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Customer Reviews

Rush - Can't Keep 'Em Down

With the release of a ground-breaking new album, it always seems appropriate to accompany it with a live record. Most times, listening to the live recordings is something for the fans only to appreciate, but not here. If anything, they sound better live. Geddy's vocal range was decreased a octave or so, which makes some of his more high-pitched songs easier to listen to for non-Rush lovers. Nevertheless, he sings his heart out and plays that bass like no man before. The guitar and drums are, as always, wholeheartedly amazing to listen to. The whole album is worth getting if you want to hear how true rock legends perform.

PRICE

I think this album is great except, itunes your charging way to much for this album and i mean about 7 bucks too many for this album, but other than that the albums pretty good!!

One of the Best

this is one of the best live rush albums because:
A) they play most of the snakes and arrows album ioncluding my fave, the way the wind blows.
B) they bring back old beauties like mission, between the wheels, and a passage to bangkok.
C) the sound is crisp and clear like a studio album, but you can tell its live.
D) the encore is composed of fan favorites like YYZ and one little victory.

Biography

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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