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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1226
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 61:21, 61:00
Catalog: Scarred Records: SC200004
Source: Audience
Date: April 05, 1988
Location: Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA



DISC 1
Intro
The Big Money
Subdivisions
Limelight
Marathon
Turn the Page
Prime Mover
Manhattan Project
Closer to the Heart
Red Sector A
Force Ten
Time Stand Still

DISC 2
Distant Early Warning
Lock and Key
Mission
Territories
YYZ
The Rhythm Method
The Spirit of Radio
Tom Sawyer
2112
La Villa Strangiato
In the Mood



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Average Rating:Audio: 7.333333333333333

Duley
   (Audio - 8)

I normally prefer a good sounding audience recording over a soundboard, because if you let yourself get into it, you can imagine being in the audience listening to the show. This is such a show. While I would not rate the sound quality as EX, I would say it's a strong EX-. All the instruments are easily heard. The bass is strong, but not overpowering. And you can really hear Neil beating on his drum kit. For the most part, the high end is quite clear as well. The audience is very present in this recording, but not in a bad way. They are loud and very enthusiastic, but not so that it detracts from the show. They cheer at the times you would cheer if you were in the audience. There is some talking around the taper, but for the most part it is quite faint, and usually just between the songs. While this may not be the best sounding audience show I've ever heard, it IS very good, and the best I've heard from this tour. Definitely recommended.   (2001-06-24)

Aramis K. Vidaurre
   (Audio - 6)

The fairest remark about this boot is that since it was taped almost 20 years ago, the technology and equipment was not capable of capturing the sound as it can be done now. The main ingredient of IOF is definitely the audience. The instruments are distant; hence, do not expect reverberation, punch, high or low and any other type of sound demands. A few observations: the 1:47 (symphonic) intro of “Distant Early Warning” is hardly perceived just as the first keynotes in “Subdivisions”. “Lock and Key” is a master piece; the intro is simply spectacular, but in IOF the first 5 or 7 secs are missing. One could think that it was left in the previous song in the editing, but not. Finally, in “The Temple of Syrinx”, during the last lines Geddy sings and Alex makes an impersonated chorus.    (2007-08-20)

Jordan
   (Audio - 8)

Very good recording! Some instruments can be a little muffled at times, but this is rare. At some times it produces a 'tinny' sound, but this is also rare. Definitely recommended!   (2007-10-02)

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