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Please Push No More - Gary Numan - Telekon (CD, Album)

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  1. Akigrel
    May 18,  · Stand out tracks This Wreckage, The Aircrash Bureau, Telekon, I dream of wires and please push no more. Many would choose The Pleasure Principle as the best Numan Album, I would choose this times over. It is such more creative and has not one single weak track on it,/5().
  2. Volkis
    Gary Numan - Telekon: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: This Wreckage: A2: The Aircrash Bureau: A3: Telekon: A4: Remind Me To Smile: A5: Sleep By Windows: B1: I`m An Agent: B2: I Dream Of Wires: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review.
  3. Nikozilkree
    Tracklist: 1. This Wreckage, 2. The Aircrash Bureau, 3. Telekon, 4. Remind Me To Smile, 5. Sleep By Windows, 6. I`m An Agent, 7. I Dream Of Wires, 8. Remember I Was.
  4. Yosar
    After becoming a worldwide star with the punchy, synth-driven rock of 's The Pleasure Principle, Gary Numan moved in a subtler, more "mature" direction on his next outing, gablifurtlecomplseekmisssiwickrenfvadoub.xyzinfo its predecessor wasn't exactly a party album, Telekon is full of moodiness and melancholy, but just as abundant in melody. While tunes like "I Dream of Wires" continue Numan's fascination with.
  5. Akinotaxe
    2nd album from Gary Numan under his own name (1st 2 were Tubeway Army) released genre Synthpop. Rated out of 10 by Pitchfork Media and 8 out of 10 by Spin magazine. Reached No.
  6. Tojaran
    Telekon, an Album by Gary Numan. Released 5 September on Beggars Banquet (catalog no. BEGA 19; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop, New Wave. Featured peformers: Gary Numan (vocals, songwriter, producer), Paul Gardiner (bass), Melvyn Abrahams (mastering), Geoff Howes (photography).
  7. Mogar
    Known as the third release in Numan’s Machine era “Telekon” saw Numan bring guitars back in to the fold after leaving them off completely on “The Pleasure Principle”. The album was proceeded by two singles “we Are Glass” and “I Die: You Die” that were not included on the original vinyl release, they are included here nad rightly so as they are from the same time period/5(47).
  8. Tatilar
    Please Push No More Lyrics: Now I'm behind glass / I'll talk to you / The telephone lines blind / You have defaced my face / I bet you laughed at me / You bright young things / And now I need no.

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