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Is There Anybody Out There?

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1111
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 2:45:00 ?
Catalog: I-Vent: 1202.12-98
Source: Audience
Date: November 06, 1996
Location: Corestates Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA



DISC 1
Dreamline
The Big Money / Wipeout
Driven
Half the World
Red Barchetta
Animate
Limbo
The Trees
Red Sector A
Virtuality
Nobody's Hero
Closer To The Heart

DISC 2
2112
Test For Echo
Subdivisions
Freewill
Roll The Bones
Resist
Leave That Thing Alone
Drum Solo

DISC 3
Natural Science
Force Ten
The Spirit Of Radio
Tom Sawyer
YYZ / Cygnus X-1



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Average Rating:

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

This is a truly amazing performance from about 2 weeks into the TFE tour. By this point, the boys are tightening up again. Everything is solid, no vocal flubs or missed cues. This show is special for the performance of "Resist."    (1999-04-01)

Cary's Notes
  

While Ron's notes above are for this show, I believe they refer to a different source or an analog generation gap of the original DAT. I-vent Records released this show under two titles: Is There Anybody Out There, and Look and See.    (2001-06-24)

Ben
  

The title would be better suited for a Pink Floyd show but anyway?Another show I was lucky enough to attend, that was performed in the (new at the time) Core States (now) First Union Center (or whatever they call it these days) in Philadelphia. This venue is of the LARGE and CAVERNOUS hockey arena variety and this sounds like it! My guess is that the taper was between 30 ?40 rows to mid-hall back from the stage since it has an such an ?airy? quality to it. You can pretty much hear everything that?s going on, but it just sounds distant. Besides sound, there are cuts in Red Sector A and Natural Science (probably tape flips) and some in between songs cuts (which makes no sense since this is a 3 disc show no matter HOW you cut it up??) With all of that in mind, I do have to comment that it was an excellent performance! It?s just a shame that a better sounding version isn?t making its way around the trading circles. Only recommended for the serious collector, complete-ist, or if you were there, there are many other better sounding shows out there from this tour.    (2001-06-24)

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