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This isn't Tubeway Army

This is The Klone Orchestra… which does covers. They do Joy Division, jimi hendrix etc while sounding very similar to the original recordings.

Future? This isn’t even accurately the past!

flagrantsake is correct: this is NOT Tubeway Army. However, it's not The Klone Orchestra, either. These songs are performed and recorded by a group formed from the 1979-1980 members of the Gary Numan Band, called Dramatis. This album was originally released in 1981 under the title, “For Future Reference” (Rocket Records, TRAIN 18, 1981). The members of this band had absolutely nothing to do with the original Tubeway Army. Neither Paul Gardner nor Jess Lidyard are part of Dramatis, and neither of them play on this album. One and only one song on the album features Gary Numan: “Love Needs No Disguise,” whose chorus lyrics Numan had a hand in composing.

This isn’t a reason not to listen to the album, though. Please read reviews of "The Dramatis Project" for more info about. Before you buy an album like this, however, do some research to find out if any of the Dramatis members are receiving royalties for the reissuing of their music.

Otherwise, the packaging tells you everything: another size 0 model in a sci-fi get-up, too pretty to exist in this post-apocalyptic world, and too frail even to be holding up this equipment. Puhleeze!

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s

After a couple lineup shuffles, Tubeway Army -- Gary Numan (aka Valeriun), Paul Gardiner (aka Scarlett), and Numan's uncle Jess Lidyard (aka Rael) -- debuted in February of 1978 with "That's Too Bad" on Beggars Banquet, a furious fusion of punk and pop, but darkly cold and clinical. During a studio session a few months later, Numan began fiddling with a mini-Moog synthesizer that remained from another band's recording stint. Instantly falling in love with the instrument's capabilities, he decided...
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Future, Tubeway Army
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: May 18, 2010

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