16 Songs, 1 Hour 20 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This collection perfectly captures the experimentation and evolution of the Canadian prog-rock legends. In 1974, “Working Man” echoed Led Zeppelin’s overdriven guitar and thundering drums, but just a year later “Fly By Night” melded power-pop jangle with hard-rock soloing. Geddy Lee’s high-flying vocals and Neil Peart’s whirling drum fills and fantastical lyrics came to the fore on “2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx.” Then Rush triumphantly embraced synths and New Wave with “Tom Sawyer” and “New World Man.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

This collection perfectly captures the experimentation and evolution of the Canadian prog-rock legends. In 1974, “Working Man” echoed Led Zeppelin’s overdriven guitar and thundering drums, but just a year later “Fly By Night” melded power-pop jangle with hard-rock soloing. Geddy Lee’s high-flying vocals and Neil Peart’s whirling drum fills and fantastical lyrics came to the fore on “2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx.” Then Rush triumphantly embraced synths and New Wave with “Tom Sawyer” and “New World Man.”

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