Gary Numan

Music, Pop

Time Out says

This perennial ’80s goth may have come off as a one-hit wonder here in the States, thanks to "Cars," but in his native England, the album from which that ubiquitous single came, The Pleasure Principle, was the second of three consecutive No. 1 LPs for the young synth-pop pioneer. Thirty years on, his newest, Savage (Songs from a Broken World), updates the melodrama of those initial albums with a contemporary industrial brutality that pulls influence in no small part from ’90s nü-metal and the works of Marilyn Manson.



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