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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1258
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 67:24, 62:35, 29:41
Catalog: I-Vent: 1010.21-98
Source: Audience
Date: November 04, 1996
Location: Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USA



DISC 1
Dreamline   6:24
The Big Money / Wipeout   5:42
Driven   6:04
Half The World   3:48
Red Barchetta   6:57
Animate   6:16
Limbo   5:38
The Trees   5:11
Red Sector A   5:13
Virtuality   5:52
Nobody's Hero   5:15
Closer To The Heart   4:56

DISC 2
2112   20:21
Test For Echo   7:17
Subdivisions   5:37
Freewill   5:34
Roll The Bones   6:01
Time and Motion   5:17
Leave That Thing Alone / Drum Solo   12:28

DISC 3
Natural Science   8:06
Force Ten   4:51
The Spirit Of Radio   4:52
Tom Sawyer   5:39
YYZ / Cygnus X-1   6:12



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Average Rating:Audio: 7

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 7)

In past tours, Cleveland was always a special town for Rush, and this tour was no exception. This highly-charged show comes from early in the tour, just as things are really starting to come together. By this point, "Time And Motion" was being phased out, but we get a performance of it in this show. Also interesting is the detail of this tape, which reveals a keyboard backing during the outro of The Big Money as well as some double-tracked guitar effects on Half The World.? This is definitely one of the best sounding shows from this tour. If not for some distortion and a bit of minor fading, it would probably be the best. Still, it features some great sound, and probably the best instrument resolution of any TFE tape so far. Great at high volumes!    (2001-03-29)

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