Gary Numan played albums like 1979's The Pleasure Principle and 1980's Telekon in full. As Chris Weingarten explains in his recap: "His synths were full and warm and precise, but the stiff, strutting New Waver android behind hits like "Cars" and "We Are Glass" has been seemingly juiced by the mutual appreciation with tourmates Nine Inch Nails. The 58-year-old bucked and stomped his boots and slammed mike stands. His arrangements of these once synth-heavy and chilly tunes are now chugging with electric guitar, but lose none of their robotic luster. Through a weekend of showcasing new technologies, one of the best performances was also one of the most human."