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Audio 11 June 1977 - Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England [Audience]

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Track Listing:

01 - Bastille Day​
02 - Anthem​
03 - Lakeside Park​
04 - 2112​
05 - Xanadu​
06 - Something For Nothing​
07 - By-Tor And The Snow Dog​
08 - The Necromancer​
09 - Working Man​
10 - Finding My Way​
11 - Working Man (Reprise)​
12 - Drum Solo​
13 - Fly By Night​
14 - In The Mood​
15 - What You're Doing​


  • This was Rush's seventh performance outside of North America.
  • These European dates at the end of the ATWAS tour mark the first appearances of the entirety of Discovery being performed during 2112, which would carry into the next two tours.
  • This recording features an early live version of Xanadu with alternate lyrics, "the miracle of ages coming true".
  • This recording also features one of eight known rare live recordings of The Necromancer.
  • In The End has now been dropped from the setlist, most likely to allow for more time to perform Xanadu which had replaced The Twilight Zone.
  • This recording is missing Best I Can as the final song from the last encore.
  • From Xanadu and onward, the sound quality drops drastically, and becomes extremely muffled and distorted, making it very likely the worst sounding Rush recording out there. Fair warning, it's nearly unlistenable past a certain point, and the further you go, the bass distortion will become very painful to listen to.