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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1479
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 60:00, 50:58
Catalog: Timeless Motion:
Source: Audience
Date: December 12, 1985
Location: The Centrum, Worchester, Massachusetts, USA



DISC 1
Intro   0:33
The Spirit Of Radio   5:02
Limelight   5:04
The Big Money   5:46
New World Man   4:11
Subdivisions   5:40
Manhattan Project   5:41
Middletown Dreams   5:46
Witch Hunt   4:50
Red Sector A   6:06
Closer To The Heart   4:37
Marathon   6:39

DISC 2
The Trees   4:25
Mystic Rhythms   6:02
Distant Early Warning   6:25
Territories   6:45
YYZ / Drum Solo   6:44
Red Lenses   2:22
Tom Sawyer   4:21
2112: Overture   4:20
2112: Temples of Syrinx   2:01
Grand Designs   4:55
In The Mood   2:35



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Average Rating:Audio: 7

Ben Jones
   (Audio - 7)

Not the best sounding Power windows show out there, but certainly a rocking performance! The sound on this one a little weird at first. You can hardly hear anything except the audience, but after the first 20 secs of The Spirit of Radio, the music leaps right forward. Now, I had to EQ this one quite violently, so there is some hiss, but it's not really distracting when the music is playing. There is also a strange chugging sound in the background, which i assume is from the device that was used to record this show. Thankfully, the deep chugging can't be heard at all when the music is going on. There are a few cuts, but nothing too drastic. The first is the longest at about 10 secs, and happens during Red Sector A. The second is quite short and occurs between the end of CTTH and the bass solo. For some reason, the sound is particularly bad for the most of the bass solo, and Ged seems to be having some problems with his amp cutting out. The sound then resumes it's normal quality. The next cut is during the quiet section of The Trees. It's about 7 secs, but the sound does another jump forward when it comes back in. The last is about 5 sec during Distant Early Warning... I've made this show sound like a bit of a wreck in this review, but I quite like it!   (2001-06-24)

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