May 21, 2021 Gary Numan – Intruder (Album Review)
Inevitably, Gary Numan has become synonymous to or one and the same with his classic ’80s hit “Cars,” from his debut album, 1979’s Pleasure Principle. However, there is so much more to the Shaman of Synthpop than his debit single. Numan has a 18-album studio discography in his belt, spread out prolifically from the 1970s through the previous decade; and his newest one is set to emerge. Released on Friday, May 21, 2021, via BMG Rights Management, Numan’s 19th record is titled Intruder. Definitely a far cry from his classic Synthpop sound, the new offering is nevertheless a natural continuation of his Industrial dalliance since the turn of the current millennium.