and this is what the critics said about ELO during the same tour:
ELO came marching onstage, the crowd went berserk. With flash
and slick visible elan, the seven-man group swung into material
taken from their recent album 'On The Third Day'... There was
something marvellously demonic about their appeal - Mik Kaminski
as a dervish fiddling fiendishly while institutions crumbled.
Mike Edwards in a frumpy overlarge black suit and top-hat, looking
like a Dickensian undertaker or sweep at his cello. The group
played a high-energy, enthusiastic set and left its audience in
an orgasm of that conspiratorial delight a good concert produces
- the fleeting intimacy of 'look what we've shared'."
Grover - New Times, Arizona