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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1604
Media: 4 CDr Audio
Time:
Catalog: Power Gate: Power Gate-016
Source: Audience #5
Audience #6
Date: November 21, 1984
Location: Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan



DISC 1
Three Stooges Intro
The Spirit of Radio
Subdivisions
The Body Electric
The Enemy Within
The Weapon
Witch Hunt
New World Man
Between the Wheels
Red Barchetta

DISC 2
Distant Early Warning
Red Sector A
Closer to the Heart
YYZ
Drum Solo
2112: The Temples of Syrinx
Tom Sawyer
Red Lenses
Vital Signs
Finding My Way~In the Mood

DISC 3
Three Stooges Intro
The Spirit of Radio
Subdivisions
The Body Electric
The Enemy Within
The Weapon
Witch Hunt
New World Man
Between the Wheels
Red Barchetta

DISC 4
Distant Early Warning
Red Sector A
Closer to the Heart
YYZ
Drum Solo
2112: The Temples of Syrinx
Tom Sawyer
Red Lenses
Vital Signs
Finding My Way~In the Mood



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Average Rating:Audio: 6.5

Jun'ya aka the_sphere
   (Audio - 6.5)

?One of the first Rush release from Japanese newer bootleg label POWER GATE (the same bootlegger's new label with Ayanami, Langley etc.) along with "Feedback at Wembley" and "Feedback at Manchester". Released in Aug. 2004. Limited 80 copies.

?There are already two Budokan audio releases, "Ikiiki Shiteiru (Sirius Records)" and "See You Again Sometime...?(JS Remaster)" and one video Release "Neil Behind Ver. 1 (JS Remaster)" and also I have one incomplete audience analog source. Here, I would like to label the sources as follows:

*Source 1: taped one Japanese Zepp trader and who traded sometimes and pretty widely circulated even in 1980's. A bit? distant sound but clearand no cut available during the show. Used for "Ikiiki Shiteiru" bootleg.

*Source 2: taper unknown. Although there're 2nd or 3rd gen.? copy only and has much hiss, very tight and close sounding one. Used for "See You Again Sometime..." bootleg.

*Source 3: taped one Japanese hard rock fan. Unfortunately missing the middle of the show due to the failure at the tape flip but very clear sounding (not so better than above two sources, though). Yet not released as CDR bootleg.

*Source 4: taper unknown. The only known Video recording. It is partial, only has 60+ mins and not so clear picture but very funny to watch that Neil used alternate drum kit made for the Japanese shows which does not have rotate function. Also can confirm there're no laser equipments or regular amount of lightings. Released as "Neil Behind Ver. 1" DVDR.

?Return to "At Budokan" bootleg, this title is 4 cdr box set and includes two Tokyo show sources. At first I know?about this release, I thought this used above source 1 and 2 for sure. But it was wrong... This title used completely new two sources ! So, would like to label Source 5 and 6... Wow...

*Source 5: Disc 1&2 of "At Budokan" is very similar with Source 1, "Ikiiki Shiteiru" bootleg and no cut available during the show.

*Source 6: Disc 3&4 of "At Budokan" is also similar with?Source 1 but slightly more distant but a bit clear low range sound I think. And this source has the other band song which played before the show and complete after show announcement. Not Rush contents, but funny for listening.

?So, this is different recordings for previous releases but not so better than them... can say "for die hard fans only".


   (2004-11-12)

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