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Rush 'N' Roulette '92

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1272
Media: 2 CD Audio
Time: 62:53, 63:18
Catalog: Silver Rarities: SIRA 54/55
Source: Soundboard
Date: January 30, 1992
Location: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California, USA



DISC 1
Force Ten
Limelight
Freewill
Distant Early Warning
Time Stand Still
Dreamline
Bravado
Roll the Bones
Show Don't Tell
The Big Money
Ghost of a Chance

DISC 2
Subdivisions
The Pass
Where's My Thing?
The Rhythm Method
Closer to the Heart
Xanadu
Superconductor
Tom Sawyer
The Spirit of Radio
2112 Overture
Finding My Way
La Villa Strangiato
Anthem
Red Barchetta
The Spirit of Radio



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Average Rating:Audio: 9

Great Rush Bootleg Series
   (Audio - 9)

The single best sounding Rush bootleg. Too bad the show wasn?t as good as the recording! Rush are obviously going through the motions. This was to be Les Claypool?s (of Primus) tape, but some sneaky dude stole it and took off with it at the end of the show. Good for us, but I feel sort of sorry for Les.    (1999-04-01)

Rush CD Bootleg List
   (Audio - 9)

This is arguably the best double-CD bootleg out there. Taken from a soundboard recording of an early Roll the Bones concert, it sounds almost like an official live Rush album. It merely lacks the final mix of elements to make a "true" live album (sometimes the crowd is too loud, sometimes very faint). The original recording of this show is somewhat in question. Story has it that Les Claypool (bassist for the group Primus, an opening act on the RTB tour) wanted to hear a recording of one of the shows. A DAT copy of the soundboard was sent to him, but intercepted along the way and made into this double CD. Whether or not the story is true, the sound quality on this is almost a guarantee that this is from a (or copy of a) soundboard recording. The packaging on the CD is weak, although there are pictures taken from the RTB tour included inside. Two of the songs are mislabeled: "Dreamline" is "Dream Life", and "Subdivisions" is "Sub Divisions". Overall though, care was taken to make the track listing fairly accurate. This is a no-nonsense, no-frills, must-have CD. In this little gem you're paying for sound quality, not pretty pictures. If you can only buy one RTB show, this is the one to get.   (1999-04-01)

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