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Re: dark matters chart chances

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jetblacksdad wrote: 10 Jun 2021, 09:06 Gary Numan got to No 2!
He got to no. 2 with the album before it, too. The guy has a very devoted following that is larger now than it was in the late 80s/early 90s. AND he always focuses on new stuff and doesn't fall back on the oldies, and his career was in far worse shape than The Stranglers at one point.
What?? Even Mark2 Stranglers?? Hell, things must have been dire.

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Cells&Plasma wrote: 11 Jun 2021, 22:14
StanInBlack wrote:
jetblacksdad wrote: 10 Jun 2021, 09:06 Gary Numan got to No 2!
He got to no. 2 with the album before it, too. The guy has a very devoted following that is larger now than it was in the late 80s/early 90s. AND he always focuses on new stuff and doesn't fall back on the oldies, and his career was in far worse shape than The Stranglers at one point.
What?? Even Mark2 Stranglers?? Hell, things must have been dire.
They were. Around the time of Machine & Soul his career was pretty much down the toilet. It took a while, but he managed to pull himself out of it.
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