Originally released in 1983 and co-produced with Bill Nelson, 'Warriors' continues Numan's ambient-funk experimentations. 'I still like a lot of the 'Warriors' stuff and Bill Nelson did a lot of very inventive things on it which, because of our differences, I failed to appreciate at the time. I think the Mad Max image convinced a lot of people, the press especially, that it was a sci-fi album. Much of it though was actually quite autobiographical. Even songs like 'The Iceman Comes' and 'This Prison Moon' were more to do with what I was going through than anything sci-fi. Lyrically I was already becoming overly focused on the career struggle. 'Warriors' was written, in the main, in a hotel room in Jersey. My girlfriend had just left me, I'd been evicted from the house I was living in and I felt pretty much alone in more ways than one. Despite its surface gloss of futurism it was really very inward looking. To me the image was meant to represent someone fighting for survival as much as anything' - Gary Numan.
Disc 1 1. Warriors - Gary Numan (5.53) 2. I Am Render - Gary Numan (5.03) 3. The Iceman Comes - Gary Numan (4.25) 4. This Prison Moon - Gary Numan (3.16) 5. My Centurion - Gary Numan (5.22) 6. Sister Surprise - Gary Numan (8.31) 7. The Tick Tock Man - Gary Numan (4.24) 8. Love Is Like Clock Law - Gary Numan (4.05) 9. The Rhythm of the Evening - Gary Numan (5.57)