The wind machine is blowing, so expect the rotor. Kim Wilde blonde hair fluttering. Welcome to the 80s. Exactly thirty years ago that the now 50-year-old British woman had her biggest hit. Skepticism. Is there tonight rather "mom in the Tempodrom" instead of "Kids in America"? Unauthorized concern. Wilde sings the classic, indestructible and still crystal clear. With her CD, "Come out and play" she is on comeback tour. Previously the British woman has written books like "Gardening with children." The new songs sound almost like the old ones. And that's good: tight trimmed guitar, drums and soft synth dry land. In the acoustic part she plays piano and sings a hymn to her dog "Jessica." An absolutely unpainful throwback to the eighties.