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Gary Numan + Rasputina

Oct 22 2010
967 Comm Ave, Boston, MA   (view map)

Filed under: 80s, new wave, synthpop, industrial, gothic, electronic, cello, cello rock, female vocalists, alternative

Gary Numan has never been one for nostalgia. Since his icy 1979 high-water mark, The Pleasure Principle, he's put out 16 albums ranging from smoothed-out fretless-bass funk to industrial pop metal. But given the comeback punch that old-school synths have been throwing at every corner of music lately, it seems a ripe moment for Numan to make amends with the old stuff and commit to a late career's worth of well-earned victory laps.

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