If nothing else - "The Pleasure Principle" is certainly something of a curios relic, coming from the earliest days of the British "New Wave" movement in pop music history.
Originally from London, England - (singer/songwriter/keyboardist) Gary Numan was greatly influenced by Kraftwerk.
Released in 1979 - "The Pleasure Principle" was Numan's solo debut album. Its music is a creative mix of such genres as electronic, industrial, and synth-pop.
Containing 17 tracks in all (7 of which are bonus, live tracks) - This CD is certainly worth a listen for anyone interested in the new wave era of pop music.
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