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Jess Lidyard is the former drummer of Tubeway Army. He is bandleader Gary Numan's uncle, and played on the band's self-titled debut album and on the highly successful Replicas, which featured the hit "Are 'Friends' Electric?". He is the long-time drummer of the Windsor band Brock and the Badgers.
When Numan became highly popular in 1979, Lidyard turned down the chance to continue playing with him. However, he appeared on the song "Moral" on Numan's 1981 album, Dance and the song "The Need" on the 1986 album, Strange Charm.
- "Windsor's finest blues-rock band". Brock and the Badgers. Retrieved 2011-10-21.
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