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  • nospr

    I like all my Gary Numan albums under one artist for organizing purposes.

    November 2012
  • incultojurgis

    You do actually realise Tubeway Army had in on this ¬_¬

    April 2012
  • eusa_kills

    I tagged it as Gary Numan & Tubeway Army (because I have the Redux edition) - corrected it to Tubeway Army. Now I'm tempted to change it to Gary Numan. Sometimes I hate you

    November 2011
  • HELl0S

    How you dare!!! XD!!!

    April 2011
  • DaVince

    Hey, why is the correct album cover not here? Do I really need to tag this as dual-artist? Does it really even matter in such a corner case? I want to see a proper album cover in my music player, not's "tag properly" thingy when the artist is, in fact, correct.

    January 2011
  • Sosen

    I tag it as Gary Numan. It's impossible for me not to see this album as part of Gary Numan's body of work. Besides, I don't see anyone except him on that album cover, and the CD liner notes are basically all about Numan. Sorry, Tubeway Army, there's no room in this world for you. (Maybe a little bit of room on

    August 2010

    ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡me encanta,soy maxi-fan de sta canción!!!!!!!!!

    January 2010
  • iaiafhtagn

    I wish I could decide. I've always had this album under Gary Numan, and the rest of the Tubeway Army stuff under Tubeway Army. Why I can't deal with moving Replicas to Tubeway Army is beyond me. I sometimes think that it's because Numan wrote and produced Replicas, but then again, he wrote and produced most (if not all) of the other Tubeway Army material also... If only they would have at least put a picture of the other band members on the jacket of this one...

    September 2009
  • DaveeBoy2109

    Yup - it WAS released as Tubeway Army and I still have the original vinyl. Saw him in Sydney a few weeks ago, first time in 25 years and the man still rocks. As big a poser as ever :)

    March 2009
  • Ensor

    No, it was originally just "Tubeway Army" - I have both albums on vinyl dowstairs.... Beggar's Banquet only later started labelling them as "Tubeway Army feat. Gary Numan" to cash in on his "solo" success.

    June 2008
  • nearfield

    In the beginning it was Tubeway Army featuring Gary Numan. He later decided to just go with Gary Numan when he released the Pleasure Principle. His band line up was the same he just stopped calling them Tubeway Army.

    April 2008
  • maddsurgeon

    Um? Somebody needs to check their tags...this album was released under Tubeway Army.

    December 2007
  • nearfield

    Gary Numan is my number 1 influence. The man is, and always will be amazing

    June 2007