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Download links and information about Replicas by Tubeway Army. This album was released in 1979 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:10:07 minutes.

Artist: Tubeway Army
Release date: 1979
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:10:07
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No. Title Length
1. Me! I Disconnect from You (featuring Gary Numan) 3:22
2. Are "Friends" Electric? (featuring Gary Numan) 5:25
3. The Machman (featuring Gary Numan) 3:08
4. Praying to the Aliens (featuring Gary Numan) 4:00
5. Down in the Park (featuring Gary Numan) 4:24
6. You Are in My Vision (featuring Gary Numan) 3:14
7. Replicas (featuring Gary Numan) 5:00
8. It Must Have Been Years (featuring Gary Numan) 4:02
9. When the Machines Rock (featuring Gary Numan) 3:15
10. I Nearly Married a Human (featuring Gary Numan) 6:31
11. Do You Need the Service? (featuring Gary Numan) 3:39
12. The Crazies (featuring Gary Numan) 2:54
13. Only a Downstat (featuring Gary Numan) 3:36
14. We Have a Technical (featuring Gary Numan) 8:04
15. We Are So Fragile (featuring Gary Numan) 2:55
16. I Nearly Married a Human 2 (featuring Gary Numan) 6:38



By the release of their second album, Replicas, Gary Numan was the undisputed focal point and leader of icy electro-punkers Tubeway Army. And the move proved to be massively successful back home in the U.K., where both the album and the single "Are 'Friends' Electric?" topped the charts. The band had made a conscious effort to streamline the sound heard on its 1978 self-titled debut — the distorted guitar riffs were played on Moog synthesizers instead, and Numan had perfected his faux-space-age persona. And the paranoia that is very evident in the lyrics and vocals on Numan's next release, The Pleasure Principle, can be detected on Replicas. Another near-perfect album by the band, highlights are many — "Me! I Disconnect from You," "The Machman," "You Are in My Vision," and one of the most underrated new wave/synth-driven compositions of the whole era, the chilling ballad "Down in the Park." And out of all the Gary Numan/Beggars Banquet reissues, Replicas contains the strongest bonus tracks, such as never heard outtakes from the recording sessions, including "The Crazies," "Only a Downstat," and the B-side to the original "Are 'Friends' Electric?" single, "We Are So Fragile." [Note: In addition to bonus tracks, all of the Gary Numan/Begggars Banquet re-releases contain classic photographs and informative liner notes by Numan biographer Steve Malins.]