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Fad Gadget

      
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2.Alien Sex Fiend         > 20x
3.The Birthday Party         > 20x
4.Cabaret Voltaire         > 20x
5.Current 93         > 20x
6.Psychic TV         > 20x
7.The Tear Garden         > 20x
8.Tones on Tail         > 20x
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12.Death in June         11.9x
13.The Gun Club         11.1x
14.Nick Cave         10.8x
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16.Covenant         8.1x
17.Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds         8.0x
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20.The Fall         7.1x
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22.The Sisters of Mercy         6.9x
23.The Psychedelic Furs         6.7x
24.Skinny Puppy         6.5x
25.Siouxsie and the Banshees         6.0x
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27.Cocteau Twins         5.6x
28.Love and Rockets         5.5x
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30.Throbbing Gristle         5.3x
31.Swans         5.2x
32.Ministry         5.2x
33.Brian Eno         3.8x
34.Wire         3.6x
35.Gary Numan         3.5x
36.Pulp         3.2x
37.The Stooges         3.1x
38.The Smiths         3.0x
39.New Order         2.9x
40.Iggy Pop         2.8x
41.Minor Threat         2.7x
42.Depeche Mode         2.4x
43.The Jesus and Mary Chain         2.3x
44.Joy Division         2.2x
45.Butthole Surfers         1.5x
46.Sex Pistols         < 1.5x
47.Kraftwerk         < 1.5x
Francis John "Frank" Tovey, known also by his stage name Fad Gadget (8 September 1956 – 3 April 2002), was a British avant-garde electronic musician and vocalist. He was a proponent of both New Wave and early industrial music. As Fad Gadget, his music was characterized by a use of synthesizers in conjunction with sounds of found objects, including drills and electric razors. His bleak, sarcastic, and darkly humorous lyrics, often layered in meaning and discussing subjects such as machinery, building construction, human sexuality, religion and physical violence, were... more