Gary Numan @ The Fillmore (11/2/10)

New Wave was cool again last night as Gary Numan performed 'The Pleasure Principle' in its' entirety in front of a nearly sold out crowd at the Fillmore.

We had the chance to ask Gary 10 questions before the show that you can find here.

Gary was joined on stage by 3 other keyboardists, a drummer and bassist, which all seemed like overkill during the performance of 'The Pleasure Principle', a fairly minimalistic album celebrating its 30th anniversary. The band was dead-on replicating the sound of the album and the crowd seemed mesmerized.

Here's the band performing the classic "Cars":


At the conclusion of "Cars," Gary and one of the other 3 keyboardists grabbed guitars and proceeded to bring the rock with tracks from his more recent albums that sound more industrial than new wave.

Here's the band performing "Are Friends Electric":


Setlist from the show:

"The Pleasure Principle" album
Random
Airlane
Metal
Engineers
Films
Tracks
M.E.
Complex
Observer
Conversation
Cars

The Fall
Pure
Down in the park
Haunted
Halo
Jagged
Are Friends Electric?

Encore:
I Die You Die
Zulu
A Prayer for the Unborn

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