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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=219
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 58:45, 57:00, 46:51
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 21196-0
Source: Audience (DAT Master)
Date: December 11, 1996
Location: The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia, USA



DISC 1
Thus Spake Zarathustra   1:20
Dreamline   5:07
The Big Money   7:07
Driven   5:13
Half The World   3:54
Red Barchetta   6:54
Animate   7:01
Limbo   5:24
The Trees   5:25
Red Sector A   5:18
Virtuality   5:55

DISC 2
Nobody's Hero   5:37
Closer to the Heart   5:07
2112   21:32
Test for Echo   7:15
Subdivisions   5:43
Freewill   5:43
Roll the Bones   5:57

DISC 3
Resist   4:52
Leave That Thing Alone   4:48
The Rhythm Method   8:22
Natural Science   8:08
Force Ten   4:48
The Spirit of Radio   5:01
Tom Sawyer   5:50
YYZ   4:59



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Average Rating:Audio: 8.333333333333334

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 9)

An absolutely superb audience show from the DAT master. So far this is the finest audience show I've found from the 1st leg of the T4E tour. The show starts off a little weak as the taper and friends get situated into their correct seating arrangements. But after the first song they settle down and the recording and the sound really begins to shine. The mix is incredibly well balanced. Neil sound just about perfect with that great low, tight bass. Geddy also introduces Limbo as a song not about that fat guy on the radio! A highly recommended recording. As with all Digital Reproductions recordings, this is only for free trade or blank media trade. Please do not sell or purchase, keep the spirit of trading alive.

LeeGeddy
   (Audio - 8)

Awesome!! This is probably the best sounding '96 show. It's a toss up between this show or the New Orleans show for pure raw digital power and ambiance. The taper and his friend required some fine tuning of their gear and their seats, but what follows is incredible. According to the taper, the equipment used for this night were "Sony D8 DAT with Audio Technica 831b Lavaliere, 2 of them for good stereo separation tucked neatly on either side of my mesh Braves cap!!!"

The title "A Farewell To Omni" is appropriate, for The Omni was razed soon thereafter to make way for new developments in the Downtown Atlanta area. The Omni was the first place I saw Rush in '87 along with many other bands when I resided in the GA Tech dormitories not too far from downtown in the late 80's. My friends and I would take the MARTA (rail system) to the shows and back. Imagine sitting in a train with 1,000's of Rush fans!! The venue has great history and I'll remember those shows for a long time.

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 8)

One of the better first leg TFE shows out there, definitely in the top five or so. The taper spends a bit of time adjusting his microphone levels during "Dreamline," and we get to hear a couple clods argue over their seats. After that, this boot really shines. Apparently, it was taped using two mics, so there is some stereo separation. The sound is very clear and well defined, with some nice, crisp highs.

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