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JULY SHOWS 2007

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JULY 
25 - Notingham Rock City 
26 - Bristol 02 Academy 
27 - Liverpool 02 Academy 
28 - London Shepherds Bush Empire 
01 - Blind 
02 - I Can't Breathe 
03 - M.E. 
04 - Pressure
05 - The Leather Sea 
06 - Replicas 
07 - In A Dark Place 
08 - Walking With Shadows 
09 - This Is My Life 
10 - Basic J 
11 - Friends 
12 - Down In The Park 
13 - Haunted 
14 - My Jesus 
15 - Jagged 
16 - Are 'Friends' Electric ? 
Encore: 
17 - My Breathing 
18 - Halo 
19 - A Prayer For The Unborn 
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Gary Numan - Vocals, Guitar 
Richard Beasley - Drums 
Ade Fenton - Keyboards 
Chris McCormack - Guitar 
David Brooks - Keyboards 
Tim Muddiman - Bass 
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BRISTOL. Carling Academy
Nothing dates faster than the futurism of past generations. But the former post-punk icon Gary Numan still drew a large and enthusiastic congregation of black-clad fans to his Bristol show on Thursday. Almost 50, Numan remains trim and boyish, even if his crazed stare and toothy snarl contain more than a hint of the deranged German screen star Klaus Kinski nowadays.

There is an enduring innocence to Numan that is charming and limiting. While everyone from the pop divas Sugababes to the superstar DJ Armand Van Helden has sampled his innovative early hits in recent years, the man himself sticks steadfastly to the doom-laden techno-rock formula that has sustained him for more than a decade. A more calculating careerist might have exploited his credibility as the founding father of British electro-pop by hijacking the DayGlo dance beats of the Nu Rave scene.

Which would be shameless opportunism of course, but at least it might have enlivened some of the angst-ridden bombast that filled Thursday’s set. The tracks from Numan’s most recent album, Jagged, could certainly use a sprinkle of pop sensibility. In a Dark Place sounded graceless and bloated, while the goth-metal thunder of Haunted soon outstayed its welcome. Adolescent emotional catharsis is just about acceptable in a 25-year-old bedsit rocker, but mildly preposterous from a 50-year-old father of three.

Thankfully, Numan included classics from his early Tubeway Army period. A heavily electronic Down in the Park mustered an icy grandeur that none of his recent material could match, while a muscular rearrangement of his signature tune Are “Friends” Electric? inspired a mass singalong among Bristol’s assembled Numanoids.

It was clear that this is what most of them came to hear: communal alienation anthems for dogged devotees who have followed the maverick rocker for decades. Numan’s small but significant place in pop history is assured, but he could afford to steal a little more inspiration from his younger self

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