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Exit Stage Left
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Media: 1 CD Audio
Time: 69:31
Catalog: Live/Alive: IMM4090111
Source: Audience
Date: December 07, 1991
Location: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA

Intro/Force Ten
Distant Early Warning
Time Stand Still
Roll The Bones
Show Don't Tell
The Big Money
Ghost of a Chance
The Pass

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Average Rating:Audio: 7

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7)

This show is the same as "The Fly"; so the reviews apply to both ROIO's.? Personally the artwork has nothing to do with Rush, but I have always like it for some strange reason.? The sound is reasonably good, and a nice alternative to the ultra-clean Mirrors which still sounds too good to me.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 7)

Given the set list, this show is likely a copy of "The Fly"; CD, reviewed below. If so, the review below is unduly harsh. This isn?t the best RTB boot, but it?s still very good. There is a bit of fading, but for the most part, the show is clear, and a pleasure to listen to. The bass end is a bit muddy, but that?s really the only problem. Unfortunately, the entire show isn?t here.    (1999-04-01)

Rush CD Bootleg List

"The Fly" was the first CD boot out of the Roll The Bones tour, which is the only reason I bought it. Had I had a choice, I most certainly would've passed this one by. Not only is it only half the concert, but the sound leaves a lot to be desired. For the most part, the sound is very distant for both band and audience. The bass blends in too much with the rest of the music, and the drums are very muddled.? Almost like it was being recorded from inside someone's jacket. The front of the booklet has a fly; not sure what that has to do with Rush, perhaps they thought they were doing one for U2 (at that time the word "fly" was big for boots of the Zoo TV tour). The packaging is nicely done in blue, which even included in mine a translucent blue CD tray (although most of the prongs have since broke off) but has little to do with Rush. The majority of it has blue flowers, with three pictures of the band (which aren't too great either). Skip this one, there are better RTB CD boots out there. Your ears and wallet will thank you.    (1999-04-01)

Aramis K. V.A.
   (Audio - 7)

Though LU91 comes from the same venue as “The Fly”, it cannot be compared, simply because the sound is better. In this one, the instruments are clear. Still, it has the same nuances in terms of edition: forget about the intro; “Force Ten” misses 20 seconds – to mention an approximate -; “Freewill” is cut right at 3:06 to be continued in the next file; “Bravado” is nastily cut, you can only enjoy yourself during 1:06. Besides, there also some ups and downs in the sound. For example, in “Limelight” the guitar is very clear and powerful at the beginning, but then it practically disappears. “Subdivisions” has that intro with Neil’s pedal and drum. Again, they cut the version, and I say “they” because due to the quality of the recording, it would be very easy to identify a taper’s cut. So, the second part of the lyrics is missing. Besides, after the guitar riff Geddy gets a little behind having a three-second miscue. The set list finishes with “The Pass”, and that’s it, just like in the other boot mentioned, it leaves you on the fly – on the air -.   (2008-02-05)

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