ZANG TUMB TUMB DISCOGRAPHY “…which deny the freedom of the flesh…”

Art of Noise

Close (to the edit)


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Type: Single

Format: 7" vinyl

Label: Zang Tuum Tumb

Catalogue ref.: ZTPS01

Series: Questioning Incidental series no. 140


Release date: 5 November 1984

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

Photographer: Anton Corbijn


Notes: Includes a 50p discount voucher off the WAOTAON album on the sleeve.

Artwork

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Vinyl sleeve: Front

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Vinyl sleeve: Back

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Vinyl label: Side A

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Vinyl label: Side B

Printed tracklisting

  1. Close (to the edit)
  2. A time to hear (who’s listening)

Actual tracklisting

Side A

  1. Close (to the edit) 03:51

aka: 7"

Side B

  1. A time to hear (who’s listening) 03:32

Occasionally the tracklisting printed on the sleeveart of a release isn’t 100% accurate. Track names may be missing, mixes unspecified or misnamed. For this reason a printed tracklisting is shown as well as a more accurate actual tracklisting.

Sleeve Notes

Outer sleeve: Front

The Art Of Noise

are

CLOSE (TO THE EDIT)

your final breath

is in the air, pure white

and moving fast.[1]

oh to be in england[2]

the time is coming near

who’s afraid

(ZTT logo)

Outer sleeve: Back

ZTPS 01

The Art Of Noise

realise it’s

A Time To Hear (Who’s Listening)

this single exists as an accessory to the lp ‘who’s afraid of (the art of noise’)—released on zang tuum tumb. the b-side, ‘a time to hear (who’s listening),’ is a concentrate of sorts of the lp. in an effort to see who is listening, who cares, and why, ztt—who better?—are prepared to make a slightly average offer. like what you hear on ztps01, snap out this voucher, and it allows you 50p off the price of ‘who’s afraid of…’ (law tells us we have to tell you only one voucher redeemable per cassette or lp). it should be a pound off: but life’s not that blissful. that’s it. offer closes 30th november 1984.

control leadership heroes pornography absolutes bureaucracy revolution abortion science innovation response nihilism definition technology entropy future freedom coercion structure complexity explanation instability violence behaviour authenticity culture incoherency values anti-method ethics utopia society subordination theory manipulation

“nothing to be AFRAID of”

rave photography; anton corbijn, close video produced for art of noise by big features up on the fifth floor, design; xlztt and so on. ps nought one becomes number forty one in ztt’s questioning incidental series.

ps: “there’s nothing to be confused about.” any questions any reason any moment any TIME.

(Island logo)

Label: Side A

ART OF NOISE

CLOSE (TO THE EDIT)

(dudley-horn-jeczalik-langan-morley)

℗&© 1984 Zang Tuum Tumb (excites)

produced by Art of Noise

borrowed from Who’s Afraid of The Art of Noise

published by perfect songs ltd. and unforgettable songs ltd.

(ZTT logo)

(Island logo)

ZTPSO1 A Stereo 45 rpm

a/fraid

altogether now

ALL RIGHTS OF THE MANUFACTURER AND OF THE OWNER OF THE RECORDED WORK RESERVED. UNAUTHORISED PUBLIC PERFORMANCE BROADCASTING AND COPYING OF THIS RECORD PROHIBITED

Label: Side B

ART OF NOISE

A TIME TO HEAR (WHO’S LISTENING)

(dudley-horn-jeczalik-langan-morley)

℗&© 1984 Zang Tuum Tumb (excites)

produced by Art of Noise

a concentrate of Who’s Afraid of The Art of Noise

published by perfect songs ltd. and unforgettable songs ltd.

(ZTT logo)

(Island logo)

ZTPS01 B Stereo 45 rpm

b/leave

all together now

ALL RIGHTS OF THE MANUFACTURER AND OF THE OWNER OF THE RECORDED WORK RESERVED. UNAUTHORISED PUBLIC PERFORMANCE BROADCASTING AND COPYING OF THIS RECORD PROHIBITED