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Twin Territories


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 52:02, 59:35
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 32586
Source: Audience
Date: March 25, 1986
Location: St. Paul Civic Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Introduction   0:49
The Spirit Of Radio   5:18
Limelight   4:48
The Big Money   5:48
New World Man   4:12
Subdivisions   5:44
Manhattan Project   5:29
Middletown Dreams   5:03
Witch Hunt   4:56
Red Sector A   5:09
Closer To The Heart   4:46

Marathon   6:46
The Trees   4:49
Mystic Rhythms   5:13
Distant Early Warning   6:48
Territories   6:22
YYZ   3:10
Drum Solo   5:16
Red Lenses   2:17
Tom Sawyer   4:52
2112: Overture - Temnples Of Syrinx   6:15
Grand Designs   4:57
In The Mood   2:44

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Average Rating:Audio: 8

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 8)

This is the rare full version of a shorter, more common show which showed up on the "Signals From London" CD. It?s definitely from the same source though since the same obnoxious, screaming guy is present on both. This version has a better, fuller sound though. It?s a bit on the trebly side, but this is easily remedied via some EQ. The show gets off to a shaky start, when Alex breaks a string during the solo in The Spirit Of Radio. But the band quickly settles in for a great night. You definitely want the full version of this one.    (2001-12-03)

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8)

A fantastic sounding Rush show, especially for an audience recording. While not quite as good as the Milwaukee show from the previous night, it is still quite excellent. The mix is very complete and full of air and atmosphere. The audience is for the most part very quiet when they need to be, nothing that stands out or mars the show in any way. The really low bass notes ( < 40hz ) are distorted, but that is only present when Geddy and Alex use their bass synth pedals and in no way impacts Neil. All in all and excellent full show that every Rush fan that has been teased with on the "Signals from London" boot would want to have. PoW shows don't get much better than this.    (2001-12-03)

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