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5 stars When I delved into the Rush live albums I was hesitant only because I always thought live albums were kinda a waste, if you want to hear them live go to a concert. Yet, being the huge Rush fan I am, had to go to the live albums after getting all the studio albums. This was obviously the first and was very pleased and surprised with not just how great it sounds but how much they kicked major ass live. I have never seen them live, yet, and after hearing this I really wanna see them. To me, the highlight was Working Man/Finding My Way, just killer plus Neil's solo. This was a great live album and might be my favorite live album ever. Great 5 stars. Highlights: Fly by Night/In the Mood, Lakeside Park, 2112, By-Tor and the Snow Dog, Working Man/Finding My Way and What You're Doing
criticdrummer94 | 5/5 |


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