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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1371
Media: 1 CD Audio
Time: 45:57
Catalog: Elements of Crime: 022
Source: Radio Broadcast
Date: February 14, 1980
Location: Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri, USA



DISC 1
2112   14:30
The Spirit of Radio   5:17
Natural Science   8:24
Beneath, Between and Behind   2:29
Working Man / Anthem / Bastille Day / In The Mood / Drum Solo   10:35
Fly By Night / In the Mood   4:43



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Average Rating:

Rush Trading Register
  

This is a complete rip-off. On first glance it looks like another excellent boot from St Louis 1980, a la La Villa Strangiato or Spirit of St Louis. It is NOT! Although the recording is of that show, it sounds like they used a cassette recording from the original vinyl boot as a master for the CD. Loads of hiss and very incomplete. In fact it doesn't even get to stereo for a good 10 minutes! Add to that the incomplete track selection . NO By Tor, NO Xanadu, NO La Villa, two tracks lifted from All The World's A Stage and you have a disaster. If you come across this - avoid it. If you don't have La Villa or Spirit on CD then trade for a cassette copy - you'll be doing yourself a favor.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

This boot is a bit different than the many others from this show, in that a few songs are missing, and two songs from ATWAS are actually tacked on the end. What?s interesting is that this version (minus the ATWAS tracks) was actually very common in the early to mid-80s, until the full version began to circulate around 1984.   (1999-04-01)

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