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As presented here (as opposed to earlier releases on VHS and laserdisc), the concerts are intended to complement the same live recordings (with some variations in playlists) that were previously released on CD, and the "Grace Under Pressure" CD, included here as a special-bonus fourth disc, is an all-new release exclusive to this package. If you own them all (and what self-respecting Rush fan wouldn't?), you'll have a near-complete collection of these pivotal performances. Both "Exit" (recorded at The Forum in Montreal, Quebec) and "Grace" (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto) have been re-edited to an even hour apiece, while "A Show of Hands" (National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England) clocks in at 90 minutes. While they lack the visual splendor of Pulse, each concert offers an equal serving of highlights, notably "The Trees" and "Xanadu" (on "Exit"), "The Spirit of Radio" and the muscular medley of "YYZ/The Temples of Syrinx/Tom Sawyer/Vital Signs" (on "Grace"); and the stunning Alex Lifeson showcase "La Villa Strangiato" (on "A Show of Gands"). The latter also includes an obligatory and always-impressive Neil Peart drum solo (on "The Rhythm Method"), and while the original video source results in occasionally murkey image quality (as also happened with "Grace Under Pressure" director David Mallet on Pulse), there's no doubt that the 5.1-channel Dolby Digital remastering (supervised by Lifeson and Mike Fraser) represents a substantial improvement in overall sound, especially for those with DTS decoders. For those who think a little Rush goes a long way, Replay x 3 will probably qualify as overkill, but true fans will be ecstatic despite the absence of certain previously available material or any backstage features that would allow a more intimate glimpse of prog-rock's most enduring practitioners. What's not here is regrettable; what is here is fantastic. --Jeff Shannon
This is a very nice package. Exit Stage Left is a classic show and actually has a few more cuts on the DVD than the album. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Green Manalishi
Receiver loved it. Please let me know when more compilations come out.Published 3 months ago by Tammy Drury
Fabulous collection of Rush live! Never witnessed Rush live before? Your life is NOT complete until you do. Highly recommended!!Published 3 months ago by PMFPS
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Same here, Andrew. I am very excited to get my copy!
Jun 29, 2006 by Marcus | See all 2 posts
|This is a GREAT year for concert dvds!||
Both are excellent , even though all the DVDs where made from the videos when there was no hi-definition.
For hi-definition , get the RUSH-30th Anniversary live DVD , as well!
Jul 15, 2006 by RegF | See all 2 posts
|RUSH-REPLAY...is just GREAT!||
I couldn't have said it better myself. I'm happy just to be able to watch these shows again, and the sound is awesome. The video also looks fine if you consider when they were filmed. Another thing that the "whiners" fail to consider is that you're getting three DVD's at about $9.00... Read More
Jun 15, 2006 by John E. Bruggeman Jr. | See all 3 posts
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