Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1982 sophomore album from the British duo including bonus tracks. Adventures In Modern Recording is something of a lost classic, with great vocals by Trevor Horn and a sparkling electronic sound that is completely in-step with the prevailing electro mood of the pop charts in 2010. Alongside all the b-sides and remixes of the era, Horn has personally selected several previously-unheard demo recordings including 'Videotheque' (a Top 20 hit produced by Trevor - the following year for Dollar) and 'We Can Fly From Here' (Parts 1and 2), originally written for and performed by Yes, as bonus tracks. 19 tracks total. Salvo.
Don't read the negative reviews. This is a solid album. You can find some reworked songs from this album on Yes' albums: Drama and Fly from Here. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Davo
I actually own a genuine record album version of this second foray by the same gentlemen behind "Video Killed the Radio Star. Read morePublished on July 23 2001 by Rae Schwarz
On this album you'll find Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes taking their short-term experience of working with Yes and fusing it with their left-field pop sensibilities. Read morePublished on July 3 2000 by marwood
Although "The Age of Plastic" was a great album, Adventures is much better. The title track is very good, as is the rest of the album, but I think the best cut is... Read morePublished on March 17 2000 by Richard Horton
I recently acquired this cd and I am very happy I finally got it! it's AWESOME!! I love "I am a camera"Published on Aug. 10 1999