AFENet Review - Reviews of Numan gigs by Numan Fans
Sun, Feb 18, Belfast Limelight
Come Back Soon

Well after Brixton,i thought to myself...can he do better?

After waiting for what seemed a lifetime the support act arrived on stage[st,eve],very moody and somewhat pretenious turned out to be very good and the singer was rather tasty.

Then we waited with baited breath and loads of yells for the man himself...finally the opening chords of PURE and Gary was on stage.

He looked as cool as ever and very much in control.....the band were brilliant and alot tighter than Brixton,Gary's voice was on top form and he gave us his everything....all in all a top class performance,it does'nt come much better than this.

For me the surprise track was EVERYDAY I DIE and the downer was there was no EXILE tracks,but apart from that the gig was genius,certainly the best i have ever experienced!

Good to see so many NUMANOIDS under the one roof and i'm sure there were some i reckonised from the Brixton show...good on u all for coming to Belfast.

After the gig we all went round to the tour bus and begged for autographs...

Gary did'nt show but Gemma got us sorted,she told us he was knackered,which i could well beleive after a show like that!

To sum up, all i can say is...COME BACK SOON GARY U ARE THE BEST!!!!!

Rik Gay

Best Dressed Punters

Mr Sound had to scratch his head over this one.

Tiny venue and not a lot of PA.

Mr Lights had less gear to work with than ever before and Mr Monitors kept on being mistaken for the DJ.

On this tour we're not touring sound and lights so every day we set up from scratch with what we are given. Bit 'won't gig can't gig' if you like. Make it up from ingredients provided. Still we had fun and the club-like atmosphere was great.

Bonza punters, best dressed so far too.

We've noticed a lot of the regular men have disappeared. You still alive?

Glasgow is going to be hot as f***. Wear your swimsuits!

Audience score 8/10

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