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‘Intruder’ is Numan’s 18th solo studio album and follows 2017’s ‘Savage: Songs From A Broken World’, which became his highest charting set in almost forty years when it debuted at 2 on the Official Albums Chart. That commercial success was complemented with wide-reaching critical acclaim from Mojo, The Quietus, PopMatters and more.
Whereas ‘Savage’ depicted earth as a barren wasteland in which humanity and culture had been largely crushed by the effects of global warming, ‘Intruder’ presents a fresh but complementary narrative. It’s a philosophical examination of a potential future apocalypse: the planet can only survive by purging its inhabitants.
‘Intruder’ was recorded between sessions at Numan’s home studio in Los Angeles and at producer Ade Fenton’s studio in Bath. It represents their fifth studio album together after ‘Jagged’ (2006), ‘Dead Sun Rising’ (2011), ‘Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)’ (2013) and ‘Savage (Songs From A Broken World)’ (2017).
‘Now And Forever’ is the 4th single taken from Gary’s 18th solo studio album Intruder and follows 2017’s ‘Savage: Songs from A Broken World’. ‘Intruder’ presents a fresh but complementary narrative. It’s a philosophical examination of a potential future apocalypse: the planet can only survive by purging its inhabitants.
This set of 3 consists of two CDs and a concert DVD of Gary Numan's sold-out show with the Skaparis Orchestra at Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. The setlist includes songs from his highly successful 'Savage' album and classics such as the No. 1 single 'Are Friends Electric', with the DVD capturing the entire breathtaking concert. Gary Numan's previous studio album 'Savage: Songs From A Broken World' was released on BMG in September 2017 and received the best reviews in Gary's career. He entered the UK charts at number 2, a fantastic achievement for the legendary and very influential artist. Gary Numan's music has always had a cinematic quality, but with the Skaparis Orchestra, this mix of hard electronics and rising cinema atmosphere was first really brought to life in his spectacular live
A 3 disc deluxe album consisting of 2 audio CDs and concert DVD of Gary’s sold out show with The Skaparis Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. The setlist includes songs from his highly successful ‘Savage’ album and classic tracks including the No.1 single ‘Are ‘Friends’ Electric?’, with the DVD capturing the full breathtaking concert for fans to relive
Hybrid is a 2003 collection of reinvented classics by influential synth pop innovator Gary Numan. Numan collaborated with numerous producers such as flood, curve, Andy Gray, Alan Moulder, Rico and Sulphur, to completely rework some of his best known songs from the '70s, '80s and '90s. Highlights includes the track 'crazier' Which became numan's first UK Top 20 hits since 1996 and new wave classics 'cars', 'are 'friends' Electric?' and 'down in the Park which are reworked with industrial, techno and dark wave inspired sounds. Demon Records is proud present the first vinyl reissue of the album, pressed on two 140g Red vinyl and housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves.
Tubeway Army was the name of Gary Numan's band. Formed in 1977, their self-titled debut album was released at the tail end of 1978. The album was a segue from the punk-leaning sounds of their early singles, to the pioneering electronic music that Gary Numan became known for. The phrase 'garagey sci-fi rock' was used in reference to this album. Shortly after this album's release, Tubeway Army recorded their follow-up, 'Replicas', which contained 'Are 'Friends' Electric?', which became the first synthesizer-based number 1 hit of the electronic era in 1979. After its release, Numan opted to drop the Tubeway Army name and release music under his own name, retaining the musicians from Tubeway Army as his backing band.