Rush Albums



  • Clockwork Angels Album (6/12/2012)
    Caravan
    BU2B
    Clockwork Angels
    The Anarchist
    Carnies
    Halo Effect
    Seven Cities Of Gold
    The Wreckers
    Headlong Flight
    BU2B2
    Wish Them Well
    The Garden

  • Snakes & Arrows Album (5/1/2007)
    Far Cry
    Armor and Sword
    Workin' Them Angels
    Larger Bowl
    Spindrift
    Main Monkey Business
    Way the Wind Blows
    Hope
    Faithless
    Bravest Face
    Good News First
    Malignant Narcissism
    We Hold on

  • Feedback Album (6/29/2004)
    Summertime Blues
    Heart Full Of Soul
    For What It's Worth
    The Seeker
    Mr. Soul
    Seven and Seven Is
    Shapes Of Things
    Crossroads

  • Rush In Rio Album (10/21/2003)
    DISC I
    Tom Sawyer
    Distant Early Warning
    New World Man
    Roll The Bones
    Earthshine
    YYZ (instrumental)
    The Pass
    Bravado
    The Big Money
    The Trees
    Freewill
    Closer To The Heart
    Natural Science
    DISC II
    One Little Victory
    Driven
    Ghost Rider
    Secret Touch
    Dreamline
    Red Sector A
    Leave That Thing Alone! (instrumental)
    O Baterista (drum solo)
    Resist
    2112

  • The Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987 Album (2/11/2003)
  • Vapor Trails Album (5/14/2002)
  • Different Stages Album (11/10/1998)
  • Retrospective II 1981-87 Album (6/3/1997)
  • Retrospective 1974-80 Album (5/5/1997)
  • Test For Echo Album (9/9/1996)
  • Counterparts Album (10/19/1993)
  • Roll The Bones Album (7/1/1991)
  • Chronicles Album (7/1/1991)
  • Presto Album (11/1/1989)
  • A Show Of Hands Album (1/2/1988)
  • Hold Your Fire Album (3/1/1987)
  • Power Windows Album (3/1/1985)
  • Grace Under Pressure Album (3/1/1984)
  • Signals Album (3/1/1982)
  • Moving Pictures Album (3/1/1981)
  • Exit... Stage Left Album (3/1/1981)
  • Permanent Waves Album (3/1/1980)
  • Hemispheres Album (3/1/1978)
  • A Farewell To Kings Album (3/1/1977)
  • All The World's A Stage Album (3/1/1976)
  • 2112 Album (3/1/1976)
  • Fly By Night Album (3/1/1975)
  • Caress Of Steel Album (3/1/1975)
  • Rush Album (3/1/1974)

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    Reviews about Rush albums
    Experiencing life learning | Reviewer: Snowdog
        ------ About the album 2112 performed by Rush

    A friend of mine who turns out was dyslexic would buy albums for their cover art my friends and I were among the first to hear rush in the us because of this wow I thought I knew great tunes it was a revalation of sorts I mean c'mon and the meek shall inherit the earth pretty deep stuff for a thirteen year old even their first album with out pert was awesome subsequently I've read rand etc in short rush has had something to do with my developing views and I must thank them for helping to show me so much that others don't get

    Fantastic Album! | Reviewer: Michael
        ------ About the album Clockwork Angels performed by Rush

    Awesome album, the band's best in a few years. I love Rush and have just about everything they've ever made and this may be their BEST ever! Awesome concert. Saw the show in St. Louis on Sept. 22, 2012 and it rocked. Thank you Rush for another great album.

    S&A began Back to the Old Rush | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Snakes & Arrows performed by Rush

    with the creation of snakes and arrows, rush wasback on their feet making making so wonderful, with the music and lyrics fitting together in perfect harmony, now what every rush creates, will atuomatically become wonderful.

    A Farewell To Disco | Reviewer: semkins
        ------ About the album A Farewell To Kings performed by Rush

    I can still remember the first time I heard this album, well over 25 years ago, sitting in a buddy's apartment with black lights glowing up the wall posters and those beaded curtains hanging in the doorways. The smell of Goneish Scent #2 blended well with the other scent it was meant to be concealing (let's just say that particular scent came from Thailand). The album was a trip like none I had ever taken. The sounds of temple blocks mixed with ancient sounding stringed instruments was like a trip to other worlds by way of the east. But make no mistake, this album ROCKS. The complex rhythms and chords are matched perhaps only by Hemispheres. These two albums are still my all time favorites. This is rock for musicians, not just head bangers. But the chords are still powerful enough to be able to grit your teeth and do some intense air guitar. Aaah, youth!...

    Great Album | Reviewer: Piet
        ------ About the album Caress Of Steel performed by Rush

    I must have been about 15 years old when my neighbour let me hear this album that he borrowed from is brother in law. I was very happy to hear a kind of music that was very diferent from all the usual stuff layed on the radio......I bought this album myself and stiil today (i'm almost 50 years of age now) i think it's one of the est albums ever recorded

    Amazing Energy | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album All The World's A Stage performed by Rush

    This is a band that has stood the test of times..They are like a fine wine and mature with each album. Their first live album captures the amazing energy from each song to the next. One can feel the exhuberance from the crowd as the album progresses into a barage of intricate time signatures. Highights include an amazing drum solo by 'The Professor' himself Neil Peart and shows his command of the drumkit. The band also performs a blistering version of 2112 which demonstrates Mr. Pearts interesting lyrics. The crowd errupts at the end of What Your Doing which showcases Geddy Lee's technical bass lines.One important aspect about this live album is there is hardly any feedback and you can hear all of the instruments shine through including Alex Lifeson's amazing guitar leads.The band truly captures a live performance and energy at it's best. This is a must have for any true Rush fan.

    Amazing Energy | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album All The World's A Stage performed by Rush

    This is a band that has stood the test of times..They are like a fine wine and mature with each album. Their first live album captures the amazing energy from each song to the next. One can feel the exhuberance from the crowd as the album progresses into a barage of intricate time signatures. Highights include an amazing drum solo by 'The Professor' himself Neil Peart and shows his command of the drumkit. The band also performs a blistering version of 2112 which demonstrates Mr. Pearts interesting lyrics. The crowd errupts at the end of What Your Doing which showcases Geddy Lee's technical bass lines.One important aspect about this live album is there is hardly any feedback and you can hear all of the instruments shine through including Alex Lifeson's amazing guitar leads.The band truly captures a live performance and energy at it's best. This is a must have for any tru Rush fan.

    Great Performance | Reviewer: Mikk D'Wolff
        ------ About the album Rush In Rio performed by Rush

    I HAVE TO ADMIT IT: THAT WAS ONE OF THE GREATEST PERFORMANCES I'VE EVER SEEN...I DON'T CONSIDER MYSELF A RUSH BIG FAN, BUT WHEN TEND TO WATCH A RUSH CONCERT, I'M VERY CURIOUS OF THE DRUM SOLO, BECAUSE I KNOW THAT NEIL PEART HAS SOMETHING NEW IN THE POCKET. THIS LIVE PERFORMANCE IS AS UNIQUE AS THE OTHER LIVE WORKS...

    Old School Rush Rocks. | Reviewer: Thomas McLaughlin
        ------ About the album Rush performed by Rush

    Although not as techinical as later Rush, their first album is rockin' awesome and catchy. I totally dig the style and can compare it almost to Led Zeppelin. I assume because this is before Neil Peart came into the band the lyrics were not so... I don't know. Pussy? Lifeson suprisingly kicks ass and Geddy as regular destroys on the bass.

    Rush- A Farewell To Kings | Reviewer: Mario
        ------ About the album A Farewell To Kings performed by Rush

    This album as I first set eyes on the album cover,I was taken a back in the same way when I first seen the album cover of Led Zeppelin Zep4,Four Symbols or Ruins which ever one you prefer.The opening track which starts with an classical guitar and then Neil Peart adding his celestial sounds and then the whole band kicks in to let you know they can kick some serious musical ass.Track two takes you on an endless time travel thru space.Track three takes you into a more like Robinhood like love story. The next two tracks take you more into a celtic time travel. The final song is a master piece in it's own right,that it embodies so much musical colours of time ,that it just takes you the listener into a worm hole in space and never comeback the same.
    This is a genuine classic album that will never be made a agin.


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