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Gary Numan to Exhume 'Pleasure Principle' This Fall

Gary Numan to Exhume 'Pleasure Principle' This Fall

Thanks to the irritability of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano earlier this year, synth-pop icon Gary Numan (like many others) had to alter his itinerary somewhat. But this fall, he'll properly commemorate the 30th anniversary of his classic album, The Pleasure Principle, with a three-week U.S. tour. 

 

Tracks from  Principle including "Cars," "Metal" and "Films" have inspired, been covered and/or sampled by an array of artists over the years ranging from Nine Inch Nails to Dr. Dre to GZA to Basement Jaxx. But once he puts the finishing touches on his 17th album, Splinter, Numan himself will resurrect his ice-cold, synthesized opus beginning in Orlando on October 17. Beggars Group released a deluxe edition of The Pleasure Principle last year (which can be purchased here) and tickets for his tour will go on sale beginning Thursday, July 1 at noon EST via Ticketmaster

 

Gary Numan U.S. tour dates:

 

10.17 Orlando, FL: The Firestone 

10.18 Atlanta, GA: Masquerade 

10.20 Washington, DC: Black Cat 

10.21 Philadelphia, PA: Trocadero 

10.22 Boston, MA: Paradise 

10.22 New York, NY: Nokia Theatre 

10.24 Toronto, ON: Opera House 

10.25 Detroit, MI: Majestic Theater 

10.26 Chicago, IL: Metro 

10.28 Denver, CO: Gothic Theatre 

10.31 Seattle, WA: Neumos 

11.01 Portland, OR: Roseland Theatre 

11.02 San Francisco, CA: The Fillmore 

11.03 Los Angeles, CA: El Rey Theatre 

11.04 Los Angeles, CA: El Rey Theatre

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hell yeah! his set from the feed of Primavera Sound was so good.

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