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On November 7, 2000.

On November 7, 2000, “Eagle Records” label released “Pure”, the fourteenth Gary Numan album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Alien Studios” in London, and was produced by Gary Numan and Sulpher.


  • Gary Numan – vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming
  • Richard Beasley – drums
  • Steve Harris – guitar
  • Rob Holliday– guitar, keyboards
  • Monti – drums, keyboards, programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Numan, except where noted.

  1. Pure
  2. Walking With Shadows
  3. Rip
  4. One Perfect Lie
  5. My Jesus
  6. Fallen
  7. Listen to My Voice
  8. A Prayer for the Unborn
  9. Torn
  10. Little Invitro
  11. I Can’t Breathe – Gary Numan, Rob Holliday, Monti

On June 6, 2011.

On June 6, 2011, “Warp” label released “Gloss Drop”, the second Battles studio album. It was recorded 2010 – 2011, at “Machines with Magnets” in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and was produced by Dave Konopka, John Stainer, Ian Williams, Keith Souza and Seth Manchester.


  • Dave Konopka– bass, guitar, effects
  • John Stanier– drums
  • Ian Williams– guitar, keyboards
  • Matias Aguayo – vocals
  • Gary Numan– vocals
  • Kazu Makino– vocals
  • Yamantaka Eye– vocals
  • Keith Souza – mixing
  • Seth Manchester – mixing
  • Ryan Smith – mastering
  • Dave Konopka– art direction
  • Lesley Unruh – photography

Track listing:

  1. Africastle
  2. Ice Cream
  3. Futura
  4. Inchworm
  5. Wall Street
  6. My Machines
  7. Dominican Fade
  8. Sweetie & Shag
  9. Toddler
  10. Rolls Boyce
  11. White Electric
  12. Sundome

In November 1986.

In November 1986, “Numa” label released “Strange Charm”, the eighth Gary Numan studio album. It was recorded in 1986, at “Rock City Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Gary Numan, The Wave Team, Ade Orange, Bill Sharpe and Nick Smith.


  • Gary Numan– vocals, keyboards, guitar, mixing
  • Tessa Niles– backing vocals
  • Mike Smith – keyboards
  • Dick Morrissey– saxophone
  • Martin Elliott – bass
  • Rrussell Bell – guitar, backing vocals
  • Ade Orange – guitar, keyboards
  • Chris Payne– violin
  • Ian Herron – drum machine programming
  • Roger Odelle – drum programming
  • Bill Sharpe– keyboards
  • Linda Taylor – backing vocals
  • Mark Railton – guitar
  • Jess Lidyard– percussion
  • Tim Summerhayes – engineer
  • Arun Chekraverty, Jeff Hanen – audio mastering
  • Patti Burris – make-up
  • Lewis Ziolek – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Numan, except where noted.

  1. My Breathing
  2. Unknown and Hostile
  3. The Sleeproom
  4. New Thing from London Town – lyrics by Gary Numan, music by Bill Sharpe
  5. I Can’t Stop
  6. Strange Charm
  7. The Need
  8. This Is Love


On May 6, 2016.

On May 6, 2016, “Columbia” label released “Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise”, the eighteenth Jean Michel Jarre studio album. It was recorded 2011-2016, and was produced by Jean Michel Jarre.The second of a two-part album (the first being Electronica 1: The Time Machine) is collaboration with other musicians  includes Pet Shop Boys, Rone, Julia Holter, Primal Scream, Gary Numan, Hans Zimmer, Edward Snowden, Peaches, Sébastien Tellier, The Orb,  Siriusmo,  Yello,  Jeff Mills, Cyndi Lauper and Christophe.

Track listing:

  1. The Heart of Noise, Pt. 1 (with Rone) – Jean Michel Jarre, Erwan Castex
  2. The Heart of Noise, Pt. 2 – Jean Michel Jarre
  3. Brick England (with Pet Shop Boys) – Jean Michel Jarre, Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe
  4. These Creatures (with Julia Holter) – Jean Michel Jarre, Julia Holter
  5. As One (with Primal Scream) – Jean Michel Jarre, Andrew Innes, Bobby Gillespie, Robert Young
  6. Here For You (with Gary Numan) – Jean Michel Jarre, Gary Numan
  7. Electrees (with Hans Zimmer) – Jean Michel Jarre, Hans Zimmer
  8. Exit (with Edward Snowden) – Jean Michel Jarre
  9. What You Want (with Peaches) – Jean Michel Jarre, Merrill Nisker
  10. Gisele (with Sebastien Tellier) – Jean Michel Jarre, Sebastien Tellier
  11. Switch on Leon(with The Orb) – Jean Michel Jarre, Alex Paterson, Thomas Fehlmann
  12. Circus (with Siriusmo) – Jean Michel Jarre, Moritz Friedrich
  13. Why This, Why That and Why (with Yello) – Jean Michel Jarre, Dieter Meier, Boris Blank
  14. The Architect (with Jeff Mills) – Jean Michel Jarre, Jeff Mills
  15. Swipe to the Right (with Cyndi Lauper) – Jean Michel Jarre, Cyndi Lauper, Carmen Cacciatore
  16. Walking the Mile (with Christophe) – Jean Michel Jarre, Daniel Bevilacqua
  17. Falling Down – Jean Michel Jarre
  18. The Heart of Noise (The Origin) – Jean Michel Jarre

In April 1979.

In April 1979, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Replicas”, the second and final Tubeway Army album. It was recorded December 1978-January 1979, at “Gooseberry Studios” in London, and was produced by Gary Numan.


  • Gary Numan– keyboards, guitars, vocals, producer, mixing
  • Paul Gardiner– bass guitar
  • Jess Lidyard– drums
  • John Caffery – engineering, mixing
  • Rikki Sylvan– mixing
  • Geoff Howes – photographer
  • Mary Vango – make-up
  • Tony Escott – illustrator
  • Malti Kidia – art director


Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Numan.

  1. Me! I Disconnect from You
  2. Are ‘Friends’ Electric?
  3. The Machman
  4. Praying to the Aliens
  5. Down in the Park
  6. You Are in My Vision
  7. Replicas
  8. It Must Have Been Years
  9. When the Machines Rock
  10. I Nearly Married a Human

On November 24, 1978.


On November 24, 1978, “Beggars Banquet” label released the debut, self – titled Tubeway Army album. It was recorded July – August 1978, at “Spaceward Cambridge”, and was produced by Gary Numan.


  • Gary Numan– guitars, lead vocals, keyboards
  • Paul Gardiner– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jess Lidyard– drums
  • Mike Kemp –engineer, mixer
  • John Dent –digital remastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Numan except White Light/White Heat by Lou Reed.

  1. Listen to the Sirens
  2. My Shadow in Vain
  3. The Life Machine
  4. Friends
  5. Something’s in the House
  6. Everyday I Die
  7. Steel and You
  8. My Love Is a Liquid
  9. Are You Real?
  10. The Dream Police
  11. Jo the Waiter
  12. Zero Bars (Mr. Smith)

On September 5, 1980.


On September 5, 1980, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Telekon”, the fourth Gary Numan studio album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Rock City Studios” in Shepperton and “Matrix Studios” in London, and was produced by Gary Numan.


  • Gary Numan– vocals, Minimoog, Polymoog, ARP Pro Soloist, Roland Jupiter-4, Sequential Circuits Prophet-5, Yamaha CP-30, Roland CR-78,  Synare,  guitar, piano, Minibass
  • Paul Gardiner– bass, backing vocals
  • Cedric Sharpley– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Chris Payne– viola, piano, Minimoog, Polymoog, backing vocals
  • Russell Bell– guitars, violin, claves, backing vocals
  • Denis Haines– Prophet-5, piano, ARP Pro Soloist, Yamaha CP-30, whistle, backing vocals
  • John Webb, James Freud, Simple Minds– handclaps

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Numan except  “Trois Gymnopédies (First Movement)”, a composition by Erik Satie.

  1. This Wreckage
  2. The Aircrash Bureau
  3. Telekon
  4. Remind Me to Smile
  5. Sleep by Windows
  6. I’m an Angel
  7. I Dream of Wires
  8. Remember I Was Vapour
  9. Please Push No More
  10. The Joy Circuit


On Septemeber 7, 1979.

The PleasurePrinciple

On September 7, 1979, “Beggars Banquet” label released “The Pleasure principle”, the debut solo album by Gary Numan. The album material was recorded in the first half of 1979 at the “Marcus Music AB”, London, and was produced by Gary Numan.


  • Gary Numan– vocals, keyboards (Minimoog, Polymoog, ARP Odyssey), synthetic percussion
  • Paul Gardiner– bass
  • Chris Payne– keyboards (Minimoog, Polymoog, piano), viola
  • Cedric Sharpley– drums, percussion
  • Billy Currie– fadeout violin
  • Garry Robson– backing vocals

All compositions by Gary Numan.

  1. Airlane
  2. Metal
  3. Complex
  4. Films
  5. E.
  6. Tracks
  7. Observer
  8. Conversation
  9. Cars
  10. Engineers