sábado, 14 de abril de 2012

Gary Numan Sng 1979 Cars

Cars is a 1979 song by Gary Numan, and was released as a single from the album The Pleasure Principle (1979). It reached the top of the charts in several countries, and today is considered a New Wave staple. In the UK charts, it reached number 1 in 1979. The song was the first release credited solely to Gary Numan after he dropped the band name Tubeway Army, with which he had released four singles and two LPs, including the number one UK hit Are 'Friends' Electric?, and its parent album, Replicas. Musically, the new song was somewhat lighter and more pop-oriented than its predecessors.

Cars is based on two musical sections: a verse/instrumental break and a bridge. The recording features a conventional rock rhythm section of bass guitar and drums, although the rest of the instruments used are analog synthesizers, principally the Minimoog and the Polymoog keyboard, providing austere synthetic string lines over the bass riff. The bridge section also includes a tambourine part. Numan's vocal part is sung in an almost expressionless, robotic style.

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Gary Numan Sng 1979 Cars

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