Their first single was Ex Luna Scientia which used heavily processed vocals and (probably) a vocoder to hide the fact that there wasn’t a natural lead vocalist or charismatic frontman. The record has an almost prog rock feel, which isn’t a bad thing in my book (more on that in a later blog). Whatever you thought of the record, and I thought it was excellent, you had to give them credit for not just cashing in on Gary Numans signature sound.
The same couldn’t really be said for the follow up Oh! Twenty Twenty Five which, while not terrible, sounds like a second string Numan song. On the picture sleeve the band have been given a new romantic makeover which they don’t look completely comfortable with.
They reunited with Gary for Love Needs No Disguise which finally gave them a UK top 40 hit.
Their short career is represented on The Dramatis Project confusingly credited to Tubeway Army featuring Gary Numan.