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Moving Pictures

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The Straw That Stirs The Drink

Moving Pictures is a rarity in music in my opinon. It is a definitive sampling of a great band at their creative peak, an authentic classic album in its own right, and a unique artifact that no other band could create. Every moment, every second is part of a wheel that connects every phase of their career, including today. For non-Rush fans, if you don't appreciate Moving Pictures, you won't appreciate Rush. No other band with Rush's longevity has that kind of definitive litmus test. Not that Rush doesn't have other great albums (they do, many) but Rush created a zeitgeist for themselves with Moving Pictures and they are still riding high from it's success. "Tom Sawyer" and "Limelight" are radio and mainstream media staples, "Red Barchetta" and "Witch Hunt" remain go-to concert favourites, "The Camera Eye" and "Vital Signs" are Rush at their most literal and musically articulate, and "YYZ" is by far THE progressive music instrumental of all time. No other band has encapsulated everything their fans love about them in one album, and still manage to this day to make music and play past favourites in concert with such seeming effortlessness, integrity, attention to detail and appreciation for great ideas and a sense of humour. Among other Rush fans I've encountered disagreement about other albums and phases of the band's career, but one thing is always agreed upon: one of the strongest things that binds Rush fans together is an appreciation of Moving Pictures.

Great album!

Far and away the absolute BEST album I've ever heard. Every track is killer material and it presents itself in a way that appeals to many different kinds of people without being pompous or over-bearing. It's one hit after another and it left me thinking "how are they going to top THAT" then the next track came on and any thought of doubt quickly vanished. I recommend this album to anyone who is new to listening to RUSH or wants to sit down and listen to a timeless classic.


Formed: 1968 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Over the course of their decades-spanning career, Canadian power trio Rush emerged as one of hard rock's most highly regarded bands; although typically brushed aside by critics and rarely the recipients of mainstream pop radio airplay, Rush nonetheless won an impressive and devoted fan following, while their virtuoso performance skills solidified their standing as musicians' musicians. Rush formed in Toronto, Ontario, in the autumn of 1968, initially comprising guitarist Alex Lifeson (born Alexander...
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