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2011 TOURING INFO

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BACK TO THE PHUTURE 2011 SHOWS

Dates Set List Tour Info
APRIL
1 - Friday,  Manchester. Academy 
Line Up: Gary Numan, Recoil, Motor, Richard H Kirk (DJ Set), Mark Jones (DJ Set) 
2 - Saturday,  London The Troxy
Line Up: Gary Numan, John Foxx, Motor, Richard H Kirk (DJ Set), Mark Jones (DJ Set)
01 - Down In The Park 
02 - Films 
03 - That's Too Bad 
04 - Crash 
05 - Big Noise Transmission 
06 - I Die: You Die 
07 - Jagged 
08 - The Fall 
09 - Everything Comes Down To This 
10 - Zero Bars (Mr Smith) 
11 - Listen To The Sirens 
12 - When The Sky Bleeds, He Will Come 
13 - Are 'Friends' Electric ? 
14 - Haunted 
15 - Crawl (South Central Cover) 
16 - Pure 
Encore:
19 - Cars
20 - Halo 
21 - A Prayer For The Unborn 
 
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Band Lineup
Gary Numan - Vocals, Guitar 
Richard Beasley - Drums 
Ade Fenton - Keyboards 
David Brooks - Keyboards 
Tim Muddiman - Bass 
Tim Slade - Bass
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THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND TOUR 2011

Dates Set List Tour Info
MAY
12 -  Brisbane. Tivoli
13 -  Sydney Enmore Theatre
14 - Melbourne Forum
16 -  Adelaide HQ
17 -  Perth Astor Theatre
21 - Auckland Town Hall
01 - Airlane
02 - Metal 
03 - M.E. 
04 - Tracks 
05 - Observer 
06 - Conversation 
07 - Engineers 
08 - Complex 
09 - Films 
10 - Cars 
11 - Down In The Park
12 - The Fall 
13 - Pure
14 - When The Sky Bleeds, He Will Come 
15 - Haunted 
16 - Jagged 
17 - Everything Comes Down To This 
18 - A Prayer For The Unborn 
19 - Are 'Friends' Electric ? 
Encore: 
20 - Halo 
21 - Big Noise Transmission
22 - I Die: You Die: 
 
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Band Lineup
Gary Numan - Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards 
Richard Beasley - Drums 
Ade Fenton - Keyboards 
Tim Muddiman - Bass 
Steve Harris - Guitar, Keyboards 
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Severed Heads
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UK FESTIVALS & GIGS

Dates Set List Tour Info
JULY
22 - York DV8 Festival 
23 - Manchester Heaton Park Ben & Jerrys Festival 
24 - London Clapham Common Ben & Jerrys Festival 
01 - Down In The Park
02 - In A Dark Place 
03 - The Fall 
04 - Metal 
05 - Haunted 
06 - Pure 
07 - Cars
08 - Halo 
09 - When The Sky Bleeds, He Will Come 
10 - Rip 
11 - Noise, Noise 
12 - Everything Comes Down To This 
13 - A Prayer For The Unborn 
14 - Are 'Friends' Electric ? 
Encore: 
15 - I Die: You Die
16 - Crazier
Tour Poster

Band Lineup
Gary Numan - Vocals, Guitar 
Richard Beasley - Drums 
Ade Fenton - Keyboards 
Tim Muddiman - Guitar 
Tim Slade - Bass 
David Brooks - Keyboards
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DEAD SON RISING UK TOUR SEPTEMBER 2011

Dates Set List Tour Info
SEPTEMBER
15 - Nottingham Rock City 
16 - Bournemouth 02 Academy 
17 - London 02 Shepherds Bush Empire 
18 - Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall 
19 - Leeds 02 Academy
20 - Glasgow 02 ABC
21 - Liverpool 02 Academy 
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DECEMBER
07 - Leamington Spa Assembly Hall 
08 - Manchester Ritz 
09 - Southampton Guildhall 
10 - Minehead ATP Festival Nightmare Before Christmas 
11 - Hatfield University The Forum 
Intro: (Resurrection) 
01 - Down In The Park
02 - The Fall 
03 - Haunted 
04 - When The Sky Bleeds, He Will Come 
05 - Films 
06 - Big Noise Transmission 
07 - Pure 
08 - Dead Sun Rising 
09 - Everyday I Die
10 - We Are The Lost 
11 - Absolution 
12 - For The Rest Of My Life 
13 - Noise, Noise 
14 - Everything Comes Down To This 
15 - Jagged 
16 - I Die: You Die
Encore: 
17 - Cars 
18 - My Shadow In vain 
19 - Are 'Friends' Electric ? 
Tour Poster

Band Lineup
Gary Numan - Vocals, Guitar 
Richard Beasley - Drums 
Ade Fenton - Keyboards 
Tim Muddiman - Guitar 
Tim Slade - Bass 
David Brooks - Keyboards 
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Saturdayís Back To The Phuture event saw the Troxy momentarily transformed into the capitalís electronic music Mecca, its disciples travelling from far and wide to witness the return of the original quiet men, John Foxx and Gary Numan. Two pioneers of electronic rock music that have at times in their respective careers been subjected to merciless and unjustified criticism by an eighties press too wrapped up in Phil Collinís In The Air Tonight drum sound to realise that the real experiment in sounds had already been blue printed and discarded for the shock of the new in the Foxx / Numan studio labs. Here tonight in order to have the last laugh, Numan and Foxx are now being embraced by a new generation, a generation who know that their Planet Rock hip hop beats and synth stabs have their original DNA mapped out in the skittering beats and bleeps of Kraftwerk, who were laterly filtered through Foxxís Metamatic and Numanís Replicas respectively. Having helped shape and (re) define several musical decades, Foxx and Numan are now taking their rightful places within the pantheon of the now ubiquitous electronica scene.

Back when Vienna was still an undiscovered city in pop music and punk and new wave were yet to orienteering further uncharted topographies, John Foxx was the original voice of Ultravox!. Tonight John Foxx and The Maths blitz the kids with a set which draws heavily upon both Ultravoxís formative years and Foxxís solo Metamatic defining era. Opening with an electoclash-tastic version of Shatter poof from the recent John Foxx and The Maths Interplay album, Foxx , along with new Maths side-kick Benge, go on to shatter several of the audiences preconceptions about the old (avant) guard, proving that in spite of Numanís greater commercial success, it was indeed Foxx who mapped the template for electronic musicís infiltration into the rock arena. Foxxís natural talent for musical osmosis seeing him filter Germanic bands Neu! and Kraftwerk with an infusion of an American rock sensibility helped shape a new wave sound. Early Ultravox! songs dealt with displacement, loss and dislocation, these are all themes that Foxx would endlessly return to. Hard core fanís of the original Ultravox! are tonight treated to a blistering Slow Motion, its incendiary chorus and fuselage guitar riff effortlessly decimating the front rows. What follows is a master class in sci fi infused musical creationism and Ballardian inspired soundscapes. Metamaticís Heís A Liquid being is suitably disturbing, as is the surreal Crash inspired Burning Car. Foxx also dispatches fabulous versions of early hits No-One Driving and Underpass, their Neututonic riffs buzzing like fridges, and making the assembled paranoid androids feel quite at home. However, the real highlight of the night was reserved for a stunning take on the beautiful Hiroshima Mon Amour, with its evocative imagery of the European grey landscapes of the late seventies and the eighties dislocated journeys on sepia tinted intercity trains.

It was however left to Gary Numan to take the stage and rip it to pieces with the most extraordinary stage show that Iíve seen in years. Opening with a devastating version of Down In The Park, the stage ignites and explodes with a sudden flash of video screens and devastating pulses of purple and white light. Down In The Park is also arguably not only the best track on Replicas, but the could have been a hit that wasnít, and the defining track in the Numan cannon. Tonight Numanís band is a permanently lethal many headed hydra. Numanís trademark pout is unleashed early in the proceedings as he prowls and struts the stage like a man half his age. Body rushing with adrenalin, sending the faithful weak at the knees. Numan then playís a spine tingling version of The Pleasure Principleís Films, before letting rip with early Tubeway Army single Thatís Too Bad. A song that to my knowledge Numan rarely if ever plays, and an acknowledgement that Numanís roots were, and still, are in the punk ethos of do it yourself enthusiasm and adrenaline fuelled musical discord. I Die You Die is casually dispatched with the audience mouthing the words like a frenzied shoal of Piranha as the rest of the night goes by in a dizzy, head spinning blur. With song after song hitting the euphoric heights and proving that Numanís place in the electro rock hall of fame is more than justified.

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