Alphabetical Listing
Audio Only Listing
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Fly By Night
Caress of Steel
All the Worlds a Stage
A Farewell to Kings
Tour of the Semispheres
Permanent Waves
Pre-Moving Pictures Tour
Moving Pictures
Exit Stage Left
First Tour of the Nadars
Grace Under Pressure
Second Tour of the Nadars
Power Windows
Hold Your Fire
Roll the Bones
Test For Echo
Vapor Trails
30th Anniversary
Snakes and Arrows
Snakes and Arrows Live
Time Machine
A Spirit Without Radio


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 54:50, 68:27
Catalog: Timeless Motion:
Source: Audience
Date: April 18, 1992
Location: Wembly Arena, London, England

Force Ten   4:43
Limelight   4:42
Freewill   4:02
Distant Early Warning   4:25
Time Stand Still   6:03
Dreamline   5:00
Bravado   6:56
Roll the Bones   6:02
Show Don't Tell   6:09
The Big Money   6:28

Ghost of a Chance   5:36
Subdivisions   4:08
The Pass   4:48
Where's My Thing?   5:31
The Rhythm Method   7:33
Closer to the Heart   4:20
Xanadu   6:55
Superconductor   5:10
Tom Sawyer   6:02
The Spirit of Radio   5:03
2112 Overture   3:14
Finding My Way   2:09
La Villa Strangiato   3:14
Anthem   1:45
Red Barchetta   1:35
The Spirit Of Radio (reprise)   1:15

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Average Rating:Audio: 8

Ben Jones
   (Audio - 8)

WOW!!! What a show! The sound is incredibly rich and full, Ged's vocals are right on cue tonight, and Al's guitars have a nice chunky, crisp sound to them! Taken from a nice low generation tape, it's extremely clear. The only cuts that are on this boot are between Roll the Bones and Show Don't Tell, and before the encore. Thankfully, no music is lost. There are a few abrupt sonic changes on this show, but the sound quality isn't really hurt by it. Unfortunately, the first three minutes of Force Ten keeps flanging, but soon leaves. The sound is definitely EX- through about 90% of the show. The encore, for some reason, is muffled, but everything still comes through clearly. That is the only section that gets the VG+. Now, there is a bit of speculation regarding the date. The guy I got it off said it was from the 17th, but Ron's guide says the only tape is from the 18th. Now, I have enough intelligence not to go by one guide, so I looked for clues. If you listen to Run From the Fans, you can hear a whislte and a distant "YEAH" just before the synth kick in on Roll the Bones... The same thing is on this audience source... Buuuuuut... If you listen to Distant Early Warning, after the guitar solo, when Ged is doing the synths at full tilt, he does a little "Oooohhhhh," or "Yeeeeaaaahhh," (I forget which) before going into that F to G riff... He doesn't do that on this Audience source. Also, at the end of Limelight, on Run From the Fans, Ged sings "The underlying theeeeeeme," and he holds the word. On this audience note, he cuts the note quite quickly... It is my theory that Run From the Fans was not taped on the 17th alone. I think it was taped from BOTH nights at Wembley and then broadcast... That is the only thing that I can think of in all of this... I'm gonna go with the guide and say that this is from the 18th. There is one thing that REALLY makes this show stand out... They REALLY mess up the intro to 2112! I've never heard such a screw up in all my life!    (2002-10-20)

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