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Red Alert

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1051
Media: 1 CDr Audio
Time:
Catalog: Limelight Records:
Source: Soundboard
Date: September 27, 1984
Location: Capital Center, Landover, Maryland, USA



DISC 1
The Spirit of Radio   05:03
Subdivisions   05:28
The Body Electric   05:24
The Enemy Within   05:03
The Weapon   07:57
Witch Hunt   04:52
New World Man   04:22
Between The Wheels   06:08
Red Barchetta   06:23
Distant Early Warning   06:34
Closer to the Heart   03:48
Kid Gloves   04:19
YYZ   03:14
Temples of Syrinx   01:49
Tom Sawyer   04:56



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Average Rating:Audio: 8

The Digital Dan
  

Identical to the Gypsy Eye release "Bottle of Booze" right down to the track times and cue points. Still less complete than the Digital Reproductions version "Cool Under Fire" which also includes "Red Sector A".    (2001-03-01)

Kite Boy:
   (Audio - 8)

What do you get when you take a very good soundboard recording like Tip Of The Iceberg, vastly improve the bass response, remove all the background hiss and adjust it to the correct speed? You get 'Red Alert'. An almost faultless soundboard recording which comes highly recommended. To correct Digital Dan's statement above, it appears that 'Bottle of Booze' is a copy of 'Red Alert' not the other way around. A small point perhaps but it's irritating to read Digital Dan's comment when I spent hours producing this boot, although it's an understandable mistake to make on Dan's part. I produced 'Red Alert' in April 2001 by re-mastering 'Tip of the Iceberg'. I corrected the speed, removed most of the hiss, increased the bass response and had to remove some audience noise to enable the re-mastered version to fit back onto a single CD-R. Because this process had drastically changed 'Tip of the Iceberg' I decided that it would be best to give it a new name rather than calling it 'Tip of the Iceberg - Remastered'. This boot was issued for free trade only.    (2001-04-01)

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