The Normal

The Normal was the imaginary band moniker of English producer Daniel Miller (born Feb. 14, 1951), who used the name on the seminal, self-recorded electro-punk single “T.V.O.D.” / “Warm Leatherette,” issued in November 1978 on self-press Mute Records. He subsequently used the band moniker Silicon Teens for the self-recorded electro-covers album Music for Parties in 1980. Mute housed various Miller-produced acts during the 1980s, including Fad Gadget, Depeche Mode, and Yazoo.

Members: Daniel Miller (electronics, vocals)


  • “T.V.O.D.” / “Warm Leatherette” (1978)

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