18 May 2014


There are certain bands that when they decide to tour bring out such a varied audience.  This was my first time standing next to folks in their 60s and also families with very small children at the 930 club.  But this is what happens when I see a music group that has been around since the 1970s and one that's been an influence on most of my current favorite bands.

People arrived very early to stand in line for this event.  It was a 3D tour and standing room only so the choice standing room was upstairs near the the balcony.  Phor and I arrived a little later because we were both coming from work and missed the balcony but stood on the bleacher seats up top.  I was still able to see most of what was going on.

The music was great and the images added to the whole concert.  Brookyn vegan has a great post on the shows in NYC which appears to have been identical in playlist to the show in DC.

The playlist -

The Robots
Numbers / Computer World
It's More Fun to Compute / Home Computer
Computer Love
The Man-Machine
The Model
Neon Lights
Tour de France 1983
Tour de France 2003 (Étape 1)
Tour de France 2003 (Étape 2)
Geiger Counter / Radioactivity
Trans-Europe Express / Metal on Metal /Abzug
Boing Boom Tschak / Techno Pop / Musique Non Stop

Aéro Dynamik
Planet of Visions

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