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Numan Gary Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Numan Gary Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Tracks
2 This Is My House
3 The God Film
4 Cars
5 She's Got Claws
6 My Dying Machine
7 Down In The Park
8 I, Assassin
9 This Prison Moon
10 Boys Like Me
11 I Am Render
12 The Life Machine (Original Version)
13 I Die You Die
14 Outland
15 U Got The Look
16 Moral
17 Are Friends Electric
18 Are You Real
19 New Thing From London Town (New Lyric)
20 Bleed
21 Your Fascination
22 Steel And You
23 Warriors
24 My World Storm
25 Crash
26 Love And Napalm
27 Noise Noise
28 Remember I Was Vapour
29 Poison
30 Basic J
31 The Machine (Steel And You, Original Version)
32 The Dream Police
33 Cry, The Clock Said
34 Magic
35 The 1930's Rust
36 Remind Me To Smile
37 The Skin Game
38 Blue Eyes
39 I Dream Of Wires
40 The Monday Troop
41 The Life Machine
42 Soul Protection
43 Exhibition
44 Pray
45 The Image Is
46 Sleep By Windows
47 Bombers
48 Im An Agent
49 This Is My Life
50 Whisper
51 Love Needs No Disguise
52 Scar
53 This House Is Cold
54 Telekon
55 A Game Called Echo
56 Check It
57 It Must Have Been Years
58 Thoughts No 2
59 We Are So Fragile
60 Airlane
61 The Seed Of A Lie
62 The Aircrash Bureau
63 Crime Of Passion
64 Jo The Waiter
65 Something's In The House
66 You Are In My Vision
67 A Child With The Ghost
68 I Nearly Married A Human 2
69 My Brother's Time
70 You Walk In My Soul
71 War Games
72 The Joy Circuit
73 Critics
74 Listen To The Sirens
75 Zero Bars (Mr Smith)
76 Zero Bars
77 Berserker
78 Only A Downstat
79 Night Talk
80 I Can't Stop
81 War Songs
82 This Wreckage
83 Do Your Best (Friends, Original Version)
84 Love Is Like Clock Law
85 Cars ('e' Reg Extended Model)
86 Confession
87 Cold Warning
88 The Crazies
89 My Breathing
90 We Take Mystery (To Bed)
91 We Are Glass
92 Complex
93 Conversation
94 Ice
95 Me
96 Cars (Motorway Mix)
97 Dark Sunday
98 We Have A Technical
99 Slowcar To China
100 We Take Mystery (To Bed) (Early Version)
101 Call Out The Dogs
102 Mean Street
103 Me I Disconnect From You
104 My Centurion
105 Devotion
106 Pump It Up
107 Replicas
108 Stories
109 Strange Charm
110 White Boys And Heroes
111 Creatures
112 Do You Need The Service
113 My Shadow In Vain (Original Version)
114 Metal
115 Poetry And Power
116 Dream Killer
117 The Machman
118 Stormtrooper In Drag
119 The Need
120 Cry
121 God Only Knows
122 I Still Remember
123 Engineers
124 O D Receiver
125 My Love Is A Liquid
126 Sister Surprise
127 From Russia Infected
128 The Hunter
129 When The Machines Rock
130 You Are, You Are
131 The Sleeproom
132 Emotion
133 Miracles
134 Everyday I Die
135 Oh! Didn't I Say
136 My Shadow In Vain
137 The Iceman Comes
138 Heart
139 The Secret
140 A Question Of Faith
141 A Dream Of Siam
142 This Is Love
143 Generator
144 The Pleasure Skin
145 Face To Face Letters
146 Out Of Sight
147 Observer
148 The Rhythm Of The Evening
149 (Interval 1)
150 This Is New Love
151 Bridge? What Bridge?
152 Unknown And Hostile
153 I Wonder
154 This Disease
155 Films
156 Something's In The House (Original Version)
157 Praying To The Aliens
158 The Tick Tock Man
159 (Interval 2)
160 A Subway Called 'you'
161 Deadliner
162 I'm An Agent
163 Love Isolation
164 Tricks
165 Friends
166 That's Too Bad (Single Version)
167 Somethings In The House
168 (Interval 3)
169 Desire
170 Music For Chameleons
171 Please Push No More
172 Machine And Soul

Numan Gary Bio

Gary Numan (born Gary Anthony James Webb on 8 March 1958) is an English singer, composer, and musician, most widely known for his chart-topping 1979 hits "Are 'Friends' Electric?" with his band Tubeway Army and his song "Cars". His signature sound consisted of heavy synthesizer hooks fed through guitar effects pedals.

Numan is considered a pioneer of commercial electronic music. His use of themes from science fiction, and his combination of aggressive punk energy with electronics, have since been widely imitated.

Born in Hammersmith, Gary Anthony James Webb was the son of a British Airways bus driver based at Heathrow Airport. Webb was educated at Town Farm Junior School Stanwell, Ashford County Grammar School, Middlesex, Slough Grammar School and Brooklands Technical College.

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