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Gary Numan documentary

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oxblood
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Gary Numan documentary

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I've just finished watching "Gary Numan : Android in La-La Land" on BBC4 - a very intimate, in-depth portrait of GN, his family life, career ups and downs, and the work involved in creating his first album for a decade. I don't think I've watched anything about GN that's as genuinely absorbing, informative and downright funny as this. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and would recommend it, even for those who aren't necessarily Numan fans. Catch it at 2.10am tonight or on the iPlayer.
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Post by redroque »

I saw him in 1980 at Hammersmith. Great gig!
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Post by oxblood »

A perfect excuse to roll out one of my favourite moments... :cool:

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Post by RichardH »

All hail the Boosh!!

My son and his friend used to do a mean crimp.
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!
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