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Citizens Of The World - Platinum Edition

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1483
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 52:36, 57:05
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-10986
Source: Audience (Master)
Date: January 09, 1986
Location: Pensacola Civic Center, Pensacola, Florida, USA



DISC 1
The Spirit of Radio   5:54
Limelight   4:51
The Big Money   5:58
New World Man   4:15
Subdivisions   5:49
Manhattan Project   5:32
Middletown Dreams   5:27
Witch Hunt   4:44
Red Sector A   5:26
Closer to the Heart   4:40

DISC 2
Marathon   7:18
The Trees   5:01
Mystic Rhythms   5:39
Distant Early Warning   6:32
Territories   3:41
YYZ   3:14
Drum Solo   4:40
Red Lenses   2:28
Tom Sawyer   4:49
2112   6:17
Grand Designs   4:57
In the Mood   2:29



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Average Rating:Audio: 6.5

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 6.5)

Taken from a new source. This production fixes some severe flaws in the original release such as long dropouts. This is another decent recording from the PoW tour. The recording is a bit dull and distant with some compression towards the midrange. The instruments do come through fairly clear, lacking a little in the cymbals. Still another good performance from early in the PoW tour. There are some problems with the recording as the first few minutes of "Territories" was missing. Geddy also has a little trouble getting the synthesizers started on "Grand Designs".?Alex has some real problems during the solo of The Trees as he breaks another string. Makes for a much different version of the song as you get to hear Geddy a lot more clearly. Not a bad recording, definitely listenable. Once again many thanks to Rodney for allowing us a second shot at this show :)    (2000-12-17)

Will Collier
   (Audio - 6.5)

This was my very first Rush concert, and I'd like to thank Dan, Marc, and the original taper for passing it along. Fifteen years after the fact, it's great to re-live that experience today. At any rate, just to add to Dan's review of the recording, Alex actually went through *three* different guitars during "The Trees." You can clearly hear his strings breaking at the beginning of the instrumental bridge, but what you *can't* hear was Alex chucking one guitar halfway across the stage to his road crew, grabbing a second axe out of the air, then hitting a chord and getting nothing. He whipped off the second guitar, which (thanks to some belatedly heads-up roadie work) passed a third guitar in mid-air on its way to Lerxst. Fortunately for everybody, the third time was the charm, and as you can hear, Alex chimed back in in time for the final verse. It was the only "problem" in a great night--and even then, as Dan notes, we were treated to an impromptu bass solo while Alex and his techs got things straightened out.   (2001-06-24)

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