Gary Numan is now 22 albums into a 40 plus career and while he admits to have a long career, he says its hasn’t always been successful.
Gary’s new album ‘Intruder’ is a success. His recorded works from the decade has seen Gary refocused back at his most creative.
From those early days fronting Tubeway Army, and having a hit with a song about robot prostitutes, Gary Numan has been an unusual creative force. Tubeway Army’s ‘Replicas’ and his solo ‘The Pleasure Principle’ had him famous the world over, but into the late 80s and throughout the 90s he became a forgotten force.
‘Splinter’, ‘Savage’ and now ‘Intruder’ are three of his greatest works.
Gary Numan spoke with Noise11’s Paul Cashmere.
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