The band Rush performs live at the Festhalle in Frankfurt, Germany on their 30th Anniversary Tour.

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Rush live in Frankfurt, Germany, plus many extras. The main feature is the concert performed in Frakfurt, Germany on September 24th, 2004, in stunning High-Definition with a 16:9 Widescreen presentation. This DVD package is both a record of their exuberant 30th anniversary tour show (albeit with 8 of the 31 songs removed) and a retrospective, including a second disc with interviews and performances from throughout Rush's 30 year career. Written by Manfrenjensenton

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Man, what a show!
14 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've always been partial to "R30" because it's got my favorite performance of 'Force Ten'. That's the song that ultimately drew me to Rush in the first place, and my love for that bass line will never die. It's crisp, clean and electrifying.

But that just explains my personal bias. This is a Rush concert, after all, which means it opens like a beast with a sweeping overture and sets right to work on the diverse set list. Just as you'd expect. They even throw in a solid cover of The Who's 'The Seeker' for good measure. The band's signature precision is on full display during every minute of this thing. The production values are first-rate, too (some of the camera moves are very nice).

They really put together a nice package.

10/10


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