Engineers (Gary Numan album)
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|Live album by Gary Numan|
|Released||25 February 2008|
|Recorded||Capitol Theatre, Sydney, 31 May 1980|
|Genre||New wave, synthpop|
|Label||Beggars Banquet Records
|Gary Numan chronology|
Engineers is a limited edition (3000 copies) digipak live album, released by Gary Numan's previous label, Beggars Banquet. The album was recorded at the Capitol Theatre, Sydney, Australia on 31 May 1980.
- "Introduction : Theme From Replicas"
- "Me! I Disconnect From You"
- "Praying To The Aliens"
- "We Are So Fragile"
- "Are 'Friends' Electric?"
- "Remind Me To Smile"
- "Remember I Was Vapour"
- "Trois Gymnopédies" (Erik Satie)
- "I Die: You Die"
- All songs written by Gary Numan Except where noted.
- Gary Numan - vocals, guitar, synthesizers
- Paul Gardiner - bass guitar
- Chris Payne - keyboards, viola (left tower)
- Cedric Sharpley - drums
- Rrussell Bell - guitar, keyboards, electronic percussion
- Denis Haines - keyboards (right tower)