Not video, but high quality audio -http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=419552
Verizon Wireless Arena - Manchester, NH
2012-09-07 (Friday, September 7, 2012)
Opening night of the Clockwork Angels tour
AT933 hypercardioid (3-wire) > CA-9100 > Edirol R-09 (24/44.1)
Section 108 row K
Sound was ok. Bit muddy. Seemed to improve after the first few songs. Much clearer on the recording - could barely decipher Geddy at the show.
Sat next to super fanboy, the world's loudest clapper. . . mostly between songs. . . and a guy on the other side that really loved the new album. . .
The recording also suffers from an intermittent buzz/hum during the first couple of songs. Think it's limited to the spots noted. Not sure what happened. Sorry. . .
Some deep cuts, most of the new album, the big hits. A little for everyone. . .
Setlist courtesy of Rush is a Band blog, I'm too tired. . .
Converted to 16 bit and fades added with Audacity, cut with cdwave, rest with TLH.
Just noticed after I started uploading that I screwed up the trackmarking starting at Headlong Flight. I missed the split for Halo Effect so those two are in one track. Then I had a stray track mark between Spirit and the outro video. Sorry again. . . too freakin' late to be doing this :-)
01. Opening video
02. Subdivisions (buzz throughout first 1:15)
03. The Big Money (slight buzz 0:40 to 1:00)
04. Force 10 (slight buzz at 0:37)
05. Grand Designs
06. The Body Electric
08. The Analog Kid
10. Where's My Thing > Drum solo
11. Far Cry
Set 2 with string section
201. Opening video
203. Clockwork Angels
204. The Anarchist
206. The Wreckers
207. Headlong Flight > Halo Effect
208. Wish Them Well
209. The Garden
210. Technical glitch (no keyboards) - Alex's joke
211. Manhattan Project
212. Electric drum solo
213. Red Sector A
215. Working Man
216. Tom Sawyer (Alex botches solo)
217. The Spirit of Radio
218. bad track mark . . .
219. Outro video
Some kind soul may like this recording enough to remaster. Please let me know if you intend to post it. Hope you can reduce the clapper. . .