Gary Numan discography

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Gary Numan discography
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Gary Numan, 18 February 1980
Studio albums22
Live albums29
Compilation albums17
EPs13
Singles51

The following is a comprehensive discography of Gary Numan, a British singer, songwriter and musician. Numan (born Gary Webb, 1958) released his first record in 1978 as part of the outfit Tubeway Army. Initially unsuccessful, the band scored a huge hit in 1979 with the single "Are Friends Electric" and their second album Replicas, both of which reached number one in the UK. Numan then decided to release further recordings under his own name, beginning with the single "Cars" later in 1979. Both this and the subsequent album The Pleasure Principle also reached number one in the UK, and Numan became a leading force in the British electronic music scene. He scored a third number one album in 1980 with Telekon, and more hit singles and albums until the mid 1980s when his popularity waned. Despite this, he has continued to record and tour on a regular basis up to the present day. His 2017 studio album, Savage (Songs from a Broken World), entered the UK Albums Chart at no. 2, which was Numans highest chart peak since 1980. His most recent album, 2021's Intruder also entered the UK charts at no. 2.[1]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[2][3]
AUS
[4]
US
[5]
NZ
[6][7]
CAN JPN
[8][9]
SCO
[10]
SWE
[11]
GER
[12]
NLD
[13]
IRE
[14]
BEL
(FL)

[15]
BEL
(WA)

[16]
SWI
[17]
AUT[18]
1978 Tubeway Army 14
1979 Replicas
  • Released: April 1979
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
1 11 124 8 37 45 44
The Pleasure Principle
  • Released: 7 September 1979
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
1 24 16 19 11 64
1980 Telekon
  • Released: 5 September 1980
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
1 24 64 32 53
1981 Dance
  • Released: 4 September 1981
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
3 85 167
1982 I, Assassin
  • Released: 10 September 1982
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
8 95 201
1983 Warriors
  • Released: 16 September 1983
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
12
1984 Berserker
  • Released: 9 November 1984
  • Label: Numa
  • Format:
45
1985 The Fury
  • Released: September 1985
  • Label: Numa
  • Format:
24
1986 Strange Charm
  • Released: November 1986
  • Label: Numa
  • Format:
59
1988 Metal Rhythm
  • Released: September 1988
  • Label: IRS, Illegal
  • Format:
48
1989 Automatic (as Sharpe & Numan)
  • Released: June 1989
  • Label: Polydor (UK)
  • Format:
59
1991 Outland
  • Released: March 1991
  • Label: IRS, EMI
  • Format:
39
1992 Machine + Soul
  • Released: September 1992
  • Label: Numa
  • Format:
42
1994 Sacrifice
  • Released: October 1994
  • Label: Numa
  • Format:
94
1997 Exile
  • Released: 20 October 1997
  • Label: Eagle
  • Format:
48
2000 Pure
  • Released: 7 November 2000
  • Label: Eagle
  • Format:
58
2006 Jagged
  • Released: 13 March 2006
  • Label: Cooking Vinyl
  • Format:
59
2008 Replicas Redux
  • Released: 2008
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
96
2009 The Pleasure Principle 30th Anniversary Edition
  • Released: 21 September 2009
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Format:
98
2011 Dead Son Rising
  • Released: 15 September 2011
  • Label: Mortal Records
  • Format:
87
2013 Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)
  • Released: 14 October 2013
  • Label: Mortal Records
  • Format:
20 175 197 24
2017 Savage (Songs from a Broken World)
  • Released: 15 September 2017
  • Label: BMG
  • Format:
2 76 154 3 87 171 12 59 89 94
2021 Intruder
  • Released: 21 May 2021
  • Label: BMG
  • Format:
2 78 2 15 56 15 100 60 33 63
"—" denotes releases that failed to chart or were not released

Live albums[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions
UK
[2][3][20]
AUS
[4]
1981 Living Ornaments '79 and '80a 2
Living Ornaments '79 47
Living Ornaments '80 39
1985 White Noise – Live 29 64
1987 Ghost
1989 The Skin Mechanic 55
1994 Dream Corrosion 86
1995 Dark Light 107
1998 Living Ornaments '81
1999 The Radio One Recordings
2003 Scarred 160
2004 Live at Shepherds Bush Empire
Hope Bleeds
Live in London
2005 Fragment 1/04
Fragment 2/04
2007 The Complete John Peel Sessions
Jagged Live
2008 Engineers
Telekon – Live
2009 Replicas Live[2]
2010 The Pleasure Principle Live
2011 Decoder (Live in Australia)
2012 Big Noise Transmission
2013 Machine Music Live
2016 Obsession – Live at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo
Here in the Black – Live at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
2017 Live at Hammersmith Odeon 1989
2018 Savage – Live at Brixton Academy 75
2019 When the Sky Came Down[21] 51
"—" denotes releases that failed to chart or were not released

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[3]
1982 New Man Numan: The Best of Gary Numan 45
1984 The Plan 29
1987 Exhibition 43
1990 Asyluma (released only in Japan)
1992 Isolate
1993 The Best of Gary Numan 1978–1983 70
1994 Here I Am[22]
1996 The Premier Hits 21
1997 Random (various artists covers)
1999 Nicholson / Numan 1987–1994
New Dreams for Old
2002 Disconnection
2002 Exposure 44
2003 Reconnected: Live 'n' More
2004 Resonator (Pioneer of Sound)
2019 Replicas - The First Recordings[24] 31
The Pleasure Principle - The First Recordings[25] 36
"—" denotes releases that failed to chart

Soundtrack albums[edit]

Year Album
1994 The Radial Pair: Video Soundtrack
1995 Human (with Michael R Smith)
2014 From Inside (with Ade Fenton)

Remix albums[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions
UK
[3]
1996 Techno Army Featuring Gary Numan (remix album)
1998 Random (02) (remix album)
The Mix (remix album)
2003 Hybrid (remix album) 99
2008 Jagged Edge (remix album)
2012 Dead Moon Falling (remix album)
"—" denotes releases that failed to chart

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales threshold)
Album
UK
[2][3]
US
[26]
US Dance
[27]
US
Alt.

[28]
US
Main.

[29]
CAN
[30]
IRE
[31]
AUS
[4]
NZ
[32]
1978 "That's Too Bad" (With Tubeway Army) Non album single
Later reissued on The Plan
"Bombers" With Tubeway Army)
1979 "Down in the Park" (with Tubeway Army) Replicas
"Are 'Friends' Electric?" (with Tubeway Army) 1 3 12 8
"Cars" 1 9 56 1 5 9 18 The Pleasure Principle
"Complex" 6 9
1980 "We Are Glass" 5 9 15 42 Telekon
"I Die: You Die" 6 102 16 86
"This Wreckage" 20 20
1981 "She's Got Claws" 6 12 Dance
"Stormtrooper in Drag" (with Paul Gardiner) 49 Non Album Single

Later Reissued on Dance

"Love Needs No Disguise" (with Dramatis) 33 For Future Reference
1982 "Music for Chameleons" 19 23 I, Assassin
"We Take Mystery (To Bed)" 9 26
"White Boys and Heroes" 20 14
1983 "Warriors" 20 15 Warriors
"Sister Surprise" 32 25
1984 "Berserker" 32 Berserker
"My Dying Machine" 66
1985 "Change Your Mind" (with Bill Sharpe) 17 35 22 39 Famous People (Bill Sharpe album)

Automatic (Sharpe/Numan album)

"Your Fascination" 46 The Fury
"Call Out the Dogs" 49
"Miracles" 49
1986 "I Still Remember" 74
"This Is Love" 28 Strange Charm
"I Can't Stop" 27
"New Thing from London Town" (with Bill Sharpe) 52
1987 "Cars (E Reg Model)" / "Are Friends Electric?" (remixes) 16 23 Exhibition
"Radio Heart" (with Radio Heart) 35 Radio Heart featuring Gary Numan (Radio Heart album)

Nicholson/Numan 1987 - 1994

"London Times" (with Radio Heart) 48
"All Across the Nation" (with Radio Heart) 81
1988 "New Anger" 46 Metal Rhythm
"America" 49
"No More Lies" (with Bill Sharpe) 34 Automatic
1989 "I'm on Automatic" (with Bill Sharpe) 44
1990 "Adrenalin" (with Yen) Non-album single
1991 "Heart" 43 Outland
"My World Storm US Promo Mix" 46
"Emotion" Machine + Soul
1992 "The Skin Game" 68
"Machine + Soul" 72
1993 "Cars" (1993 remix) 53 The Best of Gary Numan 1978–1983
1994 "Like a Refugee (I Won't Cry)" (with Dadadang) 78 Non Album Single

Later reissued on Nicholson/Numan 1987 - 1994

"A Question of Faith" 88 Sacrifice
1995 "Absolution" 91 Exile
1995 "Dark Light (The Live LP)" 92 Dark Light
1996 "Cars" (Premier Mix) 17 The Premier Hits
1998 "Dominion Day" 89 Exile
1999 "Cars" (With Fear Factory) 57 38 16 Obsolete (Fear Factory Album)
2002 "Rip" 29 Pure
2003 "Crazier" 13 Hybrid
2003 "Pray For You" 89 Eargasm (Plump DJs Album)
2005 "Metal" (With Afrika Bambaataa) 43 Dark Matter Moving at the Speed of Light

(Afrika Bambaataa's Album)

2006 "In a Dark Place" 63 Jagged
2007 "Healing" (with Ade Fenton) Artificial Perfect (Ade Fenton album)
"The Leather Sea" (with Ade Fenton) 72
2008 "Are 'Friends' Electric?" 146 Replicas Redux
2011 "My Machines" (with Battles) Gloss Drop (Battles album)
2012 "Petals" (With Officers) On the Twelve Thrones (Officers Album)

Dead Moon Falling

2013 "Love Hurt Bleed" [A] Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)
2014 "I Am Dust"
2017 "My Name Is Ruin" Savage (Songs from a Broken World)
"When The World Comes Apart"
"The End Of Things"
2021 "Intruder" Intruder
"I Am Screaming"
"Saints and Liars"
"Now and Forever"
"—" denotes releases that failed to chart or were not released in that territory

1"Stormtrooper in Drag" was originally a stand-alone single but has since been included as a bonus track on CD versions of Numan's 1981 album Dance as well as various Numan compilation albums.

Extended plays[edit]

  • "1978" (2/4/1983) – (12" vinyl only, reissued 1985 as 1978 Volume 1) – as Gary Numan and Tubeway Army UK #97
  • "The Peel Sessions" (-/-/1989) – as Gary Numan and Tubeway Army – 'Cars' / 'Airlane' / 'Films' / 'Me I Disconnect From You' / 'Down in the Park' / 'I Nearly Married A Human'
  • "Selection" (-/11/1989) – 'Cars ('E' Reg Extended Model)' / 'Down in the Park' / 'Are 'Friends' Electric?' / 'I Die: You Die' / 'We Are Glass' / 'Music For Chameleons'
  • "1978–79 Volume 2" (16/3/1985) – (12" vinyl only) – as Gary Numan and Tubeway Army UK #76
  • "1978–79 Volume 3" (23/3/1985) – (12" vinyl only) – as Gary Numan and Tubeway Army UK #82
  • "The Live EP" (25/5/1985) – 'Are 'Friends' Electric?' / 'Berserker' / 'Cars' / 'We Are Glass' UK #27
  • "Dream Corrosion – The Live EP" (7/8/1994) – 'Noise Noise' / 'It Must Have Been Years' / 'I'm An Agent' / 'Jo The Waiter' UK#95
  • "Dark Light – The Live EP" (21/5/1995) – 'Bleed' / 'Every Day I Die' / 'The Dream Police' / 'Listen to the Sirens' UK#92
  • "Babylon 1" (-/-/1995) – 'Berserker' / 'My Dying Machine' / 'Empty Bed, Empty Heart' / 'Here Am I' / 'She Cries' / 'Rumour'
  • "Babylon 2" (-/-/1995) – 'Your Fascination' / 'Call Out The Dogs' / 'We Need It' / 'Anthem' / 'This Ship Comes Apart' / 'Mistasax 1'
  • "Babylon 3" (-/-/1995) – 'Miracles' / 'I Still Remember' / 'The Fear (95 Remix)' / 'Puppets' / 'Tribal' / 'Shame'
  • "Babylon 4" (-/-/1995) – 'This Is Love' / 'I Can't Stop' / 'Survival' / 'Faces' / 'Time To Die' / 'Mistasax 2'
  • "Babylon 5" (-/-/1995) – 'New Anger' / 'America' / 'Heart' / 'I Don't Believe' / 'Children' / 'Icehouse' / 'Tread Careful'
  • "Babylon 6" (-/-/1995) – 'The Skin Game' / 'Emotion' / 'Dark Mountain' / 'In A Glasshouse' / 'Hanoi' / 'River'
  • "Babylon 7" (-/-/1995) – 'Machine And Soul' / 'A Question of Faith' / 'The Hauntings' / 'Metal Beat' / 'Whisper of Truth' / 'Play Like God' / 'Absolution'
  • "Dominion Day" (-/-/1998) (US only CD EP) – 'Dominion Day (Extended)' / 'Metal (20th Anniversary Version' / 'Down in the Park (20th Anniversary Version)' / 'Dominion Day (Live)' / 'Dominion Day (Video Edit)' / 'Voix (20th Anniversary Version)' / 'Dead Heaven (Extended)' / 'Cars (Live)'
  • The Babylon series are fanclub only CD EPs featuring (then) exclusive to CD 12" versions, b-sides and rare tracks. 'This Ship Comes Apart' from 1985, remains exclusive to 'Babylon 2'. Although credited as such, 'I Still Remember' was not the 12" version.
  • The Dominion Day US CD EP incorrectly lists only seven tracks and in the incorrect order.
  • The Fallen (11/9/2018) (EP complementing "Savage (Songs from a Broken World)") – 'It Will End Here' / 'The Promise' / 'If We Had Known' / 'It Will End Here' (3:48 edit – digital only)

Guest appearances[edit]

Albums and singles by other artists on which Numan appears in some form.

  • 1980 Robert Palmer: Clues (keyboards and writer, "I Dream of Wires"; co-writer, "Found You Now")
  • 1981 Claire Hamill: Ultra Violet Light (single, Numan on keyboards)
  • 1981 Nicky Robson: Stars (single, production and backing vocals)
  • 1982 Dramatis: For Future Reference (lead vocals on "Love Needs No Disguise")
  • 1982 Robert Palmer: Maybe It's Live (co-writer, "Style Kills")
  • 1984 Tik and Tok: Intolerance (backing vocals and keyboards on "Show Me Something Real") UK #89
  • 1984 Caroline Munro: Pump Me Up (single, keyboards, backing vocals, production, writer)[35]
  • 1987 Radio Heart: Radio Heart (lead vocals on three tracks) UK #35 – featuring Elton John[36]
  • 1994 Dadadang: "Like a Refugee" (lead vocals)
  • 1998 Fear Factory: Obsolete (vocals on the cover of "Cars", spoken intro of "Obsolete")
  • 1998 The High Kings of Tara: I Can't Believe It's Not Plankton (Spoken vocals by Numan and wife Gemma Webb on "Mars Is heaven")
  • 2000 The 6ths: Hyacinths and Thistles (lead vocals on "A Sailor in Love with the Sea")
  • 2000 Dubstar: The Self Same Thing EP (Lead vocals on "Redirected Mail")
  • 2003 Rico: Violent Silences (lead vocals on "Crazier")
  • 2003 Plump DJs Eargasm (lead vocals on "Pray For You") UK #89
  • 2003 Junkie XL: A Broadcast From The Computer Hell Cabin (lead vocals on "Angels")
  • 2004 Afrika Bambaataa: Dark Matter Moving at the Speed of Light (vocals on the cover of "Metal") US #43
  • 2007 Ade Fenton: Artificial Perfect (vocals on four tracks)
  • 2011 Battles "Gloss Drop" (vocals on 'My Machines').
  • 2011 South Central (band) "Society of the Spectacle" (vocals on 'Crawl').
  • 2012 The Officers: Petals (lead vocals). Featured on The Officers album "On The Twelve Thrones" and Numan's "Dead Moon Falling".
  • 2016 Titán: Dama (lead vocals on "Dark Rain").
  • 2016 The Mission: "Another Fall From Grace" (backing vocals on "Within The Deepest Darkest (Fearful)").
  • 2016 Jean-Michel Jarre: Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise (lead vocals on "Here For You").

Music videos[edit]

Year Music video Artist Album
1979 "Cars" Gary Numan The Pleasure Principle
"Complex"
"Metal"
1980 "We Are Glass" Telekon
"I Die: You Die"
"This Wreckage"
1981 "She's Got Claws" Dance
"Love Needs No Disguise" Dramatis For Future Reference
1982 "White Boys and Heroes" Gary Numan I, Assassin
"Music For Chameleons"
"We Take Mystery (To Bed)"
"We Take Mystery (To Bed)" US Promo Video
1983 "Warriors" Warriors
1984 "Berserker" Berserker
"My Dying Machine"
1985 "Change Your Mind" Sharpe/Numan Famous People (Bill Sharpe album)

Automatic (Sharpe/Numan album)

"Your Fascination" Gary Numan The Fury
"Call Out The Dogs"
"Miracles"
1986 "I Still Remember"
"This Is Love" Strange Charm
"New Thing From London Town"
"I Can't Stop"
1987 "Radio Heart" Radio Heart Radio Heart featuring Gary Numan (Radio Heart album)

Nicholson/Numan 1987 - 1994

1991 "Heart" Gary Numan Outland
"Emotion" Machine & Soul
1992 "Machine & Soul"
1994 "Like A Refugee (I Won't Cry)" Dadadang Nicholson / Numan 1987–1994
1998 "Dominion Day" Gary Numan Exile
2002 "Rip" Pure
2003 "Crazier" Hybrid
2006 "In A Dark Place" Jagged
2007 "Healing" Ade Fenton Artificial Perfect (Ade Fenton album)
2011 "The Fall" Gary Numan Dead Son Rising
"My Machine" Battles Gloss Drop (Battles album)
2012 "Petals" Officers On the Twelve Thrones (Officers Album)

Dead Moon Falling (Gary Numan Album)

2013 "Love Hurt Bleed" Gary Numan Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)
2014 "I Am Dust" (Logan Owlbeemoth Edit)
"I Am Dust"
2017 "Dark Rain" Titán Dama (Titán album)
"My Name Is Ruin" Gary Numan Savage (Songs From A Broken World)
"The End of Things"
"When the World Comes Apart"
2021 "Intruder" Intruder
"Saints and Liars"

Video releases[edit]

Year Album Peak chart
positions
UK
1979 The Touring Principle '79
  • Released:
  • Label: Mortal Music
  • Format: VHS
1
1982 Micromusic
  • Released:
  • Label: Mortal Music
  • Format: VHS
1
Newman Numan The Best of Gary Numan
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: VHS
1
1985 The Berserker Tour
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: VHS
2
1990 The Skin Mechanic
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: VHS
20
1994 Dream Corrosion
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: VHS
Shadow Man
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: VHS
2004 Hope Bleeds
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
2005 Fragment 1/04 – Birmingham Academy Live [2004]
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
Fragment 2/04 – Shepherds Bush Empire Live [2004]
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
2007 Jagged Live
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
2008 Cold Warning
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD; expanded version of The Berserker Tour
Telekon Live
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
2009 Replicas Live
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
3
Conversation: The Pleasure Principle Tour 2009 DVD Programme
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
2010 The Pleasure Principle Live
  • Released:
  • Label: Mortal Music
  • Format: DVD
2011 Decoder
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
2012 Machine Music
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
Big Noise Transmission
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
2013 Machine Music Live
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD
Splintered – The Making of Splinter
  • Released:
  • Label:
  • Format: DVD

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Love Hurt Bleed" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 15 on the UK Rock & Metal Singles Chart.[34]

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