|Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland|
|Live album by|
|Released||8 November 2011|
|Recorded||15 April 2011|
|Venue||Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio|
|Genre||Progressive rock, hard rock|
Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland is a concert DVD, Blu-ray and double CD by Canadian rock band Rush released on 8 November 2011. It was filmed on 15 April 2011 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio during the band's Time Machine Tour.The DVD film was recorded by Banger Films, which had previously produced the Rush documentary Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage . The Moving Pictures portion of the concert was released on vinyl and digitally under the title Moving Pictures: Live 2011.
The album was nominated for a Juno Award in the "Music DVD of the Year" category.On 14 May 2014, the DVD was certified 2× Platinum in the US with 200,000 copies sold. It was later reissued as a part of the DVD and Blu-ray box set titled R40, released on 11 November 2014.
The following is the setlist of the concert filmed for Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland.
|1.||"The Spirit of Radio"||5:02|
|2.||"Time Stand Still"||5:16|
|4.||"Stick It Out"||4:22|
|5.||"Workin' Them Angels"||4:44|
|6.||"Leave That Thing Alone"||Lee, Lifeson||5:13|
|12.||"Tom Sawyer"||Lee, Lifeson, Peart, Pye Dubois||4:53|
|1.||"The Camera Eye"||10:10|
|5.||"Moto Perpetuo/Love for Sale" (Drum solo)||Peart, Cole Porter||8:22|
|6.||"O'Malley's Break" (Acoustic solo)||Lifeson||1:33|
|7.||"Closer to the Heart"||Lee, Lifeson, Peart, Peter Talbot||3:28|
|8.||"2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx"||7:10|
|10.||"La Villa Strangiato" (polka intro)||7:40|
|11.||"Working Man" (reggae intro)||Lee, Lifeson||6:40|
The post-show video that played during the tour (featuring Paul Rudd and Jason Segel) is not included on the DVD/Blu-ray release. In its place is a closing segment that features Lee, Lifeson and Peart performing a polka rendition of "Closer to the Heart" and portraying their characters from the video intro for the first set.
|Canadian Albums (Billboard)||59|
|German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)||58|
|UK Albums (OCC)||70|
|US Billboard 200||54|
|US Top Hard Rock Albums (Billboard)||4|
|US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)||13|
|US Top Tastemaker Albums (Billboard)||8|
|United States (RIAA)||2× Platinum||200,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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