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Storm In St. Petersburg


Media: 2 CD Audio
Time: 75:25, 72:30
Catalog: Home Records: HR5973/74
Source: Audience
Date: March 04, 1994
February 20, 1990
Location: Suncoast Dome, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
Bayfront Auditorium, St. Pertersburg, Florida, USA

Dreamline   5:06
The Spirit Of Radio   4:59
The Analog Kid   6:02
Cold Fire   4:29
Time Stand Still   5:54
Nobody's Hero   5:13
Roll The Bones   6:09
Animate   7:31
Stick It Out   4:44
Double Agent   4:55
Limelight   4:32
Mystic Rhythms   5:57
Closer to the Heart   5:30
Show Don't Tell   5:18

Leave That Thing Alone / The Rhythm Method   10:08
The Trees / Xanadu / Hemispheres / Tom Sawyer   21:40
Force Ten   4:39
YYZ/Cygnus X-1   5:01
Marathon   7:04
Red Barchetta   7:04
The Pass   5:25
War Paint   5:53
Mission   5:58

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Average Rating:Audio: 5.833333333333333

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 5.5)

This recording is pretty pathetic. It sounds like it was recorded from the men's bathroom as the concert was going on inside the arena. The only reason you might want this is if you're a hardcore Rush collector (like me!). This CD is also the exact same recording as a bootleg entitled "Storm in St. Petersburg", so avoid that one too.    (1999-04-01)

   (Audio - 6.5)

I've been avoiding to get this boot for a long time due to the reviews here. I will totally disagree with the reviews in one aspect and agree in the other. There are some loud fans on the recording. If you can put up with the occasional whistles and yells during some popular songs like TSOR, Limelight, CTTH, etc. and listen to the non-popular songs like The Analog Kid, Stick It Out and Animate, then this is a good show. It is a bit distant, but it sounds very much like a DAT recording. The bass is punchy and powerful and the sound is steady and clean. I would rate this a VG/VG+ for majority of the show. If you're looking for great audience CP shows, try Animated Steel, Dane's Bane or Come To A Standstill.    (2001-02-01)

Rush CD Bootleg List
   (Audio - 5.5)

This boot can be summed up in one word: avoid! Although this does contain the entire Counterparts show, the sound quality if pitiful. The crowd comes through better than the music itself; in some places it sounds like they were yelling for the purpose of being recorded on tape. The band is very muffled and distant; the bass seems to come through pretty well, but the guitar usually doesn't. This cd also contains several songs from a RTB show, which could have redeemed it. The sound quality of these songs is just as poor as the CP show, and sound more tinny. It's also missing most of the volume out of the left channel. The booklet has a neat picture of the band during soundcheck (as evidenced by Alex's shorts and sandals), taken from behind them. Too bad it was taken from the Counterparts tourbook. The other pictures have also appeared on other boots, but are all recent shots. This boot is identical to the "Florida 1994" cd, same show, same recording, same dismal sound. Avoid both of them, there are better CP shows out there (although I have yet to find one!)    (1999-04-01)

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