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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
30 Years Strong


Media: 3 CDr Audio
Catalog: Sirius Records: SIR0950/0951/0952
Source: Audience DAT Master
Date: May 26, 2004
Location: Starwood Amphitheatre, Antioch, Tennessee, USA

Intro   2:40
Finding My Way   1:06
Anthem   1:35
Bastille Day   0:46
A Passage to Bangkok   1:09
Cygnus X-1   1:11
Hemispheres Prelude   0:42
The Spirit of Radio   5:00
Force Ten   4:47
Animate   5:54
Subdivisions   6:22
Earthshine   6:00
Red Barchetta   6:54
Roll the Bones   6:07
Bravado   6:11
YYZ   4:46
The Trees   5:45
The Seeker   3:46
One Little Victory   6:32

Intro   4:41
Tom Sawyer   5:00
Dreamline   5:01
Secret Touch   7:25
Between the Wheels   6:01
Mystic Rhythms   5:21
Red Sector A   5:09
Drum Solo   8:29

Resist   4:20
Heart Full of Soul   2:48
2112 Overture/The Temples Of Syrinx/Grand Finale   8:06
La Villa Strangiato   9:33
By-Tor and the Snow Dog   4:27
Xanadu   6:56
Working Man   6:43
Summertime Blues   3:46
Crossroads   3:12
Limelight   4:35
Outro   1:41

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Average Rating:Audio: 9.142857142857142

   (Audio - 9)

Very nice recording by KingLerxst!!!? Captures the spirit of the night with just the right amount of bass, high-end, and crowd.? For the most part the crowd is well behaved.

Between The Wheels was a pleasent surprise as was the reintroduction of the Reggae version of Working man.? We are also blessed (or cursed) with 4 covers that will be released next month on the next release 'Feedback'    (2004-05-28)

Sean Bighkin
   (Audio - 10)

Wow...It's hard to believe that this show is an audience recording. It sounds better than most soundboards, and certainly better than Rush in Rio. The highlights are Between the Wheels, Xanadu, the drum solo, and the opening R30 Overture (for those who didn't get to see the tour, the R30 Overture is a medley of Finding My Way, Anthem, Bastille Day, Passage to Bangkok, Cygnus X-1 and Hemispheres that they opened the show with). This recording is an essential addition to any fan's collection, and is certainly the best recording from the 30th Anniversary tour. Get this one NOW.   (2004-09-01)

   (Audio - 9)


   (Audio - 9)

I was very, very pleasantly surprised by this recording. I felt it was nearly perfect in every sense. Someone even said they thought it was a soundboard, OK, it should be obvious it is not a soundboard but it is a darn nice recording. No overbearing audience members. A really nice clean sound. All the instruments are very clear. This is one of the nicest recordings. It may not be the best but it is darn close. You won't be disappointed !   (2004-09-02)

   (Audio - 9)

A solid all-around recording from the opening night of the R30 tour. It surfaced less than a day after the opening night. Quite an achievement! A nice mix and a well balance of the instruments makes this a very pleasant listen. I've read some newsgroup posts where people truly believe it came from a soundboard! A great compliment for an audience recording. The performance itself is quite good despite some flubs scattered throughout the show. Highly recommended!   (2004-09-02)

   (Audio - 9)


Aramis K.V.A.
   (Audio - 9)

I was wondering why there was not any SB recording from R30 TOUR. Fortunately, we can consider 30YS as a good piece of recording for the first night of the gig. It seems that the taper was right in front or onstage. You can even hear the echoes of the overdubbed vocals or hear Alex reaching a high pitch in “Earthshine” (believe me). “Subdivisions” has a very nice reverberated keynote intro and Geddy changes a little bit during the first keyboard segment, or perhaps it was the first mistake of the gig. How come? After this one, Geddy welcomes the audience and says, “if you hear any mistakes, please ignore them”. The band is in great shape. You can notice that in “YYZ” where the bass is clearly punchy. I really miss Tom Sawyer’s “Moving Pictures, take 28”; instead, it is introduced by “Darn That Dragon” intro. Here you can hear Neil giving the cue; Geddy hits a keynote before time. After “The Rhythm Method”, the guys take us to MTV Unplugged: “Resist” and “Heart Full of Soul” are performed completely acoustic. Then, 2112 heats up the ambiance. Alex sounds a little bit out of tune; what the heck! It is the first night. Besides, Geddy asked us not to pay attention to the flubs, right.   (2008-03-04)

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