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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=890
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 48:44, 47:13
Catalog: Sirius Records: SIR0180/0181
Source: Audience (2nd gen)
Audience
Date: December 10, 1977
February 14, 1978
Location: The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida, USA
City Hall, Newcastle, England



DISC 1
Bastille Day   4:54
Lakeside Park   4:36
By-Tor and the Snow Dog   5:35
Xanadu   12:50
A Farewell to Kings   6:19
Something for Nothing   4:08
Cygnus X-1   10:42

DISC 2
Anthem   4:52
Closer to the Heart   3:29
2112   19:14
Working Man   4:14
Fly By Night   2:06
In The Mood   2:06
Drum Solo   5:51
Cinderella Man   4:49



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Average Rating:Audio: 7

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 7)

This show comes from the first half of the AFTK tour. It's a great performance by the band. Almost the whole show is here -- only Cinderella Man is missing from the set. The night is marred by some moron who lights off firecrackers all the way through the second half of the show. The sound could be better. All instruments are audible, but the sound is very distant and distorted. There's also quite a bit of tape hiss, indicating that this is probably a bazillionth generation show. It?s relatively rare though, and this makes it worth having.? Also, there are cuts in Cygnus X-1 and Temples.    (2004-08-09)

DublAgent:
   (Audio - 7)

This is the same show as Moose Records' "Siren Song", but it was made from a much better source tape.? (2nd generation, to be exact.)? It does suffer from some of the same flaws, as there are 2 short cuts and a couple of left-channel glitches in the master recording.? However, this one has far less tape hiss and distortion, and is clearly many generations "younger" than Siren Song.? The sound is somewhat distant and boomy, but the crowd noise is fairly low and it's a very enjoyable show.?? Like the Moose Records release, the encore track "Cinderella Man" is from 2/14/78 London.??? Limited to 30 copies with original high-quality cover art and disc labels.?? Available only by trade.

   (2004-08-09)

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