the two founder members weren't on it and what were they thinking? Sorry but
  • Art of Noise were about being creative, not copying what a 10 year old can do on their laptop!
  • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Debussy. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • (Who's Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise! • James Coward
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of?, which is the first AON I bought. However, I am getting more and more into The Seduction recently. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of. The Debussy tribute was good, but not reat. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise I play a lot. The Seduction Of Claude Debussy I use as a cup coaster • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • (Who's Afraid of?) The Art of Noise • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Who's Afraid of ? • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • "(Who's Afraid of?) The Art of Noise!" • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • (Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Neil Young
 
 
  • (Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Got to Be Who's Afraid Of AON. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Who's afraid • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Whos Afraid is the best!! • Drew G-P
 
 
  • That is a tough one. There both great but both very different albums.
  • At a push -- Who's Afraid of? Neil Benson
 
 
  • whos afraid of • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Gary Russell
 
 
  • (Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • cant decide both are timeless • Ub Green
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Changes from time to time. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • Into Battle • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Seduction. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Who's Afraid.... it was my 'White Noise-Electric Storm'.. it was my Beatles-Abbey Road...my Peter Frampton... my Darkside • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of...but Seduction is nothing to sneeze at! • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Who's Afraid. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Both • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • (Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise • David Harris
 
 
  • The Seduction of Claude Debussy • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • The Seduction of Claude Debussy • Sam Cray
 
 
  • (Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise!” • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Seduction • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • WHO'S AFRAID OF ..THE ART OF NOISE • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • (Who's Afraid Of?) • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Who's Afraid. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Hard choice, but I'd choose the Debussy one.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • The Seduction Of Claude Debussy.• Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • (Who's Afraid Of)... • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • "Who's Afraid ....." has always been my facourite but I have the 2011 RSD vinyl extended version of Into Battle and that has been played many a time. That was a class addition to the catalogue. •
  • Liam McCann
 
 
  • “(Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise!” • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of? • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Who's Afraid, naturally. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • (Who's Afraid) of course • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Who • David Reakes
 
 
  • Who's Afraid of, actually Into Battle but its not offered. • Anthony
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of? • Arnaud
 
 
  • Who's afraid • Faxn
 
 
  • The Seduction Of Claude Debussy • Alexey
 
 
  • The more complete album is Debussy - in terms of impact it would have to be Who's Afraid •
  • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Who's Afraid, hands down. • François Couture
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of? • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
18.
What is your prized ZTT single and mix?
 
 
  • Moments In Love (Beaten) • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Beat Box / Part 2 on the dutch only single Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Does non-AON count? (if so then Welcome to the PD. [Fruitness] by FGTH) Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Close (to the edit) • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Metaforce + Metaforce (Roni Size mix) • Noah Owen
 
 
  • I think Edited from pic disc 12" • Anonymous
 
 
  • Three Fingers Of Love • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • Cloesly Cloesly (Enough's Enough) • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Moments in Love (Beaten) • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Closely Closely (my 1st AON 12") • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Beatbox • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • It's so cruel ......island • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • All of the who chance blinks... • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Close to the edit ( long mix ) • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Beat Box (Diversion One) • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Moments in Love 12" • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) Original 7" Mix, or Beat Box (Diversion One) • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Beat Box Diversion One • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Edited and that mix of Beat Box that only appeared on that NME tape • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Beat Box 7" • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Prized single: Tortoise shaped 'Moments In Love' Prized mix: Closer (To The Edit) • James Coward
 
 

  • Don't have one.• Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Uncut picture disc of Moments In Love/Beat Box • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Beatbox • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Moments in Love (beaten) • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Such a difficult question. I would have to say my most prized one is: the original 7" b-side test pressing "A Time to Hear" (it was literally just a one-sided 7" test pressing of that one song.)
  • But my favorite mix was "Moments in Love (Beaten)."• Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Moments In Love (Beaten)  Close To The Edit (Closely, Closely) • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Close-Up • Neil Young
 
 
  • Edited 12" Picture Disc • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Moments In Love (BEATEN) • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Ctte cassingle • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • N/a • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Beat Box Diversion 1 and 2 • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Into Battle • Neil Benson
 
 
  • moments in love • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • The US version of CttE with (Do) Donna (Do) on the b side • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Beat Box (Diversion One) ‎• Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Beat Box • Ub Green
 
 
  • Beatbox Picture Disk • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Close to the Edit. That red cover with the car. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Love, Beaten. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Moments in Love(Three Fingers).... I had my Civil Partnership to it • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Art of Noise Edited picture disc... Moments In Love (BEATEN)! • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Probably Moments In Love CD single with the videos. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Moments in love remix ben liebrand • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • I love it all • David Harris
 
 
  • Dreaming In Colour (Wet Dream / Way Out West's Excellent Extended Mix) • Sam Cray
 
 
  • moments in love • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Close Up (hop!) • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • MOMENTS IN LOVE 12" and INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS PRODIGY REMIX • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Single: Close-Up  Mix: "Moments In Love (Beaten)" • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Re-works of Art of Noise. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • I own all four versions of 'Close Up' + the 'Edited' 12" picture disc. • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • The Bed Mixes are really nice, I like them.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Boh... • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Close Up (Hop) • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • My first AON single was 12" of Close-Up on Greek or German Island bought from Woolies. Blown away by that. I do have a soft spot for Closely Closely with Moments In Love on the B-side. •
  • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Beatbox (Diversion One) • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Close to the Edit  (Closely Closely (Enough's Enough) • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Can I say any of them? • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Closely Closely (Enough's Enough) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • 12" picture disc of Close to the Edit • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Closely Closely • David Reakes
 
 
  • Moments Picture Disc and single is Closely Closely (Enough's Enough) • Anthony
 
 
  • Beatbox (Diversion Two) • Arnaud
 
 
  • ?? • Faxn
 
 
  • Moments in Love 12" and the Beaten mix but the bass and piano on Close up blew my mind at the time • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Close-Up (Hop) • François Couture
 
 
  • Closer • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Close to the Edit the mix on the picture disc • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
19.
Choose your favoured video from those periods?
 
 
  • Moments In Love • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) version 3 Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • The original Close (To The Edit) I found humerus. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Close (to the edit) • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Close • Anonymous
 
 
  • Cloes (to the edit) • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Moments in Love • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Close (to the edit), animated one • Pete Baker
 
 
  • no one • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Kiss • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Close (all versions) • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Close to the edit • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit), classic video which brings it all back. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Again...Close (To The Edit) • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Close to the Edit • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) (UK versions) • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Close (to the edit) • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) • James Coward
 
 
  • Close to the edit (version 2) • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Are you kidding? I was deprived of video! :( • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Moments In Love, as it's the first time I ever saw what Art Of Noise looked liked • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • I never saw any • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Moments in Love • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Definitely "Close" - very memorable, although they were all good. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Beatbox • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Moments In Love • Neil Young
 
 
  • PARANOIMIA • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Moments in Love with Gary Langan with a eye mask on, and J.J.Jeczalik on stage playing keyboards with Anne Dudley on keyboards too.... It Looked Romantic with the dancers.... • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Ctte • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Moments In Love • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Close to the edit • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Close (To the edit) • Neil Benson
 
 
  • moments in love • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • CttE • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Moments In Love • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Beat Box • Ub Green
 
 
  • Close to the Edit • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Close • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • Moments in Love. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • never into the videos.. it was all about the audio for me • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Close To The Edit by Zbig... and the Moments in Love video (the turtle!) • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Beatbox. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Moments • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Moments in Love, Close to the Edit with the piano mods • David Harris
 
 
  • Original video of Close to the Edit • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Close To The Edit (Version 1 / Piano Destructo) • Sam Cray
 
 
  • beat box • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Legs • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • ALL FROM INTO VISION • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Moment's In Love • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • "Close (To The Edit)" • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Close to the Edit. Can we please have Hammersmith on DVD/Blu ray? • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • close to the edit, 1st version • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • See question 5.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • No one. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • I don't watch videos • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Moments In Love made me chuckle but the original cut up version of Close is the fave •
  • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Moments In Love • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Close to the Edit. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Moments in Love (I love tortoises. Can that be a reason? Oh and you see the members of the band which is quite exciting.) • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Close (to the edit) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Close to the Edit • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) - all versions • David Reakes
 
 
  • Beat Box with Paul Morley intro. • Anthony
 
 
  • Close (To The Edit) • Arnaud
 
 
  • Close • Faxn
 
 
  • Animated Close to the edit • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Close (to the edit) • François Couture
 
 
  • Close to the edit • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • Close to the Edit the mix • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
20.
Tell us your favourite quote or Morley-ism and favourite sleeve?
 
 
  • Moments In Love • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Blessed are the Noise Makers Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 

  • None • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • In a world full of information... Something is missing (from dreaming colour green) • Noah Owen
 
 
  • I love all the brackets and punctuation in song titles and including band name in a sentence.
  • Anonymous
 
 
  • Trevor Horn huummmmed along, "Pinch Yourself!". ... Moments In Love (Weeps) • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Quote: Is that a gunn in your pocket or are you just delighted to see me? Sleeve: The Art Of Noise ‎– (Who's Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise! Polystar ‎– P33D-20025 • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Elephants are very big, Close up sleeve • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Who's afraid of • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Nous sommes nous sommes Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • "a spanner is intrinsicly more interesting than the lead singer of Tears for Fears" • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • And again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to walk through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to enter the kingdom of GOD. • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Favorite sleeve - "Moments In Love" (any of them except the dagger and heart variation) • Eric Mead
 
 
  • To be in England, in summertime with my love, close to the edge.
  • The original Who's Afraid cover. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • All change begins with someone having a thought and favourite sleeve is the 12" of Close-Up
  • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • I have no sleeves!!! • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • "Be happy or die" • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Liner notes of "Daft." No favorite sleeve. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • 'the art of noise dance, do and think." • James Coward
 
 
  • Blessed Are The Noisemakers. Favourite sleeve is cover of Close (to the edit) 7" with the skeleton with scythe statue. Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Don't have one. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • "daft as a brush!", favourite cover: original Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise UK cassette, must be the best designed inlay card ever! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • I'm sure I've heard many and have not realized it was Paul. The Drama Masks • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Be Happy or Die ! • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • From the Closely Closely label: nearly whatever you want but never quite... / aaah!
  • Favorite sleeve: Close (to the Edit) was great.• Jon Masciana
 
 
  • - "The Art Of Noise have only just begun" - Into Battle • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • One duck stood on my toes etc... • Neil Young
 
 
  • Elephants are Very Big......... The Art of Noise Have Only Just Begun! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Elephants are very Big! - The Art of Noise have only just Begun.... Favourite sleeve; Moments in Love, the masks & the 7" sleeve with the heart and knife on. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • I like who's afraid but not bothered about specific quotes • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Too many to answer • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • "Please, be an Art of Noise audience and ask us a question." My favorite sleeve is ZTT sleeves
  • Drew G-P
 
 
  • The masks version of WAotAoN is the best cover. All Morley quotes are sublime and beyond
  • judgement. They just are. • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Daft • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Something Is Missing • Ub Green
 
 
  • because a spanner is intrinsicly more interesting, than the lead singer of Tears for Fears.
  • Bob Johns
 
 
  • "Let us weep with those we expose to tear gas" • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Ummm. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Words and Music.. the entire book. The flag 'The art of noise dance' • Rob Mo
 
 
  • elephants are very big... Close-Up (HOP) • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • No favorite quote. Sleeve: all of them, really. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Mine is the last voice you will ever hear • David Harris
 
 
  • "I think my job is very abstract. I do a lot of thinking." ; Close-Up • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Moments In Love (Beaten) • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • BE HAPPY OR DIE • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Don't tell the truth and Below the Waste • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • don't have one. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • 'diversion two shrank into close to the edit which now blows into close up' ; for sleeve it must be the original uk who's afraid of lp sleeve, with close up a 'close' 2nd • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • perhaps the sleeve of Who's afraid, although I always loved those pictures inside Into Battle, especially the cross one. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Close Up. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Nothing was going to stop them anyway (is that right?) That purple Moments In Love sleeve...with the ultra smart graphic design....not your usual ZTT design • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Don't have one to be honest - enjoy reading his sleevenotes, found the Otto Flake thing on Daft quite funny and loved his input to AON. But can take or leave his diatribes to be honest. Who's Afraid original UK LP is a masterpiece but would like to see the End Of A Century artwork on a vinyl sleeve. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • "A is for... Art of Noise". "Daft" (favourite sleeve)• Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Raiding the 20th Century  In Visible Silence • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Definitely the who's afraid sleeve with the statue. That's the one I most associate with Art of Noise. Favourite Morleyism is at the end of the Into Vision DVD he quotes Captain Beefheart and then begs the audience not to applaud it, that always makes me giggle. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • "the art noise have only just begun" & Close Up 12" • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Elephants are very big. Moments in Love with the dagger. • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • The one about the tortoise that died. Sleeve: Lovebeat 12" • David Reakes
 
 
  • The Art of Noise have only just begun. Into Battle best sleeve. • Anthony
 
 
  • The Genesis Of Stupidity On "Who's Afraid Of?" And Close Up For The Sleeve. • Arnaud
 
 
  • Let us laugh with those we tickle, let us wheep with those we expose to teargas  Sleeve: Close (7")• Faxn
 
 
  • Love is JUST A MOMENT • Alexey
 
 
  • I thought 'That was Close' was a great title for the Close to the Edit singlette • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Why choose? • François Couture
 
 
  • Into Battle is the nicest sleeve. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • To be in England  Fave sleeve, the one with the van (Close Up) • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
21.
Do you normally answer these many questions on questionnaires?
 
 
  • No. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • No, I usually don't answer them Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Not really • Bagel Dee
 
 
  • No • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Nope • Noah Owen
 
 
  • No! Anonymous
 
 
  • No • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • no • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • no • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No nether it's the first time • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Blessed are the noise makers • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • NO. But I will for AON!!! • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • No, but this is a special occasion, as i have been an Art of Noise fan for 30 of my 37 years.
  • Eric Mead
 
 
  • No, as normally questionnaires are not as interesting as asking questions about AoN.
  • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • No I don't and quite frankly my fingers are hurting • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Yes • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • This is nothing, you should see my intray at work! • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Only if it's for/from someone I like. And The Art of Noise informed a lot of my musical taste.
  • So, I'll do it, even just as an inadequate 'thank you'. • James Coward
 
 
  • No, but I like the format of this questionnaire. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • No, but for the Art Of Noise, I would do just about anything! • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Yes • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • I'm stick through this! • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • No way ! • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • No, but I will for the Art of Noise. You do know that all of your die-hard fans would love a 30th Anniversary of In Visible Silence and In No Sense Nonsense and Below the Waste!!• Jon Masciana
 
 
  • It happens… • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • No • Neil Young
 
 
  • Naa • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • No But Keep them Comming..... Lol • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Yes • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • No. This is my first time. • Drew G-P
 
 
  • No • Neil Benson
 
 
  • no, i do not have fluent english • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Not often enough! • Gary Russell
 
 
  • no ! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • never! • Ub Green
 
 
  • No • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Only when I'm drunk. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • no • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Nope. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • what questionnaire ?... aren't you my normal psychiatrist ? • Rob Mo
 
 
  • no...you are lucky • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • No, definitely not. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Never • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • No • David Harris
 
 
  • If it's worth it... • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Usually • Sam Cray
 
 
  • no • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • No • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • NO, ONLY WHERE MY HEART IS...THE GOOD MUSIC OF THE AON • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Nope • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • No • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • no.. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Rarely • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • I usually stop around question 5.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Yes. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Depends how many questions are on this one as I refuse to scroll ahead • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • I work in Insurance so yes. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • I seldom do because I seldom get asked to answer questions on questionnaires. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Not normally, no. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • It's a secret. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • don't answer them, this is a one off • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Not often • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Yes • David Reakes
 
 
  • No • Anthony
 
 
  • No • Arnaud
 
 
  • no • Faxn
 
 
  • usually I create the questionnairies • Alexey
 
 
  • Thankfully no • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Nope. • François Couture
 
 
  • No • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • No • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
22.
What is your favourite Element Series deluxe edition release?
 
 
  • Who's Afraid. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Influence, would've been better without multiple versions of Moments In Love that seems to be overused on every AON & ZTT compilation in the series Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 

  • Influence • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • All? The receny Act double cd. AoN; influence • Anonymous
 
 
  • Who's Afraid of The Art Of Noise • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • Element 10 • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • At The End Of A Century • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Into Battle • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Boh... • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Those that I can't purchased • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Regretfully I don't have any... • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Into Battle ( Element Edition) • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • None as I have not heard them yet, but if there is another series of questions like this in the future i am sure to have a different response after i have resolved this lack of having these releases.
  • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Love too many of them. "Influence" if you were really pushing me ;) • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Pass! • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Frankie Goes to Hollywood • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • At a push it would have to be Influence, not that keen on the series as they were all repetitive with to many versions of the same songs (Moments In Love) and too many errors like the b-side Beat Box Diversion 7 being listed as the Close To The Edit a-side. • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Wha-a? • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Influence • James Coward
 
 
  • The Buggles - Adventures In Modern recording. So happy to finally get the album on CD.
  • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • I don't know of that, tell me more.• Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Influence was just ok • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • I'm not familiar w/ Element Series. • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • What have you done with my body God • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I really enjoyed Influence, a very nice balance of all eras of Art of Noise (Yet it should have included "Yebo") I also enjoyed "Into Battle with the Art of Noise" reissue. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Propaganda's "Secret Wish". Good job.• Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Art of the 12" Volume One • Neil Young
 
 
  • Into Battle? • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Who's Afraid of The AON With the Live Sessions on BBC Radio 1. Paul Morley please name the members of the group.....e.t.c.... • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Who's afraid • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Influence: Hits, Singles & Treasures • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • I dont know. • Drew G-P
 
 

  • 16 • Gary Russell
 
 
  • And What Have You Done With My Body, God? • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Who's Afraid Of The Art Of Noise • Ub Green
 
 
  • Influence • Bob Johns
 
 
  • never heard of • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • End of a Century. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • stop it....deluxe and deduct two spaces, go directly to jail, do not pass go... feed the elephant while you are there • Rob Mo
 
 
  • I don't have them all but I think the Art Of Noise Influences one... • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • The forthcoming multi-disc AoN China reissues :P • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Welcome ttP box • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • 808 State and Propaganda and the And What Have You Done With My Body • David Harris
 
 
  • Live At The End Of A Century • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Welcome To The Pleasuredome, A Secret Wish • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Influence • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY BODY GOD • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Who's Afraid • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Influence • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • don't have one. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • all these releases were brilliantly done, well package, and gorged with unreleased material. hours worth really. i'd have to say 'into battle' (despite the idiotic typo, flesh in armous') for putting 'tortoise and the hare' & 'that was close' singlettes on cd. • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Influence. • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • I don't know. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Influence • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Influence was brilliant but the prize goes to Into Battle. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • SALVODCD212 (Element 10): The Art of Noise - Influence • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Influence. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Who's Afraid. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Into Battle + Worship • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Into Battle • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Influence • David Reakes
 
 
  • INFLUENCE: HITS, SINGLES, TREASURES • Anthony
 
 
  • Influence • Arnaud
 
 
  • do not know • Faxn
 
 
  • influence • Alexey
 
 
  • Does that include AWHYDWMBG? That if Yes - otherwise there is a certain sumtuousness to the 3 disc Debussy end of the century release • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Does "And What Have You Done With My Body God" count? • François Couture
 
 
  • ?? • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
23.
Are you looking forward to the last few questions?
 
 
  • Yes. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Bring them on! Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Yes • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Y • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Yup • Anonymous
 
 
  • Yes • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • Well ... ? • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • yes • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • yes • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Not yet • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Well that wasn't much of a questionaire, nearly all of 'em played it too safe • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • 22101 Gratiot ave • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • No, as I am rather enjoying this :) • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Yes, bring them on :) • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • No, get on with it. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Yep • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • In for a penny... • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No, but I'll answer them anyway. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • I'm more looking forward to more music from the Art of Noise. • James Coward
 
 
  • Oh, very much so. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Yes, and I'm tired and hungry. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • All good things... • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • I can do this! • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • No my tea is getting cold ! • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Sure, absolutely. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Why, certainly ! • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • I'm not telling • Neil Young
 
 
  • Pheeeewwww • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Oh Yeah..... • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • I reckon. • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Hopefully yex • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Yes! • Drew G-P
 
 
  • m y b r a i n h u r t s  Neil Benson
 
 
  • yap • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Immensely. Because that's the kind of guy that I am. • Gary Russell
 
 
  • oh yeah ! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • yes yes yes • Ub Green
 
 
  • No • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Cannot wait. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • i am not sure • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Yep. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • yes.. the 50p in my electric meter will run out soon • Rob Mo
 
 
  • hope they are short! • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • I'm looking forward to the forthcoming multi-disc AoN China reissues. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Maybe • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • I'm nervous! • David Harris
 
 
  • Go on then! • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • No, but I'm not sad either. • Sam Cray
 
 
  • no • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • No • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • YES, PLEASE • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Yes • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Yes • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • yup. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Paul? Is that you? • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Very much.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • No. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Maybe I answered these in reverse order...so, yes. • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Yes - been very enjoyable thanks. Bring it on. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Yes, of course. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Yes, but with trepidation. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Have coffee now, so bring it on. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • oh yes • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Strangely, yes. • David Reakes
 
 
  • Yes • Anthony
 
 
  • Yes • Arnaud
 
 
  • Yes • Faxn
 
 
  • i'm keeping on • Alexey
 
 
  • (No) Donna (No)...oh, alright, yes • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • I'm having a blast! • François Couture
 
 
  • Somewhat • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • okay ! • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
 
PART THREE: FINALE
 
 
 
 
24.
Which do you regard as the best live video “In Visible Silence” or “Into Vision”?
 
 
  • Into Vision • Joe Atari
 
 
  • In Visible Silence, not a fan of the Image Of A Group period Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Only seen Into Vision • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Not seen either • Anonymous
 
 
  • Into Vision • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Into vision • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No video too • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Into Vision • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Into Vision • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Eric Mead
 
 
  • "In Visible Silence" which needs to be brought out on DVD/Blu Ray, as only ever saw it on youtube. Please :) • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • ooo...In Visible Silence • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Haven't seen either • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Into Vision. (Nice extras too.) • David O'Connell
 
 
  • In Visible Silence... Also, wasn't it actually called Visible Silence? • James Coward
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • I haven't seen either, but I think it would be the older title of In Visible Silence.• Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • In Visible Silence on LaserDisc! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Paranoimia is the only AoN video I ever saw w/ the exception of a live concert video in '85 or '86?
  • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I have not seen In Visible Silence, actually. So, by default, Into Vision.• Jon Masciana
 
 
  • “Into Vision” • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Neil Young
 
 
  • In Visible Silence, as was there that night, still got ticket stub! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • In Visible Silence wounderful on vhs we need an upto date version on dvd oops! sorry. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Not seen them • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Don't knoas • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Drew G-P
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Neil Benson
 
 
  • i saw only the mtv concert max headroom • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Max Headroom Introduction • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Into Vision • Ub Green
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Into Vision • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • no idea. never watched any of them. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • both have their faults... the main fault with In Visible Silence is it rare and on laserdisc.. I mean..
  • who has a Laserdisc... apart from Kevin (pwobably) • Rob Mo
 
 
  • I was at the Coachella gig but I think I prefer the original In Visible Silence video • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Into vision • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Not sure • David Harris
 
 
  • Into Vision • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Into Vision • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • INTO VISION ON DVD, THE OTHER ONE IS ONLY ISSUED ON LASERDISK, NEVER HAD ONE, SORRY, AGAIN BRING IT OUT ON BLURAY OR DVD • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Both; capture the band at different moments • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • don't know. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Pass • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Would say "Into Vision" • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Into vision. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • I don't watch videos • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • I luckily have both and I do find In Visible Silence much more interesting - if only on how they get to grips with the technology on stage. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • "Into Vision". • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • In Visible Silence. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Visible Silence every time. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • In Visible Silence, would love to see the full concert before the visuals were added •
  • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Into Vision • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • I only have Into Vision. • David Reakes
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Anthony
 
 
  • In Visible Silence • Arnaud
 
 
  • Visible Silence • Faxn
 
 
  • In Visible Silence - I was there (possibly even on the cover!) • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Haven't seen Into Vision, so have to go with In Visible Silence. • François Couture
 
 
  • Into Vision • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • In visible silence • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
25.
Have you ever met a member of the Art of Noise, if so, where and when?
 
 
  • Anne at the Who's Afraid playback. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Yes, Paul at the BBC orchestra gig in 2013 Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • No, unfortunately not • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • N • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Yes! Paul on a sofa. • Anonymous
 
 
  • No, but want to meet them ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • No • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • no • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • not yet • Pete Baker
 
 
  • No • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Never.......but one day......who knows • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Nope • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • No I have not • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • No, have not had the pleasure of making a spectacle of myself in front of people I admire.
  • Eric Mead
 
 
  • No, afraid not.. would have loved to. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • I saw Trevor Horn outside the Crysalis Offices in London in 1987. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • I wish • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • No met but have seen JJ & Anne Dudley live at Hammersmith Odeon, as I was in front row. Then on Top of the Pops when I was a member of the audience and they did Kiss with Sir Tom Jones
  • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • No. I was only lucky enough to see them perform in Chicago in 1999. • James Coward
 
 
  • No, but I'd love to show them my minimalist geometric re-imagings of AON album covers.
  • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • No, but I would hope to some day! • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Saw Gary Langan on tour with Jeff Wayne, wished I'd said hi! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • No. But that would be amazing to do so. I have more questions than you have on this!
  • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Never... but probably at China records in 1989... • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • No, I have not. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Unfortunately not… but, who knows ? Sometime, somewhere…• Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • No, not that I recall. They may have been wearing masks. • Neil Young
 
 
  • After concert, JJ and the Niose'ettes, then went to restaurant in Notting Hill i think lol
  • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Damn, No, wishful thinking back in the day i rote a request to meet ; Anne Dudley, J.J.Jeczalik,
  • Gary Langan, but it didn't happen :-( • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • No and nowhere • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • No I have not met a member. • Drew G-P
 
 
  • No • Neil Benson
 
 
  • no • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Anne Dudley at AIR studios. I was interviewing David Arnold and she offered to make tea.
  • David said no on both our behalf. I had a hard job forgiving him! • Gary Russell
 
 
  • no... • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • never • Ub Green
 
 
  • Sadly no • Bob Johns
 
 
  • No, unfortunately not. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • unfortunately never. Would love to have a tea with JJ and talk about sampling. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • I saw Trevor Horn at a train station and we spoke very briefly. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Dudley,Horn,Morley at a playback for 'Who's Afraid'....the playback was terrible, the soundsystem awful and they played one side of Into Battle first because they were clueless • Rob Mo
 
 
  • I asked Trevor Horn a question on a Prodigy service chat board as he was going to Coachella (I asked him about Grace Jones Junk Yard)... Other than that, I think I walked by him once at the Westside Century City shopping center in Los Angeles a few years ago...but I was too surprised to
  • do anything.. • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • No, but I saw them in concert in SF during Seduction tour. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • No • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • No • David Harris
 
 
  • Unfortunately no • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • I have not • Sam Cray
 
 
  • no • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • No • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • I WISH I HAD... LIKE ANNE VERY MUCH, THANKS FOR HER PIANO PLAY'S • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • No • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • No, but I have JJ's autograph and a YouTube Like from Gary Langan • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • nope. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Nope • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Unfortunately no. :( • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • No.• Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No. • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Unfortunately no. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • No, unfortunately not. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Unfortunately no. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Not been that fortunate. It's on my bucket list though.• Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • not yet, JJ is 1st, then Anne and Gary, maybe Trevor ... • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • No • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • No • David Reakes
 
 
  • No • Anthony
 
 
  • No • Arnaud
 
 
  • no - i am so sad about that • Faxn
 
 
  • Met, no, but have been within 10 feet of Trevor Horn, Anne Dudley and Paul Morley. The Eighties classical thing from a couple of years ago • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • No. • François Couture
 
 
  • No • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • no • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
26.
Do you own any albums by Art of Silence;
The Buggles; Anne Dudley; Infantjoy; The Producers?
 
 
  • Anne Dudley & Buggles. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Yes, by all of them Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Adventures in Modern Recording Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Anne Dudley - A Different Light. Anne Dudley - Seriously Chilled • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Y, a couple from Anne Dudley • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Buggies and AD and Jazz Coleman. Anonymous
 
 
  • N/A • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • Yes, yes, yes, yes, no • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • yes, Art of Silence, Anne Dudley, Infantyoy • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Art Of Silence & Anne Dudley with Jaz Coleman Pete Baker
 
 
  • No • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • No but what about Malcom Maclaran and Yes...... • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Ann Dudley and Jaz Coleman - Songs from the victorious city • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • I do have Anne Dudleys collaboration with Jazz Coleman, and have wanted to hear any of JJ's work outside of AON. • Eric Mead
 
 
  • The two Buggles albums on CDs, and The Producers. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Nope. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • no, do you have any links? • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • I have the JJ Jeczalik's Art of Sampling CD, Art of Silence album and the Anne Dudley ones
  • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Both Buggles CDs, and the Anne Dudley/Jaz Coleman CD. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • artofsilence.co.uk; West 4 (CD single); Songs from the Victorious City; Ziggarats of Cinnamon (12" and CD single); Ancient and Modern • James Coward
 
 
  • Both The Buggles albums (I discovered them before AON) • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • I have some soundtracks by Anne. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Have a big Anne Dudley collection • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • No • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Artofsilence.co.uk  Anne Dudley's stuff  Video killed the radio star • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • I have the Art of Silence album (excellent), I have the second Buggles album but not the first (don't know why?), I have Ancient and Modern by Anne Dudley. I do not have Infantjoy or the Producers.
  • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Buggles. Both albums. • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Yes • Neil Young
 
 
  • Yes got Art Of Silence The Limited CD with Disc, alas no But will get some of Anne's
  • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Yes, Just The One Only Album; Art of Silence cd. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Anne Dudley and the bloke from killing joke • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • No. • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Anne Dudley, The Buggles • Neil Benson
 
 
  • anne dudley: american history x • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • All but Infant Joy • Gary Russell
 
 
  • no hard to find ! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Art of Silence,Anne Dudley • Ub Green
 
 
  • Yes • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Yes. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • no • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • All of them! I love Producers. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • AoS, Buggles and most Dudley solo and soundtrack work (NB Hollow Reed is quite dull) • Rob Mo
 
 
  • I always wanted some Art of Silence but it was hard to get... Have all the Buggles stuff. Used to have Anne's Song's For Victorious City...no Infantjoy... and yes to The Producers - love Freeway!
  • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Art of Silence, Anne Dudley's "Ancient and Modern". • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • All of AON and the producers • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • I have a buggles cassette • David Harris
 
 
  • No • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • only Art Of Silence • Sam Cray
 
 
  • The Buggles; Anne Dudley • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Kirkcaldy • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • ANNE DUDLEY'S - ANCIENT AND MODERN, THE ART OF SILENCE. • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Age Of Plastic The Buggles • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Art Of Silence, Buggles and Anne Dudley • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Buggles and Anne. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Yes to Art of Silence, Buggles, & The Producers. No to all else. • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • I have an Infantjoy album, they are really nice. Also searching for that "Image of a Group - Matter EP" release - once I've found it, listened to it but now the site is down... :( • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Yes, Art of Noise, I'm a collector. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Art Of Silence, yes, Buggles, yes • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Not really - odd tracks here and there. Would like to invest in the Age Of Plastic at some point though.• Liam McCann
 
 
  • The Buggles. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Yes, artofsilence.co.uk and Age of Plastic • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • I have all of the Art of Silence releases, love them to bits. And I bought my dad the Ancient and Modern album by Anne which he loves. Does that count? • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Anne Dudley with Jaz Coleman, also have the singles, remixes, imports from that project - Everything Art Of Silence too • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • The Buggles • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • Anne Dudley. I also have singles by Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman. And many productions.•
  • David Reakes
 
 
  • Yes • Anthony
 
 
  • Yes (Especially Art of Noise & The Buggles).• Arnaud
 
 
  • If Art of sampling counts - then yes • Faxn
 
 
  • Ancient & Modern, Different Light, Seriously Chilled, Songs from the Victorious City • Alexey
 
 
  • Art of Silence • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • No. Should I? I've been meaning to explore Art of Silence. • François Couture
 
 
  • Art of Silence and all by Anne Dudley • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • no • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
27.
Outside of Art of Noise what are your favourite tracks produced by
Anne Dudley; Trevor Horn; JJ Jeczalik; Gary Langan?
 
 
  • Two Tribes, Kiss Me, Veni Emmanuel • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Welcome To The Pleasuredome - Frankie Goes To Hollywood (Horn) /
  • Opportunities - Pet Shop Boys (Jeczalik) / Big Area - Then Jerico (Langan) /
  • A Groovy Kind Of Love - Phil Collins (Dudley) Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Dr. Mabuse • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • Anne Dudley's Moments of Love on A Different Light • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Buggies and AD and Jazz Coleman. • Anonymous
 
 
  • ??? • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • The Full Monty, Welcome To The Pleasure Dome, Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money), Happy?
  • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • Anne Dudley: Habebe (+ Jaz Coleman)  Trevor Horn: Owner of a lonely heart (Yes)
  • JJ: Giant Within (Art of Silence)  Gary Langan: Eldorado (Drum Theatre) • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • Kiss Me - Stephen Tin Tin Duffy & Opportunites - Pet Shop Boys • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Boh.. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Propagande • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • All songs by Propaganda and relax with Frankie. • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • ziggaurats of Cinnamon - anne dudley, buffalo gals back to school - trevor horn,
  • Opportunities - J J Jeczalik, Beauty Stab - Gary Langan • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • Duck Rock • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Frankie Goes To Hollywood "Relax", yes, bit obvious, but it is a great track. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Anne Dudley - The World Of Jeeves and Wooster, Trevor Horn - Frankie, Two Tribes, JJ and Gary, not sure. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Owner of a Lonely Heart • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • One More River by Luciana produced by Anne Dudley; Kiss Me by Stephen Tintin Duffy produced by JJ; Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen tape assistant engineer Gary Langan; Kiss from a Rose by Seal produced by Trevor Horn • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • The entirety of ABC's "Look of Love," Belle & Sebastian's "Step into my office, baby" song, Yes "Leave It" and "Owner/Lonely Heart" by Yes (as well as all of "Drama"). Both Buggles CDs.
  • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Anne: Phil Collins - Groovy Kind of Love  Trevor: Seal - Crazy
  • JJ: Duane Eddy - Spies (Espionoise Mix)  Gary: Billy Idol - Flesh For Fantasy (Below The Belt Mix)
  • James Coward
 
 
  • Produced by Trevor Horn: FGTH - Two Tribes, Buggles - Elstree, ABC - Poison Arrow,
  • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Black.• Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Gary - Big Area (Then Jerico); Trevor - Carpet Crawlers 1999 (Genesis); JJ - Jezebel (Shakin' Stevens); Anne - A Groovy Kind Of Love (Phil Collins) • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • n/a • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • West End Girls  Owner of a lonely heart  Knight moves • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • ABC - The Lexicon of Love, of course. I have thoroughly enjoyed Gary Langan's remixes and productions (Jimmy Somerville) and also JJ Jeczalik (Pet Shop Boys), all of Trevor Horn's ZTT work and anything and everything by Anne Dudley (string arrangements for Electronic's "Getting Away with It" is my favorite) • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Gary Langan's work on "Owner Of A Lonely Heart's" long mix and his "version" of Scritti Politti's "Absolute". Just brilliant. • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Slave To The Rhythm (TCH)  Not sure if I have heard songs by Anne, JJ or Gary as producers.
  • I liked Hunting High And Low A-ha. I think Anne arranged strings on that if I remember correctly.
  • Neil Young
 
 
  • Trevor Horn ,Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Welcome to the Pleasuredome • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • J.J.Jeczalik's Oppotunites by Pet Shop Boys. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Welcome to the pleasure some, does that count? And Gary's mix of absolute by scritti politti
  • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Machinery by Propraganda • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • I dont know any. • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Kiss Me (JJ - Tin Tin Duffy), Trevor Horns work with PSB • Neil Benson
 
 
  • do not know details • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Lanagan: PiL  Horn: Malcolm McLaren  Dudley: Deborah Harry  Jeczalik: Duanne Eddy
  • Gary Russell
 
 
  • American History X ! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • Left to my own devices,habebe • Ub Green
 
 
  • Windmills of your mind / Mabuse / Oppotunities / Living in the Past • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • Opportunities by JJ • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • All Trevor Horn produced Frankie tracks. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • Langan live mix for The War of the Worlds at the O2.. he was wearing a fur coat. • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Anne - Phil Collins: Groovy Kind of Love, Trevor Horn - Grace Jones Slave To The Rhythm, Gary Langan, PIL - Seattle - JJ Jeczalik- STephen Duffy "Kiss Me" • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Love all the remixes - Yes & Paul McCartney. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Yes • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Do They Know It's Christmas, ABC - Lexicon of Love, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Yes, The The
  • David Harris
 
 
  • Anything by Frankie Goes to Hollywood • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Anne Dudley->Moments In Love; Trevor Horn->Oxygen (Blackfield) JJ->ANYTHING HE TOUCHES • Sam Cray
 
 
  • Relax, p. machinery, the look f love, video killed...., bodies • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Opportunities • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • EVERYTHING FROM FGHT, PROPAGANDA, 808 STATE, • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Kiss (Me With Your Mouth) • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • "The Look Of Love" ABC, "Cry" Godley & Creme, "Seattle" PiL • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • Would love Anne's production tracks pre-AON re-released, lotsa Horn productions.
  • And would like to see JJ's sample disc reissued. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • 'Freeway' by the Producers is a great Trever Horn produced track, textbook in my opinion. JJ did Pet Shop Boys ages ago. Gary Langan and ABC.. • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • "Crazy" by Seal. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Anything on Duck Rock and related tracks...damn that NEEDS a super deluxe release! • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • ABC stuff / Kiss Me - Stephen TIn TIn Duffy / Langan's work for Scritti + Frankie. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Dollar: "Videothèque" • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Just Trevor Horn's work with Propaganda & J.J. Jeczalik's work with PSB • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • The entire ABC Lexicon of Love album, Opportunities by Pet Shop Boys, and my guilty pleasure, Tatu...... • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • Opportunites & Kiss Me (JJ) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Welcome to The Pleasure Dome • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • A Secret Wish, all Frankie singles, The Lexecon Of Love, • David Reakes
 
 
  • Noisey • Anthony
 
 
  • Trevor Horn : Slave To The Rhythm & FGTH.  JJ Jeczalik : Noisy. Gary Langan : The Remixes Of "Flesh For Fantasy", "To Be A Lover" & "Hypnotize". Anne Duddley : Her Work With Seal , The Pet Shop Boys And Malcolm McLaren.• Arnaud
 
 
  • hmmm • Faxn
 
 
  • Dudley/Horn input to Seal and Pet Shop Boys records • Alexey
 
 
  • Opportunities - Pet Shop Boys, Cry - Godley & Creme, Belfast Child - Simple Minds...and many, many more... • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Oh man, that's too much of a handful. • François Couture
 
 
  • All Anne Dudley solo tracks (and an arrangement that she did for Cathy Dennis); also some Seal stuff • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • don't know • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
28.
Were you ever afraid of the Art of Noise?
 
 
  • No. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • I am still afraid! Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • First time hearing Who's Afraid (of the Art of Noise), yes. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • No • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • N • Noah Owen
 
 
  • More scared of propaganda on Duel cover! • Anonymous
 
 
  • No • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • Yes, in every pause of creation. • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • no • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • never • Pete Baker
 
 
  • No • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • No • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Yes. When i suddenly realised that i was in the army now and would have to go into battle with just a spanner and mallet... • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • A lil Bit • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • No! (Were you?) • Eric Mead
 
 
  • "Memento" in the dark perhaps? ;) • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Sometimes. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Never! • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Yes as I have a fear of masked people! • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. Just uncertain of them at times. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Maybe when I wasn't paying attention and 'Bright Noise' and 'Flesh In Armour' would come on.
  • James Coward
 
 
  • The interlude tracks such as Memento can be quite disturbing in a darkened room. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • No! I have always been anticipating the Art Of Noise. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Only at night • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Absolutely not. • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • A friend of them rather ! • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • No, but I'd like to imagine that I was. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Not one bit. • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • Yes. Frequently. • Neil Young
 
 
  • No never, they lit my teenage years! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • No Never, soon as i heard Close To The Edit, that was it i was hooked, collecting evrything to doabout the AON. • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Yes, the last few tracks of who's afraid spooked me • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • No! Of course not! • Drew G-P
 
 
  • Slightly sometimes - Close-Up (Hop) is pretty unnerving. • Neil Benson
 
 
  • do not see the question • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Never. J'adore! • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Maybe at the begining of a time for fear ! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • ones or twice • Ub Green
 
 
  • No. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • I am afraid they might never produce another album. • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Yep. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • no, they were my sonic ninja's in a time of Stock Aitken and Waterman...my Bach in a time of The Smiths • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Oh no... • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Just afraid we won't get these damn China reissues! • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Not really • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • A little yes! • David Harris
 
 
  • Not ever! • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Not at all...were you...? • Sam Cray
 
 
  • löl • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • No • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • YES, THAT THEY ARE GOING TO STOP, ENDING MAKE MUSIC... AND I'M AFRAID IT HAPPENED... • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • No • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • no • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • No. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Yes, after they left ZTT. After 'Who's Afraid' and it's myriad singles, mixes, formats, and Morley-isms, Invisible Silence was SUCH a let down. • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Yes, I had nightmares from "Memento" as a kid. We had that old CS, on side A were some Propaganda songs, and on side B we had tracks 2-6 from Who's Afraid, and also the first ~50 secs of Memento - it was a really misterious and strange ending for a bootleg. This was also my first connection with the Art of Noise.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • No. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Only at high volumes • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • Yep - I taped the first album of a friend and I still have a mono copy on BASF tape. I did not know what to make of it at the time and still think it is an incredible piece of work - aided I think by the fact that the technology of the time hindered them but more often than not helped them. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • No, I was always fond of the Art of Noise. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • No, just curious. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Very much so actually! Used to cry and beg my sister to turn off Close (to the edit) as it scared the you know what out of me when I was a lass. The masks scared me too! I was a nervous child. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • no, was 13 when I first heard them, might've been different if they didn't wear those masks ;) •
  • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Never • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • I'm afraid of a world without The Art Of Noise • David Reakes
 
 
  • No • Anthony
 
 
  • Sometimes Yes :p • Arnaud
 
 
  • i am still afraid • Faxn
 
 
  • contrary • Alexey
 
 
  • Nervous perhaps • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Shocked, yes. Afraid, no. • François Couture
 
 
  • No. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • no • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
29.
Do you want your answers published on the site (contact details won’t be published)?
 
 
  • Cool.  • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Please do, I want to be famous! Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Why not. Bagel Dee
 
 
  • Yes - go ahead • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • N • Noah Owen
 
 
  • Yes but anon please. • Anonymous
 
 
  • Yes • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • It is not un-wanted ... carry on • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • yes • Hub Hamers
 
 
  • yes • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • As you like • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Yes please • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Sure • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • sure, why not? • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Yes, that would be good. • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • Of Course • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Yes and you can publish this too...www.brokerdrawers.com • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • Yes. • David O'Connell
 
 
  • sure! • James Coward
 
 
  • Sure. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • Yes, of course. • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Yesssssssssssssssssssss!!!!! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • Yes, please. • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • What else ? • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • Sure, go right ahead. • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Why not… • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • I don't mind • Neil Young
 
 
  • if you want • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Yes Please what a Lovely idea :-) Thank you • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • Why not? • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • Why. Ot • Frank McDonald
 
 
  • Sure! • Drew G-P
 
 
  • If you must. • Neil Benson
 
 
  • yap • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • Happily • Gary Russell
 
 
  • Yeah sure ! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • ok • Ub Green
 
 
  • don't mind • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Feel free. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • No problem with that • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Yep. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • 'publish and be damned' as they say... • Rob Mo
 
 
  • I'm not forcing you, but if you want to that's okay :D • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Sure, go wild. • Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Sure • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Yes, can I sit! • David Harris
 
 
  • Happy to do so • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • Sure! :) • Sam Cray
 
 
  • yes • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • Sure • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • YES, IT'S GOOD, DO THAT • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Entirely up to you I don't mind. • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • Yes • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • sure. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • Sure • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • Only if I get $10 for every word of it. (Actually, no problem.) • Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Yes. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • By all means....does that mean I should spell check all my answers? • Carty Rubble
 
 
  • If contact details are not there, that's fine. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • Yes, please feel free to publish them. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • Yes, OK. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • Yes, no problem. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • yeh why not, I should've made them more humourous • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • Yes • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • If you like • David Reakes
 
 
  • Yes • Anthony
 
 
  • Yes • Arnaud
 
 
  • why me? • Faxn
 
 
  • yes • Alexey
 
 
  • Sure • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Why not? • François Couture
 
 
  • Sure • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • okay with me • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
30.
Were you expecting a prize for completing this questionnaire
and are you disappointed that there isn’t one?
 
 
  • Its cool. • Joe Atari
 
 
  • Yes, and yes! Tom Baker's Tardis
 
 
  • Not really, although one would have been nice... Bagel Dee
 
 
  • No. • Frank Brandstaetter
 
 
  • N • Noah Owen
 
 
  • I'm OK with no prize! • Anonymous
 
 
  • No • Anthony Duckery
 
 
  • The prize was the trip, not the medal • Holger Adomat
 
 
  • yes ;-)• Hub Hamers
 
 
  • was hoping for an AON mug lol • Pete Baker
 
 
  • Not really • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • I will never had all of cd's produced of my best band • Emmanuel Romain
 
 
  • Well of course I'm disappointed. I was looking forward to my prize. But now, my agony must endure forever... Please check out my Art Of Noise Underground Map - www.artofnostalgia.com
  • Adam Bromhead
 
 
  • Not at all, just make sum more music and I'm Good!!! • Aaron McCombs
 
 
  • I was expecting no prize, but i am disappointed to hear there isn't one. • Eric Mead
 
 
  • Did I expect a prize? No. Did I expect a questionnaire on AoN? No. Am I happy that I did it? Yes.
  • Peter Marriott
 
 
  • I thought the prize was the thrill of wearing down my fingers. • Alan Jeffrey
 
 
  • Somebody owes me a beer. • Francisco Flores
 
 
  • No, maybe next time though • Sara Cracknell
 
 
  • No. But you should rerelease the China AON albums on CD with extras already, if that is possible.
  • David O'Connell
 
 
  • Not really. Prizes are nice. But, being that this is for the Art Of Noise, I'm just happy to participate.
  • James Coward
 
 
  • Wishful thinking, but not unexpected. • Gareth Carter
 
 
  • No, But I do hope the Art Of Noise COMES BACK! I miss you. The best prize would be to hear something new that IS Art Of Noise. Good Knight! • Daniel Drinnon
 
 
  • Not selfish! • Matt MacLachlan
 
 
  • No. But if you wish to contact me, feel free. I would like you to reissue the Art of Noise Newsletters.
  • I received on from AoN in 1984-ish and I though it was the coolest thing ever. • Richard Dawson
 
 
  • Is a prize enough anyway ? • Anthony Gharbi
 
 
  • No, but I was hoping to add my two cents to the growing anticipation for the China Years reissues!
  • I see from Facebook that....something is happening.
  • Thank you! • Jon Masciana
 
 
  • Didn't even think about it. • Frederic Guyader
 
 
  • An art of noise mask would be nice. How about a pink smiley one?
  • And yes I'm absolutely gutted! • Neil Young
 
 
  • Doh!! • Michael Kinahan
 
 
  • Not at All  Thank You that was fun thank you kind regards :-) • Darren Crilly
 
 
  • No and yes. • Mark Heustice
 
 
  • No • Frank McDonald
 
 

  • Nope. • Drew G-P
 
 

  • Yes - What? - Dammit!! • Neil Benson
 
 
  • of course - i am smart • Martins Trimanis
 
 
  • I expect nothing except death. • Gary Russell
 
 
  • I didn't except a prize before reading this question... Now I'm sad ! • Louis Bokiau
 
 
  • no and no greetings from il. waiting for a new Seduction...• Ub Green
 
 
  • No and no. • Bob Johns
 
 
  • Yes and Yes. • Rudi Rasmussen
 
 
  • no • Michael Borrmann
 
 
  • Yep. • Gregory Hogan
 
 
  • disappointment is for the weak... and a triple word score in Scrabble • Rob Mo
 
 
  • Yes...gimme gimme gimme one! • Mark Wasiel
 
 
  • Nope. I'm hoping it's not just a lark and might affect something big, but it's probably just a pipe dream.• Tony DeMatio
 
 
  • Not disappointed but by now I think I deserve one • Eppo Eppens
 
 
  • Not really, it reminded me of the covers on the Propaganda records and Frankie Goes to Hollywood records, Fun! • David Harris
 
 
  • Not at all! • Douglas Nimmo
 
 
  • No; ...maybe a little... • Sam Cray
 
 
  • i'm afraid! (...not?) • Kris De Paep
 
 
  • I was expecting some super deluxe edition rereleases • John Pettigrew
 
 
  • YES AND NO, BUT REMEMBER... BLESSED ARE THE NOISEMAKERS • Jan Tromp
 
 
  • Hopefully an answer to my question in No7. • Colin Robinson
 
 
  • no • Bryan Chaney
 
 
  • no. • Lee Rosevere
 
 
  • No prize expected. I'm still hoping for new material... • Jordan Nelson
 
 
  • I've read this question before (yeah I was cheating) so not really. Also, sorry for my bad English.• Bálint Takács
 
 
  • Yes. • Mauro Comiotto
 
 
  • Oh but there is a prize. AoN fans got to read this reply because you selected it for publishing on this rather wonderiffic website. (Suicide is painless)• Carty Rubble
 
 
  • I was not expecting a prize - wouldn't mind some goss though ... Go on give us a rumour - anything! OK I'm off. Cheers and thanks for the site. • Liam McCann
 
 
  • No, I wasn't expecting a prize. But I would dearly love to see the re-release of the China Records albums "In Visible Silence", "In No Sense? Nonsense" and "Below The Waste" as expanded deluxe editions in the foreseeable future. • Stefan Risto
 
 
  • "Yes" & "Yes of Course!" but I'm hoping that a future prize for all AON fans will be 2CD expanded reissues of the China-era albums. • Gwilym Chesterfield
 
 
  • No, not at all! I could talk about Art of Noise all day. • Yolanda Jones
 
 
  • the 4 Masks (Laminated of course) • Pete Void Dweller Baker
 
 
  • I was hopeful, but glad to help anyway • Richard Goddard
 
 
  • No. • David Reakes
 
 
  • No, no • Anthony
 
 
  • No, It Was A Pleasure :-) • Arnaud
 
 
  • Oh i thought i would win an evening with Anne and JJ - I am so disappointed now - Now the fuse is lit • Faxn
 
 
  • I expect this questionnaire to help with re-issue. • Alexey
 
 
  • I'm hoping you'll change your mind • Jez Orbell
 
 
  • Meh. • François Couture
 
 
  • No and no. • Jeff Hamilton
 
 
  • not expecting • Adam Tofts
 
 
 
 
 
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