Dave Gahan – Live Monsters

Shot last July at Paris' Olympia theatre, Dave Gahan's stripped-down solo show proved he can cut it as a Byronic rock god away from Depeche Mode. From the sleazy confessional of "Black And Blue Again" to the swaggering blues behemoth "Dirty Sticky Floors", Gahan gives it 200 per cent in the Dionysian Messiah stakes. And Paris loves it, especially the roughed-up DM covers.

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Shot last July at Paris’ Olympia theatre, Dave Gahan’s stripped-down solo show proved he can cut it as a Byronic rock god away from Depeche Mode. From the sleazy confessional of “Black And Blue Again” to the swaggering blues behemoth “Dirty Sticky Floors”, Gahan gives it 200 per cent in the Dionysian Messiah stakes. And Paris loves it, especially the roughed-up DM covers.

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