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    Off to see Gary Numan on Saturday in Nottingham.
    Have seen him a couple of times now in recent years and it's always a good gig.
    Very different from his early years, now much heavier, with lots Synth/guitar work.
    Looking forward to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sand Dancin Donkey Walker View Post
    Off to see Gary Numan on Saturday in Nottingham.
    Have seen him a couple of times now in recent years and it's always a good gig.
    Very different from his early years, now much heavier, with lots Synth/guitar work.
    Looking forward to it.
    Oh man, the new album is sublime.
    Among the many: Ozric Tentacles early years - Genesis early years - Pink Floyd - Brand X - Camel - Shpongle - Younger Brother - The Peaking Goddess Collective - Deadmau5 - Trentemoller - Kiasmos - Acoustic Alchemy - John Coltraine - Hank Mobley - Lee Morgan - And Oasis...!

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    It really is, it dropped through the letter box a week or so ago.
    Very much enjoying it.
    He has gone for the post apocalyptical look for the cover

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    Forgot I had posted this one.
    Had a trip down to Nottingham last Saturday to see Gary Numan at Rock City.
    Was a great gig, played a lot of the new album and also previous stuff.
    Great performance and sound too, he is definitely not a chatter between songs. But got on with the gig.
    Also saw him at O2 Academy in Newcastle on Monday too.
    Another great gig, a few changes to the set and the sound was even batter, and performance great as well.
    Would see him again, a recommended tour.
    The support was a guy call Jayce Lewis, the only band I've seen with 2 bass players.
    It was an emotional and physical assault of sound and vocals. Well worth a visit to see, if you get the chance.
    Both recommended



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