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Fly By Night
Caress of Steel
All the Worlds a Stage
A Farewell to Kings
Tour of the Semispheres
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Moving Pictures
Exit Stage Left
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Grace Under Pressure
Second Tour of the Nadars
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Time Machine
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Media: 1 CD Audio
Time: 78:42
Catalog: Metal Crash: MECD1160
Source: Audience
Date: March 09, 1994
Location: Madison Square Gardens, New York, New York, USA

Intro/ Dreamline   6:39
The Spirit Of Radio   5:01
The Analog Kid   6:09
Cold Fire   4:30
Time Stand Still   5:59
Nobody's Hero   5:00
Roll The Bones   6:08
Animate   7:38
Stick It Out   5:14
Double Agent   4:54
Limelight   4:39
Mystic Rhythms   5:56
Closer To The Heart   5:24
Show Don't Tell   5:30

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Average Rating:Audio: 7

Bill Girton
   (Audio - 7)

This is a very good audience recording. The entire band can be heard fine. There are a few slices between some songs. No music is cut but some of Geddy's talking is. Overall a very nice show.?    (1999-04-01)

   (Audio - 7)

This was my very first Rush CD boot that I purchased. What a great show! Too bad this boot isn't the full show (although there is the full show out there on CDR). Sound is even throughout with all the instruments coming through very clearly and up front, a definite VG+ indeed. The packaging is quite nice, with a clear tray, tray liner artwork, picture disc and a full color insert. You can still pick up this CD...and highly recommended.    (2001-06-24)

National Midnight Star
   (Audio - 7)

Unlike most of the Counterparts boots, this is only one cd. The sound is better than most of them, however, and is not bad if you're only looking for the first half of the concert. The sound itself is a decent audience recording. The guitar is very present, as are the cymbals, the bass is very muddy and is difficult to pick out, the vocals are fairly easy to understand, but the high end does seem to get clipped in some parts. The crowd is only occasionally annoying with a talker or screamer near the mic. The packaging is a standard two-page fold-out booklet, but has some nice shots from the Counterparts tour, as does the back. The date and venue are listed (and confirmed by Geddy as he mentions this is their "second night" at the Garden), and all the songs are correctly listed and in the correct order. With the Counterparts soundboards out there, this is one to leave alone (especially considering it's only HALF the concert). It's a nice show to have on cd, but I wouldn't go out of my way for it.    (1999-04-01)

   (Audio - 7)

This is the second bootleg I've ever purchased (for $30 too!). Back then, I wasn't really quite sure how these things were recorded. I just kept asking myself, "Why does this sound so crappy?". Shortly afterwards, I learned about audience and soundboard recordings (then scanners, ald's, matrix, etc.) and realized its an ok recording for an audience show. I really wouldn't recommend this show unless you are a completist, as there are better versions of this show out there.   (2004-09-02)

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