Rush - All The World's A Stage - Rush Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Hard Rock / Artist: Rush / Audio CD released at island / mercury / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Bastille Day 2 Anthem 3 Fly By Night/In The Mood 4 Something For Nothing 5 Lakeside Park 6 2112 7 By-Tor And The Snow Dog 8 In The End 9 W ... more
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For any band - a follow up to what is generally perceived as their best album can often be trying - and yet R Rush have managed to evolve once more with their style, and still produce a very listenable record. Signals (1982) has a fairly bleak sound, with heavy use (some Guitar fans would say too heavy) of Synthesisers, to create a brooding ambience that combines well with the lyrics. For many Rush fans, this started a fallow period of 4 albums (Signals, Grace Under Pressure, Power Windows and Hold Your Fire) that featured too much Synthesiser and not enough Guitar - effectively pushing Alex (Guitars) to the sideline and allowing Geddy (Vocals, Bass & Keyboards) to ...
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