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4 stars As many bands in rock history, they sometimes search for places where their music was never played live. This happened to Queen and Iron Maiden when they decided to visit South America, a place where rock music is not that popular as in other parts of the world, and as a coincidence had chosen Brazil to test this kind of public having fantastic results that remain in video or record nowadays. Rush was about to taste the energy and the productive in terms of audience and would enlarge the amount of great bands to play in those magical venues. The sound and energy of both band and people melts in the most punching live record ever released by the band. Peart's statement was that after Different Stages they would not release any other Live Album for the next 6 or 10 years, but the Rio experience was something those Canadians didn't overlook and made yet another tribute to that people and those Brazilian cities that have put their emotions for their beloved band. In emotional terms this one is the best live record released by Rush...And I'm just waiting for you guys to put the DVD link for saying more about this concert. There is more to say about it.
Carlos | 4/5 |


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