Rush ‎– Presto

Atlantic ‎– A1-82040, Columbia House ‎– A1-82040
Vinyl, LP, Album, Club Edition


A1 Show Don't Tell 5:01
A2 Chain Lightning 4:33
A3 The Pass 4:51
A4 War Paint 5:24
A5 Scars 4:07
A6 Presto 5:45
B1 Superconductor 4:47
B2 Anagram (For Mongo) 4:00
B3 Red Tide 4:29
B4 Hand Over Fist 4:11
B5 Available Light 5:03


Other Versions (5 of 45) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ANL-1059 Rush Presto(LP, Album) Anthem Records (2) ANL-1059 Canada 1989 Sell This Version
7 82040-1 Rush Presto(LP, Album) Atlantic, Anthem Records (2) 7 82040-1 US 1989 Sell This Version
7567-82040-2 Rush Presto(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic, Anthem Records (2) 7567-82040-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
R1-83736 Rush Presto(LP, Album, RE, RM, 200) Atlantic, Anthem Records (2) R1-83736 US 2015 Sell This Version
756782040-2 Rush Presto(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic 756782040-2 Brazil Unknown Sell This Version


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June 26, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
This is a very good album, though not up to snuff with Permanent Waves or Moving Pictures. There is one question I have to ask - is anyone else unhappy with the fact that 29 minutes is squeezed onto side one? My copy, which was almost pristine, did not fare well with my Audio Technica AT-LP120. Instead, I just found a very nice needle drop on the internet. It sounds pretty good, though. The music is very tinny, which I do not like very much. However, that is overshadowed my the amazing songwriting on this album. There is a lot less synths on this compared to the last few albums. This is the start of an era that is less complex, and follows more of a normal rock structure. Surprisingly, Rush is good at doing this! Who knew that one of the most refined progressive rock bands can make straight-forward rock music? It really is shocking. I recommend this album to anyone who likes straight-forward rock music. The only problem, again, is the production. With the right setup, though, you can enjoy this album for all it is worth! 8/10