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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1206
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time:
Catalog: Syrinx Productions: SRR-002
Source: Audience
Audience
A Work in Progress
Test for Echo World Premier
Date: December 15, 1996
November 04, 1996
April 23, 2002
January 01, 1996
Location: Continental Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Studio
Studio



DISC 1
Dreamline
The Big Money
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
The Rhythm Method
Natural Science

DISC 3
Force 10
The Spirit of Radio
Tom Sawyer
YYZ
Time and Motion
Limbo (alternate studio version)
Momo's Dance Party
Geddy Speaks
Alex Speaks
Neil Speaks



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Average Rating:Audio: 6.25

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 6)

It's another *GREAT* sounding audience recording from the T4E tour. Hopefully you can detect some sarcasm. This show is no different from the countless other bad T4E recordings. There is almost as much background noise as there is music. At least this is an entire concert. There are a few bonus tracks that are decent. Momo's Dance Party is from Neil Peart's instructional video "A Work in Progress" and the last 3 tracks are from the T4E Radio Premiere interviews. They are all a nice listen if you haven't heard them before. The alternate version of Limbo is nothing special. I have learned that for the most part, alternate studio versions of Rush songs are nothing special. The difference between the original and the alternate version is so minimal and the sound quality of the alternate version is so poor, you might as well pop in your official CD and listen to the real thing. The packaging of this boot is also nothing special. Each CD is in a separate jewel case and the liners look like they were printed on a low quality inkjet printer. The CDR media used for this release is very cheap. Just listening to the originals you can hear the swishy background sound that is indicative of bad/cheap media. Unless you were in attendance of the 12/15/96 show ... I cannot think of a good reason to seek after this bootleg.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 6.5)

The final show of the first leg of the tour, this ROIO captures what is in my mind, one of the best shows of the tour. Geddy seems in unusually high spirits tonight, cautioning the older folks in the crowd to take their vitamins if they want to get through the show. He also introduces Resist as a "fine Scottish song" and tells the crowd that the band is going for some "psychiatric attention" during the break. All in all, a very tight performance. This was a hard tape to grade sound-wise. The sound is very well-balanced and well mixed, with a good EQ. The problem is that the sound is a bit thin at times, and the bass is muddy. Some may be inclined to grade this one slightly lower, but this is still one of the better tapes from this tour so far.    (1999-04-01)

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