Great live performance for all analog lovers!
Moog Minimoog Polymoog & ARP Odyssey performed by Tubeway Army. Tubeway Army (1976–1979) was a London-based punk rock and new wave band led by lead singer Gary Numan. Tubeway Army was the first band of the post-punk era to have a synthesiser-based hit, with the single “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?” and its parent album, Replicas, topping the UK Album Chart in mid 1979. Gary Numan was the driving force of the band, writing the material and producing the recordings. Subsequent albums were issued under his own name once the album Replicas became successful. Gardiner, Sharpley, and Payne continued as his backing band for some years. Gardiner died from a drug overdose in February 1984. Numan’s personal tribute to his former cohort was the song “A Child with the Ghost”, on the album Berserker (1984).