Numb (band)

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Numb
Origin Vancouver, BC, Canada
Genres Electro-Industrial
Years active 1986–2000
Labels Metropolis Records
Zoth Ommog
Re-Constriction Records
Kk Records
Lively Art
Edge Records
Burning Records
Associated acts Halo Gen, Sin, Downtime, Proof By Nine, Images in Vogue
Members Don Gordon
Past members David Collings
Blair Dobson
David Hall
Conan Hunter
Sean Stubbs

Numb was an electro-industrial band that was based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It was founded by Don Gordon, David Hall and Sean Stubbs in 1986. Following his Suspended single, Gordon retired the project and moved to Vietnam to live with his wife. He is the head of the Design program at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Vietnam) and teaching a whole generation of multi-media students.[1]

Members[edit]

  • Don Gordon – Producing

Past members[edit]

  • David Collings – Vocals (1995–2000)
  • Blair Dobson – Vocals (1989–1991)
  • David Hall – Keyboards, Programming (1986–1991)
  • Conan Hunter – Vocals, Programming (1992–1994)
  • Sean Stubbs (Sean St.Hubbs) – Vocals, Drums, Percussion (1986–1988), Live Drums (1994–1995, 1998)

Discography[edit]

Full length albums and EPs[edit]

  • Numb (1988)
  • Christmeister (1989)
  • Bliss (single) (1991)
  • Death on the Installment Plan (1993)
  • Wasted Sky (1994)
  • Fixate (EP) (1995)
  • Koro (Live in Japan) (1996)
  • Blood Meridian (album) (1997)
  • Blind (single) (1997)
  • Language of Silence (1998)
  • Suspended (single) (1998)

Compilation appearances[edit]

  • "Eugene (Pickaxe Mix by Pig and Andrew Burton)" on Funky Alternatives Vol. 6 Concrete (1991)
  • "Curse (Metastsizing Dub)" on Electro-Genetic KK (1993)
  • "Shithammer (Dread & Bled)" on Moonraker Off Beat (1993)
  • "Blue Light, Black Candle (live)" on Celtic Circle Sampler #2 (1994)
  • "Ratblast (Compressed & Distressed)" on The Digital Space Between Hard (1994)
  • "Decay of the Angel" on Body Rapture Vol. 4 Zoth Ommog (1994)
  • cover of Salt-n-Pepa's "Push It" on Operation Beatbox Reconstriction (1996)
  • "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" on TV Terror: Felching a Dead Horse Reconstriction (1997)
  • "Blind (Hyper-dilated) on Electronic Lust, Vol. 1 Orkus (1998)
  • "Desire (Protean)" on The O-Files Vol. 3 Off Beat (1998)
  • "Desire (Prelude and Nocturne)" on The O-Files Vol. 3 Off Beat (1998)
  • "Blind (Mentallo Mix)" on The O-Files Vol. 3 Off Beat (1998)
  • "Blood (Crash & Bleed Edit)" on Electropolis, Vol. 1 Metropolis (1998)
  • cover of the theme from "Suspiria" on Electronic Lust Orkus (1999)
  • "Half-Life" on Septic Vol. 1 Dependent (1999)
  • "Respect" on Electro Club Attack-Shot 2 XXC (1999)
  • "Static" on Electropolis, Vol. 2 Metropolis (2000)
  • "Deviation" on Orgazma Tracks Vol. 3 Alter Ego (2001)

Side projects[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ where is NUMB (don gordon) - SIDE-LINE.COM

External links[edit]