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Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 55:20, 59:44
Catalog: Sirius Records: SIR 0260/0261
Source: Audience (1st Gen)
Date: December 09, 1982
Location: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, USA

The Spirit of Radio   5:35
Tom Sawyer   5:08
Freewill   5:38
Digital Man   6:59
Subdivisions   5:41
Vital Signs   5:14
The Camera Eye   7:24
Closer to the Heart   3:19
Chemistry   5:13
The Analog Kid   5:07

Broon's Bane/The Trees   6:17
Red Barchetta   6:30
The Weapon   7:50
New World Man   4:01
Limelight   4:24
Countdown   6:16
2112: Overture/Temples of Syrinx   6:30
Xanadu   2:34
La Villa Strangiato   3:24
In The Mood   2:38
YYZ/Drum solo   9:10

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Average Rating:Audio: 7.214285714285714

Galt Speaks
   (Audio - 7.5)

The source for this show is a DAT dub from a 1st generation cassette. The quality is about a VG++ but a lot of people would most likely rate it as EX-. The sound quality is right up there with Signals From London Remastered. There is a little tape hiss as no noise reduction was used. It sure would be nice to uncover the actual master cassettes someday! Nevertheless, this is a must for your collection as it is in the top two of the best known Signals boots out there. This is a Sirius Productions release and is intended for trade only. Check out the DRE newsgroup for trades and 2:1 deals.    (2003-05-23)

   (Audio - 8)

Wow! I heard this was good, but I was still surprised by the quality of this show. This is the best Signals show I've heard so far. For me, it knocks Signals from London - Remaster from the top spot. There are some real gems in the setlist, too. This is early enough that Chemistry is still being played, and I really like this performance. Some of the other Signals songs, like Digital Man, The Analog Kid, and Countdown also sound great. Camera Eye also gets a very nice performance. All in all, A great set list and a great performance in my book. Also, I find the sound quality to be great. I would rate it at least an EX-. I feel this show is a must have.    (2003-05-23)

Dionysus 10
   (Audio - 7)

A Nice sounding show from early in the Signals tour. With the exception of some tape hiss this is one of the best Signals shows out there. You won't go wrong by adding this show to your collection.    (2001-08-01)

   (Audio - 8)

This is one of those awesome recordings you must have. I originally obtained this recording by trade on cassette years and years ago. I was blown away by the sound. I immediately archive the cassette to DAT. I'm glad to see someone has put this recording to disc. When I traded for the CD I wasn't even sure what I was getting. I had almost forgotten about the recording, if you can believe that. WOW. Great set. Signals was a great tour. How can you complain with songs like Digital Man, Chemistry, The Analog Kid, New World Man, The Camera Eye, Red Barchetta and Vital Signs and classics like Closer To The Heart, The Trees and Xanadu. What doesn't this set have.    (2003-05-23)

   (Audio - 8.5)

6 of the 7 songs from MP and 7 of the 8 songs from Signals! The sound is a low excellent in my opinion and the tape hiss is not distracting to me. Everything can be easily heard. Geddy has a tiny bit of trouble singing during TSOR, but his voice clears up very early on and doesn't impact the show, really. Also CTTH is very slightly abridged in the beginning, but there is no cut to be heard, but maybe it was cross faded with the crowd noise after Camera Eye. A very wonderful show and my favorite from the Signals tour now.   (2005-01-24)

   (Audio - 3)


Mr Clueless
   (Audio - 8.5)

Anyone who rates this gem as 3, must search for a doctor asap. This is the worthiest Signals recording out there, judging by performance, sound quality and setlist (the latter containing the rarely-played Chemistry and Countdown). It's fun to hear the band having fun in through the whole set. Every serious fan should have this one.   (2009-08-08)

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