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Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 51:20, 50:11
Catalog: Invisible Passion: INV.CD5-008/9
Source: Audience
Date: November 01, 1991
Location: Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, Illinois, USA

Force Ten
Distant Early Warning
Time Stand Still
Roll the Bones
The Pass
Where's My Thing

The Rhythm Method
Closer to the Heart
Tom Sawyer
The Spirit of Radio
2112: Overture
Finding My Way
La Villa Strangiato
Red Barchetta/The Spirit Of Radio (Reprise)

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Average Rating:Audio: 7

from Ron's Rush RoIO Guide

Although RTB shows aren?t too hard to come by, shows from the 1991 leg of this tour are. This one is from only a few days into the tour. As such, some of the songs aren?t fully developed yet. So, we hear a different extended guitar solo on Dreamline, and a rare screw-up by Alex during the intro to Xanadu. Since this show has the same songs missing as the "One/Two" CD (Show Don?t Tell, The Big Money, Ghost of A Chance, Subdivisions, and part of The Pass), I suspect that this tape is several generations removed from that source. The sound here is great. Alex?s guitar could be a bit louder, but this isn?t a big problem. All the instruments can be heard, and this tape doesn?t need much in the way of EQ. This show is definitely worth your time. It's worth noting that in the existing review of this show it states that the place is mislabeled as Rosemont, Illinois when in fact the Rosemont Horizon IS IN Rosemont Illinois, NOT Chicago.   (1999-04-01)

   (Audio - 7)

I was a little hesitant to get this recording on cd, but glad that I did.? It's a decent audience recording (VG+ in my opinion) early in the RTB tour.? Rush seems to enjoy playing up in the Mid-West a lot and it shows.? The signal fluctuates just a bit on few of the songs, but nothing really drastic.? Geddy's voice is up-front with all the instruments coming through. With all the RTB shows that are available, this may be for a larger collection. If you are looking for great audience shows from the RTB tour, get "Atmospheric", "Cold Flames", "Charlotte Fever" or "Home of the Braves".   (2000-07-01)

Taken from the Rush CD Bootleg List

This is the only Rush double CD bootleg I know of that comes in two separate cases. If you're looking to get it (although I'm not quite sure if you should), make SURE you get both parts! This is a show from Roll the Bones, but it is not the complete concert. It cuts out just after "Roll The Bones" and comes back in the middle of "The Pass". The songs that are missing (if you care to know) are "Show Don't Tell" and "The Big Money". The sound has its moments (and this boot definitely sounds better than most of the Counterparts boots), but the recording level keeps jumping around; sometimes it's too low and muffled, sometimes way too high. And there are several people talking/yelling during some of the songs. Surprisingly though, when the recording is good -- which is most of the time -- you can hear all the instruments, although Geddy's bass tends towards the low side when Alex is wailing away. The packaging is bad, especially considering that this show comes in two separate cases. There are no pictures of the band except the two on the front, and a black & white picture of Neil on the back (obviously from an earlier tour). Each part of the encore is indexed separately, and "Xanadu" is mislabeled as "Kanadu". The place is also mislabeled as Rosemont Illinois. Overall, not a half-bad bootleg, worth a second listen if you have the time and money. However, keep in mind that this is not the complete show, and there are better sounding full show boots out there.   (1999-04-01)

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