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Fad Gadget Lyrics

Genre: Electronic

Fad Gadget Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Cipher
2 Ad Nauseam (live, 2002: The Garage)
3 Sleep (Electro Induced original)
4 Coitus Interruptus
5 Coitus Interruptus (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
6 The Cutting Edge
7 King of the Flies (live)
8 Ad Nauseam (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
9 Back to Nature (live, 2002: The Garage)
10 Life on the Line (version 2)
11 Ad Nauseam
12 Ideal World (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
13 Concrete
14 The Ring (live)
15 Love Parasite (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
16 Immobilise
17 Collapsing New People (London mix)
18 Blind Eyes
19 Collapsing New People (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
20 Coitus Interruptus (live, 1981: New York City Mud club)
21 Love Parasite (live)
22 For Whom the Bells Toll (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
23 Luddite Joe
24 Back to Nature
25 Swallow It
26 The Ring (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
27 Coitus Interruptus (live, 1982: Whatever You Want)
28 Ricky's Hand
29 Ricky’s Hand (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
30 One Man’s Meat (remix)
31 The Box
32 Innocent Bystander
33 Ad Nauseam (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
34 The Sheep Look Up (live, 1982: Whatever You Want)
35 Under the Flag II
36 Back to Nature (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
37 Ricky’s Hand (live)
38 Ricky’s Hand
39 Pedestrian
40 For Whom the Bells Toll (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
41 For Whom the Bells Toll (live, 1982: Whatever You Want)
42 Coïtus Interruptus
43 State of the Nation (live, 2001: Exciter Tour)
44 One Man's Meat (Remix)
45 Fireside Favourite
46 State of the Nation
47 Ricky’s Hand (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
48 Life on the Line (live, 1983: Hotel Suburbia)
49 Stand Up
50 Ricky’s Hand (live, 2001: Exciter Tour)
51 One Man’s Meat
52 Insecticide
53 Salt Lake City Sunday
54 Back to Nature (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
55 Lady Shave (live, 1983: Hotel Suburbia)
56 Speak To Me
57 Love Parasite (live, 2001: Exciter Tour)
58 One Man's Meat
59 Lady Shave
60 Collapsing New People (Collapsing Westbam remix)
61 Fireside Favourite (live in Rotterdam April 1984)
62 Back to Nature (live, 1983: Hotel Suburbia)
63 The Ring
64 Ricky’s Hand (live, 2002: The Garage)
65 Swallow It (live)
66 Saturday Night Special
67 Lady Shave (Razormaid mix)
68 Speak to Me (live in Rotterdam April 1983)
69 State of the Nation (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
70 The Sheep Look Up
71 Collapsing New People (live, 2002: The Garage)
72 Life On the Line (Version IV)
73 King of the Flies
74 Ladyshave
75 One Man’s Meat (live in Rotterdam April 1983)
76 Coitus Interruptus (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
77 [Sleep]
78 Luxury (live, 2002: The Garage)
79 Swallow It (Regurgitated)
80 Life on the Line
81 Lady Shave (John Aquaviva’s Robo-Sapien Vox)
82 Life On The Line Iv
83 Newsreel
84 King of the Flies (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
85 The Box (live, 2002: The Garage)
86 Lady Shave (live, 2002: The Garage)
87 Collapsing New People (Berlin mix)
88 For Whom the Bells Toll
89 Collapsing New People (Collapsing Westbam Radio edit)
90 Plainsong
91 Jump
92 Ideal World (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
93 Love Parasite (live, 2002: The Garage)
94 Fireside Favourite (Toasted Crumpet mix)
95 Love Parasite
96 Collapsing New People (original 7″ version)
97 Scapegoat
98 Ideal World
99 Collapsing New People (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
100 Fireside Favourite (live, 2002: The Garage)
101 Love Parasite (2)
102 Collapsing New People
103 Collapsing New People (Collapsing Westbam extended remix)
104 Under The Flag I
105 Coitus Interruptus (demo)
106 One Man’s Meat (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)
107 Coitus Interruptus (live, 2002: The Garage)
108 Luxury (remix)
109 Luxury
110 Lady Shave (John Acquaviva’s Robo-Sapien Vox)
111 Wheels Of Fortune
112 Plain Clothes
113 The Ring (live, 1984-02-28: Hacienda)

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Fad Gadget Bio

Fad Gadget is the stage name of Francis John (Frank) Tovey (8 September 1956 – 3 April 2002). An influential British avant-garde electronic musician and vocalist, he was an exponent of both New Wave and early industrial music.

Tovey studied performance art at Leeds Metropolitan University. He signed as Fad Gadget to Daniel Miller's Mute Records, which was soon home to similar but more commercial synthpop act Depeche Mode. He was the first artist to sign to Mute , and was managed in the early 1980s by Alan Pride.

As Fad Gadget, his music was characterized by a distinctive use of synthesizers in conjunction with sounds of found objects, including drills and electric razors. His bleak, sarcastic, and darkly humorous lyrics, often layered in meaning and discussing subjects such as machinery, building construction, human sexuality, and physical violence, were sung in a droning monotone voice.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fad_Gadget