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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1447
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 51:09, 46:59
Catalog: Sirius Records: SIR0290/0291
Source: Audience (1st Gen)
Date: November 21, 1984
Location: Budokan Dai Hall, Tokyo, Japan



DISC 1
Intro / The Spirit Of Radio   5:52
Subdivisions   5:17
The Body Electric   5:23
The Enemy Within   4:51
The Weapon   8:19
Witch Hunt   4:47
New World Man   4:24
Between The Wheels   5:58
Red Barchetta   6:18

DISC 2
Distant Early Warning   6:53
Red Sector A   5:26
Closer To The Heart   3:59
YYZ / Drum solo   8:22
2112: The Temples Of Syrinx   1:49
Tom Sawyer   6:06
Red Lenses   5:47
Vital Signs   4:52
Finding My Way   1:12
In The Mood   2:33



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Average Rating:Audio: 7

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

Another show from Rush?s first (and only) Asian tour. Unlike the night before, the audience is very loud, and very into the show. The highlight of this night is a great bass solo from Geddy at the end of Red Lenses. This concert is a bit short, since neither Afterimage or Kid Gloves were played. This is a very good sounding audience tape. The only problem is a lack of fidelity and a bit of high-end distortion. Still, this is a very listenable GuP show.   (1999-04-01)

Anonymous
   (Audio - 7)

   (2002-11-25)

Zanzibar Shark
   (Audio - 7)

According to a nisei (second-generation Japanese American) friend of mine, "Ikiiki Siteiru" means nothing in Japanese, but "Iki iki shite iru" means "full of life." Probably a more accurate transliteration of the title.   (2004-11-17)

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