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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1336
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 55:40, 57:30
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-61992-7
Source: Audience
Date: June 19, 1992
Location: Meadowlands Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA



DISC 1
Intro
Force Ten
Limelight
Freewill
Distant Early Warning
Time Stand Still
Dreamline
Bravado
Roll The Bones
Show Don?t Tell
The Big Money

DISC 2
Ghost Of A Chance
Vital Signs
The Analog Kid
The Trees
Where?s My Thing
The Rhythm Method
Closer To The Heart
Xanadu
Superconductor
Tom Sawyer



Out To Pasture Label.pdf
Out To Pasture.pdf
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Average Rating:Audio: 7

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7)

The recording starts off a bit dull but improves considerably after the first few songs. It is a little distant, but Geddy's vocals are very clear and the rest of the band sounds great even if Alex is a little low in the mix. Unfortunately, the encore is missing for some strange reason. The highlights of this show are the songs added for the second North American leg of the tour.

The version of Vital Signs on this recording is one of the best live versions I've ever heard. Far more intense than the studio version and Alex's solo at the end has more feeling and emotion than usual. It is almost bluesy in nature, awesome would be another word for the performance. You can tell the band is really enjoying adding the trio of "Vital Signs", "The Analog Kid", and "The Trees". All three sound so fresh and yet so much more intense than on the previous few tours. There are better sounding and more complete shows from this tour, yet this is still a very enjoyable show and still worth getting. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is only available via free trade. So don't be a fool and pay for what you can have for free trade :) See the trading links section for people that will gladly trade you DR recordings.?    (2001-02-04)

Ron's Rush RoIO Guide
   (Audio - 7)

You have to love these last-leg RTB shows. Geddy mentions that this is the last set of shows played in America on this tour. This is a good crowd and a great show, with the addition of "Vital Signs," "The Analog Kid," and "The Trees," which make the show that much better. Unfortunately, the encore medley is missing. Also, the last part of the drum solo is cut ? but it's a clean cut, which cross-fades into "Closer To The Heart." The sound starts out a bit distant, but gradually gets better as the show goes on. Not the best boot from this portion of the tour, but it's still a great listen and a collectible show.   (2003-11-30)

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