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8 thoughts on “ 2112 - Rush - 2112 (CD, Album)

  1. Buy Convinced that their run at fame was all but over, the members of Rush decided to go out “in a blaze of glory”. They were all very satisfied with the previous album, ’s Caress of Steel and felt that the rock world just didn’t get it. Further, with sales down and exposure decreased, they resented the fact that their label, Mercury Records, seemed to be pressuring them at.
  2. _hi_water._'s reviews: () - posted in Rush: the album that won Rush their freedom. And the first "popular" Rush album. Does it deserve its love? Yes, it does. It was the last studio album from the early era for them, and this is the album where Rush approaches prog. The production is still good, like always. The album is usually just loved for the first Side (which is the.
  3. Jan 17,  · We basically based that (album) cover around the red star and that hero.” Hugh Syme. In summary, is on the Albums You Need to Hear Before You Die list, and deservedly so. It is a musical triumph that solidified Rush as a super-group in the prog rock universe and launched them on a year odyssey where we all got to ride along.
  4. After over 40 years together the band released a total of 20 studio albums, 11 live albums as well as numerous compilation albums, of which 24 have gone gold, and 14 platinum. Here you will find current news, a complete discography with lyrics, a videography, and listings of RUSH members' solo projects and guest appearances.
  5. is Rush’s fourth album and the first to consistently capture their emerging vision. All accomplished musicians, the trio emphasized dynamics and thrilling trills to accentuate their epic musical vision.
  6. Find album release information for - Rush on AllMusic. Find album release information for - Rush on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases [CD/BR] Mercury CD: [CD/BR] [Deluxe Edition] Mercury CD 9/
  7. Editors’ Notes Considered one of Rush's finest albums by fans and a highly celebrated prog-rock album by everyone, is a landmark of sound and concept. The trio's peerless musicianship has long been acknowledged, and it's on full display here.
  8. Genius Pageviews For Rush’s Lyrics Spiked Nearly 2, Percent After Drummer & Lyricist Neil Peart’s Death About “” The A-side of Rush’s album of the same name.

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