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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1209
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 57:26, 51:21, 53:32
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-24996
Source: Scanner / 2nd Gen analog
Date: December 09, 1996
Location: Ice Palace, Tampa, Florida, USA



DISC 1
Dreamline   4:39
The Big Money / Wipeout   7:17
Driven   5:24
Half The World   4:00
Red Barchetta   6:58
Animate   6:53
Limbo   5:32
The Trees   5:28
Red Sector A   5:18
Virtuality   5:54

DISC 2
Nobody's Hero   5:46
Closer to the Heart   5:10
2112   21:43
Test for Echo   7:16
Subdivisions   5:44
Freewill   5:42

DISC 3
Roll the Bones   6:25
Resist   4:27
Leave That Thing Alone   4:48
The Rhythm Method   8:35
Natural Science   8:13
Force Ten   4:49
The Spirit of Radio   5:34
Tom Sawyer   5:36
YYZ   5:01



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T4E Black Ice.pdf


Average Rating:Audio: 7

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7.5)

A most interesting source indeed. It is a scanner source, but it captures all the instruments rather well. The only thing lesser on this source is that the acoustic guitar, some keyboards, and some sound effects are captured as "bleed through" on what ever monitor this particular scanner channel was picking up on this night. It is the complete show, analog sourced, and there for some hiss. Sound quality is very near soundboard with only the occasional short transient. The source has been digitally remastered to boost the signal and to equalize it similarly to a soundboard recording. In some ways it is too bad these aren't taped directly to DAT, MD, or hard drives. There could be a lot more you could do with them if they were. All in all something quite unique in the long lineage of scanner sourced recordings. If you already have some of the better audience shows form the tour, this is worth picking up as well.    (2001-06-26)

Aramis K. Vidaurre ÁLVAREZ
   (Audio - 6.5)

This is a scanner-sourced boots floating around with ambiance isolation and an average equalization (very low range); the sound is hollow, which doesn’t really get a fair impression of the performance. Additionally, the fact that all the instruments are –almost- captured makes BI less attractive. Listening to some portions of “Closer to the Heart”, you cannot tell if this is really a scanner source, since it sounds quite clear. In deed, in “Test for Echo” you can hear a feedback cutting right through mark 2:24. Personally, I prefer “Nobody’s Hero” in its full “electric version”. I am not quite convinced that BI can get your attention.    (2009-04-07)

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