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In No Sense? Nonsense! (Deluxe Edition)

Format: 2xCD
Cat: 019029 5837365
Released: 02 Nov 18
Genre: Experimental/Electronic
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Galleons Of Stone"
2. "Dragnet"
3. "Fin Du Temps"
4. "How Rapid?"
5. "Opus For Four"
6. "Debut"
7. "EFL"
8. "Ode To Don Jose"
9. "A Day At The Races"
10. "Counterpoint"
11. "Roundabout 727"
12. "Ransom On The Sand"
13. "Roller 1"
14. "Nothing Was Going To Stop Them Then, Anyway"
15. "Crusoe"
16. "One Earth"
17. "Legacy" (7" mix)
18. "Dragnet" (7" mix)
19. "Spies Like Us" (alternative mix)
20. "Spies"
21. "Ode To Don Jose" (7" edit)
22. "Opus III"
23. "Lost Innocence"
24. "Acton Art"
25. "Ransom On The Sand" (7" edit)
26. "Debut" (7" edit)
27. "Dragnet '88" (7" mix)
Side 2
1. "Fin Du Temps (Air)"
2. "Domestic Disco"
3. "Roller 1" (Out-take)
4. "Faberge 12 (Opus For Four)"
5. "Theatrical (EFL)"
6. "Galleons Of Crusoe"
7. "Western" (Ode take 1)
8. "Moog & Baboon" (Ode take 2)
9. "More Moog & Baboon" (Ode take 3)
10. "Judo 3" (Ode take 6)
11. "Sam" (demo For Duane Eddy)
12. "Nobody Told Me Anything"
13. "Racing"
14. "Sweet Reason"
15. "Exercise & Pool Montage"
16. "Last Chance To Dance" (edit)
17. "Ringing In The Ears"
18. "Legacy" (12" mix)
19. "Dragnet" (12" mix)
20. "Dragnet '88" (12" mix)
21. "Spies" (Espionoise mix)
22. "2 Many Thankyous"
23. "One Earth" (New Mexico mix)
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Review

By the time the Art of Noise released third album "In No Sense? Nonsense!" in 1987, the outfit was the sole preserve of sampling pioneer and Fairlight CMI specialist J.J Jeczalik and neo-classical composer Anne Dudley. Between them, the pair produced an impressively experimental, pop-tinged set, with critics praising both Jeczalik's advanced percussion programming and trademark sample collages, and the string-drenched sweetness and layered keyboard work that soundtrack specialist Anne Dudley provided. This "deluxe" reissue could well be the definitive version, featuring as it does the re-mastered original set, alternative remixes, dancefloor-focused 12" versions (something the band always excelled at), demos and previously unheard tracks. Surprisingly, these include previously unreleased collaborations with Duane Eddy and Sir Paul McCartney.

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