Countdown To London

Thanks to The Digital Rush Experience for this page

Media: 2 CDr
Time: 60:10, 47:50
Catalog: Digital Reproductions  DR 52183
Source: Audience (1st gen)
Quality: EX
Date: 05-21-83
Location: Wembley Arena, London, England

Track Listing

3 Stooges Intro 0:38
The Spirit of Radio 4:39
Tom Sawyer 5:06
Freewill 5:21
Digital Man 6:35
Subdivisions 5:20
Vital Signs 5:12
The Camera Eye 6:56
Closer to the Heart 3:11
The Analog Kid 4:47
Broon's Bane 1:32
The Trees 4:23
Red Barchetta 6:22

The Weapon 7:56
New World Man 3:59
Limelight 4:26
Countdown 5:50
2112: Overture/The Temples of Syrinx 6:20
Xanadu 2:26
La Villa Strangiato 3:30
In the Mood 3:01
Dancing Music 0:27
YYZ / Drum Solo (cut) 9:54

and Reviews:

The Digital Dan:

Until there is a Signals soundboard, this date will remain the best sounding date of the tour. And the source for this production, a 1st gen tape archived to DAT, is incredible to say the least. To describe the sound of this show would require using words that would sound more like a description of heaven than that of a live recording. But this is heaven to Rush fanatics. The balance is almost perfect between the instruments. There is just the right mix of authoritative low end and ethereal high end. One listen to Neil's drum solo and one would almost swear it is a soundboard. Also, the show is complete and intact. The only cut is the last 10 seconds of the YYZ / Drum Solo. I could go on and on about how good this show sounds and how much fun it is to listen to. But rather than do that, just go out and get a copy to listen to and enjoy for yourself. Special thanks to Rubicon for helping us to acquire the source used for this production. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is available for free trade or blank media trade only! No exceptions. Visit the trading links and newsgroup to find any one of many individuals that will trade it to you for free. Please keep the spirit of trading alive and not rip off the band by trying to make a quick buck!

Special Note:

This production was released as the 2001 Digital Reproductions - X-mas Gift to Rush Fans.