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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Rush
  • 2008-04-20
  • Aboard the I-10 Express
  • New Orleans Arena
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • New Orleans
  • LA
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 1
  • Excellent
  • sundeep
  • 2nd of August 2009
					
  • **************************************************************************** Rush : Aboard the I-10 Express April 20, 2008 New Orleans Arena New Orleans, LA USA Sirius Records SIR0040/0041/0042 Source: Audience Digital Master Recording Equipment: (2) AT933 cardioid mics > (2) AT8532 Power Modules > Edirol R-09 24bit WAV Recorder Location: FLR A Row 20 Taper: kinglerxst Mastering: SiriusJoe Artwork: kinglerxst Disc One (67:41) Intro 2:50 Limelight 4:22 Digital Man 6:44 Ghost Of A Chance 6:20 Mission 5:41 Freewill 6:15 The Main Monkey Business 6:16 The Larger Bowl 5:01 Red Barchetta 7:12 The Trees 5:30 Between The Wheels 5:52 Dreamline 5:31 Disc Two (62:16) Intro 3:28 Far Cry 5:22 Workin' Them Angels 4:48 Armor And Sword 6:36 Spindrift 5:47 The Way The Wind Blows 6:38 Subdivisions 6:17 Natural Science 8:22 Witch Hunt 4:41 Malignant Narcissism 2:17 Drum Solo 7:55 Disc Three (38:05) Hope 2:25 The Spirit Of Radio 5:03 2112: Overture/The Temples Of Syrinx 6:59 Tom Sawyer 7:22 One Little Victory 5:33 A Passage to Bangkok 3:51 YYZ 5:00 Outro 1:48 Taper's notes: This was a bit of a weird thing to happen during a tour, but this show was originally scheduled for April 19th, a Saturday, and was why I originally added it to my itinerary since I hadn't seen Rush in New Orleans in over 12 years! Well, as fate would have it, because of the Hornets making the NBA Playoffs and the first game getting that Saturday night spot, the show was moved to April 20th, and the Houston show to the 19th. I ended up taking another day off to accomidate this and changing my travel plans one day forward. It kind of worked out for me though as after seeing and driving to all 3 FL shows the week leading up to this I was pretty beat, so I got an extra days rest.....and boy did I need it for this brutal (and the most boring) drive all the way 11 hours there and 11 hours back the next day on some of the most desolate interstate known to man called I-10 which is the theme for the artwork. Luckily I had the raw Orlando show from a few days before to keep me awake :) All that said, it was awesome to see the band in New Orleans again, it was a large crowd and they were all happy to see the boys back too. I have to say a special thanks to the 2 teenage kids who sat next to me, they graciously allowed to move to the aisle seat which was a key factor at this show as the 2 fans on the other side of me were not too "enjoy the show" friendly and I'm happy I was able to move that little bit. I only wish the 2 teenagers didn't bolt out so quickly when the show was ending as I didn't get to say thanks once again. So if you know these 2 guys, please give them a copy of this show for me with my thanks and graditude! Not much else I can say but that this show rocks, excellent sound and crank it up! Special thanks as always to SiriusJoe for mastering this puppy! Thanks & Enjoy! ****************************************************************************