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  1. Akinozragore
    Jul 10,  · Animate (from Counterparts, ) "I love Animate.I think it’s one of the great songs we've done." Thats what Geddy Lee has to say about the opening track (and fourth single) from the band's album balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo album continued the rockier approach of Roll The Bones as the band returned to producer Peter Collins, having worked with Rupert Hine on the two previous albums.
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  2. Goltibei
    Rush was a Canadian rock band consisting of Geddy Lee (bass, vocals, keyboards), Alex Lifeson (guitars), and Neil Peart (drums, percussion, lyricist). Formed in , the band went through several configurations until arriving at its longest and classic line-up when Peart replaced original drummer John Rutsey in July , two weeks before the group's first tour of the United States.
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  3. Shagal
    Jul 08,  · Quote: Originally Posted by kkonkkrete While I agree with much in the post, it cracked me up that you say 'the underground sound' and then go on to list some of the most mainstream artists in that field. Heh, I should have created a sub list. 'Underground sound' was with reference to GU - and the majority of the artists / DJ's associated with it MAW.
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  4. Dicage
    Oct 04,  · wrote and produced an album that made him essential to contemporary black music. Gliding over a .
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  5. Vugal
    Recorded and filmed over two (sold-out, of course) evenings at Toronto's Air Canada Centre in the midst of the band's date North American R40 tour, the aptly named R40 Live finds Rush at a crossroads. On the one hand, it's a festive affair that sees the stalwart trio performing a lethal mix of classics, deep cuts, and recent triumphs with the gusto of men many years younger, but that.
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  6. Kekus
    8: 8. Rush Clockwork Angels () Finally, after 25 years of Rush releasing average to mediocre albums, Rush finally finds a sound that works. This album was one of the most anticipated albums of and for good reason, the members of Rush are all nearing 60, yet still rock just as hard as they did during their Moving Picture years.
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  7. Zugrel
    Jul 29,  · This was the last track on Counterparts, their best album of the s and what would have been Rush's best late period album if Clockwork Angels didn't come nineteen years later. " .
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  8. Vubei
    Jun 11,  · We asked you, the Classic Rock reader, to choose your favourite Rush songs. You came, you voted in very large numbers, we calculated the results using a giant, futuristic abacus, and at the end of the day a list was compiled that features a lot of amazing music and quite a few surprises. Here are your Top 50 Rush tracks.
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