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The GOlden Section Tour and Omnidelic Exotour

The Golden Section Tour
01. Running Across Thin Ice With Tigers
02. Walk Away
03. The Hidden Man
04. Slow Motion
05. The Quiet Men
06. I Can't Stay Long
07. When I Was A Man And You Were A Woman
08. Systems Of Romance
09. The Garden

The Omnidelic Exotour
01. 20th Century
02. Burning Car
03. Overpass
04. This City
05. Hiroshima Mon Amour
06. Just For A Moment
07. The Quiet Men
08. Dislocation
09. An Ocean We Can Breathe
10. Through My sleeping
11. The Noise
12. Shifting City
13. Endlessly

John Foxx and Louis Gordon

John Foxx – The Golden Section Tour
John Foxx and Louis Gordon – The Omidelic Exotour

Released: 2003

Released in 2003, The Golden Section Tour/The Omnidelic Exotour brings together Foxx and Gordon's Subterranean Omnidelic Exotour and a previously unreleased live recording from John Foxx's Golden Section tour of 1983.

The Golden Section Tour recording from 1983 mainly comprises tracks from The Golden Section and The Garden, as well as some of John's best-known Ultravox songs, such as "Slow Motion". This would prove to be the only time Foxx would tour with a full band, and features Robin Simon on guitar.

The Omnidelic Exotour comprises new live studio recordings of old Foxx classics, brought up-to-date with the help of Louis Gordon. The tracks range from Foxx-era Ultravox!, to 1997’s Shifting City. All the tracks have been given a makeover and sound all the better for it, proving just how timeless Foxx's song writing really is. Standout tracks include "Overpass/This City", "The Quiet Men", “Dislocation” and the epic "Shifting City".

The Subterranean Omnidelic Exotour EP was originally recorded in 1997 and made available exclusively for Foxx’s first solo tour with Louis Gordon (his first tour since 1983). The EP proved to be so popular that it was expanded and reissued the following year for more live dates, and ultimately made permanently available on this double album.

A live recording of the 1998 Subterranean Omnidelic Exotour was released in 2007 under the name of Retro Future.

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