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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1257
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 57:35, 55:24, 46:04
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-10396
Source: Audience (DAT Master)
Date: November 03, 1996
Location: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA



DISC 1
Dreamline   5:33
The Big Money / Wipeout   7:08
Driven   5:07
Half The World   3:57
Red Barchetta   6:52
Animate   7:03
Limbo   5:25
The Trees   5:21
Red Sector A   5:17
Virtuality   5:54

DISC 2
Nobody's Hero   5:36
Closer to the Heart   4:51
2112   20:34
Test for Echo   7:05
Subdivisions   5:38
Freewill   5:40
Roll the Bones   5:59

DISC 3
Resist   4:53
Leave That Thing Alone   4:42
The Rhythm Method   7:56
Natural Science   8:04
Force Ten   4:49
The Spirit of Radio   4:57
Tom Sawyer   5:49
YYZ   4:53



T4E Vishnu And Gaia.pdf
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Average Rating:Audio: 8.5

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8.5)

An excellent show, one of the better sounding shows from the first leg of the tour. Taken from a clone of the dat master. Pittsburgh is not only the town Rush has played more often than any other, this is the first venue that Neil played with the band back in 1974. The energy for this show seems to be up a couple notches just for the occasion. The first song starts out kind of rough, distorted. Sounds as if the PA system was distorting during the show. I would guess that they had problems with the rear surround PA speakers as there is some "slap echo" with Neil's snare drum during the concert. But all the instruments are perfectly captured and well balanced. The drums have just the right amount of punch and detail without being flabby or boomy. A highly recommendable show.    (2001-07-18)

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