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Rush Collection 40th Anniversary Editions + Box Set + Audiophile Individual Lps

Rush Collection 40th Anniversary Editions + Box Set + Audiophile Individual Lps

Rush Collection 40th Anniversary Editions + Box Set + Audiophile Individual Lps

RUSH - COLLECTION WITH 13 TITLES & 22 PIECES OF VINYL COLLECTION + BONUS MATERIALS. Rush Hemispheres 40th Anniversary 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION 3LP SET! Includes Bonus Tracks & 24-Page Book! High quality 12 box contains poster reproduction, memorabilia and photos.

200 GRAM 3 LP SET. Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings! Classic 1976 album features original LP album plus two bonus LPs of rare, live and unreleased material! Includes 2015 hologram, special laser-etched side and unique turntable mat with iconic Starman character. Rush Permanent Waves 180g 3LP & 2CD Super Deluxe Edition Box Set 40th Anniversary Box Set!

40-page hardcover book designed by Hugh Syme with unreleased illustrations, photos & liner notes. Abbey Road Mastering Studios 2015 album remaster on CD for the first time. 12 unreleased live performances from the Permanent Waves World Tour 1980.

Official Permanent Waves World Tour 1980 Program. The Words & Pictures Volume II - U. 3 Neil Peart Handwritten Lyric Sheet Lithos.

24"x36" Double-sided Wall Poster. Rush SIGNALS 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION LP. Pressed at Quality Record Pressings! Rush Grace Under Pressure 200 GRAM LIMITED EDITION Direct Metal Master LP. Rush Power Windows 200 GRAM LIMITED EDITION Direct Metal Master LP. Rush Hold Your Fire 200 GRAM LIMITED EDITION Direct Metal Master LP. Direct Metal Mastered from Original Analog Masters at Abbey Road Studios! Rush Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITIOM 4LP Set - First Time On Vinyl In Its Entirety! PLEASE NOTE THIS SEALED ITEM HAS A SMALL BRUISE IN THE UPPER RIGHT HAD CORNER OF THE JACKET. OTHER THEN THAT PRISTINE NEW WITH ORIGINAL MARKETING STICKER STILL ATTACHED.

The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and your ears. You should never pass up the opportunity to upgrade your collection. They're each very limited in their pressings and disappear with extraordinary quickness from the vinyl market. This causes prices to skyrocket because once they are gone, they are gone forever! Don't second-guess yourself with this chance to upgrade your collection because before you know it, the opportunity will have passed forever.

The ultimate record -- the way music was meant to be heard. Rush Rush Re-DISCovered LP Box DMM MASTERED 200 GRAM LP Box Set. Sturdy Custom Box with Lift-Off Top Houses 200g Audiophile Vinyl Re-Mastered From Original 1974 Analog Stereo Masters! DMM Cut To Copper Plates At Abbey Road Studios! Moon Records would soon become Anthem Records, which launched in 1977, and continues to serve as the band's only Canadian record company.

To mark the band's 40-year recording career, Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) celebrates with the vinyl reissue of the original Moon Records (pre-Mercury) release of Rush, as part of Universal's reDISCovered vinyl series. Housed in a sturdy, custom box with a lift-off top, this landmark album is pressed on 200g, audiophile grade vinyl, from the original 1974 analog stereo masters, cut to copper plates using the Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) process at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. Rush also features the original Moon Records jacket art, complete with the original MN-100-A/B Matrix etching, and will include a 16"x22" reproduction of the first Rush promo poster, three 5"x7" lithographs of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and John Rutsey, a 12"x12" Rush Family Tree poster, and a digital download card for a free digital copy of this newly remastered release. Featuring the band's original line up, Lee, Lifeson and Rutsey, Rush's eponymous 1974 debut features eight hard- hitting rockers including "Finding My Way, " the fast-paced "Need Some Love, " "Take A Friend, " "What You're Doing, " the southern rock vibe of "In The Mood, " and their U. Breakthrough anthem "Working Man" which was made famous by Cleveland, Ohio's WMMS radio station.

Other tracks include the more melodic "Here Again" and the atmospheric "Before and After, " which gradually builds into a burst of power chords and heavy guitar riffs. Rush's unique style and sound continues to evolve and push the envelope of rock into new territories, gaining legions of new fans along the way.

After a four decade journey, in 2013 Rush was recognized for their immeasurable impact and influence in rock and roll and were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame to the delight of fans and critics alike. Housed in sturdy custom box with lift-off top. Re-Mastered from original 1974 analog stereo masters.

Mastered at Abbey Road Studios. Pressed at Quality Record Pressings.

Cut to copper plates using Direct Metal Mastering (DMM). Features original Moon Records jacket art with MN-100-A/B Matrix etching. Includes 16" x 22" reproduction of first Rush promo poster. Three 5"x7" lithographs of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and John Rutsey.

12" x 12" Rush Family Tree poster. Limited time digital download card for digital copy of remastered album - 320kbps vinyl ripped AAC MP4s Musicians: Geddy Lee, lead vocals, bass Alex Lifeson, guitars, vocals John Rutsey, drums, vocals Selections: Side One: 1. Here Again Side Two: 1. What You're Doing 2.

Housed in a slipcase with two gatefold jackets, this 180g 3LP set features the 2015 album remaster along with previously unreleased and newly restored bonus content consisting of the band? S 1979 Pinkpop festival performance. The set also includes a 24-page booklet with unreleased photos and new artwork by Hugh Syme, a 5,700 word essay by Rob Bowman, and a limited time digital download card sticker of new 40th anniversary art by Hughe Syme.

Slipcase with 2 gatefold jackets. Newly restored bonus content includes unreleased live performances. 24-page booklet wtih photos and new artwork by Hugh Syme. 5,700 word essay by Rob Bowman. Limited time digital download card sticker of new 40th anniversary art by Hughe Syme (Download offer expires December 31, 2020). Apollo - Bringer Of Wisdom. Dionysus - Bringer Of Love. Armageddon - The Battle Of Heart And Mind.

Cygnus - Bringer Of Balance. The Sphere - A Kind Of Dream.

Live At Pinkpop Festival: June 4, 1979. Cygnus X-1: Book II: Hemispheres - The Sphere - A Kind Of Dream. Live In Arizona: November 20, 1978. 40th Anniversary Edition on 200g Audiophile Vinyl 3LP with Hologram, Laser Etching & Starman Turntable Mat!

Five Newly Recorded Covers from Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nick Raskulinecz, Billy Talent, Steven Wilson, Alice In Chains & Jacob Moon! Live Outtakes from Massey Hall 1976! Originally released in 1976, Rush's epic, landmark release 2112 was their creative and commercial breakthrough as well as one of the band's most highly regarded releases among both fans and critics alike. With lyrics written by Neil Peart, 2112 kicks off with the ambitious seven-suite title track set in a futuristic world run by the "Priests of the Temples of Syrinx" who determine the content of all reading matter, songs, pictures - every facet of life. Rush/2112 40th Anniversary Edition features extensive liner notes by renowned rock historian Rob Bowman, and newly designed artwork by longtime Rush art director Hugh Syme.

The set's rare recordings include "Solar Federation, " spotlighting the isolated Neil Peart vocals that close the song "2112" in "Grand Finale, " two outtakes from the 1976 Massey Hall concerts including "Something For Nothing" and a nearly complete 15+ minute performance of "2112, " as well as a recently-rediscovered live version of the album track "The Twilight Zone, " which has only been performed twice in the band's long history. The epic 2112 album which guitarist Alex Lifeson described as "the first record where we sounded like Rush, " is widely regarded as a crucial landmark in Rush's body of work. Although it was the band's fourth album, it's generally considered to be the one on which the band's epic sound and ambitious conceptual approach blossomed.

Resisting record-company pressure to focus on shorter, more radio-friendly songs, the band stuck to its guns and constructed the album's seminal seven-part, 20-minute title piece, a conceptual suite set in a dystopian future. 40th Anniversary 200g 3LP Edition features a unique Starman turntable mat, a special laser-etched LP side, the 2015 hologram on 2112's side B, rare live outtakes from the'76 Massey Hall shows, additional unreleased material and newly-recorded tracks from 2112 by Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nick Raskulinecz, Alice In Chains and more. 200 Gram Audiophile 3LP Set. 5 newly recorded covers from Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nick Raskulinecz, Billy Talent, Steven Wilson, Alice In Chains & Jacob Moon.

Live Outtakes from Massey Hall 1976. New Artwork by Hugh Syme.

Liner Notes by Rock Historian Rob Bowman. Red Star + Circuit Board Vinyl Etching. Limited Time Digital Download Card featuring 320kbps AAC MP4s (expires 12/31/18).

Overture - Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nick Raskulinecz. A Passage To Bangkok - Billy Talent. The Twilight Zone - Steven Wilson. Tears - Alice In Chains.

Something For Nothing - Jacob Moon. Side 4: 2112 - Live at Massey Hall 1976 Outtake. II The Temples Of Syrinx.

Something For Nothing - Live at Massey Hall 1976 outtake. The Twilight Zone - Live 1977 Contraband. Custom vinyl etching by Hugh Syme. Celebrating 40 years of Rush's Permanent Waves, the Super Deluxe Edition will feature two CDs, three 180-gram audiophile black vinyl LPs and a 40-page hardcover book filled with reimagined artwork by original album designer Hugh Syme, unreleased photos from the band's archive and an exclusive twelve-thousand plus word essay.

The Abbey Road Mastering Studios 2015 album remaster is made available on CD for the first time. CD 2 is loaded with unreleased bonus live tracks from three stops on the Permanent Waves World Tour 1980: Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England; Hammersmith Odeon, London, England; and Kiel Auditorium, St.

Louis, Missouri, all newly mixed by the band's longtime producer Terry Brown. Permanent Waves is the band's first of many iconic visits to Le Studio recording studio in Morin Heights, Quebec which has been nicknamed Rush's Abbey Road Studios. A blank sheet of Le Studio letterhead was newly discovered, so the first of many collectibles included is a 20-page 5"x7" Le Studio notepad.

The two replica tour programs represent the official Permanent Waves World Tour 1980 program and with the inclusion of U. Performances the very rare, unofficial The Words & Pictures Volume II UK-only tour program is included. The Super Deluxe Edition's finishing touches feature 3 band member replica backstage laminates, a 24"x36" double-sided poster showcasing the original album cover model and photos of each band member recording at Le Studio, and three Neil Peart handwritten lyric sheets for "The Spirit Of Radio", "Entre Nous" and "Natural Science". Permanent Waves is the band's first departure from in-depth, ten-minute plus conceptual song crafting and is deemed as a poignant moment they reinvented themselves and their sound. "We've taken it (the conceptual album) to its logical limit and it's time to do something else, " remarked Geddy Lee. To further reinvent themselves, the band opted to record at Le Studio in Quebec which has been highly credited in the evolution of the Rush sound and would soon become their home away from home for future albums to come. Giving birth to two of the band's most important songs in their stable, "The Spirit Of Radio" along with "Freewill" offered fans a long overdue experience: regular radio play. Additionally, the album features the cinematic "Jacob's Ladder", the album's third single "Entre Nous", the Geddy Lee lyric penned "Different Strings" and the barometer for pure progressive rock "Natural Science". CD 1 - Original Album.

CD 2 - Permanent Waves World Tour 1980 (Previously Unreleased). Beneath, Between & Behind (Live In Manchester). By-Tor & The Snow Dog (Live In London). The Spirit Of Radio (Live In Manchester).

Natural Science (Live In Manchester). The Trees (Live In Manchester). Cygnus X-1 (Live In London). Cygnus X-1 Book II (Live In London). Closer To The Heart (Live In Manchester).

Jacob's Ladder (Live In Missouri). LP 1 - Original Album. LP 2 - Bonus Live Content (Permanent Waves World Tour 1980) - Previously Unreleased Except. A Passage To Bangkok (Live In Manchester).

LP 3 - Bonus Live Content (Permanent Waves World Tour 1980) - Previously Unreleased Except. PLUS THESE INDIVIDUAL RUSH LP'S. VERY RARE RUSH Moving Pictures 2015 RED Vinyl NEW - NEVER RELEASED To Stores. This is an extremely rare release of this iconic album. It is a limited edition red vinyl 2015 pressing that never was released or made it to record stores. Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 379/500! Moving Pictures is the eighth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush. It was recorded and mixed from October to November 1980 at Le Studio located in Morin Heights, Quebec, Canada, and released on February 12, 1981. Throughout the years 2014 and 2015, Rush celebrate their 40th anniversary with vinyl reissues of albums from their Mercury era. Rising to #3 on the Billboard charts. It remains Rush's most popular and commercially successful studio recording. Rush's complex songwriting and musical virtuosity reached new heights on this album. Recorded and mixed from October to November 1980 at Le Studio, Moving Pictures followed a more radio-friendly format and includes several signature tracks, including Tom Sawyer, Limelight, Red Barchetta, and the bands highly praised instrumental, YYZ, which is the IATA airport identification code of Toronto Pearson International Airport. The album cover is a monument to triple entendre. Movers are physically moving pictures, people are crying because the pictures passing by are emotionally moving, and the back cover depicts a film crew making a? Not only is 1981's Moving Pictures Rush's best album, it is undeniably one of the greatest hard rock albums of all time... Rush proved with Moving Pictures that there was still uncharted territory to explore within the hard rock format, and were rewarded with their most enduring and popular album. Power Windows is the band's 11th studio album, released in 1985. It was the first time the band worked with producer Peter Collins. The album was recorded at The Manor in England, AIR Studios in Montserrat and at Sarm East Studios in London. Power Windows launched an era in which the band expanded into new sonic directions, and featured synths heavily. It was also the album where Geddy switched to using a Wal bass, made by a small English company. He'd use the Wal as his main bass all the way through the Roll The Bones album and tour. Neil's lyrics focused primarily on various manifestations of power-"Manhattan Project" explores the origins and consequences of the U. Military's development of the atomic bomb, and "Territories" comments on nationalism around the world. Other singles included "Territories, " "Manhattan Project, " and "Marathon, " the latter two topping the U. Mainstream Rock airplay charts at #10 and #6, respectively.

Pressed at Quality Record Pressings. Direct Metal Mastered from Original Analog Masters at Abbey Road Studios.

Limited time digital download code. Geddy Lee, bass, synthesizers, bass pedals, vocals.

Alex Lifeson, electric guitar, acoustic guitar. Neil Peart, drums, percussion, electronic percussion. Hold Your Fire is Rush's 12th studio album, released on September 8, 1987. It was recorded at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, AIR Studios in Montserrat and McClear Place in Toronto, with sessions spread out over a relatively long period of time. Although Hold Your Fire features nearly as much synth/keyboards as its predecessor, Power Windows, Hold Your Fire's guitar riffs and solos are considerably more prominent on several songs.

During the writing stages for the album, with nine songs written, producer Peter Collins also suggested the band make a tenth track for the album. The song "Force Ten" was written on the last day of pre-production, December 14, 1986.

Another track on the album, "Time Stand Still, " was the first track Neil wrote. Aimee Mann briefly sings in each chorus of the song, marking Rush's first collaboration with another singer. Gradually draws in the listener by slowly revealing its nuances and secrets...

Geddy Lee employs lush textures which, when coupled with a greater rhythmic and melodic presence from guitarist Alex Lifeson, results in a far warmer sound than in recent efforts... Drummer Neil Peart is as inventive and exciting as ever... Rush always seem to produce some of their best work at the end of each four-album cycle, and Hold Your Fire is no exception. Direct Metal Mastered at Abbey Road Studios. Grace Under Pressure is the band's 10th studio recording, released in April of 1984.

It was recorded at Le Studio, like so many other Rush albums. Rush originally approached producer Steve Lillywhite to record Grace Under Pressure, but he went on to work on other projects.

The band produced the album themselves, with assistance from Peter Henderson, who had previously worked with Supertramp, Split Enz, Frank Zappa, and King Crimson. Largely considered one of the band's darkest albums, Grace Under Pressure was influenced by the growing tensions in the Cold War in the 1980s. The album's running theme is "pressure" and how humans act under the influence of it.

Despite the dark themes of the record, the band balances out influences from a lot of directions, including reggae and a harder feel of the classic hard rock sound. The writing and rehearsing of the album went quickly, but the recording took a long time.. Once we got into the studio, things just took a long time.

You can't really help it sometimes, no matter how hard you work or how fast you work; there are certain things about recording that just take a long time. Remastered at Abbey Road Studios. Remastered from original analogue masters. Geddy Lee, bass, synthesizers, vocals.

SHOW OF HANDS - 200 GRAM Vinyl Reissue! A Show of Hands was released in 1989. The band released a video of the same name, originally released on VHS and laserdisc, the same year. DVD versions were later released in 2006 and 2007. The album was recorded in Birmingham (UK), New Orleans, Phoenix, and San Diego during the 1988 Hold Your Fire tour as well as in the Meadowlands (East Rutherford, NJ) during the 1986 Power Windows tour. It was during this era that Jim Burgess of Saved By Technology convinced Geddy that the complexities of a Rush studio recording could be recreated live.

Offstage, someone set up the samples for the songs, but Geddy would trigger them himself. The inspired A Show of Hands is an excellent snapshot of Rush in concert during the mid- to late'80s. Alex Lifeson, guitar, synthesizers, backing vocals. Neil Peart, acoustic and electric percussion. Selections: LP 1 Side A.

Includes Limited Time High-Definition Download. As they celebrate a thirty-year career of filling arenas. Featuring covers of songs by The Who, The Yardbirds, Love, Cream, Buffalo Springfield and more, the trio's new EP Feedback is a rocking good time for anyone who loves Rush or just classic rock & roll.

Drummer Neil Peart, in the album's liner notes, explains, It was April of 2004, but Geddy, Alex, and I were channeling back to 1966 and 1967, when we were thirteen- and fourteen-year-old beginners. We thought we might record some of the songs we used to listen to, the ones we painstakingly learned the chords, notes, and drum parts for, and even played in our earliest bands. The tracks on this collection are songs we liked from the era that we thought we could'cover' effectively (meaning not too many backing vocals), and have some fun with.

The music celebrates a good time in our lives, and we had a good time celebrating it. For What It's Worth.

The follow-up to Rush's successful "Moving Pictures" album, "Signals" finds the group continuing on with their venture into the age of the 1980's technological electronic sound. The album reached #10 on the Billboard album charts.

The album features "Subdivisions" which has become a staple of the group's tours since it's recording. The Rock And Roll Hall Of Famers' Live Album Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland On Vinyl For The First Time In Its Entirety. In 2010, Rush took a break from recording what would become the band's final studio album? To launch its Time Machine Tour.

During that tour, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers recorded their April 15, 2011 performance in Cleveland. It was a fitting tribute to the city, which was the first to play Rush's music on the radio. That epic concert was released on CD in 2011, but the full show has never come out on vinyl, until now... And not just any ole vinyl, but 180g Vinyl 4LP Set!

The Time Machine Tour was a fan favorite thanks in part to the tour's incredible set list, which encompassed songs from the group's entire career. Another reason is that Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart did something during these shows that they'd never done before, which was to play their quadruple-platinum album Moving Pictures (1981) in its entirety. In the band's native Canada, it hit #1.

In addition to the singles "Limelight", "Tom Sawyer" and "Vital Signs", Moving Pictures also earned the band a Grammy nomination for the instrumental track "YYZ". Named for the airport code in Toronto, the song's rhythm is based on the letters Y-Y-Z played in Morse code. TIME MACHINE 2011: LIVE IN CLEVELAND covers a lot of musical ground over 26 tracks. Rush's early days are represented by songs like "Working Man" from the trio's 1974 self-titled debut, "2112 Overture' from the 1976 classic 2112, and "Closer To The Heart from A Farewell To Kings (1977). The group's fantastic output from the 1980s gets its due with performances of "Subdivisions" (Signals, 1982), "Marathon" (Power Windows, 1985), "Time Stand Still" (Hold Your Fire, 1987) and the title track from 1989's Presto. During the concert, Rush also showcased its most recent work? 2007's Snakes & Arrows? By playing three songs from that album: "Far Cry", "Workin' Them Angels" and "Faithless".

The band also took the opportunity to treat fans to a preview of "Caravan" and "BU2B", two songs that would eventually appear on Clockwork Angels (2012), the band's nineteenth, and final, studio album. Full concert available on vinyl for the very first time.

Moto Perpetuo (Featuring Love For Sale). 2112 Overture/The Temples Of Syrinx. International Buyers - Please Note. FACTORY SEALED OUT OF PRINT PRODUCT is IRREPLACEABLE and therefore NOT RETURNABLE. Because of Postal Regulations in following countries -- U. This item is in the category "Music\Vinyl Records". The seller is "mymusicfix2" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Speed: 33 RPM
  • Record Size: 12\
  • Type: LP
  • Features: 1st Edition, Limited Edition, 180-220 gram
  • Edition: Collector's Edition, Limited Edition, Rarities Edition
  • Country of Manufacture: United States
  • UPC: 0602537727858
  • Artist: Rush
  • Format: Record
  • Record Label: Mercury
  • Release Year: 2014
  • Release Title: Rush: Rediscovered
  • Genre: Rock

Rush Collection 40th Anniversary Editions + Box Set + Audiophile Individual Lps