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9 thoughts on “ Please Push No More - Gary Numan - Telekon (Cassette, Album)

  1. all songs written by Gary Numan produced by Gary Numan no longer in my collection highs - This Wreckage, Telekon, Remind Me to Smile, I Die: You Die, I'm an Agent, I Dream of Wires, Please Push No More, The Joy Circuit lows - none like this, go for: Replicas, The Pleasure Principle, Living Ornaments '
  2. Gary Numan: Either brilliant or just plain clever Telekon is as bonafide as it gets. He refused to follow the Cars formulagreat song by the way and just forged ahead with whatever his musical mind was digesting at the time.
  3. Telekon is the second solo studio album by English musician Gary Numan. It debuted at the top of the UK Albums Chart in September , making it his third consecutive No. 1 album. Telekon was also the third and final studio release of what Numan retrospectively termed the "machine" section of his career, following 's Replicas and The /5(43).
  4. 2nd album from Gary Numan under his own name (1st 2 were Tubeway Army) released genre Synthpop. Rated out of 10 by Pitchfork Media and 8 out of 10 by Spin magazine. Reached No.1 in the UK.
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Telekon by Gary Numan Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. 'Please push no more' As a conclusion to verse one: Fame presents its pressure - - - VERSE 2: REAL LIFE/ TRUE LOVE - - - 6. 'Now it's all over for sure, I'll walk back home, we must all come down', After the end of a concert: The anti-climactic episode after being on stage: A transition from public persona (fame) to private REFLECTION upon life.
  7. Editors’ Notes After becoming a worldwide star with the punchy, synth-driven rock of 's The Pleasure Principle, Gary Numan moved in a subtler, more "mature" direction on his next outing, corpinscontranikiholxioudeppherabu.coinfo its predecessor wasn't exactly a party album, Telekon is full of moodiness and melancholy, but just as abundant in melody. While tunes like "I Dream of Wires" continue Numan.
  8. These 15 tracks, eight drawn from 's Telekon, seven from 's I, Assassin, don't even represent the very best of the original albums -- the U.K. hit "White Boys and Heroes," significant as the solo Numan's last-but-one Top 20 chart entry, is a conspicuous absentee, while "I Dream of Wires" is quite simply one of the greatest things Numan.
  9. Musicians: Gary Numan Telekon is the most interesting album I think His fourth album, Telekon, initially appeared to be a relative of Replicas, an album that had been based around an unpublished SF-novel Numan had written influenced by those usual suspects. and Please Push No More, and the closer, The Joy Circuit. The latter is quite.

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