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Mass Production Zone


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 64:33, 47:06
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 50383-7
Source: Audience (2nd Gen)
Date: May 03, 1983
Location: Ahoy Sportpaleis, Rotterdam, Holland

Three Stooges Intro   0:53
The Spirit of Radio   4:42
Tom Sawyer   5:09
Freewill   5:25
Digital Man   6:35
Subdivisions   5:12
Vital Signs   5:06
The Camera Eye   6:48
Closer to the Heart   3:17
Chemistry   4:59
The Analog Kid   4:40
Broon's Bane   1:27
The Trees   4:14
Red Barchetta   6:06

The Weapon   7:47
New World Man   3:50
Limelight   4:38
Countdown   5:34
2112   6:04
Xanadu   2:20
La Villa Strangiato   3:16
In The Mood   3:22
Dancing Music   0:36
YYZ/Drum Solo   9:39

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Average Rating:Audio: 7

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7)

This is most likely sourced from a 2nd gen tape. It is the full show, start to finish as it is sourced from the original taper's tapes and not the LP set that was released for this show. The sound is pretty good, there is some low end bass distortion almost only present in the heavy bass sections of Geddy as the drums are unaffected. The show is pretty clear, especially for songs like Chemistry where the sounding quality is actually quite impressive and atmospheric. There is some moderate hiss associated with the production, a side affect of boosting the high end to sound more realistic. The crowd is loud between songs, but like most European audiences, they are well behaved when the band is playing. There are a lot of "almost there" Signals shows, but none approaching the quality of the Wembley Arena show. But this is among the better of that lot of shows. Many thanks to Intruder for the excellent source tape. There is a funny moment in the show when Alex tries to sing one of the "Whooaah" parts in Overture. Geddy responds with "What a Singer! Is that guy a singer or what?". Yet another example of why Alex sticks to Subdivisions only! Once again, many thanks go out to Intruder for donating this fine source. As with all Digital Reproductions shows, this is available for free trade and blank media trade only. It is not intended to be sold, so if you see it being sold, that person is trying to rip you off.    (2001-06-08)

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