The Art Of Noise ‎– The Seduction Of Claude Debussy

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Tracklist

1 Il Pleure (At The Turn Of The Century)
2 Born On A Sunday
3 Dreaming In Colour
4 On Being Blue
5 Continued In Colour
6 Rapt: In The Evening Air
7 Metaforce
8 The Holy Egoism Of Genius
9 La Flute De Pan
10 Metaphor On The Floor
11 Approximate Mood Swing No. 2
12 Pause
13 Out Of The World (Version 138)

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  • Barcode: 5030094032620

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UD 53235 Art Of Noise* The Seduction Of Claude Debussy(CD, Album) Universal Records, ZTT UD 53235 US 1999 Sell This Version
AICT 119 Art Of Noise* The Seduction Of Claude Debussy(CD, Album, Enh) SMEJ Associated Records AICT 119 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
ztt130cd, ZTT130CD Art Of Noise* The Seduction Of Claude Debussy(CD, Album) ZTT, ZTT ztt130cd, ZTT130CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
U3P-1504 Art Of Noise* The Seduction Of Claude Debussy / Sources & Methods(CD, Album + CD, Comp + Promo) Universal Records U3P-1504 US 1999 Sell This Version
UD-53235 Art Of Noise* The Seduction Of Claude Debussy(CD, Album) ZTT UD-53235 Canada 1999 Sell This Version

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dafunkback

dafunkback

January 8, 2015
I really dig this album, the track "Dreaming In Colour" is very nice
Koen70

Koen70

November 20, 2014
No cassette of this release listed on discogs?
I would like to add my K7 to my collection?
Technocentral

Technocentral

December 4, 2013
Would love this on vinyl?
Numanoid

Numanoid

February 19, 2008

This album is a real gem, seldom does one come across such a perfect piece of art. The songwriting is achingly beautiful and the production is top-notch, it hasn’t dated one bit. Recurrent themes gently surface throughout the disc, and it's all held together by John Hurt's atmospheric narration, which adds a wonderful cinematic feel to it all.

As I recall now 1999 was a very boring year in musical terms, all filter-house and washed out trip-hop grooves. This release swam against the tide in all departments offering something very unique and beautiful, a true hidden treasure for those who know how to dig.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

October 20, 2003
good to see the Art of Noise come back out of their self imposed woodwork and schedules. Great to see them turning our attention towards Debussy and his work.
But I just don't find much enjoyable about this record. It's dated itself really well and doesn't stand up to much listening anymore save those one or two songs that had the immediate impact upon the first listen. The rest of it just gets skipped through.