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Gary Numan, The Assembly, Leamington Spa - 29th July 2017
I saw Numan once before, 1979 at Sheffield City Hall, OMD supporting. I took two of my kids, my lad is a massive fan anyway. Great venue, really like it; seemingly Victorian music hall, in decent nick, nice floorboards, big bar, great access and view even though it was pretty much a packed house of fans, most my age or older. I'll go through it song by song for the ones that really stood out either way, but really if you are a fan at all, I reckon you would love the show. He has turned into a bit of a showman over the years. Yes, he repeats his movements, yes he has taken influence in turn from people he influenced way back, but this is all fine. He is making new music that is very worthwhile, mostly. I have seen Buzzcocks and Gang of Four fail at this in the last couple of years because they are not trying to keep creating. At least Numan has that need and drive.
1. Everything Comes Down to This; from Splinter, fab opener, drama all the way and excellently punchy version.
2. Films fantastic; not messed around with much at all, straight to the point, vocals a little low in the mix
3. Bed of Thorns from the upcoming release 'Savage'; maqam scales, cinematic, vast, brooding stuff indeed.
4. Metal; in heaven, one of my fave tracks.
5. Ghost Nation; from new album, not so familiar with this yet, not a stand out but not bad.
Jagged: more of the arabic fixation he has; lots of open spaces. gave your ears a rest, well, for the gaps at least :-)
6. We're the Unforgiven
7. Mercy: from the new album
8. A Prayer for the Unborn; nice sequencing. really, really reminded me of an old, old song (melodically) but just can't remember which!
9. Here in the Black. One of my faves from the evening although this period os not my favourite Numan era, I am a big 'first 4' albums chap, myself)
10. My Name is Ruin (Performed with his daughter Persia) Triffic; his girl can sing a bit, too.
11. Cars. No, not for me. It was fine, fans of this song won't be disappointed but it felt a bit clumsy, tbh, musically speaking. I reckon he plays around sometimes because he is sick of playing the kits.
12. When the World Comes Apart; too messy for me, maybe it was the mix but the complex rhythm stuff really didn't gel.
13.Love Hurt Bleed; on the money. this was very present, very brutal and clean, you could feel his confidence all over the room on this song in particular.
14. Down in the Park; bloody great, fat version, muscular but still had sensitivity enough for the spoken parts to be chilling and poignant.
15. Are 'Friends' Electric? no, did not work for me; the bass synth was essentially a fat tuba kind of squelch that made the song sound comedic, a bit off for me.
Overall though, I am very very happy I went and my kids loved it too. Thank you Gary, great job well done and try to ignore that haters
Posted by Richard Todd on 30/07/2017
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