|3||Remind Me To Smile||3:24|
|5||Me I Disconnect From You||3:04|
|7||The Aircrash Bureau||5:24|
|10||Everyday I Die||4:36|
|12||Remember I Was Vapour||4:35|
|13||Trois Gymnopedies No. 1||3:02|
|14||She's Got Claws||4:46|
|16||I Dream Of Wires||4:38|
|17||I'm An Agent||3:58|
|18||The Joy Circuit||5:57|
|19||I Die; You Die||3:34|
|20||Cry The Clock Said||5:37|
|22||Down In The Park||5:37|
|23||My Shadow In Vain||2:38|
|24||Please Push No More||5:31|
|25||Are 'Friends' Electric?||5:25|
|26||We Are Glass / Outro||7:52|
|27||Gary Numan Interview||1:00:16|
- Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production
- Cameraman [Operators] – Duncan McLaren, Jim O'Donnell (2), John Metcalfe (2), John Rosenberg (3), Kate Humphreys
- Executive Producer [Original] – Martin Mills, Tony Webb
- Featuring [Special Guests] – Nash The Slash, Shock (2)
- Film Director [Directed By] – Derek Burbidge
- Film Editor [Dvd], Film Producer [Post Production Dvd], Other [Dvd Authoring] – Tom Grimshaw
- Film Editor [Original], Film Editor [Vision Mixer] – Robbie Hartwell
- Film Producer [Dvd], Interviewer – Paul M Green
- Film Producer [Original] – Kate Burbidge
- Film Producer [Production Assistent] – Helen Pritchard
- Liner Notes – Steve Malins
- Management [Gary Numan] – Ade Fenton, Steve Malins
- Other [Help And Assistance] – Ian Culver, Nigel Lunn, Stephen Roper, Steve Webbon
- Performer [The Gary Numan Band] – Cedric Sharpley*, Chris Payne (2), Denis Haynes*, Gary Numan, Paul Gardiner, Rrussell Bell
- Production Manager [Original] – Chris Butler, Roger De Freitas
- Recorded By [With The Help], Mixed By [With The Help] – Smudger (2)
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Tim Summerhayes
- Set Designer [Stage Design For Gas Light] – Alan Wild (2), Nick Fisher (3)
The original VHS-Video 'Micromusic' was released April 1982.
4-page color printed booklet with photo's, liner notes and credits.
The interview isn't listed on tracklist
[subtitle front sleeve]
The 1981 Wembley concert fully remastered, also includes an exclusive Gary Numan interview
[from back sleeve]
Gary Numan's 1981 'Farewell' concerts at Wembley Arena, London marked the first phase of his career.
Performing material from three Number 1 albums (Replicas, The Pleasure Principle and Telekon) against the spectacular backdrop of one of the largest sets ever built on a stage in the UK, this is Numan delivering on every level – songs that are still hugely influential 30 years later, pure pop star theatre and a light show as big as a city.
One of the greatest shows of all time? No question.
[Micromusic Wembley credits]
Produced for Zoetrope Ltd. by Kate Burbidge
Executive producers: Tony Webb for Machine Music, Martin Mills for Beggars Banquet
[Micromusic DVD credits]
Produced by Dash Productions Ltd. for Machine Music Ltd.
Gary Numan is managed by Ade Fenton and Steve Malins for Machine Music Ltd.
DVD9, 4:3 Screen Format, Dolby Digital Stereo, English
DVD running time: 174 mins approx
Durations do not appear on the release.
Track 26 is listed as 'We Are Glass'
Code-barres et Autres Identifiants
- Barcode: 5014249041071
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|PVC 3001||Gary Numan||Micromusic (VHS, PAL)||Palace Video||PVC 3001||UK||1982||Vendre cette version|
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|MORTALDVD007||Gary Numan||Micromusic (DVD-V, PAL)||Mortal Records||MORTALDVD007||UK||2010||Vendre cette version|