24 Jun 2005
A Certain Ratio live @ Cargo 
A Certain Ratio will play at Cargo, London EC2 on Thursday 11 August 2005. This performance ties in with 3 ACR LPs that have just hit the shops. 2005 has seen the re-release of 'ACR Live In America' on Melodic Records during May. The band's fourth release, 'I'd Like To See You Again' was re-released by LTM in June 2005 and a new release – 'ACR Live in Holland' (again through LTM) in July. Listen to audio samples frmo these 3 albums via www.muffjam.com.

This is ACR's first London performance for 2 years. The show will also include the rare opportunity for true fans to see them perform with the original hand made Standard 8 visuals used during some of their first ever shows in 1978.

A Certain Ratio with DJ support from Greg Wilson + Muffjam residents Sam Seed and Mr Tasty

Cargo
Kingsland Viaduct
83 Rivington Street
Shoreditch
London EC2A 3AY
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Date: Thursday 11 August 2005
Time: 7pm – 1am
Cost: 12.00 GBP on the door on in advance from Ticket Web via www.muffjam.com

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