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Artist: Rush

Title: Rush In Rio

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Category: Prog Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: 83672

Personnel

Geddy Lee Vocals, Bass
Alex Lifeson Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandola
Neil Peart Drums, Cymbals

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Tom Sawyer  5:04
2.  Distant Early Warning  4:50
3.  New World Man  4:04
4.  Roll The Bones  6:15
5.  Earthshine  5:44
6.  YYZ  4:56
7.  The Pass  4:52
8.  Bravado  6:18
9.  The Big Money  6:03
10.  The Trees  5:12
11.  Freewill  5:48
12.  Closer To The Heart  3:04
13.  Natural Science  8:34
  
Total Running Time:  70:44

Disc 2
14.  One Little Victory  5:32
15.  Driven  5:22
16.  Ghost Rider  5:36
17.  Secret Touch  7:00
18.  Dreamline  5:10
19.  Red Sector A  5:16
20.  Leave That Thing Alone  4:59
21.  O Baterista  8:54
22.  Resist  4:23
23.  2112  6:52
  
Total Running Time:  59:04

Disc 3
24.  Limelight  4:29
25.  La Villa Strangiato  10:05
26.  The Spirit Of Radio  5:28
27.  By-Tor And The Snow Dog  4:34
28.  Cygnus X-1  3:12
29.  Working Man  5:48
  
Total Running Time:  33:36

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Collette Date: November 23, 2004 at 16:53
Once again Rush delivers with yet another collection of live things. But this one seems really alive. The audience is the 4th player on these recordings and it makes a difference. It adds deep emotions that interlock the old with the new, regardless if you prefer the old or new Rush. My only slight complaint is that I don't think I like Geddy's bass sound like I did on "All the World's a Stage". It sounds too produced. It could be the Sansamp set-up or my old fashion likes crying out.

From: Rockhead Date: November 24, 2004 at 2:44
Awesome-live Cd the guitars are loud and give life to the sometimes sterile studio versions. Roll The Bones sounds fantastic.

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From: Jez Date: November 24, 2004 at 5:29
This is how live cd's should be done, a complete, perfectly recorded 3 hour gig stretched over 3 discs. Ok you need to have some serious time to get through it, but it is time very well spent. The accompanying DVD is even better with the visuals. This, along with the last couple of Dream Theater discs (Live Scenes From New York & Live At Budokan)have made a benchmark in how live discs should be done. Superb.

From: Propane Date: December 3, 2004 at 12:24
The dvd is king on this one. Excellent quality work live.


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