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Fly By Night
Caress of Steel
All the Worlds a Stage
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Moving Pictures
Exit Stage Left
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Grace Under Pressure
Second Tour of the Nadars
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Snakes and Arrows Live
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Media: 2 CD Audio
Time: 51:02, 64:59
Catalog: Red Robin Records: RRR 021/022
Source: Audience
Date: March 15, 1992
Location: Nassau Coliseum, Long Island, New York, USA

Intro / Force Ten   3:39
Limelight   4:15
Freewill / Distant Early Warning   8:25
Time Stand Still   5:16
Dreamline   4:56
Bravado   6:16
Roll the Bones   6:07
Show Don't Tell   5:57
The Big Money   6:09

Ghost of a Chance   5:22
Subdivisions   3:39
The Pass   4:47
Where's My Thing   5:28
The Rhythm Method   7:08
Closer to the Heart   4:30
Xanadu / Superconductor   11:42
Tom Sawyer   5:05
The Spirit of Radio   4:34
2112 Overture/ Finding My Way / La Villa Strangiato/Anthem / Red Barchetta   12:42

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Average Rating:Audio: 6

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 6)

blah! Just another ho-hum audience recording from the Roll the Bones Tour. It is not particularly good nor is it particularly bad. One annoying feature on this boot is that almost every song fades in and fades out which results in some beginnings of the song being cut off. The only time there is not a fade to silence between tracks is when two songs naturally flow together. You can tell that the whole production of this CD was just slopped together. They list Xanadu as Hamadu on the covers. What a joke!!! My conclusion is thus: you do not need this CD unless you were actually at this show and would get warm fuzzy feelings to relive the experience again. Otherwise, there are much better sounding boots from this tour.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 6)

I used to own a copy of this, but I eventually sold it, and later reacquired a tape copy. The one comment I can give which really sums this one up it that it seems as though no care went into it whatsoever. The sound is OK, but it?s very unbalanced, and it?s hard to hear Alex. Factor in all the cuts, and why bother? Unless you?re a completist or a masochist, avoid this one.    (1999-04-01)

Great Rush Bootleg Series
   (Audio - 6)

Good Audience recording. Has fade-outs between songs, sometimes cutting off the ending or beginning of songs. Double CD, contains most of the show. "Xanadu" is listed as "Hamadu," "Ghost of a Chance" is "Ghost of a Dance," and "Subdivisions" is "Sub Divisions." The cover is a picture of Neil in concert, around the time of Signals. The first part of "Force Ten" is cut off.   (1999-04-01)

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