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All the Worlds a Stage
A Farewell to Kings
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Moving Pictures
Exit Stage Left
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Grace Under Pressure
Second Tour of the Nadars
Power Windows
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Signals From London


Media: 2 CD Audio
Catalog: Tornado: TOR045/046
Source: Audience
Date: May 21, 1983
March 25, 1986
Location: Wembly Arena, London, England
Civic Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

The Spirit of Radio
Tom Sawyer
Digital Man
Vital Signs
The Camera Eye
Closer to the Heart
The Analog Kid
The Trees
Red Barchetta
The Weapon
New World Man

Temples of Syrinx
La Villa Strangiato
In the Mood
YYZ / Drum Solo
The Big Money
Manhattan Project
Middletown Dreams
Witch Hunt
Red Sector A
The Trees
Mystic Rhythms

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Average Rating:Audio: 7.5

Brent's Bootlegs:
   (Audio - 7.5)

HEY! You don't want this bootleg! You want the Remastered version! Seriously though, you probably want Signals From London Remaster instead of this version. This version runs about 5% too fast. The remaster corrects this problem. If you slow a CD down though, it takes up more space.. so on the remaster there is no Mystic Rhythms on the 2nd Disc. This show is the absolute best bootleg that is available from the Signals tour .... oh by the way ... GET THE REMASTERED VERSION! hehe    (1999-04-01)

Rush Trading Register

Wembley Arena, 1983. Rush had not visited since the Exit.. tour and was I ever ready.? From what I remember the show was superb, video was much more prevalent and the keyboards where very much to the fore.? So how about the bootleg? - does it do the memories justice. - Yes? - and then some. This is one of those superb audience boots which, when played loud - and I do mean LOUD - really gives you the feeling you where there.? This is probably the best sounding Signals boot out there and certainly the only one committed to CD. For this leg of the tour, Rush dropped Chemistry and where definitely having fun - as the vocals on 'Plumber Who Fix Your Sinks' bears witness.? Other highlights include rockin renditions of Digital Man and Vital Signs plus Countdown.? As a bonus we get some 'Power Windows' filler tracks on disc-2.? Unfortunately while these are nice to have the quality is nowhere near as good as the London show - however a rare treat is a version of Middletown Dreams!!? Packaging is a let down and rather badly designed - but who buys boots for the pretty pictures?? I love this boot!    (1999-04-01)

Nate Hertzog:
   (Audio - 7.5)

A decent audience recording from a great show with an even better setlist.? But this show runs about 5% too fast and the signal levels are inconsistent.? Signals From London Remaster corrects these problems, and is a much better boot for that reason.? So there's really no need for this boot now that the remaster is available.? You don't want this, you want the remaster.    (1999-04-01)

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