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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2    -    Disc 3    -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Rush
  • 2002-09-08
  • Reeking Havoc
  • GM Place
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  • Vancouver
  • British Columbia
  • Canada
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  • Rec 1
  • Good
  • sundeep
  • 20th of September 2009
					
  • Reeking Havoc Media: 3 CDr (2 CDr SHN) Time: 68:50, 71:01, 13:43 Catalog: Simple Man Productions SMP-069 Source: Audience (DAT Clone) Quality: oS -oS Date: September 8, 2002 Location: GM Place, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada -------------------------------------------------------------------- Disc 1: 01. 3 Stooges Intro - :50 02. Tom Sawyer - 4:48 03. Distant Early Warning - 4:56 04. New World Man - 4:02 05. Roll the Bones - 6:05 06. Earthshine - 6:48 07. YYZ - 4:45 08. The Pass - 5:12 09. Bravado - 6:13 10. The Big Money - 6:1 11. Between the Sun and Moon - 5:03 12. Free Will - 4:35 13. Natural Science - 8:22 Disc 2: 01. One Little Victory - 5:38 02. Driven - 5:05 03. Ghost Rider - 5:50 04. Secret Touch - 6:56 05. Dreamline - 5:12 06. Red Sector A - 5:16 07. Leave That Thing Alone - 4:56 08. Drum Solo - 8:40 09. Resist - 4:27 10. 2112: Overture/The Temples of Syrinx - 6:53 11. Limelight - 4:35 12. La Villa Strangiato - 9:14 13. The Spirit of Radio - 5:12 Disc 3: 01. Bytor and the Snow Dog - 4:59 02. Cygnus X-1 - 3:10 03. Working Man - 5:34 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Comments and Reviews: CabinMusic I've been working on the source now off and on for probably the past two months. It came to me with many flaws. There were periods of "static" in several places. These were caused by a variety of reasons, depending on who you ask. It might have been a loose mic connection, it might have been introduced in the original cloning process or gremlins might have done it. 99% of the static was eliminated in the remastering but it is there on occasion. In addition, every so often the sound in one channel or another gets muffled. Like it is being covered up with a coat collar or perhaps a hand? Regardless it can be a bit annoying. I was able to eliminate some of this but not all. However the show is not all bad and has many bright spots. The band themselves play exceptionally well this night. Geddy is a little more talkative than normal. The guitar solo in Bravado is perhaps one of the best of the tour, Alex's rant is entertaining as always, there is a nice mix of instruments, the stereo effect is pretty nice and the artwork is great. Even if you don't get the show, get the artwork. It is worth the price of admission alone! This recording was produced by fans, for fans and is never to be sold. If you like this recording, support the artists and purchase their official releases! As is the Simple Man norm, this show is available on Direct Connect, will be posted to alt.binaries.music.shn shortly and will be traded freely to all comers. daneck After my first listen to this release I knew CabinMusic would have his hands full. This turned out to be an above average release, but great when considering the source used. It sounds as if the taper missed the 'sweet spot'. It can sound a little distant at times, but the crowd is well behaved. Bass is strong, but not muddy like some of the earlier shows that surfaced. It appears that Alex is glad to be back home by the way he's playing, and of course his rant. Special thanks to all our Canadian fans that provided inspiration, suggestions, and translation for the artwork. I would have to say this was the funnest project I've help with to date. Cymbalineca The beauty of this show is that it's both an audio *and* visual treat, eh. Those hosers at Simple Man Productions did a beauty job on this one. I know there were a lot of problems present in the source tape and the final product is a huge improvement. Nice job. The band and crowd were high energy that night and this recording captures the mood well. As stated above, the artwork by Daneck is totally awesome, eh. What a hoot! And not just because it's written in a language I can finally understand. It's a must have for hosers everywhere. I smile and laugh every time I look at it - it's so funny! I think Alex would be proud, eh. All in all, I'd give this show a solid 6.9 So everyone, Take Off!! and get this show now, eh.