Safety in Numbers is the second studio album by American electronica musician & percussionist David Van Tieghem, released in 1987. Tony Levin, the longtime bassist for King Crimson, plays Chapman Stick on track 4. Safety in Numbers' music has been described as a "downtown" mix of pop, new-age, percussion music and electronic music.
All music composed by David Van Tieghem.
- "Galaxy" - 5:06
- "Thunder Lizard" - 5:00
- "Crystals" - 5:04
- "Night of the Cold Noses" - 5:10
- "Futures" - 4:54
- "All Safe" - 5:49
- "Skeleton Key" - 4:23
- "Clear" - 4:31
- "Deep Sky" - 2:43
- "A Wing and a Prayer" - 3:34
- Rebecca Armstrong: Vocals, Voices.
- Roma Baran: Producer.
- Knut Bohn: Assistant Engineer.
- Jo Bonney: Cover Design
- Bill Buchen: Percussion, Drums, Design.
- Paula Court: Photography.
- Sara Cutler: Harp.
- Derek Davis: Assistant Engineer.
- Barbara de Mauro: Assistant Engineer.
- Laura Demme: Vocals, Design
- Deborah Feingold: Photography.
- Robbie Kilgore: Additional Synth Programming
- Richard Landry: Flute.
- Dave Lebolt: Organ, Synthesizer, Keyboards, Realization.
- Tony Levin: Stick, Chapman Stick.
- Eric Liljestrand: Guitar, Programming, Engineer, E-Bow.
- Bob Ludwig: Mastering.
- Tatsuhiko Mori: Computers.
- Ryuichi Sakamoto: Synthesizer.
- Larry Saltzman: Guitar.
- Clive Smith: Programming.
- Howard Sochurek: Processing.
- Ned Sublette: Pedal Steel, Guitar (Steel).
- "Blue" Gene Tyranny: Piano.
- Leanne Ungar: Engineer, Mixing.
- David Van Tieghem: Piano, Cymbals, Drums, Gong, Marimba, Vocals, Multi Instruments, Producer.
- Richard J. Van Tieghem: Shortwave Radio.