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Home Again - Platinum Edition


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 61:28, 59:18
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-21691
Source: Audience (Analog Master)
Date: December 16, 1991
Location: Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Intro   0:40
Force Ten   4:51
Limelight   4:24
Freewill   4:05
Distant Early Warning   4:36
Time Stand Still   6:24
Dreamline   5:07
Bravado   6:56
Roll the Bones   6:06
Show Don't Tell   6:12
The Big Money   6:39
Ghost of a Chance   5:23

Subdivisions   4:12
The Pass   4:47
Where's My Thing?   5:10
The Rhythm Method   7:30
Closer to the Heart   4:43
Xanadu   6:22
Superconductor   5:09
Tom Sawyer   6:00
The Spirit of Radio   4:52
2112 Overture   3:20
Finding My Way   2:05
La Villa Strangiato   3:16
Anthem   1:46
Red Barchetta   1:33
The Spirit Of Radio (reprise)   1:05

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RTB Home Again Platinum Edition.pdf

Average Rating:Audio: 6.5

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 6.5)

Taken from the original master tapes. A decent audience recording from their hometown stop during the RtB tour. The sound is a little distant and not as sharp as so many of the other superb shows from this tour. The audience around the taper is loud, but not directly in the mic. One annoying woman (?) screams at the beginning and the end of every song, without miss or change in volume! (That comment gained the attention of the taper, and hence the finding of the master tapes) Still a good recording to have, but not for anyone but the completist as there a myriad of better sounding or better performed shows from the tour.    (2001-12-02)

Barb and Mark
   (Audio - 6.5)

We were on Digital Rush Experience and saw a show that you have listed... Home Again 12-16-91 at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto... We thought it was kind of neat that you somehow got this show... I am actually the annoying woman screaming at the beginning and end of each song!!! My friend is the one who taped the show and I was the one who got the tape recorder into it!! : ) We showed my friend this and he was totally amazed that Ron knew exactly the type of tape recorder was used. Anyway we thought you might like that one!!!    (2001-12-10)

Taper's Notes
   (Audio - 6.5)

The way the show came about being taped was a little unique for us!! We took a bus to Toronto to see Rush!! We decided to go early in the day to give us time to look around in different stores. While we were shopping Darren found a walkman/recorder. Of course, he bought it!! As the day went on and the show time was closer the problem arised... what was Darren going to do with the walkman?? There was no way he was going to leave it locked up in a bus locker in downtown Toronto!! A friend of Darren's met us at the Eaton's center for coffee and came up with the solution!! That solution was me!!! He figured that with me wearing spandex and a fanny pack I could put the walkman in the front of my pants and the fanny pack should conceil the fact that it was there!! Well, it actually worked!!! And because of Darren's idea to buy the walkman and his friends idea on how to get it in we all have another Rush show to listen to!! Enjoy!!!   (2001-12-02)


This is a real long shot. I was at this show and remember it well. I had already seen rush a few times by then and have seen them a few more since. The reason this show was a special one is because The Tragically Hip opened and went on to become quite force in live rock here in Canada. It was my first Tragically Hip show and I have since seen them 55+ times. It would mean alot to me if any of the opening act was taped? I'm sure back then it was such a feat to get equipment in that unknown openers weren't important... thought I would ask anyways. I would love the show regardless.   (2007-03-10)

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