Various ‎– The Art Of The 12" (A Celebration Of The Extended Remix)

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Salvo ‎– SALVODCD213, ZTT ‎– Element 12
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2 × CD, Compilation
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1-1 Propaganda Duel (Jewelled)
Engineer – Bob KraushaarProducer – Stephen LipsonRemix – Bob Kraushaar, Paul MorleyWritten-By – Brücken*, Mertens*, Dörper*
7:42
1-2 Frankie Goes To Hollywood Rage Hard (The Young Person's Guide To The 12” Mix)
Executive-Producer – Trevor HornProducer – Stephen LipsonVoice – Pamela StephensonWritten-By – Nash*, Johnson*, O'Toole*, Gill*
12:07
1-3 Art Of Noise* Close (To The Edit) (Closely Closely, Enough's Enough)
Producer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Dudley*, Langan*, Jeczalik*, Morley*, Horn*
7:15
1-4 Act Theme From Laughter (06.12.87, Extract)
Performer – Chris SeniorProducer – Stephen LipsonWritten-By – Brücken*, Leer*
0:55
1-5 Act Snobbery & Decay (Extended, For Stephanie Beacham)
Producer – Stephen LipsonWritten-By – Brücken*, Leer*
8:30
1-6 Instinct (7) Sleepwalking (12” Extended Mix)
Engineer – Julian Mendelsohn, Stephen LipsonEngineer [Assistant] – Dave Meegan, Mike Drake*Producer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Jaeger*, Johnstone*, Underwood*
9:35
1-7 Art Of Noise* Moment In Love
Producer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Dudley*, Langan*, Jeczalik*, Morley*, Horn*
1:23
1-8 808 State Cübik (Kings County Perspective)
Engineer – Graham MasseyMixed By – Hugo Dwyer, Tommy MustoProducer – 808 StateProducer [Additional] – Frankie Bones And Tommy Musto*
5:59
1-9 Nasty Rox Inc. 10th Wonder (12" Mix)
Engineer – Heff MoraesEngineer [Assistant] – Robin BarclayExecutive-Producer – Trevor HornProducer – Stephen LipsonWritten-By – Nasty Rox Inc.
6:16
1-10 MC Tunes Vs. 808 State Dance Yourself To Death (License To Thrill)
Producer – 808 StateWritten-By – 808 State, MC Tunes
5:40
1-11 808 State Pacific 909 (Mellow Birds Mega Edit)
Engineer – Graham MasseyWritten-By, Producer – 808 State
7:00
1-12 Art Of Noise* Moments In Love (Beaten)
Producer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Dudley*, Langan*, Jeczalik*, Morley*, Horn*
6:49
1-13 Propaganda Testament Two
Engineer – Bob KraushaarProducer – Stephen LipsonRemix – Bob Kraushaar, Paul MorleyRemix [Assistant] – Paul WrightWritten-By – Brücken*, Mertens*, Dörper*
0:24
2-1 Frankie Goes To Hollywood The Power Of Love (Singlette, Extract)
Engineer [Assistant] – Bob KraushaarProducer – Trevor HornProducer [Assistant] – Stephen LipsonVoice – Chris BarrieWritten-By – Nash*, Johnson*, O'Toole*, Gill*
0:30
2-2 Frankie Goes To Hollywood Relax (Sex Mix Edit)
Producer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Johnson*, O'Toole*, Gill*
8:10
2-3 Anne Pigalle Souvenir D'Un Paris (Mix Aguicheur)
Engineer – Nick Froome*, Nick RyanEngineer [Assistant] – Paul WrightProducer – Luis JardimRemix – Nick Plytas, Nick RyanWritten-By – Pigalle*, Plytas*
7:16
2-4 Gary Busey, Michael Emil And Theresa Russell When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time (The Voices Of Gary Busey, Michael Emil And Theresa Russell)
Executive-Producer – Otto Flake, Paul MorleyProducer – Midge Ure, Otto Flake Jr.Voice Actor – Gary Busey, Michael Emil, Theresa RussellWritten-By – Will Jennings
0:17
2-5 Glenn Gregory & Claudia Brücken When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time (6'20")
Executive-Producer – Otto Flake, Paul MorleyProducer – Midge Ure, Otto Flake Jr.Written-By – Will Jennings
6:25
2-6 Frankie Goes To Hollywood Warriors (Compacted, Extract)
Executive-Producer – Trevor HornProducer – Stephen LipsonWritten-By – Nash*, Johnson*, O'Toole*, Gill*
0:35
2-7 Andrew Poppy 32 Frames (Drummed Up)
Engineer – Bob KraushaarRecorded By [Original Recording] – Stuart BruceWritten-By, Producer – Andrew Poppy
8:32
2-8 Propaganda Dr Mabuse (12" Master Mix For Germany)
Engineer – Stephen LipsonEngineer [Assistant] – Dave MeeganProducer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Thein*, Mertens*, Dörper*
6:08
2-9 Frankie Goes To Hollywood Two Tribes (Hibakush-ah!)
Engineer – Stephen LipsonEngineer [Assistant] – Dave MeeganProducer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Johnson*, O'Toole*, Gill*
6:56
2-10 Art & Act (A pArt Of Noise)* Life's A Barrel Of Laughs (Out Of This World Mix)
Producer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Morley*, Horn*
8:03
2-11 Art Of Noise* Dreaming (Silver Mix, Extract)
Producer – Trevor HornWritten-By – Dudley*, Creme*, Morley*, Horn*
1:56
2-12 Frankie Goes To Hollywood Welcome To The Pleasuredome (Pleasurefix)
Engineer – Stephen LipsonProducer – Trevor HornRemix – Gary LanganWritten-By – Nash*, Johnson*, O'Toole*, Gill*
9:45
2-13 Frankie Goes To Hollywood The Only Star In Heaven (Starfix)
Engineer – Stephen LipsonProducer – Trevor HornRemix – Gary LanganWritten-By – FGTH*
3:55
2-14 (lomax•)* Waiting In Vain (Extended Dub)
Producer – Trevor HornRemix – Karl Bonnie, Leslie WinerWritten-By – Marley*
4:40
2-15 808 State Pacific (Bonus Bird Beats)
Engineer – Graham MasseyWritten-By, Producer – 808 State
2:57
2-16 Frankie Goes To Hollywood Rage Hard (++, Extract)
Executive-Producer – Trevor HornProducer – Stephen LipsonVoice – Pamela StephensonWritten-By – Nash*, Johnson*, O'Toole*, Gill*
0:25

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Credits

  • Compilation Producer [Devised, Compiled And Curated By], Liner NotesIan Peel
  • Design [Covered By]Philip Marshall

Notes

Subtitled "A Phenomenon of Megabytes" on the spine and "A celebration of the extended remix" on the front cover. The spine and booklet also refer to the release as 'Zang Tuum Tumb - The Art of the 12"'

8pp digipak with 32pp booklet.

℗ 2011 ZTT Records Ltd, under exclusive license to Union Square Music Ltd. © 2011 ZTT Records Ltd / Union Square Music Ltd. Salvo is a Union Square Music label.

"Zzang's Twelve Inch Extended Mixes is, coincidentally, Number Twelve in its ever-extending Element Series. A product of Zang Tuum Tumb, the organisation of pop. Coming next: a night school seminar on the subject of Artefact Seven.

The Incidental Series information:
1-4. 'the laughter' is 'Theme from Laughter' (06.12.87,extract)

1-7. 'the moment' is 'Moment in Love' by Art of Noise

1-13. Propaganda: 'Testament Two'

2-1. 'the obscenity' is Frankie Goes To Hollywood: 'The Power of Love' (singlette, extract)

2-4. 'the voices' is 'When Your Heart Runs Out of Time' (the voices of Gary Busey, Michael Emil and Theresa Russell)

2-6. 'the diamond mine...' is Frankie Goes To Hollywood: Warriors (Compacted, extract)

2-11. 'the flash forward' is Art of Noise: 'Dreaming' (Silver mix, extract)

2-15. 808 State: 'Pacific' (Bonus Bird Beats)

2-16. '...the factory' is Frankie Goes To Hollywood: 'Rage Hard' (++, extract)

[Track 1-1]
Originally released in 1985 on ‘Wishful Thinking’ CD album (cat# ZCID Q20).

[Track 1-2]
Originally released in 1986 on ‘Rage Hard (+)’ 12” single (cat# 12 ZTAS 22).
First CD release in 1989 on ‘Rage Hard (+)’ CD maxi-single (cat# 658 434)
Incorrectly marked as ‘previously unreleased on CD’.

[Track 1-3]
Originally released in 1984 on ‘Close-Up’ 3rd 12” single (cat# 12ZTPS01).
First CD release in 1986 on ‘(Who's Afraid Of?) The Art Of Noise!’ Japanese CD album (cat# P33D-20025).
Incorrectly marked as ‘previously unreleased on CD’.

[Track 1-4]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 1-5]
Originally released in 1987 on ‘Emotional Highlights From Snobbery & Decay’ CD single (cat# CID 28).

[Track 1-6]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 1-7]
Originally released in 1983 on ‘Into Battle’ 12” EP (cat# ZTIS 100).
First CD release in 2003 on ‘Into Battle With The Art Of Noise’ 20th anniversary CD+DVD set (cat# REP 5001).

[Track 1-8]
Originally released in 1990 on ‘Cubik’ CD single (cat# TBCD 959).

[Track 1-9]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 1-10]
Originally issued in 1989 on ‘License To Thrill (Original Soundtrack)’ Cassette compilation promo (cat# KT 1).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 1-11]
Originally released in 1989 on ‘Pacific 909 (Mellow Birds Mega Edit)’ 12” single (cat# ZANG 1 TX).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 1-12]
Originally in 1985 on ‘Moments In Love’ 12” single (cat# 12ZTPS 02).
First CD release in 1986 as ‘Love’ on ‘Daft’ CD compilation (cat# ZCID Q2).

[Track 1-13]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 2-1]
Originally released in 1985 on ‘The Power Of Love’ Cassette single (cat# CTIS 105).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 2-2]
Originally released in 2009 on ‘Return To The Pleasuredome’ 2xCD+DVD box set (cat# XECZ-1035-1036).

[Track 2-3]
Originally released in 1985 on ‘Souvenir D’Un Paris’ 12” single (cat# 884 315-1).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 2-4]
Originally released in 1985 on ‘When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time’ 12” single (cat# 12ZTAS15).
Previously unreleased on CD.
Credits are actually listed as Paul Morley as Otto Flake / Midge Ure as Otto Flake Jr.

[Track 2-5]
Originally released in 1985 on ‘When Your Heart Runs Out Of Time’ 12” single (cat# 12ZTAS15).
Previously unreleased on CD.
Credits are actually listed as Paul Morley as Otto Flake / Midge Ure as Otto Flake Jr.

[Track 2-6]
Originally released in 1986 on ‘Warriors (Compacted)’ CD single (cat# ZCID 25).

[Track 2-7]
Originally released in 1986 on ‘32 Frames / The Impossible Net’ 12” single (cat# ZTIS 200).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 2-8]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 2-9]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 2-10]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 2-11]
Previously unreleased.

[Track 2-12]
Originally released in 1985 on ‘The Power Of Love’ 12” single (cat# xztas5).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 2-13]
Originally released in 1985 on ‘The Power Of Love’ 12” single (cat# xztas5).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 2-14]
Originally released in 1991 on ‘Waiting In Vain’ CD single (cat# ZANG 9 CD).

[Track 2-15]
Originally released in 1989 on ‘Pacific 909 (Mellow Birds Mega Edit)’ 12” single (cat# ZANG 1 TX).
Previously unreleased on CD.

[Track 2-16]
Originally released in 1986 on ‘Rage hard (+)’ 12” single (cat# 12 ZTAS 22).
First CD release in 1989 on ‘Rage Hard (+)’ CD maxi-single (cat# 658 434)
Incorrectly marked as ‘previously unreleased on CD’.

Tracks 1-4, 1-6, 1-9, 1-13, 2-8 to 2-11: marked as ‘previously unreleased’.

Tracks 1-2, 1-3, 1-10, 1-11, 2-1, 2-3 to 2-5, 2-12, 2-13, 2-15, 2-16: marked as ‘previously unreleased on CD’.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 698458821324
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): SALVOCD213/A I *041927 I
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): SALVOCD213/B I *041928 I
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, CD2): none
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, CD2): IFPI 5Q85
  • Rights Society: MCPS

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mjb

mjb

April 28, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
The snare & hi-hat intro of "The Only Star In Heaven (Starfix)" has apparently been reconstructed for this release using a looped sample full of clicks that are not present on the original 12". There's also tape print-through audible after the intro and outro, whereas on the original 12" there is none. Yet another botched remastering job from Salvo/ZTT?
Ronald-42

Ronald-42

September 29, 2011
That is not true. This compilation http://www.discogs.com/Various-Back-To-The-80s-The-Long-Versions-2/release/587162 had this mix on CD years ago. Althought it's labeled 12 inch mix it is the same I checked.
Dr_Avalanche

Dr_Avalanche

February 27, 2011
And for the first time on CD: The full length 12-inch version of "Rage Hard (The Young Person's Guide To The 12” Mix)". All other CD-releases contain a 10 minute+ edit with fade out at the end.
Peerli

Peerli

February 26, 2011
Finally two rare instrumental mixes by Frankie Goes To Hollywood have been released on CD:
- Welcome To The Pleasuredome (Pleasurefix)

see here
http://www.discogs.com/Frankie-Goes-To-Hollywood-Reload-Frankie-The-Whole-12-Inches/release/703816
michael-m.mueller

michael-m.mueller

February 13, 2011
edited over 8 years ago
Finally two rare instrumental mixes by Frankie Goes To Hollywood have been released on CD:
- Welcome To The Pleasuredome (Pleasurefix)
- The Only Star In Heaven (Starfix)
These tracks were so far only available on the following vinyl release:
http://www.discogs.com/Frankie-Goes-To-Hollywood-The-Power-Of-Love/release/228838

But unfortunately this compilation also features two "strange" Frankie Goes To Hollywood mixes:
- Relax (Sex Mix Edit) (8:10)
Although the booklet says that this is the edited version of the original 16' version, this is NOT the version featured on http://www.discogs.com/Frankie-Goes-To-Hollywood-Relax/release/1233563.
In fact it is the same version as featured on the 2009 Japanese release "Return To The Pleasuredome", but I'd rather have finally released the 8'20" version from 1983 on CD.

- Two Tribes (Hibakush-ah!) (6:56)
What version is this? Definitely NOT the Hibakusha mix from the Japanese BANG! release (which was only 6'35" long and sounded completely different). There has never been a version of Two Tribes with a playing time of 6'56", so where does this come from?