Rush

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Progressive rock trio, formed in 1968 (Toronto, Canada).

Rush retired from touring after the R40 tour when Neil Peart announced he would retire due to health reasons. In January 2018, Alex Lifeson said in an interview that Rush's career had come to an end.
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Rush - Rush album art Rush Rush (Album) Moon Records (18) Netherlands 1974 Sell This Version
Rush - Caress Of Steel album art Rush Caress Of Steel (Album) Mercury Japan 1975 Sell This Version
Rush - Fly By Night album art Rush Fly By Night (Album) Mercury, Mercury UK 1975 Sell This Version
Rush - All The World's A Stage album art Rush All The World's A Stage (Album) Mercury US 1976 Sell This Version
Rush - 2112 album art Rush 2112 (Album, Comp) Mercury US 1976 Sell This Version
Rush - A Farewell To Kings album art Rush A Farewell To Kings (Album) Anthem (5) New Zealand 1977 Sell This Version
Rush - Hemispheres album art Rush Hemispheres (Album) Anthem (5) US 1978 Sell This Version
SPE-003 Rush - Live In Concert From St. Louis, MOI album art Rush Live In Concert From St. Louis, MOI(2xLP, Promo, Transcription) Anthem (5) SPE-003 Canada 1980 Sell This Version
Rush - Permanent Waves album art Rush Permanent Waves (Album) Anthem Records (2) UK 1980 Sell This Version
Series #18 Show #4 Rush - Jim Ladd Hosts Rush album art Rush, Jim Ladd Rush, Jim Ladd - Jim Ladd Hosts Rush(LP, Transcription) Innerview Series #18 Show #4 US 1980 Sell This Version
Rush - Moving Pictures album art Rush Moving Pictures (Album) Anthem (5) Netherlands 1981 Sell This Version
Rush - Exit...Stage Left album art Rush Exit...Stage Left (Album) Anthem (5) Germany 1981 Sell This Version
KB 389 Rush - In Concert With Rush & Ian Hunter album art Rush, Ian Hunter Rush, Ian Hunter - In Concert With Rush & Ian Hunter(LP, Transcription + LP, S/Sided, Transcription) DIR Broadcasting KB 389 US 1981 Sell This Version
MK 185 Rush - Rush 'N' Roulette album art Rush Rush 'N' Roulette(LP, Ltd, Promo, Smplr) Mercury MK 185 US 1981 Sell This Version
Rush - Signals album art Rush Signals (Album) Anthem (5) US 1982 Sell This Version
NBC 82-10 Rush - The Rush Special Broadcast  album art Rush The Rush Special Broadcast (3xLP, Transcription) The Source (8) NBC 82-10 US 1982 Sell This Version
SPE-2-009 Rush - The Rush Special album art Rush The Rush Special(2xLP, Promo, Transcription) Anthem Records (2) SPE-2-009 Canada 1982 Sell This Version
none Rush - The Best Of The Biscuit, King Biscuit Flower Hour album art Rush / Squeeze (2) Rush / Squeeze (2) - The Best Of The Biscuit, King Biscuit Flower Hour(LP, Transcription + LP, S/Sided, Transcription) DIR Broadcasting none US 1983 Sell This Version
TBS-CRR VOL II NO.68, TBS-CRR VOL II NO.69 Rush - Rolling Stone's Continuous History Of Rock & Roll album art The Drummers (3) / Rush The Drummers (3) / Rush - Rolling Stone's Continuous History Of Rock & Roll(3xLP, Transcription) TBS Syndications, TBS Syndications TBS-CRR VOL II NO.68, TBS-CRR VOL II NO.69 Canada 1983 Sell This Version
Rush - Grace Under Pressure album art Rush Grace Under Pressure (Album) Anthem (5) France 1984 Sell This Version
Rush - Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner album art Rush Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner Westwood One US 1984 Sell This Version
Series #30 Show #14 Rush - Jim Ladd Hosts Rush album art Jim Ladd Hosts Rush Jim Ladd Hosts Rush - Jim Ladd Hosts Rush(LP, Transcription) Innerview Series #30 Show #14 US 1984 Sell This Version
OTR 84-51 Rush - Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner album art Rush Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner(2xLP, Transcription) Westwood One OTR 84-51 US 1984 Sell This Version
Rush - Power Windows album art Rush Power Windows (Album) Anthem (5) Chile 1985 Sell This Version
639 Rush - Best of the Biscuit with "Rush" album art Rush Best of the Biscuit with "Rush"(2xLP, Album, Transcription) DIR Broadcasting 639 US 1986 Sell This Version

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BrazilianBeatz

BrazilianBeatz

September 27, 2018
Does anyone have the Paris Le Zenith 1992 May 1st concert?!? Thanks!!!
Saucerful

Saucerful

December 31, 2017
The '74 show emcee introduces them as being on London Records, but I can't find any such listings here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qezwXjFpW-g Perhaps Moon was one of their subsidiarys?
RhythmicBliss

RhythmicBliss

November 17, 2017
This three member progressive rock group, tighter than a Dixie hatband!
LPWJ

LPWJ

September 8, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
From my frontpage:

"Everyone should have a great individual drummer it makes every band much better and not a part of the metal clichés; Rush would have been nothing without Neil Peart the foregoer in this genre and that's what I tried doing in every band I played in from the age of 12, make it better than it was without me, make the songs flow better because of the arrangements, that's what every drummer can do..."

...and Neil Peart always did...where 2112 stands out as an eternal masterpiece.

Be well,
LPWJ
satwatchers

satwatchers

November 10, 2016
This guy is probably thinks Kanye lays down some sick beats too. Lmao.
Gundozer

Gundozer

October 6, 2016
The first was the best....all a little downhill from there, but some tracks here and there OK over the years, n ot so much the live stuff.... "Good enough" is a good description they should have worked with a little heavier sound and tracks. That would have given them some more fans think.. But I wish the boys in the band good luck in the future and hopefully they will make another good album like the first one again !
wjcunico

wjcunico

February 12, 2016
THIS IS THE GREATEST ROCK BAND OF ALL TIME! God bless you guys!
Violin-Dragoness

Violin-Dragoness

January 12, 2016
Hands down one of the best rock bands of all time. Absolutely incredible, their musicianship and lyrics.
nanaskunk

nanaskunk

October 29, 2015
T h e b e s t R o c k B a n d I n T h e P l a n a t !!!!
nthome

nthome

October 11, 2013
Absolutely my favorite band of all time. No other band has successfully encompassed so many different styles of music without alienating their distinctiveness. For most bands, I only bother buying one album (normally a cd) because I only have so much money and space. But I have already purchased 2112, Signals, Roll the Bones, and Clockwork Angels on CD and traded for Moving Pictures on vinyl. I intend to collect every album of theirs on vinyl (up through Hold Your Fire or whenever it they start to get expensive, as vinyl went production downhill around then) and maybe CD copies of everything else when I find the deal.

But of course, the best way to experience Rush is live, which I was lucky enough to do on their Clockwork Angel's Tour; their live albums are all very good as well, if a bit spotty in terms of necessity, as I only find Rush in Rio and Different Stages as must-haves.

Of my hundreds of artists in my collection, of my thousands of songs, Rush is king.

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