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Fly By Night
Caress of Steel
All the Worlds a Stage
A Farewell to Kings
Tour of the Semispheres
Permanent Waves
Pre-Moving Pictures Tour
Moving Pictures
Exit Stage Left
First Tour of the Nadars
Grace Under Pressure
Second Tour of the Nadars
Power Windows
Hold Your Fire
Roll the Bones
Test For Echo
Vapor Trails
30th Anniversary
Snakes and Arrows
Snakes and Arrows Live
Time Machine
Snakes In The Henhouse


Media: 3 CD Audio
Time: 2:45:00
Catalog: Stereo Ponytails Productions: SPP Rush 01
Source: Core Sound Binaurals > Battery Box > Sony MZ-NH1
Date: October 12, 2007
Location: NEC, Birmingham, UK

Intro   2:41
Limelight   4:41
Digital Man   6:58
Entre Nous   5:28
Mission   5:41
Freewill   5:57
The Main Monkey Business   6:25
The Larger Bowl   4:55
Secret Touch   7:52
Circumstances   4:05
Between the Wheels   6:09
Dreamline   5:31

Intro   2:43
Far Cry   5:28
Working Them Angels   4:50
Armour and Sword   6:39
Spindrift   5:49
The Way the Wind Blows   6:34
Subdivisions   5:54
Ged Gab, Eh?   0:56
Natural Science   8:38
Witch Hunt   4:55
Malignant Narcissism   2:19
Drum Solo   8:23
Hope   2:07

Distant Early Warning   4:56
The Spirit of Radio   5:10
Tom Sawyer   7:42
One Little Victory   5:31
A Passage to Bangkok   3:56
YYZ   5:52

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SITH back.jpg
SITH front.jpg

Average Rating:Audio: 8.5

   (Audio - 8.5)

Taper/production notes:

Recorded in Row 2 of Block 16. I had a great view of Alex from this side and more important, a clear audio line to the PA stacks stage right. This coupled with a nearly comatose audience at the NEC means crowd noise is at very acceptable levels. I don't like rating my own recordings however I have rated this one 8.5. I love the sound of this recording, but not given a 9 or more because there is some phasing during the harder tracks. This is because I just couldn't stop myself from rocking out - think lots of ass wiggling and air guitar bass and drums and 'hand horns' and you get the picture. During the start of Natural Science a concert official tapped me on the shoulder and what I heard her say (in a Canadian accent) 'I see you're LOGGING the show.' I thought, 'Oh crap, I've been caught!' But she handed me a soft parcel and said, 'Please, enjoy!' and walked away. I opened the parcel and found a henhouse t-shirt!!! What she had actually said was, 'I see you're LOVING the show, please, enjoy!' and this is captured quite nicely on my recording at the very beginning of Natural Science.



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