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If you listen to the first track from Gary Numan's freshman solo release, "The Pleasure Principle," its most appropriate classification is that of a precursor: a postcard to the future, inscribed with the possibilities of audibly merging man and machine more thoroughly than ever before. Of developing a persuasion of sound that had yet to be uncovered and plugged-in.

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Sometimes there just is not much to say about a show. Real Estate's sold out Firebird show last night sacrificed engaging musicality for mellow vibrations. The decision was not terrible. It all seemed like a mirage conjured up by the sands of a desert.

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When local garage-rock trio Roundheels took the Firebird stage, I should have known it was going to be, well, an unorthodox evening.

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phos·pho·res·cent adjective \-sÉ™nt\ : of or relating to a type of light that glows softly in the dark and that does not produce heat. Wrong, Merriam-Webster. In this case, there was plenty of heat.

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Icy temperatures did not keep a crowd from filling the Firebird for Phosphorescent's long awaited return to St. Louis.

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Snow covered a parking lot occupied by a dozen vehicles. The wintry mix came late but was welcomed by the bands and patrons leaning against the Firebird's brick walls.

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Tim Wilson, frontman of Seattle four-piece Ivan & Alyosha could not stop smiling during his band's performance on Monday night at the Firebird.

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Loud was on display at the Firebird on Wednesday night, with openers Dad Jr. kicking the night off with some down and dirty thunder.

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Serving up a cocktail of grunge-infused rock 'n' roll with a dash of swampy twang, Deer Tick assured fans at the Firebird that Monday morning was no reason to hold back on a Sunday night.

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Occurring on the last day of summer, the second night of the seventh installment of An Under Cover Weekend bid farewell to another season and another year of cover acts as well as marking the retirement of local ringers Via Dove from the event.

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