photos by Chris La Putt

Gang of Four

"Mixing classic hits in amongst the new material, every song was a dance party and lead singer Joe King's stage presence is insane! He dances around like a mad man and then settles into a random spot on the stage where he'll sing for a few moments before moving on to the next location. Andy Gill played some guitar solos with the trademark Gang of Four feedback and though it was only 18 degrees outside, the inside of Webster Hall was scorching! During the song "He'd Send In The Army," Joe King smashed a microwave with an axe! It was pretty intense. After each song, King thanked the crowd in Spanish, saying "Gracias." Gracias backatcha for rocking Gang of Four!" [According to G]

Gang of Four (now with two original members) are on tour and played both Webster Hall and Letterman on Tuesday night. Pictures and the setlist from the NYC show and a (crappy) video (I'll update later if a better one gets posted) from the TV show, below...

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setlist pics via Ryan Muir
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Webster Hall setlist
You'll Never Pay for the Farm
Not Great Men
Ether
I Parade Myself
Paralysed
A Fruitfly in the Beehive
Anthrax
What We All Want
I Party All the Time
Why Theory?
You Don't Have to be Mad
We Live as We Dream, Alone
To Hell With Poverty
Do As I Say

Encore:
He'd Send In The Army
Natural's Not In It
Damaged Goods

Encore 2:
At Home He's A Tourist
I Love A Man In A Uniform