23rd April - Maida Vale Studios - London - England
2001 - UK Tour Diary
5th May - Sheffield - England
6th May - Wolverhampton - England
7th May - Liverpool - England
8th May - Derby - England
10th May - Edinburgh - Scotland
11th May - Glasgow - Scotland
12th May - Manchester - England
14th May - Bristol - England
15th May - Newcastle - England
17th May - Cambridge - England
18th May - Brixton - London - England
26th May - Homelands - England
1st June - Koln Rock Am Ring Festival - Germany
30th June - MTV Dance Launch party - The Ocean - London
29th July - Fuji Rock Festival - Japan
4th August - Dance Valley - Holland
5th August - Benicassim - Spain
24th August - Pukkelpop - Belgium
25th August - Creamfields UK - Liverpool - England
7th September - Festivalna Hall - Sofia - Bulgaria
8th September - 4th J & B Dance and Techno Festival - Maslak - Istanbul - Turkey
18th September - Lycabettus Ampitheatre - Athens - Greece
21st September - Sala Razzamatazz - Barcelona - Spain
22nd September - Plaza De Toros - San Sebastian - Spain
23rd September - Sala Riviera - Madrid - Spain
2001 - USA Tour Diary
2nd October - Trees in Dallas - USA
3rd October - La Zona Rosa in Austin - USA
5th October - Earthlink Live in Atlanta - USA
6th October - House of Blues in Orlando - USA
7th October - Billboard Live in Miami - USA
10th October - 9.30 Club in Washington - USA
11th October - Palladium in Worcester - USA
12th October - Trocadero in Philadelphia - USA
13th October - Roseland in New York - USA
15th October - The Opera House in Toronto - Canada
16th October - St Andrews in Detroit - USA
17th October - Metro in Chicago - USA
18th October - Quest in Minneapolis - USA
19th October - The Rave in Milwaukee - USA
20th October - Madrid Theater in Kansas City - USA
22nd October - Gothic in Denver - USA
24th October - Warfield in San Francisco - USA
25th October - Palladium in Los Angeles - USA
10th November - Portsmouth Guildhall - Portsmouth
11th November - Birmingham Academy - Birmingham
12th November - Exeter University - Exeter
13th November - Brighton Centre - Brighton
15th November - Brixton Academy - London
16th November - Brixton Academy - London
23rd December - The Point - Dublin - Ireland
TOURS - 05th May - Octagon Centre - Sheffield University - Student Union - Western Bank - Sheffield - S10 2TG - England
Capacity : 1600

Ticket Contribution - Mea99dda
Photo #1 to #14 - Loopz
Review Contribution #1 - Loopz - taken from NME

Set List - Loopz 
Set List - Tension, The Girl With The Sun In Her Head, Last Thing, Funny Break (Weekend Ravers Mix), Belfast, Oi, Illuminate, Satan, Tootled, Are We Here?, Impact, Dr Who, Chime

Ticket Contribution - Mea99dda

Review #1 - John Hall - NME
When you've been knocking around for over a decade, it's almost inevitable that you're going to get a bit of a drubbing from hacks eager to write you off as yesterday's men. So the critical consensus on the Hartnoll brother's latest missive 'The Altogether' is that it is a tired, unimaginative beast, and that the accompanying tour will see them merely hawking out ten year old tracks to an ever ageing crowd a la the post-Emerson Underworld.

Happily, as is so often the case, critical consensus is an arse. The album itself, while possibly a bit undercooked in places, contains as many timeless gems as ever, while the pounding, artfully ravey live set gets this university crowd whipped up into as much of a gurning frenzy as Paul Van Dyk ever does at Gatecrasher down the road.

Perhaps most telling of all is the sheer firepower lying dormant in the new tracks. True, there are more than a sprinkling of back catalogue diamonds, but with the exception of hardy perennials 'Satan' and 'Impact (The Earth Is Burning)' these merely provide the more reflective moments. So a new, breakbeat injected version of 'Belfast' gives a contemplative counterpoint to the clipped and classy synth-stomping of 'Last Thing', while 'Are We Here' acts as a blissful backdrop to an acid-fried 'Oi!' that gets the (ge)E'd up crowd whooping and hollering like England have just won the World Cup.

And guess what? It gets even better. The 'Weekend Raver' mix of plangent single 'Funny Break (One's Enough)' is an epic, tranced out slice of impossibly euphoric house that would sound just as comfortable in one of Sasha's DJ sets, while that maligned David Gray collaboration, 'Illuminate', is positively revelatory. Just as The Chemical Brothers weave Noel Gallagher's retro vocals on 'Setting Sun' into a psychedelic maelstrom on the live stage, so Gray's vocals are mutilated through a vocoder to create a soaring, giddily rave-tastic stormer that makes even 'Satan' sound a bit muted.

So whereas songs from previous long-player 'The Middle Of Nowhere' are conspicuous by their absence, the polished, almost too sophisticated veneer of the last tour has been replaced by a timeless dancefloor nous that will rock the world of everyone from glo-stick trance kids to ageing ravers. If you still think the pair are clapped out after experiencing this then you are truly missing the point.

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