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Dance album for sale by Gary Numan was released Nov 16, 1999 on the Blanco Y Negro label. DANCE is an ironic title indeed for one of Gary Numan's latter- period recordings. This slab of decidedly un-danceable tunes, replete with Numan's trademark synth rhythms, beatboxes, and beautifully sculpted robotic-analog sounds, remains vastly underrated and unappreciated. Dance buy CD music Numan's compositional finesse has hardly ebbed over time. If anything, his obsession with sci-fi imagery has grown ever more fantastic ("A Subway Called You," "She's Got Claws"). Dance CD music contains a single disc with 16 songs. ...See Full Description
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||As said, overlooked and underappreciated...|
Dance buy CD music This, on the whole, is my favourite Numan album and with every reason. Dance songs I remember buying it first in a bargain-bin in Chicago for $2.99 and the vinyl pressing was execrable, but then again the length of the album was so extreme (almost an hour) that it would have taken Japanese virgin vinyl to do it justice. In many ways, it sounds unfocussed, but that's a misnomer when speaking of Numan, perhaps the most determined of musicians.
By a reviewer (Homewood, IL)
||Almost A Japan Album|
Dance album for sale The real star here is Japan's (the group) fretless bassist Mick Karn,and I believe all of the group with the exception of singer David Sylvian make an appearance.
By whistlingtk (Baltimore, MD)
Dance CD music This is deffinitely a wierd album. It's something to get buzzed to. The first track itself is 9 minutes long.
By William (P-Town, GA, USA)
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Dance songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1048493|
|Label||Blanco Y Negro|
|Release Date||Nov 16, 1999|
|Recording Time||75 minutes|
|Personnel||Gary Numan - vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, bass, percussion|
Paul Gardiner - guitar, keyboards, background vocals
Roger Mason - keyboards
Sean Lynch - programming
Tim Steggles - percussion
Also: Roger Taylor, Cedric Sharpley, Mick Karn, Rob Dean