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Penultimate R30 At The Globe


Media: 3 CD Audio
Catalog: Piggham Records : 146-148
Source: Audience (Digital)
Date: September 29, 2004
Location: Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden

R30 Overture
The Spirit of Radio
Force Ten
Red Barchetta
Roll the Bones
The Trees
The Seeker
One Little Victory

Darn That Dragon Intro
Tom Sawyer
The Secret Touch
Between the Wheels
Mystic Rythms
Red Sector A
O Baterista
Heart Full of Soul

2112 Overture/Temples of Syrinx/Grand Finale
La Villa Strangiato
By-Tor & the Snowdog
Working Man
Summertime Blues

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Average Rating:Audio: 9.4375


Liberated boot from seller by hub member
Interesting that the title on the artwork is? misspelled!   (2004-12-16)

   (Audio - 10)

One of the best boots of the Euro R30 Tour. You can hear everything really good. Geddys singing is excellent. Also a good punch in Neils drums. Highly recommended.   (2004-12-18)

   (Audio - 9)

I hadn't heard much about this recording prior to getting a copy and listening to it. I was surprised and very pleased when I heard the sound quality. The mix is very nice, with all the instruments and vocals clearly heard. You can hear a bit of hand clapping near the recorder, but other than that, the audience is not much of a factor in the recording. I took a look at the spectral analysis, and would confirm that the recorder used was not a lossy recorder (ie. minidisc). I would guess either a DAT, or perhaps one of the new breed of hard drive recorders such as the G-Mini. Unfortunately, commercially released bootlegs (as this liberated bootleg is) rarely provide such recording details. This may not be the best audience recording of the tour. I'd reserve that honour for the RCMH recordings in August 2004. However, this Stockholm recording is certainly in the upper level of recordings from this tour. I listened to this recording through quality headphones, so I can't say how it sounds over loudspeakers. However, I would have no hesitation in recommending it. Duley   (2005-01-02)

   (Audio - 9)

This is really a great boot, IMHO one of the top tier shows of this tour so far to surface. The boys made quite a few errors , but seemed to be pumped up. For the most part it is very clear, little audience noise, and full sounding. The one minor thing, is at some points the bass is a little high, and I think its right from the SB levels, and not the recording, its only in a few expected spots like Xanadu, where there is a lot of bass, but still this is a great show.   (2005-01-30)

   (Audio - 9.5)

This is a great boot. Highly recommended. Much better recording and performance by the boys than the Nashville show in my opinion. The intro and entire medley (no cuts) are highlights as well as red barchetta, subdivisions, between the wheels, bravado (great solo at the end), la Villa (great jam and funny rant) and also the drum solo (slight differences).    (2005-02-25)

Roger Mattsson
   (Audio - 9.5)


   (Audio - 9.5)

I think this show is probaly the best from the R30 tour so far. The crowd is almost non existant with a few minor exceptions and the sound is full with nice clarity. There were a few mistakes by the band, but that happens. I think everything is pretty well balanced. Just a great overall sounding show. One of the best if not the best so far from the tour. Highly recommended!!!!!!!   (2005-04-11)

   (Audio - 10)

Yes, its a DAT recording.   (2005-08-23)

Aramis K.V.A.
   (Audio - 9)

This is an excellent sounding boot; the drums are quite clear as well as Alex’s rant. Perhaps the bass is quite low. You can perceive it “Force Ten” segment where it is supposed to be punchy or in “Roll the Bones”, where it is fairly perceivable; Geddy sounds right in your face, though at times he is overlapped by Neil’s hi-hat. The ambiance is balanced enough allowing you to get the clapping but with certain isolation. Perhaps, there is nothing spectacular about the setlist; if you got Rush in Rio, then you know what to expect. Still, the guys sound solid and sharp.   (2008-03-27)

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