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Adam Locks meets Gary at his home in Sussex to discuss his electro past and his industrial present.

Gary, can we start by talking about your love of flying because, in many ways, it links into the music and the ups and downs of your career. Do you fly still?

Gary Numan “No.”

I didn’t know you’d stopped flying.

GN: “Well, yeah, temporarily. The sort of flying I used to do – for years – was air display flying; aerobatics and all that sort of stuff. That petered out. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, It got harder and harder to find work for the aeroplane. So many people did it, and so many different kinds of aeroplanes came into it, that my aeroplane became less and less desirable.”

It was a World War 2 plane?

GN: “Yeah, a Harvard. There were other people with them. The thing which really spoilt it for us was that there were a number of people who came into the air show scene who – without trying to be cruel – weren’t particularly good. The aerobatics were poor, My Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) experience, if they did any at all; their formation flying was iffy at best, but they were very, very cheap. They did it for the fun of it, for the laugh of it, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. Well, we were a slightly more professional outfit. We got paid for it. The reason that we were so good is because we practiced constantly. It cost a fortune to be in the air, so we needed the money for the air shows to make it work. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, But then some guy from down the road with his little Harvard – unlike us who’d need X amount of money – and wanted a laugh and to impress his girlfriend for the afternoon says, “I’ll come along for nothing”. So, you’re buggered. And more and more of that sort of thing crept in to it. There were other reasons, but anyway, it all petered out a little bit. Then my close friend who I flew with was killed in a crash at Goodwood in a Spitfire a few years back and that was the end of it.”

Your flying buddy, Lee, his dad died as well, didn’t he?

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Did your girlfriend dump you after that?

GN: “Well, when flying I wasn’t telling her that we’re in a grave situation. I just let her think that it was a nice low level whiz along – which she did. She thought it was all very exciting; so did I, but for different reasons.”

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GN: “No, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. My life now is a father to three. I drive a big white American van with three kids in the back who just want to watch ‘Finding Nemo’ on DVD all of the time.”

So I’m presuming a big reason you don’t fly anymore is because of the obvious danger factor which you’ve been talking about.

GN: “Part of it, yeah.”

I went to the Shoreham air show last year and there was a fatality. Some guy crashed his World War II fighter into one of the playing fields at Lancing College.

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Did you ever get to fly a Spitfire?

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Did you ever seriously consider leaving the music career behind?

GN: “I thought it was going to happen for me or to me. There was one point in the early nineties – I put out a single called ‘Absolution’ – it sold less than the first single I put out when I was a complete unknown, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. That’s as grim as you can get and I thought I was finished. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) schedule, My albums had become increasingly poor. I sort of gave up of any ideas of trying to resurrect the career, of getting back on the radio, getting a record contract – I gave up on all that. I went back to doing music as a hobby. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I didn’t know if I’d ever get another deal. I was going to try because I hadn’t ‘given up’ giving up. Essentially, it just went back to doing it for the love of doing it. I realised that when I did that, I hadn’t been doing it for that reason for quite some time. I’d been trying to resurrect the career and it had been about getting something back. Therefore, you’re not writing from the heart; you’re writing as part of a process, as a plan; you’re writing things that you think will get you on radio, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. It’s bizarre, because that is a classic example of selling out – that phrase that gets thrown at you all the time.”

Yes, you’ve been accused of that for much of your career.

GN: “Yeah, I got accused of selling out when ‘Our Friends Electric’ got to number one. I wrote it when I was an unknown. It’s the most unlikely single you’re ever going to hear and yet I’ve sold out because, all of a sudden, it’s sold loads of copies, where can i order Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) without prescription. That’s ridiculous. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, You sell out in later years when you start writing stuff which you don’t think is particularly great or at least not where your heart is because you want to get back to where you once were. That’s selling out. I did, eventually, but twelve years after they said I did.”

Well, you have had an amazing renaissance in recent years…

GN: “Well, it’s part going back to music as a hobby. When you do it as a hobby with no commercial ambitions or anything else in mind, you’re kind of freed of any pressure. It felt to me like my imagination had been crushed by pressure. I got safer and safer and more and more predictable, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. As soon as that’s lifted, you suddenly start finding that you’re interested in what you do again. I got interested again. I got interested in other things apart from how frightened I was about my career. You suddenly realise that you’ve got yourself in such a rut.”

Do you also think that, as you had success at such a young age, burnout and loss of creativity was inevitable?

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Psychologically, that must be very difficult to cope with.

GN: “Yes, it can be. But that’s where I think one of my key strengths lie. I’ve got two key strengths, I think, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. One of them is that I’m crushed by nothing. No matter how bad things are, I turn that into ammunition; I turn it into anger or into a desire for vengeance; not all healthy, but none the less, it drives you. I’ve got friends around me who are very different from that. One friend in particular who makes his demos and sends them off, when he gets rejected, his world comes apart. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I just get pissed off and it makes me work even harder. I go straight back in the studio and I think, rx free Isimoxin (Amoxicillin), “Fuck you, you cheeky little nasty letter. No need for that”. And I get really angry about it and I see that as a strength. It’s got me out of trouble so many times and I’ve never been demoralised or put off for more than a few minutes at a time.”

When was the most difficult and trying period for you?

GN: “The most difficult period was the late 80s/early 90s.”

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GN: “But I suppose if you’ve got something else to do. John had other things he could do which were also creative. In a sense, he had somewhere to go. I’m a one trick pony. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I’ve got nowhere to go. There was a point one I considered, like my brother, getting commercial license and thinking I should do that. Grab what little bit of money I had left and fly because the music business seemed to be finished.”

Have you always been someone who has looked for a high - I’m thinking here of the flying and the career as a rock star?

GN: “I don’t know if it’s about adrenaline, to be honest.”

You always look very happy on stage. You always look like you’re enjoying yourself.

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You race cars?

GN: “I’ve dabbled from time to time. I did a TV show a while back for Sky called ‘The Race’.”

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GN: “I won the championship; I just didn’t win the final.”

That was Brian Johnson from AC/DC.

GN: “Yeah, well he won two races and I won two, though he won the final.”

Did you get a trophy?

GN: Yes, I got two. I’ll go and get them [Gary goes into another room, then returns with the trophy cups].”

Are you ever tempted to have a drink out of that?

GN: “No. anyway, the instructor who taught us on the programme said that I had an analytical mind and could do this compartmentalising thing. I could break the whole racing process – for example going round a corner – into sections and I don’t mean laboriously, I mean in seconds. I was the only person racing the whole week that didn’t spin off. I did win on the overall leader board and I got one of the trophies for that.”

Have you ever been on ‘Top Gear’ to do the celebrity laps?

GN: “No and it’s a real source of agitation to me.”

You could win it.

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Have you met him?

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When you think of some of the odd choice of celebrities they’ve had in the past…

GN: “They do have some big people so I can understand that I might not be famous enough.”

There’s probably going to be another series so maybe we should work on a petition.

GN: “Keep trying.”

Let’s move on. Going back to your early career, apparently your merging of synths and guitars was heavily influenced by Ultravox’s album, ‘Systems of Romance’. How important were Ultravox for you in the early days?

GN: “Primary. There have been two pivotal bands I would say. Ultravox would be the first one and Dépêche Mode would be the other from 1993 with ‘Songs of Faith and Devotion’.”

I didn’t realise they were such an influence on your later work.

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GN: “Yes, that was Billy Currie. I loved how the violin worked in Ultravox. They set the standard that I was always trying to reach, but never felt that I did although I had more success than them, especially compared to the band in the early days, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. There were plenty of people doing electronic music – especially after I’d come along. People often lumbered me and Kraftwerk together and that’s very misguided. Kraftwerk were purely electronic. I never was. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I did a really safe thing in a way: I just tagged the synthesizer to a regular rock/guitar band. You know, guitar/bass/drums/singer and – oh – synthesizer. I loved it and I thought that was my future; it was a primary instrument, I suppose. Nonetheless, I added it to a professional line-up which is what Ultravox did. They had a very professional line-up, but the emphasis being on the electronic part of it.”

Did you ever see them live?

GN: “Loads of times. I probably saw them ten times.”

Apparently Paul Weller was a big fan as well.

GN: “Really?”

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GN: “I failed an audition for The Jam.”

Did you?

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Were you gutted. Thank god you didn’t get into the band.

GN: “No, I didn’t want to be in a band that had clean guitars. I don’t like jangly.”

I just can’t imagine you in The Jam. That would have been so wrong in so many ways.

GN: “Imagine me and Paul Weller trying to get on.”

He’s well-known for being awkward.

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I like the story of how you discovered a Moog synthesizer while working in the studio during the making of ‘Replicas’.

GN: “Actually, I used one before that. I’d gone into the studio to make a punk album at a studio called Spaceward in Cambridge. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I’d done a few demos there before so I knew the place. This Minimoog had been left behind by a band and was waiting to be collected by a hire company. They let me have a go on it and it was a Eureka moment. After Isimoxin (Amoxicillin), So, instead of leaving with a punk album, I came away with this pseudo-electronic thing.”

You couldn’t play it at the time, could you?

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Was that the setting which gave you that distinctive sound?

GN: “There was a high string sound which was a Polymoog – that was the Vox Humana preset – I didn’t even create it. Shame that. The other was just a low Moog sound which did everything; actually, that’s a lie because then I met Billy Currie and he turned me on to the ARP Odyssey.”

Do you have any of these synths lying around?

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I’m surprised you’re not nostalgic at all for those instruments.

GN: “Except for my guitar. My guitar I love. It’s been with me at every show I’ve ever done except when it’s been broken. It’s been smashed almost to destruction three times and I’ve had it rebuilt. There’s carbon fibre in it now to hold it together, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. It’s brilliant. It still works.”

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But then again you’ve got Billy Currie who said that the experience of playing his ARP was so intense, he almost felt like fucking it. So, some keyboardists are very connected to their synths.

GN: “I’ve never had it.”

You never wanted to do that to your ARP?

GN: “No.”

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Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, You’re very different from many musicians who used those synths in the 70s/80s who are very nostalgic and glassy-eyed about those instruments.

GN: “Well, I was there when that was all we had. I got the best out of them as far as I was concerned – all I wanted out of them anyway and then moved on to things that were more advanced, better, easier.”

You don’t seem nostalgic at all.

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Therefore I presume you get a bit irritated by some people asking that you make your music sound like it did in the past.

GN: “Doing that Replicas tour this year was a real case of humble pie because I’ve been so vocal about being anti-nostalgic, but it was my 30th anniversary and I was 50. It was the album which started it all. It all kind of made sense as an idea, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. Then I get there and I’m doing it and I’m on stage and I’m thinking, ‘Fuck me. I don’t want to be doing this,’. I really didn’t. I had loads and loads of arguments with Gemma and the band all the way through it. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, They were saying, “It’s brilliant. That was a really good gig and everybody’s going mad”. By the end of the tour I’d accepted my lot. I’d never stand on stage and let people know that I’m not enjoying it.”

You hid it well.

GN: “Yeah. Towards the end of the tour, I was enjoying it for what it was. I’d accepted it and kind of got use to the idea, but I hate nostalgia with a passion, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. Perhaps I hate it too much. Perhaps I’m a bit over the top in how much I hate nostalgia and, to a degree, Discount Isimoxin (Amoxicillin), I’ve denied my own history in an attempt to move away from any ‘80s label or association.”

While I can appreciate what you’re doing now, I have to admit I mourn you not wanting to revisit your electronic past a little more.

GN: “When I came out with ‘Our Friends Electric’ I was quite clearly coming at it from a different creative point of view or process than other people at the time. So, I came into it as an innovative person with a different kind of music; for example, the song was too long, it’s got no chorus, you can’t dance to it – everything about it was wrong as far as a single was concerned. I emerged as a left-field kind of artist so I would of assumed that I would be expected to carry on doing that. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, Each album will be another exploration of something else and yet you come along and people think you’re going to write ‘Cars’ for the rest of your life. Why would someone who is genuinely regarded as being quite innovative and so on, suddenly stop. A moment of success and you stop and you sit there and be safe. But why. I’ve got no excitement in that. There’s no challenge, no satisfaction in any of that, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. I didn’t get any satisfaction from that ‘Replicas’ tour at all.”

That’s pretty brave - you could easily sit on your laurels a bit and do tour after tour of ‘Replicas’, ‘Telekon’ etc.

GN: “I’ve got heavy pressure to do ‘Pleasure Principle’ next year because Beggars are releasing the album again.”

Will you do a tour for that album?

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One way of taking the pressure off would by releasing the DVDs of those early 80s tours.

GN: “The one we have is Wembley which is 81.”

So is that going to be released?

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But in terms of retro-tours, that’s it?

GN: “For the time being.”

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What’s interesting as well is that you’re very publically an atheist I was wondering when you lost your faith or did you never have any to start with? Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, GN: “I never had it. I went to grammar school. I was quite bright when I was a kid. So I passed my 11+, went off to grammar school and, I think it was in my second year, I got my mum and dad to write the school a latter that I didn’t believe in anything. I didn’t want to do anything religious. I didn’t want to learn about God, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. I thought it a complete waste of my time. To the school’s credit, they went with it. I avoided religious instruction my entire time at grammar school until I got expelled.”

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How does the asthism fit in your music because, obviously, your music has become increasingly dark?

GN: “It’s a fascinating subject to write about, I’ve got to say that, so it’s almost an easy option in a way. On a day to day basis, there are so many ways in which it flares up in my mind as being ridiculous and dangerous. It’s an incredibly dangerous thing.”

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Does that mean the next album will also be driven by themes around religion or anti-religion?

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Is it the fear of not existing?

GN: “I’m more frightened about becoming incapacitated, some illness that flaws you and then you’re living your life in misery and relying on other people, yet those other people just want you to die because you’re such a pain.”

Yet the fear of being dead is deeply irrational because, obviously, it’s not something you’re going to experience after the event.

GN: “Then again, now I’ve got children – and I love Jemma more than I can say – the thought of not being there, of not seeing things… the song ‘Scanner’ was meant to be a beautiful song about my family, but it ended up being not quite right; it’s about coming back as a ghost and haunting them, not in a horrible way, but trying to protect them even though I’m dead. There is so much I want to see that makes me not want to die.”

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So music is a kind of therapy for you.

GN: “Absolutely and that’s why I’ve never felt the need for therapy.”

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Moving on, some journalists have said that whereas punk was always against the system, synth-pop was much more behind Thatcherism, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. You’re often cited as an example of this. Your parents invested money into your career; you used various members of your family for your music business (a bit like Paul Weller in that respect); your invested profits from your music into a number of business ventures; and as you said in 1979: “Originally I wanted to be famous like I wanted to breathe. Now I just want to be rich”. Any comment on the young Numan of that period?

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Was that something to do with your slightly different mental wiring?

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Did people make unpleasant comments at you in the street?

GN: “Oh man, it was fucking horrible. That’s why famous people don’t walk down high streets because they get verbally battered.”

Was this something you were experiencing as far back as 79?

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That’s shocking. Did those sorts of events help your decision to retire from the industry at only 23?

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Besides Ultravox, who else did you think should have had more success?

GN: “Well, Ultravox was the main one.”

I presume you’re talking about John Foxx with Ultravox rather than the Midge Ure with the band?

GN: “Fuck, yes. There is no other Ultravox as far as I’m concerned.”

You didn’t like Ultravox with Midge?

GN : “‘Vienna’ is alright. I just don’t like Midge Ure.”

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Did you ever confront him about it?

GN: “I’ve never seen him.”

You’ve never met him?

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To be fair to Billy Currie and John Foxx, they were both very complimentary about you in previous interviews with Beatmag.

GN: “That’s nice. I was also really close friends with Warren Cann [drummer with Ultravox] for years. Lovely guy.”

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You never labelled yourself a New Romantic, did you?

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It sounds like the AA. Did you meet Adam Ant?

GN: “Yeah, in the studio. Adam Ant said that I was the only one who said anything nice to him. Everyone else slagged him off. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, He said it was lovely when he got a telegram from me, so he felt he had to come down to say thank you.”

Obviously you look fantastic for 50 years of age, but is there going to be cut-off point sometime in the future when you say, I really should stop the career now?

GN: “I always thought there was and I used to think that I would have stopped long before now. I’m aging OK actually, but I am very aware of looks. If there comes a point where I feel embarrassed – when I’m too old to be sneering and talking about certain things – then I honestly don’t know what I’ll do. I would hope that I’d have the backbone to say, that’s probably enough now. But what I imagine what I’ll do is go to a plastic surgeon and try to hang on to another five years.”

Would you?

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Someone you’ve been mentioning – John Foxx – has also kept the career going successfully, although on a smaller scale than you.

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Yet he never wanted that.

GN: “Did he not?”

No. He walked away from Ultravox partly because he felt that were on the verge of fame.

GN: “That’s an admirable thing. I just wanted fame more than breathing.”

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GN: “It’s lovely. If you think about it, I’ve been famous thirty years so if I meet anyone thirty or under, I’ve been famous throughout their entire life. So, there’s no hostility there. I’m kind of an institution for people thirty and below. For the next generation above that – from forty to fifty – I’ve been around so long, that they can’t remember when I wasn’t around. The hostility comes, the real problems come, when you first become famous, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. People are aware that your life has changed fairly dramatically. People assume that you’ve suddenly got pot-loads of money which you haven’t – it takes a while. They assume that there are women draped across you on every street corner and are prepared to do whatever you want; again, not quite true, but there is certainly an improvement, and yet it’s not what they think. They think that everyone falls over for you when, in reality, the vast majority of people didn’t buy your record and actually don’t like you. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, ‘Are Friends Electric’ was massively successful. It sold a million copies, so 59 million didn’t buy it, but they all know who you are. Quite a few of those 59 million want to tell you that they don’t like you and that they didn’t buy your record, especially when they’re pissed. So, you go out to some place in an evening which you’ve rented before with people that have know you for years. All of a sudden, you’re not wanted. You’re, presumably, a threat, because they want to pick up that bird at the bar and she’ll probably go with you because you’re a pop star, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. They’re jealous because you’ve got money which you didn’t have the month before. Very quickly you realise that you cannot carry on as you once did. Then you’re called elitist because you don’t go the same placed that you used to.”

That’s the frightening downside of fame.

GN: “Oh yeah.”

But what’s it like now?

GN: “That’s all faded away now. I can’t remember that last time anyone was angry or offensive.”

Talking to you today, you come across as very much ‘the glass is half empty’ type of person.

GN: “The glass is half empty, but I expect it to be fuller soon. Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale, I think it’s vital to be truthful, realist, and honest with yourself with a career. Don’t delude yourself that you’re bigger than you are. Don’t pretend you’re what you used to be if you’re not because you then can’t make the right decisions.”

Related to that then, are you a firm believer that you’re only as good as your last album, so tell me about the next album and what direction that’s going to take?

GN: “It’s going to be called ‘Splinter’ and it’ll come out in March, hopefully, next year. I want it to be bigger, heavier, and darker than the last one. We’re just done a thing with ‘Jagged Edge’ where we’ve taken all the songs from the last album and reworked them in different directions. The thing about working at the more high end of technology and music – with a computer and 25,000 plug-ins – is that you can go in a number of different directions, Isimoxin (Amoxicillin) For Sale. One of the disciplines when you first start to make the record is to pin down that style, that sound for this album, the boundaries if you like; that sounds like a limiting thing, but it isn’t at all: it gives it definition and a cohesive sound. It’s an important thing to establish. With ‘Jagged Edge’, we’ve taken the music in different directions and established different sounds for them to show people what you can do. What we were doing was experimenting with new sounds and new grooves with the long term goal of using what we learn for this for the ‘Splinter’ album.”

Thanks, Gary.


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