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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1266
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 57:37, 53:38, 51:48
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-01996
Source: Audience (DAT Master Clone)
Date: October 19, 1996
Location: Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, New York, USA



DISC 1
Intro   0:42
Dreamline   5:05
The Big Money   7:09
Driven   4:57
Half the World   3:56
Red Barchetta   6:50
Animate   7:01
Limbo   5:28
The Trees   5:08
Red Sector A   5:23
Virtuality   5:59

DISC 2
Nobody's Hero   5:12
Closer to the Heart   4:40
2112   19:27
Test for Echo   7:03
Subdivisions   5:34
Freewill   5:31
Roll the Bones   6:11

DISC 3
Resist   4:43
Leave That Thing Alone   4:38
The Rhythm Method   7:21
Natural Science   7:58
Force Ten   5:09
Time and Motion   4:57
The Spirit of Radio   5:00
Tom Sawyer   6:48
YYZ   5:14



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T4E Initial Reflections.pdf


Average Rating:Audio: 7.5

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7.5)

Taken from a digital clone of the master source, this is one of the finest shows from the first leg. Being opening night, the crowd is understandably enthusiastic about the performance. This is also one of the more unique setlists from the tour with "The Big Money", "Red Sector A", "Resist", and "Time and Motion" all in the same show. The sound quality is a huge step up from "Never Stand Still" as it is a different source. The instruments are wonderfully balanced and clear. The crowd is very loud, but there aren't any annoying individuals, just an overall "roar". This is also a complete show devoid of any edits, hiccups or other types of deletions. Highly recommended as possibly one of the best audience shows from the first leg of the tour. Thanks again to Rubicon for acquiring the source. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is for free trade only and not to be bought or sold.    (2000-07-01)

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