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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1553
Media: 1 CD Audio
Time: 51:20
Catalog: Howdy! Records: CD 555-15
Source: Soundboard
Soundboard
Date: September 21, 1984
March 27, 1981
Location: Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada



DISC 1
The Spirit of Radio
The Enemy Within
Witch Hunt
New World Man
Distant Early Warning
Red Sector A
Closer to the Heart
Tom Sawyer
Limelight
Freewill
Finding My Way
In the Mood



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Average Rating:

Taken from the Rush CD Bootleg List
  

This CD boot is the exact same as "Live in Toronto 1986" but unlike it, doesn't have any pictures of Rush in the booklet, simply some computerized simulation of Mona Lisa. It is merely a copy of the GUP video soundtrack, with some songs cut out, and two extra songs from the ESL video soundtrack ("Freewill" & "Limelight") added in. It is also the same as Life Under Pressure, although it contains "Limelight" which the Life boot does not. The sound quality, coming directly from a video soundtrack, is of course generally excellent.? However, occasionally the sound in the right channel will drop out, and the crowd can seem overpowering at times though, especially if listening to the disc on headphones. The dropouts do become annoying later in the disc. There is no packaging to speak of, but miraculously enough all the songs are listed correctly. Between this and the two others listed above, "Live in Toronto" would be the best choice to get. The dropouts make this disc pretty much unlistenable.   (1999-04-01)

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