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As a pioneer of EDM and industrial music Gary Numan’s influence has been recognized by a diverse array of the world’s greatest artists—from Prince to Lady Gaga, Jack White to Kanye West; Beck to Queens Of The Stone Age, and The Foo Fighters to Nine Inch Nails. Numan’s impact was crystallized in the U.S. some three decades ago with his now legendary performance of his ... Read more in Amazon's Gary Numan Store

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  • Audio CD (9 Dec. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • ASIN: B00006J678
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 131,858 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Originally co-produced with Bill Nelson in 1983, the album continues Numan’s ambient-funk experimentations and has aged surprisingly well. It has been remastered from the original studio analog tapes and given a new clarity and detail to the sound. The 6 bonus tracks include the single version of ‘Sister Surprise’, a previously unreleased, extended version of ‘Warriors’, a newly discovered song and some of Numan’s most popular b-sides.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pink on 8 Feb. 2012
Format: Audio CD
On `Warriors' Gary Numan took the funk elements introduced on previous album `I Assassin' to the next level by throwing saxophone, slap-bass and breathy female backing vocals into the mix alongside his own trademark synths, which understandably alienated some of the faithful when it was first released in 1983.

But underneath the bells and whistles, it was business as usual really as Numan delivered yet another set of quirky, eccentric and memorable songs, which in this case worked especially well live. Showcased on the `comeback' tour that year, these songs were well-performed and exciting (although I was always suspicious of how John Webb had suddenly got so good on sax that he could effortlessly recreate Dick Morrissey's slippery solos note-for-note on stage!) and sat well with the earlier material.

Importantly, Numan did this kind of music really well. This is real, warm, organic funk, not the sequenced cyber-funk that he produced further down the line.

The album has many highlights, such as the morose but hypnotic title-track, the up-tempo jazz-funk of `This Prison Moon', the lazy groove of `Rythmn of The Evening' , the light and airy `The Iceman Comes', and the haunting machine-ballad `Love Is Like Clock Law'. There's also the bombastic `Sister Surprise', which despite the main riff sounding worryingly similar to Spandau Ballet's tuneless `Chant No.1', begins with one of Numan's most atmospheric intros and ends with a brilliant instrumental passage that I wish carried on for much longer.

Typically too, some of the best songs from the recording sessions were left off the original album and relegated to B-side status.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pete B on 28 Jan. 2008
Format: Audio CD
this is one of my favourite albums from numan,its the one i find myself going back to over again,i think its probably the best produced album too,very crisp and clear,almost has a jazz feel to it with sax and heavy bass guitars but still plenty of synths too.
My favourite tracks are The iceman comes and This prison moon,they still remind me of the Warriors tour,great to see they have put the B sides of the singles on this new cd version too,if you like Numan you need this cd.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Snape on 11 Mar. 2003
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In 1983, Warriors was released by Numan and toured up and down the country in a 40 date program. The tour was Numan's "comeback" after retiring from live performances in 1981. He'd just spent about a year as a tax exile in America and was to return in a blaze of Mad Max inspired glory. The stage set for the tour was enormous - a two storey mock up of a post apocalyptic bombed out building. Some venues couldn't house the set it was that big.
The album itself was similarly ambitious. Surrounding himself with accomplished musicians including Joe Hubbard (jazz bassist) and Bill Nelson as guitarist and co-producer, the album does showcase some strong musical talent and skilful songwriting. Well produced, Warriors has a raw sound built around powerful drumming, percussive fretless bass and raucous guitar. Whilst definitely being an album of it's time, (how else could it be with all that fretless and slap bass)it does stand up fairly well today. There are some standout tracks - The Iceman Comes, Warriors, The Tick Tock Man, My Centurion and The Rythmn of The Evening. The extra tracks are all good too apart from the "lost" track Nameless and Forgotten, which maybe should have been.
After this album, he released Berserker, famous for the ridiculous white and blue makeup, and the career started to spiral. Some would argue that he didn't release another good album until 1994.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M Evans on 16 Feb. 2011
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"Warriors" is the first really disappointing Gary Numan album. Progressing in a similar vein to the previous but far superior "I, Assassin", but unfortuantely introducing a heck of a lot of cheesy-sounding 80's sax and female backing vocals into the mix, and consequently "Warriors" now sounds horrendously dated. This over-reliance of female backing singers and sax music would continue for the rest of the decade as Numan put out increasingly poor albums and his creative well all but dried up. He sold out basically - harsh but true - money problems caused him to try and be "commercial". Anyway, back to Warriors. The cover is awful - Gary trying to look like Mad Max is not a good look at all. In fact it's his worse. He just looks a bit sad. There a are a small handful of good tunes - the title track, The Iceman Comes, My Centurion. But then there's some real dross like Sister Surprise, and the abysmal I Am Render (cheesy sax overload). This album was the start of Gary's decline for the next 10 years. The album isn't dreadful but it's certainly one of his least appealing albums.
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By John F on 19 Oct. 2014
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I was a big Gary Numan fan in 1979, but unfortunately by 1981 he'd slipped off my musical radar. Having said that his 1983 release 'Warriors' is a cracking album. It's not really synth pop - the songs are embellished with fretless bass, saxophone and Bill Nelson's Fripp influenced guitar. Highlights are the post-apocaylptic single 'Warriors', 'This Prison Moon' and bonus track 'My Car Slides (2)'.
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