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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=3
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 77:50, 78:15
Catalog: My Basement: BRVT01
Source: Audience (DAT)
Date: July 11, 2002
Location: PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey, USA



DISC 1
Intro   0:50
Tom Sawyer   4:50
Distant Early Warning   4:55
New World Man   4:02
Roll The Bones   6:34
Earthshine   5:38
YYZ   4:46
The Pass   5:12
Bravado   6:07
The Big Money   6:11
Between Sun & Moon   4:40
Vital Signs   5:01
Natural Science   8:13
One Little Victory   5:35
Driven   5:06

DISC 2
Ceiling Unlimited   5:42
Secret Touch   6:53
Dreamline   5:09
Red Sector A   5:17
Leave That Thing Alone   4:53
The Rhythm Method   8:15
Resist   4:04
2112: Overture   4:22
2112: Temples Of Syrinx   2:17
Limelight (cut)   4:13
La Villa Strangiato   9:06
The Spirit of Radio   4:53
By-Tor & the Snow Dog   4:38
Cygnus X-1   3:27
Working Man   5:05



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Average Rating:Audio: 8

RushTrader (Production Notes)
   (Audio - 8)

This source had some problems. The glitch where Temples ended and Limelight didn't begin due to an emergency change of batteries by the taper, the levels being way off from OLV to the end of Temples, and some really loud clapping when Geddy was talking in the first half of the show. I compensated for the level change by boosting the volume in that area to match the rest of the show. Then the loudest claps were smoothed out a bit individually. I used a hard compression to drop the volume of all of the claps that were louder than the loudest peak of the music. Lastly I normalized the entire show. Of course I had to name the show just to please Adam. The name comes from Alex's monologue during La Villa. Thanks to Jim for the use of the original master DAT!

Equipment:? Sonic Studios DSM6SL > PA-6LC3 > Sony M1 > DDS SCSI Dump > Sound Forge 6 > CDWav > SHN (no CDRs were harmed in the creation of this release)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

So far, this is the only boot from this tour that has left me feeling cold. Not that it's a bad performance ? the band seems to have plenty of energy, and the only miscue come from Neil at the very start of "YYZ." The sound just has that generic bootleg sound. It?s a bit distant and indistinct, lacking any real punch. Another detractor is that the very start of "Limelight" is missing. This was apparently due to an emergency battery switch. I have to hand it to the taper?he must have been fast, because only the first 5 or 10 seconds are cut. This show is a perfectly worthy addition to any collection, but it would not be my first choice in acquiring shows from this tour.

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