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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1232
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 64:04, 52:59
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 50588
Source: Audience
Date: May 05, 1988
Location: Hans Martin Schleyer Hall, Stuttgart, Germany



DISC 1
The Big Money   5:53
Subdivisions   5:17
Limelight   4:38
Marathon   6:45
Turn the Page   4:42
Prime Mover   5:23
Manhattan Project   4:59
Closer to the Heart   4:17
Red Sector A   5:19
Force Ten   4:44
Time Stand Still   5:15
Distant Early Warning   6:17

DISC 2
Lock and Key   6:13
Mission   5:45
Territories   6:03
YYZ / Rhythm Method   8:41
Red Lenses   0:26
The Spirit of Radio   5:00
Tom Sawyer   6:00
2112   6:06
La Villa Strangiato   5:23
In the Mood   3:21



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Average Rating:Audio: 5.5

Bill Girton
   (Audio - 7)

This is a very good audience recording. The show is from the last night of the Hold Your Fire Tour and the band puts on a very good performance. All the instruments can be heard fine, especially the bass. The guitar is a little low in parts but is fine overall. Audience noise is minimal, just enough to add the live ambiance. The only negative thing about the show is that the drum solo is cut in the middle and spaced between cassette one and two. Hopefully I will get to splicing it back together but for now that's the way it is. Overall a show I highly recommend.   (2001-06-24)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

This is the first full HYF show I obtained, and what a show it is. The setlist is the same as it was for the entire tour -- pretty much what you?d expect. But, it doesn?t have some of the "doctoring" that exists on the ASOH live album, which in my opinion makes it better to have. This sounds like a very small hall, giving the show a more intimate feeling. The highlights here are the versions of Lock and Key, Prime Mover, and an HYF-era Limelight. This is one of the best audience ROIOs I?ve yet heard, rivaling even Fresno ?78 or Rotterdam ?92 (if you have these, you?ll know how good that is). One could almost imagine that these songs could have been placed on the ASOH album without needing any extra polishing. The signal level is unusually high for an ROIO, so there?s no annoying hum. The EQ is slightly bass-heavy, but that may be a plus, depending on how you like your music to sound. All instruments are very clearly audible. This is the definitive HYF show. As with all Digital Reproductions recordings, it's only available via free trade and never for sale. Just visit the trading links section to find people that will gladly trade this recording for free.    (2000-03-26)

Aramis K. Vidaurre
   (Audio - 4)

There is not much to say about this one. Before making any comment, letís first thank the taper. Now, the recording is poor. The instruments are quite distant, completely at the back; the drums are almost unperceivable in some segments. Thus, it is quite difficult to appreciate their performance. The title really suits the boot. It is just for the collection.    (2008-03-04)

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