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Rush

Over the course of their decades-spanning career, Canadian power trio Rush emerged as one of hard rock's most highly regarded bands; although typically brushed aside by critics and rarely the recipients of mainstream pop radio airplay, Rush nonetheless won an impressive and devoted fan following, while their virtuoso performance skills solidified their standing as musicians' musicians.

Rush formed in Toronto, Ontario, in the autumn of 1968, initially comprising guitarist Alex Lifeson (born Alexander Zivojinovich), vocalist/bassist Geddy Lee (born Gary Lee Weinrib), and drummer John Rutsey. In their primary incarnation, Rush drew a heavy influence from Cream, and honed their skills on the Toronto club circuit before issuing their debut single, a rendition of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away," in 1973. A self-titled LP followed in 1974, at which time Rutsey exited; he was replaced by drummer Neil Peart, who also assumed the role of the band's primary songwriter, composing the cerebral lyrics (influenced by works of science fiction and fantasy) that gradually became a hallmark of the group's aesthetic.

With Peart firmly ensconced, the band returned in 1975 with a pair of LPs, Fly by Night and Caress of Steel. Their next effort, 1976's 2112, proved their breakthrough release: a futuristic concept album based on the writings of Ayn Rand, it fused the elements of the trio's sound -- Lee's high-pitched vocals, Peart's epic drumming, and Lifeson's complex guitar work -- into a unified whole. Fans loved it -- 2112 was the first in a long line of gold and platinum releases -- while critics dismissed it as overblown and pretentious; either way, it established a formula from which the band rarely deviated throughout the duration of its career.

A Farewell to Kings followed in 1977 and reached the Top 40 in both the U.S. and Britain. After 1978's Hemispheres, Rush achieved even greater popularity with 1980's Permanent Waves, a record marked by the group's dramatic shift into shorter, less sprawling compositions; the single "The Spirit of Radio" even became a major hit. With 1981's Moving Pictures, they scored another hit of sorts with "Tom Sawyer," which garnered heavy exposure on album-oriented radio and became perhaps the trio's best-known song. As the 1980s continued, Rush grew into a phenomenally popular live draw as albums like 1982's Signals (which generated the smash "New World Man"), 1984's Grace Under Pressure, and 1985's Power Windows continued to sell millions of copies.

As the decade drew to a close, the trio cut back on its touring schedule while hardcore followers complained of a sameness afflicting slicker, synth-driven efforts like 1987's Hold Your Fire and 1989's Presto. At the dawn of the '90s, however, Rush returned to the heavier sound of their early records and placed a renewed emphasis on Lifeson's guitar heroics; consequently, both 1991's Roll the Bones and 1993's Counterparts reached the Top Three on the U.S. album charts. In 1996, the band issued Test for Echo and headed out on the road the following summer. Shortly thereafter, Peart lost his daughter in an automobile accident. Tragedy struck again in 1998 when Peart's wife succumbed to cancer.

Dire times in the Rush camp did not cause the band to quit. Lee took time out for a solo stint with 2000's My Favorite Headache; however, rumors of the band playing in the studio began to circulate. It would be five years until anything surfaced from the band. Fans were reassured in early 2002 by news that Rush were recording new songs in Toronto. The fruit of those sessions led to the release of Rush's 17th studio album, Vapor Trails, later that spring. By the end of the year a concert from the supporting tour was released on DVD as Rush in Rio.

In 2004 Rush embarked on their 30th anniversary tour, documented on the DVD R30, and in 2006 they returned to the studio to begin work on a new album. The resulting Snakes & Arrows was released in May 2007, followed by the CD/DVD set Snakes & Arrows Live in early 2008. Material from the latter was combined with footage from Rush in Rio and R30 for the CD/DVD compilation Working Men, which was released in 2009. A documentary on the band assembled by Toronto's Bangor Productions called Beyond the Lighted Stage appeared in 2010, followed a year later by another Bangor video production, Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland.

Rush's 19th full-length studio album, Clockwork Angels, arrived in June of 2012. While the following year wouldn't bring a new album, it did deliver the next best thing by way of Vapor Trails: Remixed, which found producer David Bottrill revisiting one of the more notable victims of the so-called loudness wars. Along with a freshly repaired album, Rush also released Clockwork Angels Tour, a three-disc live album recorded during their 2012 tour. The band took the next year off, but returned in 2014 with the R40 video box set, which was released to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Neil Peart's membership with the group and included the live outings Rush in Rio, R30, Snakes & Arrows Live, Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland, Clockwork Angels Tour, and two previously unreleased bonus discs. The following year saw Rush embark on their North American R40 tour, which was purported to be their last large-scale tour. It was chronicled in the 2015 CD/DVD concert album R40 Live. ~ Jason Ankeny
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Clockwork Angels Tour

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
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Track List: Vapor Trails (Remixed)

1. One Little Victory (Remixed)

2. Ceiling Unlimited (Remixed)

3. Ghost Rider (Remixed)

4. Peaceable Kingdom (Remixed)

5. The Stars Look Down (Remixed)

6. How It Is (Remixed)

7. Vapor Trail (Remixed)

8. Secret Touch (Remixed)

9. Earthshine (Remixed)

10. Sweet Miracle (Remixed)

11. Nocturne (Remixed)

12. Freeze (Part IV Of Fear) (Remixed)

13. Out Of The Cradle (Remixed)

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Track List: Clockwork Angels

1. Caravan

2. Bu2b

3. Clockwork Angels

4. The Anarchist

5. Carnies

6. Halo Effect

7. Seven Cities Of Gold

8. The Wreckers

9. Headlong Flight

10. Bu2b2

11. Wish Them Well

12. The Garden

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Track List: Time Machine 2011 (Live In Cleveland)

1. The Spirit Of Radio (Live 2011)

2. Time Stand Still (Live 2011)

3. Presto (Live 2011)

4. Stick It Out (Live 2011)

5. Workin' Them Angels (Live 2011)

6. Leave That Thing Alone (Live 2011)

7. Faithless (Live 2011)

8. BU2B (Live 2011)

9. Free Will (Live 2011)

10. Marathon (Live 2011)

11. Subdivisions (Live 2011)

12. Tom Sawyer (Live 2011)

13. Red Barchetta (Live 2011)

14. YYZ (Live 2011)

15. Limelight (Live 2011)

16. The Camera Eye (Live 2011)

17. Witch Hunt (Live 2011)

18. Vital Signs (Live 2011)

19. Caravan (Live 2011)

20. Moto Perpetuo (Live 2011)

21. O'Malley's Break (Live 2011)

22. Closer To The Heart (Live 2011)

23. 2112 Overture / The Temples Of Syrinx (Live 2011)

24. Far Cry (Live 2011)

25. La Villa Strangiato (Live 2011)

26. Working Man (Live 2011)

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Track List: Snakes & Arrows

1. Far Cry

2. Armor And Sword

3. Workin' Them Angels

4. The Larger Bowl

5. Spindrift

6. The Main Monkey Business

7. The Way The Wind Blows

8. Hope

9. Faithless

10. Bravest Face

11. Good News First

12. Malignant Narcissism

13. We Hold On

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Track List: Feedback

1. Summertime Blues

2. Heart Full Of Soul

3. For What It's Worth

4. The Seeker

5. Mr. Soul

6. Seven And Seven Is

7. Shapes Of Things

8. Crossroads

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Track List: Retrospective II 1981-1987

1. The Big Money

2. Red Barchetta

3. Subdivisions

4. Time Stand Still

5. Mystic Rythms

6. The Analog Kid

7. Distant Early Warning

8. Marathon

9. The Body Electric

10. Mission

11. Limelight

12. Red Sector A

13. New World Man

14. Tom Sawyer

15. Force Ten

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Track List: Test For Echo

1. Test For Echo

2. Driven

3. Half The World

4. The Color Of Right

5. Time And Motion

6. Totem

7. Dog Years

8. Virtuality

9. Resist

10. Limbo

11. Carve Away The Stone

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Track List: Counterparts

1. Animate

2. Stick It Out

3. Cut To The Chase

4. Nobody's Hero

5. Between Sun & Moon

6. Alien Shore

7. The Speed Of Love

8. Double Agent

9. Leave That Thing Alone

10. Cold Fire

11. Everyday Glory

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Track List: Roll The Bones

1. Dreamline

2. Bravado

3. Roll The Bones

4. Face Up

5. Where's My Thing? (Part IV, ''Gangster Of Boats'' Trilogy)

6. The Big Wheel

7. Heresy

8. Ghost Of A Chance

9. Neurotica

10. You Bet Your Life

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Track List: Presto

1. Show Don't Tell

2. Chain Lightning

3. The Pass

4. War Paint

5. Scars

6. Presto

7. Superconductor

8. Anagram (for Mongo)

9. Red Tide

10. Hand Over Fist

11. Available Light

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Track List: Hold Your Fire

1. Force Ten

2. Time Stand Still

3. Open Secrets

4. Second Nature

5. Prime Mover

6. Lock and Key

7. Mission

8. Turn the Page

9. Tai Shan

10. High Water

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Track List: Power Windows

1. The Big Money

2. Grand Designs

3. Manhattan Project

4. Marathon

5. Territories

6. Middletown Dreams

7. Emotion Detector

8. Mystic Rhythms

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Track List: Grace Under Pressure (Remastered)

1. Distant Early Warning

2. Afterimage

3. Red Sector A

4. The Enemy Within

5. The Body Electric

6. Kid Gloves

7. Red Lenses

8. Between The Wheels

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Track List: Signals (Remaster)

1. Subdivisions

2. The Analog Kid

3. Chemistry

4. Digital Man

5. The Weapon

6. New World Man

7. Losing It

8. Countdown

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Track List: Moving Pictures

1. Tom Sawyer

2. Red Barchetta

3. YYZ

4. Limelight

5. The Camera Eye

7. Vital Signs

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Track List: Permanent Waves

1. The Spirit Of Radio

2. Freewill

3. Jacob's Ladder

4. Entre Nous

5. Different Strings

6. Natural Science

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Track List: Hemispheres

1. Cygnus X-1 Book II Hemispheres

2. Circumstances

3. The Trees

4. La Villa Strangiato

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Track List: A Farewell To Kings

1. A Farewell To Kings

2. Xanadu

3. Closer To The Heart

4. Cinderella Man

5. Madrigal

6. Cygnus X-1

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Track List: 2112

1. '2112': I: Overture / II: The Temples Of Syrinx / III: Discovery / IV: Presentation / V: Oracle: The Dream / VI. Soliloquy / VII. Grand Finale

2. A Passage To Bangkok

3. The Twilight Zone

4. Lessons

5. Tears

6. Something For Nothing

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Track List: Caress Of Steel

1. Bastille Day

2. I Think I'm Going Bald

3. Lakeside Park

4. II. Under The Shadow / III. Return Of The Prince

5. II. Didacts And Narpets / III. No One At The Bridge / IV. Panacea / V. Bacchus Plateau / VI. The Fountain

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Track List: Fly By Night

1. Anthem

2. Best I Can

3. Beneath, Between & Behind

4. By-Tor And The Snowdog

5. Fly By Night

6. Making Memories

7. Rivendell

8. In The End

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Track List: Rush

1. Finding My Way

2. Need Some Love

3. Take A Friend

4. Here Again

5. What You're Doing

6. In The Mood

7. Before And After

8. Working Man

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Track List: Caravan (Radio Single)

x

Track List: Headlong Flight (Single)

1. Headlong Flight

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Track List: R40 Live (Live At Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada/June 2015)

1. The Anarchist (Live 2015)

2. Headlong Flight (Live 2015)

3. Far Cry (Live 2015)

4. The Main Monkey Business (Live 2015)

5. How It Is (Live 2015)

6. Animate (Live 2015)

7. Roll The Bones (Live 2015)

8. Between The Wheels (Live 2015)

9. Losing It (With Ben Mink) (Live 2015)

10. Subdivisions (Live 2015)

11. Tom Sawyer (Live 2015)

12. YYZ (Live 2015)

13. The Spirit Of Radio (Live 2015)

14. Natural Science (Live 2015)

15. Jacob's Ladder (Live 2015)

16. Hemispheres: Prelude (Live 2015)

17. Cygnus X-1/The Story So Far (Drum Solo) (Live 2015)

18. Closer To The Heart (Live 2015)

19. Xanadu (Live 2015)

20. 2112 (Live 2015)

21. Lakeside Park/Anthem (Live 2015)

22. What You're Doing/Working Man (Live 2015)

23. One Little Victory (Live 2015)

24. Distant Early Warning (Live 2015)

25. Red Barchetta (Live 2015)

26. Clockwork Angels (Live 2015)

27. The Wreckers (Live 2015)

28. The Camera Eye (Live 2015)

29. Losing It (With Jonathan Dinklage) (Live 2015)

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Track List: The Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987

1. Working Man

2. Fly By Night

3. 2112 Overture / The Temples Of Syrinx

4. Closer To The Heart

5. The Trees

6. The Spirit Of Radio

7. Freewill

8. Limelight

9. Tom Sawyer

10. Red Barchetta

11. New World Man

12. Subdivisions

13. Distant Early Warning

14. The Big Money

15. Force Ten

16. Time Stand Still

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Track List: Vapor Trails

1. One Little Victory

2. Ceiling Unlimited

3. Ghost Rider

4. Peaceable Kingdom

5. The Stars Look Down

6. How It Is

7. Vapor Trail

8. Secret Touch

9. Earthshine

10. Sweet Miracle

11. Nocturne

12. Freeze - Part IV Of 'Fear'

13. Out Of The Cradle

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Pretty jealous of planetz, just got into them last year, I'm 14 and heavily addicted
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20 times planetz? You are very fortunate. I have seen them twice and feel very lucky. Can listen to them over and over. When MTV has their concert specials and I see Rush, all know not to change the channel, regardless of how many times I have seen the same concert.
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Over the years, I've seen RUSH in concert more than 20 times
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Limelight is a 2nd favorite, know most of the words too
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Rush Tom Sawyer is by far my favorite song from them and my favorite classic rock song of all time. I know all the words and I just love it. Great to sing along to
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My favorite Band ever
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kimready46
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Geddy's vocals sound off on this version of Red Barchetta
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cpinto72572
Rush!! They live on forever!!
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Saw them live over 30x, they are the best live band I ever saw!
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Anyone who doesn't think Rush is GREAT has not seen them live!
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yy911 ur right .. meanings on top of meanings .. words that mean more than 1 thing .. also .. they were very futuristic for their time.
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yy911
Best band ever so much meaning in the lyrics
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53 years old and never get tired of the old stuff. Wish they weren't done touring. I know Geddy's voice isn't what it once was but would still pay big $ to see them. As a band, the three best musicians, period. Working Man baby!
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Rush is by far one of the most musically inclined bands of all time.
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One the greatest bands of all time! Rock on!!
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tocojo1
rush forever,
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I stand corrected, I correct myself. The song Limelight by Rush, was on moving pictures album. I said prominent waves. I was wrong Nobody's Perfect! But the moving pictures album was the album after permanent waves Rush Limelight the song on it totally awesome album also! Either way, both albums kickass! Rush rules! And so does subdivisions , this song also rocks a**! Once again, the greatest 3 man band ever! Rush! Rock on
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i PROMISE... 3000 yrs from now on planet Mars......Ru s h still implys
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lasiter803
Went to the R40 Tour in Tulsa, OK...Awesome ! ! !
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jamieb12871
Always a pleasure 2 hear
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Rush was soooo hot live. All 3 of them are smok'in great!
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John did exit! His death wasn't until @2006, or so! Please see," Beyond the Lighted Stage", which gives their whole story,& has very early videos
Of live performances , - a GREAT DOCUMENTARY!
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marieabella1 7
❤❤❤❤❤❤
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I am from Utah and missed them the last and final time they were in Utah please if ever you tour again come to Utah and I will buy the finest ticket they sell Alex ,Geddy
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1978 was our first year to see Rush. Long Beach Arena. Opening act.. The Original Pat Travers Band /with Pat Thrall. Great Show! ��!
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Totally classic Jam, by the greatest three man band ever Rush! This song is one of my favorite all-time songs to play on my guitar. First there first album 1974, working man. Such a totally awesome album, @ totally Rockin Jam. I Guess that's what I am, a working man! Rush rules! Phenomenal musicians Rock on!
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Spirit of the radio and Tom Sawyer are my favorite tracks by Rush
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trinn17
First saw Rush right after 2112 came out. Tickets were about $18.. I remember one of my friends asking who the back-up band was, and another guy answers, some band called Van Halen...Firs t guy asks who the heck is Van Halen? Friend #2 answers, oh you know, they got that song Running with the Devil playing on the radio.. Point being we had no idea what we were about to see. Had to be about 1978 or so. Rush is a band that never stopped improving. Absolute masters of their instruments!
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Gave me goosebumps
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Rest In Peace John is Right. RUSH is another good album
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And @groovyman: ALL their lyrics are thought provoking. Back in the day, we used to call them "cerebral rock." Alex is awesome (named my firstborn after him lol and she's a girl!), Geddy is ferocious, but Neil is just a frickin' machine! Best trio ever. Seen them a bunch of times...alwa y s able to reproduce live what they did in the studio. Truly musicians' musicians. The state of the art.
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One thing though: John Rutsey didn't "exit"....he died. Best band ever! Neil was SUCH an improvement (sorry John, RIP)
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2112 or Moving Pictures are the BEST Rush Albums��
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I was a fan from the first time I heard them.
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The best group Ever put to gether.from Reuben Heard.Detroi t .
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yeah..freewi l l
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My all time favorite jam!
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b.siegel
Jj
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2112 best Rush album
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RUSH Wlill always be my all time favorite Classic Rock group
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Enjoyed Rush all my life. Lifeson or ( Zivonivich ) influince my guitar playing. Rush all.
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krcking
Without a doubt the best 3 man group out there. Went to my 1st Rush concert last year. No other explodes with sound and poem like lyrics as Getty, Neil and Pert. 4 ever a great fan.
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RUSH..best ever..no comparison.. n o band holds a candle to them..
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Your Magic will never end
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I'm so glad I went to see a show from the R40 tour... it was the only time I ever got to see them live, and when I heard that would be their last tour, I breathed a sigh of relief because I got to see it...
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cwiersema1
There are no ''similar artists ''...
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I still have the program from grace show. Lots of synthesizers but the show rocked. Especially when rush played subdivisions
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All three of these guys are amazing. Best trio ever.
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michael--and r e w s
Rush is far away my favorite band of all time, and has been since A Farewell to Kings. The first time I saw them live was the Hemispheres tour in 1978, the last time was Clockwork Angels in 2014. I will forever kick myself for not springing the cash to see their last tour... let's hope Neil comes to his senses eventually. YYZ is commonly regarded as their best instrumental , but give a listen to 'The Main Monkey Business' from Snakes and Arrows. Geddy's riffing is just ferocious...
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