Bill Nelson’s Red Noise ‎– Sound on Sound (1979)

Sound-on-Sound is the sole album by Bill Nelson’s Red Noise, the guitarist/vocalist’s makeshift combo between the fold of Be-Bop Deluxe and the launch of his solo career. The album was produced by John Leckie and released in 1979 on EMI’s Harvest imprint.

Tracklist:
A1. “Don’t Touch Me (I’m Electric)” (1:50)
A2. “For Young Moderns” (4:24)
A3. “Stop/Go/Stop” (3:09)
A4. “Furniture Music” (3:30)*
A5. “Radar in My Heart” (1:36)
A6. “Stay Young” (3:11)
B1. “Out of Touch” (3:29)
B2. “A Better Home in the Phantom Zone” (4:26)
B3. “Substitute Flesh” (3:28)
B4. “The Atom Age” (3:01)
B5. “Art/Empire/Industry” (2:44)
B6. “Revolt into Style” (3:23)

*B-sides:
Acquitted by Mirrors
Wonder Toys That Last Forever

Credits:
Bill Nelson — drums, mini moog, bass, harmonica, electric piano, percussion, vocoder, producer, writer, vocals, guitar, photography
Richard Ford — bass
Andy Clark — grand piano, mini moog, organ, synthesiser
Ian Nelson — alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, synthesiser, saxophone, Wurlitzer, clarinet

John Leckie — producer, engineer
Bishin Jumonji — photography
Cream — graphic design, layout
Dave Mattacks — drums, electronic drums, percussion

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