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Welcome To Our Town


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 46:23, 46:15
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-31194
Source: Soundboard
Date: March 11, 1994
Location: The Centrum, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

Intro   1:48
Dreamline   5:07
The Spirit of Radio   5:00
The Analog Kid   5:44
Cold Fire   4:34
Time Stand Still   6:01
Nobody's Hero   5:11
Roll the Bones   6:10
Animate   6:48

Stick It Out   6:19
Double Agent   4:53
Limelight   4:34
Mystic Rhythms   5:54
Closer to the Heart   5:43
Show Don't Tell   5:27
Leave That Thing Alone   5:57
The Rhythm Method   7:28

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Average Rating:Audio: 8.5

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8.5)

Ah, finally the soundboard from the Worcester show has been found, this time a much better source! So this release is much better than "A Tale of Two" and highly recommended. While it is not as good as "Darkness and Light" and "Animated", it is still quite good and sounds excellent. It is still from an analog source so there is a little hiss, nothing out of the ordinary. Just hope that someday we will find the DAT source for this show. The only other detraction is that there is a weird tape problem at the very end of "Double Agent" where the tape seemed like it was stretched. The funny thing is, it actually sounds like it could be an intentional way to end the song, though I doubt that would be true. Once again, it is only 3/4 of the show and we lose everything after the drum solo.    (2000-11-22)

Aramis K. Vidaurre Álvarez
   (Audio - 8.5)

This is a very nice sounding boot; all the instruments are clear, a little bit distant for my taste. The audience is way back, which avoids any annoying chattering. Sometimes, SB boots have this inconvenience. Except for Geddy’s voice, the guys are in good shape performing. At times, you perceive he cannot get the high pitch. As for the songs, there are not big surprises. “Time Stands Still” has the full sound intro: the clock ticking, the door opening and the glass breaking. In “Stick It Out”, when Geddy is about to introduce the tune, Alex gets in to make a kind of impression. “Double Agent” has a weird effect at the end; it sounds as if the tape got smashed. The last five songs contain a lot of hissing. Finally, “Closer to the Heart” has some flubs; it is not as solid as in other memorable moments.    (2009-04-07)

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