Art of Noise
That was close
Format: Compact cassette
Label: Zang Tuum Tumb
Catalogue ref.: CTIS106
Release date: 28 January 1985
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Chart position: UK: (Starting 12/01/1985) 78; 62; 41; 45; 44; 45; 46; 46; 43; 38; 30; 21; 10; 9; 8; 10; 21; 34; 54; 70; x; 82
Sleeve design: XL Design; ZTT
Photography: AJ Barratt
Programme identical on both sides of the cassette
Occasionally the tracklisting printed on the sleeve art of a release isn’t 100% accurate. Tracks may be missing, mixes unspecified or misnamed. For this reason a more accurate actual tracklisting is shown alongside the printed tracklisting.
THAT WAS CLOSE
by the art of noise
‘CLOSE (TO THE EDIT)’
The time is about
1 The Art Of Noise just could not sleep.
2 This is the story of a hit: the story of how a piece of music fell together, fell in, fell over, fell apart, went missing, came back, found it’s place… on this cassette the art of noise broadcast the movement of composition… show off some details… drive on… the story is… how to move closer to your audience.
3 In the beginning there was a pile of drum and a pase for breath… divert to consider… and so there was Diversions Two… which got caught folding and contracted itself into Close (To The Edit)… this expanded into Close-Up… far from the hedge… (smile)…
4 This cassette closes Close. A Best Of Close… Closest Hits… Close Enough… noel coward wore nice close… come closer…
5 The Art Of Noise, played by The Art Of Noise, just could not stop.
6 The ‘That Was Close’ cassette was compilted by the Thursday Morning Middle Fingers. (Would you like to be strong and healthy?)
photography: a.j. barratt packaged: xlztt
THAT WAS CLOSE By Art Of Noise
CLOSE (TO THE EDIT)
This singlette is number seventy seven in the Incidental Series. Are you there? Fans are now beginning to ask the Incidental Series for it’s autograph. Iy says thankyou, if you’re there.
Sorry… can’t stop.
Art Of Noise Disc-Graph
Unauthorised public performance broadcastin and copying of this cassette prohibited. All rights of the manufacturer and the owner of the rec orded work reserved.
That Was Close (the story of a hit, the story of how a piece of music felt well) contains Diversion Eight, Diversion Two, Closest, Close-Up, Close (To The Edit) and Closed. All music composed by Art Of Noise, produced by Art Of Noise. ‘Close enough?’ Published by Perfect Songs Ltd—Unforgettable Songs Ltd