Art Of Noise – Anne Dudley – ZTT – Frankie Goes To Hollywood & more at 991.com

The latest edition of Classic Pop celebrates the 30th anniversary of the platinum selling album ‘In Visible Silence’. What a clever, complex and influential album it is…

Now, Anne Dudley ‘Plays The Art Of Noise’, out now and available from Amazon here

eil.com grew up on a diet of ZTT artists: Art Of Noise, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Trevor Horn, Propaganda, 10cc and many more and we’ve always stocked plenty of back catalogue 12″s, 7″s, LPs, CDs and rare posters. You can find our daily changing stocks all here at eil.com

Here are a couple of must have items just arrived…

FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD Photograph by John Stoddart – Holly & Paul (Recently featured in the National Museums Liverpool Pride & Prejudice LGBT+ collection, this is an original large format black & white photographic print by John Stoddart. The photograph features Holly and Paul wearing leather S & M gear, posed provactively! Frankie became infamous when their first single, ‘Relax’ was banned by the BBC in 1983 for its overtly sexual lyrics and homoerotic video which was set in agay BDSM club populated by Leathermen and drag queens. Unframed, the overall dimensions are 85cm x 86cm with a medium format image size of 74cm x 76cm. This rare example has come direct from John Stoddart and has been signed by him on the front. A striking image, perfect for framing and display…

Born in Liverpool, John Stoddart has been a sought out photographer for more than twenty-five years and has published two photography books, It’s Nothing Personal and Peep World, both of which explored the elusive world of fame. His work has been exhibited in several galleries and museums, world-wide, including The Vault Gallery in Hollywood and La Galleria Pall Mall in London. He has had numerous solo-exhibitions including Punks, Poets and Other Stars (1997), It’s Nothing Personal (2004), Peep World (2006), Society (2008), and Dirty Little Pictures (2009). He has worked for nearly every magazine in the UK and internationally, including Vanity Fair and The New York Times. “The big breakthrough came with Frankie Goes to Hollywood. They were friends of mine and I was helping them get their record together! I did a big shoot for them and one of the images, quite controversial, got published in the NME – the Holy Grail of music publications at that time. I then started to do more work for the rock and roll press.” Read more here – just one available!

 

ART OF NOISE Fourteen 7″ Vinyl Singles Set of FOURTEEN UK 7″ vinyl singles from 1984-92, starting with Close To The Edit & including two versions of the majestic, Moments In Love, the Limited Double Pack of Paranoimia & more, with each part housed in its respective picture sleeve. The covers & vinyl discs all appear in Excellent condition, many of the vinyl discs are near ‘as new’. Click here to buy – one set only available!

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