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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (1 mai 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Beggars
  • ASIN : B00000I2B0
  • Autres éditions : Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  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
  11. Do you need the service?
  12. The crazies
  13. Only a downstat
  14. We have a technical
  15. We are so fragile
  16. I nearly married a human (2)

Descriptions du produit

Digitally remastered! Smash 1979 album with Tubeway Army, reissued with 6 rare BONUS tracks and detailed liner notes. Includes "Are 'Friends' Electric?" and "Down In The Park".

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Format: CD
Gary Numan a inventé la Cold Wave. Avant lui, seul les allemands de Kraftwerk pouvaient sans ridicule chanter en imitant une diction mécanique et créer un climat lugubre où la musique semblait jouée par des robots. Avec son groupe (à mon avis il était seul...) Tubeway army, Gary Numan a fixé les standards du genre : nappes épaisses de synthé, gros son (bien adapté au walkman à l'époque et à nouveau en selle aujourd'hui avec les balladeurs), voix glaciales, pas d'instruments, boite à rythmes, paroles inquiétantes, jamais de sourires... A écouter en priorité : are friends electric, disconnect from you. Comme les standards du genre sont devenus la norme, l'album n'a pas pris une ride !
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son meilleur album avec le suivant "cars" vous conseil dans la même veine : John FOX plus minimaliste mais moins rock !!!
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Je viens de réécouter cet album, nous sommes en 2008, cet album n'a pas viellit depuis sa sortie ou je l'avais achété en vinyl 33 tours à l'époque (dommage je ne l'ai plus!!!). Cet album s'est bonnifié avec le temps. Ce coldwave est musicalement très coloré, riche en son.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What is Numan? 3 octobre 2001
Par Will Errickson - Publié sur
Format: CD
Replicas is easily one of the most unique and exciting pieces of music I own. Due to my prejudice against non-guitar-based rock, I didn't discover Gary Numan's work on my own; a much more open minded friend turned me on to this CD. I was immediately taken with it, for it sounded fresh and new and wholly original. My experience with this type of electronic, keyboard-driven music is very limited; obvious bands like Ministry and Nine Inch Nails were about as far as I went into that field before I discovered Replicas.
What Gary Numan has done here is fashioned a cold, bleak, alien world of the future. Some of the synthesizer work could be straight out of THX 1138 or Blade Runner; it evokes the same sort of hopeless chill. Numan's exaggerated voice, robotic and monotone, makes one wonder if he's human. In the copious liner notes included with the new remastered CD, Numan himself explains the strange world he's created. Obviously this guy read lots of Philip K. Dick and other edgy SF masters whose vision of the coming society was one of the breakdown of human identity due to the prevalence of engineered, thinking machines.
Two of Numan's trademark songs start the album off, and both have titles that could have been taken right from Philip K. Dick himself: "Me! I Disconnect from You" and "Are 'Friends' Electric?" Punchy, driving, and eerily catchy, these set the stage for the entire album. Numan easily mixes his brand of synth-rock with pop aesthetics. The lyrics stop short of being obvious, provoking thought more than confusion.
"You know I hate to ask
But are 'friends' electric?
Only mine's broke down
And now I've no one to love"
"Down in the Park," the hit single, reveals what happens to the few rebellious humans left in this world: they're locked in The Park, where, when it gets dark, torturous machines come out to terrorize them. "Very few people survive one night," Numan says in the notes, "no one survives two." Watching from Zom-Zoms, the elite club high above The Park, are the humans who have been deemed acceptable by the ruling machines.
"Oh look
There's a rape machine
I'd go outside
If he'd look the other way
You wouldn't believe
The things they do"
Other songs like "Machmen," "Praying to the Aliens" and "You Are in My Vision" continue the paranoia, the fear, and the irrevocable feeling of living in a sterile, yet decaying, totalitarian future world where machines and men--and those that are both--are at war.
"The wreckage of a hero
Lies broken in the corner
And everyone pretends
They like to live that way"
Really, this is an incredibly exciting, contemporary-sounding album. Being introduced to the work of Gary Numan was one of the highlights of my musical journeys last year; I hope my words on Replicas have done it justice, and I encourage you to pick it up for your own enjoyment.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic early synth-rock album 8 octobre 2002
Par Peter Uys - Publié sur
Format: CD
With this album, Gary Numan & band took full advantage of the direction prepared by synth experimentalists Kraftwerk, Bowie, Giorgio Moroder and a few others. (Replicas owes a lot to Bowie's Low and Heroes but is original enough). The electronic music comes with an atmosphere of gloom and alienation as reflected in the opener Me, I Disconnect From You, and the theme runs right through songs like Praying To The Aliens and the sinister Down In The Park with its beautiful instrumental flourishes. The prominent guitars on You Are In My Vision and It Must Have Been Years make them driving rock songs, while the title track now reminds me of the band OMD that arrived on the scene some years later. Two instrumentals follow: When the Machines Rock is a powerful composition reminiscent of Kraftwerk, while the desolate and cinematic I Nearly Married A Human brings artists like Peter Baumann and Bowie to mind. The big hit Are Friens Electric? is a real gem of a song and still sounds unique after so many years. The added tracks 11 to 16 are a great bonus and have assured Replicas a 5-star rating.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Do you want New Wave or do you want the truth? 5 décembre 2006
Par Stephen K. Reeder - Publié sur
Format: CD
This isn't even a Gary Numan record, it's from when he was still part of the band Tubeway Army. I have read a few reviews that talk about how the record was "trendy" or "sounds dated." But I think they might miss the point. Gary Numan (along with a handful of others) was a post-punk pioneer, that somehow inadvertenly created what is now known as "New Wave."

This record sounds like early primative electro or new wave, because that's what it is! This music is awash with analog synthisizers, and yet uses guitars and a real rhythm section (much like New Order would do a few years later.) But ultimately this record just rocks, and Gary Numan wrote some great and memorable songs. He just had a penchant for experimenting with the new technology that was available at the time, and now that that technology is not really widely used nowadays, it sounds like a record recorded at a particular place and time. (does that mean it's dated? I mean the Beatles sound like "60's music" but no one says they sound dated!)

This sound would become hugely influential with indie bands like Trans Am, and Wolf Parade, after analog synths became "trendy" again.

Gary Numan's lyrics are very heavily sci-fi influenced, and are on the bizarre side, but if you don't take this aspect too seriously, you will get much enjoyment out of it. Well, if you hate music with lots of synths, you'll hate it no matter what!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gary Numan at his best 31 août 2005
Par jeremy stuart - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album is solid. It's got Gary's unique brand of cold synth rock, with those amazing late 70's early 80's analog sounds. Plus it's backed up with Jess Lidyard's rocking (yet clinical) drums. If you like Pleasure Principle, his first solo release that came shortly after this album, you'll like Replicas. He released his big single "Cars" about two months after this album. Beggars Banquet did a nice job remastering. Pretty much all 16 tracks are good, although I find "The Crazies" kind of annoying, but the other great tracks make up for that one, such as "Are 'Friends' Electric?", "Me! I Disconnect From You" and "You Are In My Vision". Worth checking out for any fan of what was happening in the music scene in the late 70's. I Highly recomend this one.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Musical Equivalent Of Philip K. Dick 30 juillet 2001
Par T. Storm - Publié sur
Format: CD
The uninformed know Gary Numan only by his 1979 hit "Cars" but those of us who know him best will tell you that this LP (along with "Telekon") is his best work. A futuristic nightmare where alien machines rule the world and use the remaining humans for sport (rape and murder). This is frightening and brilliant rock and roll record, Numan makes excellent use of both heavy guitar and other-worldly synthesizers to create an atmosphere that Philip K. Dick would be proud of. If you need a soundtrack for Halloween or if, like me, everyday is halloween then this is the stuff for you.
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