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RUSH: THE SPIRIT OF RADIO

RUSH: THE SPIRIT OF RADIO

Japanese edition of 2003 compilation includes an exclusive bonus disc with two tracks, ‘What You’re Doing’ (Live) & ‘A Passage To Bangkok’ (Live). 18 tracks. Atlantic.

RUSH: TIME MACHINE 2011: LIVE

RUSH: TIME MACHINE 2011: LIVE

2011 two CD live release from the Canadian Rock trio. Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland is an evening with Rush performing their classic hits and features the legendary Moving Pictures album, performed live in its entirety. Captured in April 2011 in Cleveland during the renowned trio’s extensive world tour, Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland marks the band’s first live concert filmed in the United States. The choice to record in Cleveland was a deliberate nod of gratitude to the first city to support Rush on its airwaves, as former WMMS DJ Donna Halper is widely credited for helping break the band in 1974 by spinning “Working Man.”

RUSH: SIGNALS

RUSH: SIGNALS

Remastered on 200-gram, heavyweight vinyl at legendary Abbey Road Studios using the Direct to Metal Mastering (DMM) audiophile copper plating process, all from original analogue masters. Signals, originally released in 1982, marked the band’s increase use of electronic instrumentation, especially sequencers and electric violin (played by Ben Mink). Peaking at #10 on the Billboard chart, Signals eventually went platinum. A total of five singles were released from Signals, including ‘Subdivisions,’ which became a live staple of their concerts, along with ‘New World Man,’ ‘The Analog Kid,’ ‘The Weapon’ and ‘Countdown.’

RUSH: SNAKES & ARROWS

RUSH: SNAKES & ARROWS

Japanese pressing of this 13 track full-length album. This pressing is packaged in a digipak with obi-strip. Warner. 2007.

RUSH: TEST FOR ECHO

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RUSH: RETROSPECTIVES DISC II

RUSH: RETROSPECTIVES DISC II

Depending on your perspective, Rush's 1980s work either shows growth and maturity, or it lacks the grand craftsmanship, sheer force, and virtuosity of their peak efforts. In the early '80s, Geddy Lee began adding keyboards and synthesizers to the trio's progressive power sound and the results were rewarding: “Tom Sawyer,” “Red Barchetta,” “New World Man,” “Subdivisions,” and “Analog Kid” retain much of the magic. However, the departure of producer Terry Brown and the gaining prominence of the keyboards precipitated a noticeable decline from which the band never fully recovered. Despite some notable achievements on this volume, the 1970s companion volume truly captures Rush at its pinnacle. In fact, many of the group's '70s studio albums are stronger as a whole than this greatest-hits collection. — Marc Greilsamer –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

RUSH: ROLL THE BONES

RUSH: ROLL THE BONES

US only limited numbered edition. Pressed on 24 karat gold! Roll The Bones, Rush’s 14th studio album, released in 1991, is a fantastic blend of tempos, ideas, and musical explorations. The album marks further transition from the band’s 1980s style to their sound in the 1990s – it still has Rush’s dark mystique but it is a more pop-oriented album. There are four popular radio staples, “Bravado,” “Ghost Of A Chance,” “Roll the Bones” and “Dreamline” with the former reaching #1 on the US Mainstream Rock chart, while “Where’s My Thing” was Grammy nominated for Best Rock Instrumental. The band reunited with producer Rupert Hine for his second Rush album and “Roll the Bones” became their first US Top 5 album since 1981 peaking at #3 on the Billboard Top 200. The album also won the Canadian band that country’s 1992 Juno Award for best album cover design.

RUSH: RUSH

RUSH: RUSH

Rush’s very Zeppelin-esque 1974 debut features John Rutsey on the drums, pounding along with Geddy and Alex on Finding My Way; Working Man; Before and After , and more. This really rocks, but the Rush sound we know today (and Neil Peart) were still to come

RUSH: RETROSPECTIVES DISC 1

RUSH: RETROSPECTIVES DISC 1

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