Rush: Mirrors. (Oxygen Records :: OXY 003/4)
Recorded Live at Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California, USA - January 30, 1992.
Excellent+ Soundboard Recording :: Silver CD/s :: MP3 CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.
01. Force Ten
04. Distant Early Warning
05. Time Stand Still
08. Roll The Bones
09. Show Don't Tell
10. The Big Money
01. Ghost Of A Chance
03. The Pass
04. Where's My Thing?
05. The Rhythm Method
06. Closer To The Heart
09. Intro - Tom Sawyer
Files: 20. :: Size: 288.13 MB (mp3) | 893 MB (flac).
Total Time: 02:05:56 hour/s.
Personnel: Geddy Lee :: Alex Lifeson :: Neil Peart.
Notes: Ron's Rush RoIO Review (Audio - 10): This is widely regarded as the definitive Rush show -- the legendary Oakland performance. In my opinion, this was the last great tour, featuring a remarkably well-balanced set list. All the RTB songs come alive with extended solos, and long intros or outros. "Bravado" is most notable, with Alex delivering a truly inspired end solo. You can?t listen to the studio album quite the same way after this. This tour also has Neil?s best drum solo to date and the best closing medley, IMHO. A truly excellent soundboard recording. The balance and mix are almost perfect, and you could really believe that this is an official release. The flaws in Rush-n-Roulette ?92 are corrected here -- there are NO dropouts at all. The sound is also better mixed. The bass on this one will shake your house at high volumes. This CD was obviously a labor of love by a true fan. The booklet has many pictures, and lists every date on the RTB tour. The inside of the CD case lists the dates of all previous tours. If you can find "Mirrors," get it. It is definitely better quality than RNR ?92.
Bill Girton (Audio - 10): What a great show. The recording is superb from the first minute of the show to the last. Everything comes through great. To nit-pick a little, Geddy does very little audience interaction. Overall, one of the best sounding shows out there.
Mark Sorensen (Audio - 10): Subdivisions is played with incredible enthusiasm and sounds much heavier than on ASOH. Having not heard The Pass, Superconductor or Ghost Of A Chance live before, I was truly impressed by how much better these tracks sound live than from the studio. Or at least, the boys seem to breath life into them on stage. I also think that Geddy's voice is much stronger (faultless) than on 'Different Stages' - I can't really figure why Lee & Northfield didn't choose material from the RTBs tour. Anyway, for my first Rush BL - I am really impressed.<-(Info taken from digitalrushexperience.com).