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4-05-2015, 10:12
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Rush - Different Stages (1998) FLAC

Artist: Rush
Album: Different Stages
Released: 1998
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Prog Rock, Classic Rock, Progressive Metal
Quality: FLAC
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 3:22:26
Total Size: 1.39 GB
WebSite: amazon.com

Tracklist:

(Disc 1)

01. Dreamline
02. Limelight
03. Driven
04. Bravado
05. Animate
06. Show Don't Tell
07. The Trees
08. Nobody's Hero
09. Closer to the Heart
10. 2112 - I. Overture
11. 2112 - II. The Temples of Syrinx
12. 2112 - III. Discovery
13. 2112 - IV. Presentation
14. 2112 - V. Oracle The Dream
15. 2112 - VI. Soliloquy
16. 2112 - VII. Grand Finale

(Disc 2)

01. Test For Echo
02. Analog Kid
03. Freewill
04. Roll The Bones
05. Stick It Out
06. Resist
07. Leave That Thing Alone
08. The Rhythm Method
09. Natural Science
10. The Spirit Of Radio
11. Tom Sawyer
12. YYZ

(Disc 3, Hammersmith Odeon, London 1978)

01. Bastille Day
02. By Tor & The Snow Dog
03. Xanadu
04. A Farwell to Kings
05. Something for Nothing
06. Cygnus X-1
07. Anthem
08. Working Man
09. Fly by Night
10. In the Mood
11. Cinderella Man

On their fourth live album since their inception in the early '70s, Rush's three-CD Different Stages: Live is similar in approach and feel to their first in-concert release, 1976's All the World's a Stage. Instead of overdubbing and cleaning up the performances as they did on their last two live albums (1981's Exit...Stage Left and 1988's A Show of Hands), the tracks are left raw and rocking. And with very limited use of synthesizers (which plagued A Show of Hands), the results are often extremely impressive. The first two discs are comprised of renditions of hits from Rush's past couple of tours (1994's Counterparts and 1997's Test for Echo), while the third is a long-lost classic show from London's Hammersmith Odeon in 1978. On discs one and two, such Rush standards as "2112," "Tom Sawyer," and "The Spirit of Radio" are joined by recent material ("Dreamline," "Stick It Out," "Roll the Bones," etc.) and obscure tracks ("Natural Science," "Analog Kid," etc.), which makes for a perfect balance of material. But it's the third disc that will have longtime fans frothing at the mouth -- for the first time ever on an official release, live versions of "Cygnus X-1," "A Farewell to Kings," and "Cinderella Man" are presented. Even though no material from the mid- to late '80s is included, Different Stages: Live will delight Rush's adoring throng of fans.




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