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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1089
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 67:27, 67:04
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-62792
Source: Audience (2nd gen, FM Scanner)
Date: June 27, 1992
Location: Alpine Valley Music Theater, East Troy, Wisconsin, USA



DISC 1
Force Ten   5:08
Limelight   4:29
Freewill   4:11
Distant Early Warning   4:36
Time Stand Still   6:46
Dreamline   5:04
Bravado   7:06
Roll The Bones   6:20
Show Don?t Tell   6:17
The Big Money   6:58
Ghost Of A Chance   5:35
Vital Signs   4:56

DISC 2
The Analog Kid   5:59
The Trees   4:59
Where?s My Thing   5:50
The Rhythm Method   7:40
Closer To The Heart   4:53
Xanadu   6:46
Superconductor   5:08
Tom Sawyer   7:08
The Spirit Of Radio   4:57
Overture   3:21
Finding My Way   2:07
La Villa Strangiato   3:16
Anthem   1:45
Red Barchetta   1:34
The Spirit Of Radio   0:54
Cygnus X-1   0:47



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Average Rating:Audio: 7.5

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7.5)

Another full show from the last leg of the RtB tour. Ok, how to describe this show. Well this is another Scanner reception recording similar to "Naked Wires" but of much better sound quality. Alex can be heard on the left channel as an electric guitar with no effects. Since Alex uses a wireless guitar system, some people were able to pick it up on a scanner and record it. This is one such case. Alex comes through very clearly with the rest of the band on the monitor channel on the right channel.

While this is probably not a recording I would listen to a lot, it does have its merits. A recording like this provides a very unique perspective and insight into how the songs are deconstructed because you can follow one instrument almost exclusively. If you are a guitar player and are trying to learn Alex's style, this recording is very useful. I have a friend that is a gifted guitar player, and he's using the left channel to transcribe Alex's guitar parts. As with all Digital Reproductions recordings, this is available for free trade or for blank trade. You should never pay for this recording as any one of a hundred Rush fans will trade you this recording for free. Please visit the traders section for more information.    (2001-02-04)

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