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Fad Gadget is the stage name of Francis John (Frank) Tovey (September 8, 1956April 3, 2002). An influential British avant-garde electronic musician, he was an exponent of both New Wave and early industrial music.




As Fad Gadget

As Frank Tovey


As Fad Gadget

Year Song B-Side(s) Album
1979 Back To Nature The Box non-album singles
1980 Ricky's Hand Handshake
Fireside Favourite Insecticide Fireside Favourites
1981 Make Room Lady Shave non-album single
1982 King Of The Flies flexi Depeche Mode - Sometimes I Wish I Was Dead released in Flexipop Magazine
Saturday Night Special (Special Mix) Swallow It (Live) Incontinent
King Of The Flies Plain Clothes
Life On The Line 4M Under The Flag
For Whom The Bells Toll Love Parasite
1983 I Discover Love Lemmings On Lover's Rock non-album single
Collapsing New People with Einstürzende Neubauten Spoil The Child Gag
1984 One Man's Meat Sleep (Electro Induced Original), Ricky's Hand (Live)
2001 Fireside Favourite (I Monster Remix) Ricky's Hand, Collapsing New People (Berlin Mix), Lady Shave The Best of Fad Gadget
2003 Collapsing New People (WestBam Remix) Lady Shave (John Acquaviva Remix) Herr Lehmann (OST)

As Mkultra

  • "Immobilise" (1986)

As Frank Tovey

  • "Luxury" (1985)
  • "Luddite Joe" (1986)
  • "Bridge St. Shuffle" (1988)
  • "Sam Hall" (1989)
  • "The Liberty Tree" (1991)
  • "All That Is Mine" (1992)

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