Hello, Numan

By MATT PARISH  |  October 19, 2010

"There's a lot of people that talk about early synthesizers as being the Golden Age or whatever," he argues, "but I just think that's bollocks. That's rubbish. It was a nightmare."

And yet he's finally sounding reconciled with the record itself. "It's actually very quirky," he concedes. "I just recognized that it was a lot stranger than I thought it was at the time. In a good way, I suppose."

GARY NUMAN + RASPUTINA + DJ CHRIS EWEN | Paradise Rock Club, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | October 22 at 8 pm | 18+ | $25 | 617.562.8800 or thedise.com

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