|3||Moments In Love||4:38|
|4||Moments In Love||6:58|
|12ZTPS 02||Art Of Noise||Moments In Love (12")||ZTT||12ZTPS 02||UK||1985|
|ZTT 156 T B1||Art Of Noise||Moments In Love (Minky Remix) (12", S/Sided, Promo, W/Lbl)||ZTT||ZTT 156 T B1||UK||2000|
|ZTPS 02||The Art Of Noise||Moments In Love (7", Single)||ZTT||ZTPS 02||UK||1985|
|ZTT156CD||Vision||Moments In Love (Rob Searle's Anthem Mix) (CD, Single)||ZTT||ZTT156CD||UK||2000|
|IS-1032||The Art Of Noise||Moments In Love (Beaten) (12")||Island Records, ZTT||IS-1032||Canada||1985|
This variation issued in a black, die-cut Island sleeve. Another version exist is a different company jacket: Moments In Love
From the Island Soundtrack LP 90273
"PUMPING IRON II - THE WOMEN"
© 1983 ZTT
Produced by Trevor Horn, Paul Morley, With the Art of Noise
© 1984 ZTT
All four tracks are the same versions as found on the 1985 UK/Europe releases. A1 is the remix released in UK/Europe as "Moments in Love (Beaten)". A2 is the 7" A-side edit. B1 is Diversion 10, also known as Diversion Six; it is an edit of Diversion One.
Durations printed on release are 7:00 and 4:40 on the A-side and 3:51 and 5:41 on the B-side. Actual play times are shown here. The first three are reasonably close, but the duration of B2 was apparently misprinted with the minute digits swapped.
Moments in Love is the third single by Art of Noise and written by Anne Dudley, Trevor Horn, J. Jeczalik, Gary Langan, and Paul Morley. Although the original 10-minute version appeared on both the Into Battle with the Art of Noise release in 1983 and the Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise album in 1984, Moments In Love wasn't released globally as a commercial single until 1985, when the song was featured on the Pumping Iron II: The Women soundtrack. The version that was used on this soundtrack. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Art Of Noise. 2011 Digital Remaster. Album: Art Of Noise - Who's Afraid Of. Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, Marijuana, Ecstasy and Alcohol - Queens of the Stone Age. Toggle navigation Menu. Paul Morleys dulcet tones are not on this release but the long version has a nice prog synth solo. Love Beat slows everything down, more Dudley piano jamming over the top whilst some one blows over the top of a bottle then getting sampled is that Paul Morleys involvement Of Noise - Moments In Love - US 12'' Vinyl Mixes - 1984 Island Records 0-96839. Moments In Love. CD Album. CD Single. CD Maxi. Trevor horn paul morley with the art of noise moments in love. 5 results found. Filters : Items on sale Mint Sellers Professional sellers Private sellers. Composers: Anne Dudley , J. Jeczalik , Paul Morley , Gary Langan , Trevor Horn. Electronic Instruments: Gary Langan , Trevor Horn , Anne Dudley , J. I've been trying to remember the song for months, but all I could remember is that it sampled Moments in Love. I kept coming here hoping somebody would update the sample list. But, it finally just came on the radio and I was able to SoundHound it. Moments In Love-a ten-minute, downtempoR&B, instrumental ode to sensuality that appeared on both Into Battle and Who's Afraid-was remixed and released as a single in 1984 first released in the USA in 1983, where it was a moderate hit on the U. R&B singles chart. It was played at Madonna's wedding used in the soundtrack to the movie Pumping Iron II: The Women used in a number of advertisements and remixed, covered, and sampled by other artists for years afterwards. It has also appeared in numerous chill out compilations and has become a staple o read more. The title Into Battle With the Art of Noise says it all, because Art of Noise were probably one of the most combative bands around at the time, tackling preconceptions of what music is and how to write it, and combining modern technology and avant-garde techniques to create stunning new fusions. One listen to Into Battle With the Art of Noise and some of the influences in industrial, hip-hop, techno, and pop become clearer. The Art Of Noise as they are publicity photograph by A. Barratt, 1985. Ahead of Classic Album Sundays evening with Art of Noise later this month, we revisit the bands essential 84 debut Whos Afraid of The Art of Noise Words: Alan Dixon. A manifesto for the future, a blueprint for what was to become, Whos Afraid Of The Art Of Noise pushed the boundaries of how albums would be conceived in electronic music. Band members Trevor Horn, Anne Dudley and Paul Morley will all be in attendance, talking openly about The Art Of Noise and their classic debut. Head over to CAS for more info and to buy a ticket