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Soliloquy

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=878
Media: 1 CDr Audio
Time:
Catalog: :
Source: Audience
Date: February 02, 1980
Location: Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England



DISC 1
Bastille Day
Anthem
Lakeside Park
2112
Xanadu
By-Tor and the Snow Dog
The Necromancer
Fly By Night
In the Mood



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Average Rating:Audio: 6

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 6)

This CD comes from a small, Arizona-based company called BYB. This is actually a one-man company, run by a college student, whose name I?ll leave out (although I?m more than happy to provide it to anyone who contacts me personally). The best advice I can give, based on personal experience is to avoid this company like the plague! There are several reasons I say this. First, the quality of the CDs is in serious question. I haven?t personally heard one of the CDs, but it has been reported to me that the mastering is quite shabby. There are fade outs between each and every song, and Geddy?s comments are often times cut out. I do know for a fact that he uses only those tapes which are available from his personal collection, not necessarily the best available. Second, and perhaps more important to many folks is the fact that this guy takes forever to send your discs. I waited five months for an order, never received it, and finally asked for my money back. In fairness, once he realized how serious I was, I got my money back promptly. This leads me to my next point, the price -- $40 per disc. This probably speaks for itself. Finally, none of these shows are particularly rare. All in all, unless you are a very patient person, desperate to own some of these shows on CD, don?t deal with this company.   (1999-04-01)

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