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Media: 1 CD Audio
Time: 65:41
Catalog: Elements of Crime: 034
Source: Soundboard
Date: September 21, 1984
March 27, 1981
January 02, 1981
Location: Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

The Spirit Of Radio   4:54
The Enemy Within   4:47
Witch Hunt   4:46
New World Man   3:52
Distant Early Warning   6:06
Red Sector A   5:23
Closer To The Heart   3:33
Freewill   5:25
YYZ / 2112: Temples of Syrinx / Tom Sawyer   9:31
Vital Signs / Finding My Way / In The Mood   8:05
Vital Signs (rehearsal ?)   3:50
Red Barchetta (rehearsal ?)   5:26

Average Rating:Audio: 9

   (Audio - 9)

Yet another GUP video soundtrack CD. Like most, this one is missing "The Weapon". Also, "Freewill" from the ESL video is included, which incidentally, sounds totally antiquated in the middle of this later-day show. For the most part, the sound is generally excellent. At times the crowd often comes through too loud, but that's just the way it is on the video. A real redeeming factor for this particular version are the two rehearsal takes. "Vital Signs" appears to be Alex and Geddy playing along to the studio album version of the song. Finally we are treated to an interesting instrumental version of "Red Barchetta".    (2001-06-24)

   (Audio - 9)

This is a feed from the GuP video. The crowd is too noisy on several instances and the sound is a bit fuzzy. ?Freewill? is CLEARLY taken from a ESL video and it sounds bad. The filler tracks are just that, fillers. First off, their faked, rehearsals my ass. There are a number of people here who can fake demos and do a ten times better job. Its just ?Vital Signs? and ?Red Barchetta? with the drums and vocals faded very low and the sound as a whole fades far out and comes in every now and again. After all this moaning is there a good point about this? Yes, the sound is pretty good, just the crowd on a number of instances is too loud. Nice little performance of ?New World Man? and a jaw-dropping performance of ?The Enemy Within?. Maybe my favorite performance of ?Red Sector A? Also, the medleys, ?YYZ/Temples of Syrinx/Tom Sawyer? & ?Vital Signs/Finding My Way/In the Mood?, are pretty damn cool. All and all, you can get a live version ?The Enemy Within? and the medleys elsewhere. You can afford to go without this bootleg. I have about 50 or 60 Rush albums I would say and this is the only one I never listen to.   (2001-06-24)

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