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Wanting To Explode


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 59:37, 56:24
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 42490
Source: Audience
Date: April 24, 1990
Location: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Force Ten   5:22
Freewill   4:00
Distant Early Warning   4:22
Time Stand Still   6:07
Subdivisions   5:22
Marathon   6:35
Red Barchetta   6:27
Superconductor   5:11
Show Don?t Tell   6:26
The Pass   4:53
Closer To The Heart   4:50

Manhattan Project   5:12
Xanadu   6:42
YYZ / Drum Solo   7:29
Scars   4:28
War Paint   5:35
Mission   5:33
Tom Sawyer   5:45
The Spirit Of Radio   4:46
2112: Overture   3:16
La Villa Strangiato   4:43
In The Mood   2:08
Pipeline / Jazz Bass   0:45

Presto Wanting to Explode.pdf
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Average Rating:Audio: 8

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8)

An incredible audience recording, one of the best from the tour. The band really gives the Philly fans something to get excited about. The mix is great and all the instruments are distinct and well formed. The only problem is some "static" that occurs during the middle 1/3 of the recording. While it doesn't ruin the songs, it may be annoying to some. I would highly recommend this 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.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review

Philadelphia is one of those towns where Rush always seems to give just a bit more. One of the great things about this show (for me anyway) is that I was there. The performance is pretty typical of the Presto tour. This however, is one of the first shows where The Spirit Of Radio was added back into the set list, in place of The Big Money. This is definitely one of the better-sounding tapes from this tour. It doesn?t need any extra EQ to sound good. The guitars are a bit too quiet, and the overall sound is a bit muddy, but this IS how the Presto sound was. The Spectrum is an arena with great house sound, and audience tapes from this venue tend to capture it quite well. This show sounds awesome at high volume!   (1999-04-01)

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