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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1316
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 59:44, 53:25
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-41092
Source: Audience (Master Tape)
Date: April 10, 1992
Location: Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, England



DISC 1
Freewill   4:03
Distant Early Warning   4:23
Time Stand Still   6:14
Dreamline   4:58
Bravado   6:49
Roll the Bones   6:06
Show Don't Tell   6:16
The Big Money   6:34
Ghost of a Chance   5:28
Subdivisions   4:07
The Pass   4:46

DISC 2
Where's My Thing?   5:24
The Rhythm Method   7:24
Closer to the Heart   4:50
Xanadu   6:39
Superconductor   5:08
Tom Sawyer   5:56
The Spirit of Radio   4:53
2112 Overture   3:18
Finding My Way   2:07
La Villa Strangiato   3:12
Anthem   1:44
Red Barchetta   1:33
The Spirit Of Radio (reprise)   1:13



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Average Rating:Audio: 6

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 6)

Taken from the cassette masters, this is another fairly typical UK audience source. Compressed to the midrange in frequency response and somewhat distant sounding. Probably recorded very close to the rear surround speaker stacks as the sound effects come through loud and clear. Geddy is most affected by the distance and can be rather low in the mix. Neil sounds fairly good and Alex is relatively clear. The audience is well behaved around the taper, but the overall audience noise is pretty loud, once again very common for UK audience shows from all tours. A good performance and a good show. Unfortunately it isn't the complete show as "Force Ten" and "Limelight" are missing. As Geddy reminds the crowd, this is the first European city Rush ever played. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is for free trade only and should never be sold or bought. Keep the spirit of trading alive.    (2002-05-15)

LeeGeddy
   (Audio - 6)

This show isn't that great in the sound quality department, but a fairly rare show. Many thanks to Mark AKA Jacko for taping the show and letting DR remaster the source. The title is derived from the nickname of the road "A57" which runs from Sheffield and Manchester, England.    (2002-05-15)

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