For Future Reference

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For Future Reference
For Future Reference.jpg
Studio album by
Released1981
RecordedRidge Farm Studio, Surrey
GenreSynthpop
LabelThe Rocket Record Company
ProducerDramatis, Simon Heyworth
The Dramatis Project
Cover for the 2000 reissue
Cover for the 2000 reissue
Singles from For Future Reference
  1. "Ex Luna Scientia"
    Released: 1981
  2. "Love Needs No Disguise"
    Released: 1981
  3. "Oh! Twenty Twenty Five"
    Released: 1981
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic1/5 stars[1]

For Future Reference is the only studio album to be released by the British synthpop band Dramatis. The album itself failed to reach the UK Albums Chart, however, one of the three singles released from the album, "Love Needs No Disguise" with Gary Numan providing vocals reached number 33 on the UK Singles Chart.[2] The other singles from the album were "Ex Luna Scientia" and "Oh! Twenty Twenty Five"—titled "Oh! 2025" on the album. The album was reissued on CD in 2000 and retitled The Dramatis Project. The reissue was also credited to Tubeway Army featuring Gary Numan,[3] despite Numan's only contribution being the vocal to "Love Needs No Disguise".

The album was made available again in 2014 as a digital download only, this time under the title "Terrestrial Channels" and with Gary Numan as the sole artist credit.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Dramatis.

  1. "Oh! 2025"
  2. "Human Sacrifice"
  3. "I Only Find Rewind"
  4. "No-One Lives Forever"
  5. "Love Needs No Disguise"
  6. "Turn"
  7. "Take Me Home"
  8. "On Reflection"
  9. "Ex Luna Scientia"

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Love Needs No Disguise". Chart Stats. Retrieved on 5 December 2008.
  3. ^ (2000) The Dramatis Project [Cover]. Dress To Kill Records (METRO457).
  4. ^ Beathound.com: Gary Numan - Terrestrial Channels - retrieved 10 September 2015