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GHOST OF A WHITE FACE CLOWN CA

CD-R 2006 New artwork and 6 bonus tracks
1995 Ghost Of A White Face Clown
Title: Ghost Of A White Face Clown
Artist: Gary Numan
Tracklisting: 

01. Down In The Park - Offworld 5:01 
02. Bleed - Silence 4:48 
03. Are 'Friends' Electric? - Kill Switch...Klick 05:03 
04. Praying To The Aliens - Einer Ask & The Same 5:11 
05. Warriors - Jon The Beloved 4:26 
06. Listen To The Sirens - Nocturnal 4:28 
07. Change Your Mind - Henry's Life In Hell 4:35 
08. This Is New Love - Schweigen Projekt 6:24 
09. Cars - Bytet 4:38 
10. Down In The Park - Faith & Disease 4:18 

How old: This CA is old!
Release Date: 1995 
Format: CA
Record Label: NEC (Northwest Elektro-Industrial Coalition)
Catalogue No: ---
Price Guide: 15.00
Country:  UK
Additional info: Deleted This tribute album was made by various bands from the Seattle, Washington area.
Highest Chart Position: ---
Full Artist List: ---

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GHOST OF A WHITE FACE CLOWN INFO

This release presents are variety of electro and not-so-electro styles in paying tribute to Gary Numan, one of the best electronic artists at creating alien visions and depression in music. Quite a few of the covers are infected with plenty of guitar and some cool funky bass throughout. The covers by Kill Switch...Klick and Einer Ask come the closest in giving off that sad emotional impression that Mr. Numan was so great at delivering, in large part due to the strong vocals on both songs. Covers by Silence, Schweigen Projekt and Bytet present that 80's new-wavish feeling; the first two with their sweet female vocals in the chorus and Bytet with its Devo/Wall of Voodoo sound, making the song sound like a parody of itself. The cover by Jon the Beloved gave me the impression this was a cover of a Bryan Ferry song instead of a Gary Numan song with its mellow vocals, acoustic guitar and sweet keyboard sounds.

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