Dance was Gary Numan’s fifth studio album and was released in 1981. Beggars Banquet are excited to reissue this album on double purple vinyl. The original 50 minute album was cut onto a single LP with a resulting compression and compromise to the sound. For this new edition, the tracks have been mastered over three sides for improved fidelity and the fourth side contains relevant singles, B-sides and an out-take. Additionally the previously unreleased, full length version of Moral has been used to close out the original album. The double LP is released on purple vinyl in an adapted, colour-corrected gatefold jacket with two printed inner sleeves. Transferred from the analogue tapes at Loud Mastering. Dance makes a notable effort by Gary Numan to step away from the synth-pop he was famous for, and experiment with something a little more jazzier, saxophones and all. Guests on the album include guitarist Rob Dean and (fretless) bassist / saxophonist Mick Karn of Japan, drummer Roger Taylor of Queen, keyboardist Roger Mason of Australian band Models, and Canadian alternative musician Nash the Slash.