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Posted 27 November 2004 - 01:03 AM

It's that sonar sounding thing after the second verse of Dreamline.  Who does that and how?  It's very cool.

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 01:06 AM

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QUOTE (D-13 @ Nov 27 2004, 12:25 AM)
For me Territories....The twangy guitar in the beginning always sounded cool and then Neils Drumming blew me away....it just fits in....Territories makes me happy lol  smile.gif

D, Territories was the very first song I ever heard.  It was in 1985 and my best friend's brother (was a basement drummer) had just gotten the album - Territories was the first Rush song I ever heard in my life and I still love it...

Wow, that is very cool RR.  I dont think I remember what the first Rush song was I have ever heard was, one of the radio hits.  Anyway, I have remembered a few more in my earch for the sounds.

* Earthshine - There is a heavy, pulling sound throughout this track, for me almost as if the song is actually causing my to sink deeper within myself, mostly due to the guitar layering.  Its hard to describe, but it just feels like I'm being sucked into the depths of myself when I hear it.  Anyway, the sound that gets me is when the verse for 4 measures, leaves this sound and goes into that emitting 2 chord guitar hold between 3:56 and 4:09, and then slowly fades back into this heavy sound.  That fade it just incredible.

* Lock and Key - I am a big fan of the backing vocal that that occurs during the repeat of the chorus.  It is only present during the line, starting at abou 3:53 and ending at 4:03.  Especially the line "face it in YOU or me" gets me.  I have heard live versions of this song that only exentuate this aspect of the song.

* Cold Fire - Under the same pretense as Lock and Key, the vocals during "I'll be around... (etc)" with the higher notes seemed to work well with the lower noted vocal line.  This is prevalent throughout most of the song, so I dont know if that qualifies as a sound instance at all.

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 03:00 AM

QUOTE (kazzman @ Nov 26 2004, 11:19 PM)
The guitar solo in Between the Wheels

Right on man! Great guitar solo in that song. I's almost like Alex was thinking that the song would always be obscure, a hidden gem, and he would just GO FOR IT!

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 03:23 AM

This is an awesome, awesome thread!!!  Where do I begin, I am going to be here a while I guess. I am going to go thru all of it, because there is something off of almost every album that really 'gets' me...

>2112, the start of it, before they sing. The musicianship is just killer.

>Tom Sawyer, I love how the rhythm leaves you hanging... slow rocking kinda, cant explain it any better.

>Witch Hunt, same thing there, the synth, and the words...Kinda leaves me feeling eerie at what people had to go thru.

>Camera Eye, the music thru the whole thing is so enjoyable. Its been ages since I heard the song, but I remember it.

>The Analog Kid, great words, great tunes.  Makes me think of a warm summer twilite...

>Losing It.  When Alex is doing his guitar, I am guessing thats what it is, and it sounds great... Well, maybe not guitar, electric violin??? I dont know. Its been a while for that one too... Love the interesting sounds.

>Distant Early Warning, the whole damn song.  It just rocks, I cant find particular thing, but I love the bass in it, and how it starts out.  The words..

>Kid Gloves, how the song starts out.  I love that signature sound of Alexs, his own unique style that no one can ever imitate.

>Body Electric, the drums.

>Grand designs, the guitar, all of it.

>Marathon, all of it.

>Territories.  I love the beginning, and the bass in it, when Ged sings between heaven and earth, and the guitar thru the whole thing.

>Middletown Dreams, how it start out. And thru out the whole thing, how it all meshes so wonderfully together.

>Prime Mover, When he starts singing... and I get carried away.

>Turn the Page, the bass, and the excitement thru the song.  We disengage, we turn the pag...

>High Water.  The beginning drums, how it changes tones thru every other time, I am not savvy on drums, but thats how I can explain it best.  And when the bass line comes in, or is it the synth... when its no longer just the drums... I dont know how to say it better than that.

>Show Dont Tell, The chorus.

>The Pass, the guitar. As Barn put it once, it sounds as if weeping, and I believe it. A very moving song.

>War Paint, the guitar in the chorus.

>Scars, the drums and bass thru out the whole thing.  Kind of dancy in a way.  Gets me moving for sure.

>Superconductor, How they say superconductor in the chorus.  Love it.

>On all of Roll the Bones, Alex's guitar is at its best I believe. In my personal oppion, I love the style that goes with this whole album.  I like the bass in Neurotica, and how it starts out.  So very cool, my fave album.

>Animate, the bass and guitar when they start their jam.  It sooo Rocks!!!! I can listen to that part over and over, its so smooth.

>Sun and Moon, the beginning.

>Alien Shore, the beginning

>Speed of Love, the guitar thru all of it.  Very moving, and happy sounding.

>Cold Fire, the chorus, I love how Ged sounds as hes singing it.

>Everyday Glory, the beginning half, it touches a thread there in my heart. And I usually cry when I hear it, and the guitar in it too, helps with that emotion.

>Totem, I love the drums in it.  So awesome, and the chorus, and the music, it just carries me away.  And Geddy's ohhs during the chorus.

>Virtuality, love the drums on the "lets dance tonite on our virtual...etc.." Very cool.

>Resist, the guitar, after Ged sings the first lines...Makes a space feel empty, and lonely.

>Peaceable Kingdome, the bass in it rocks as does the beginning noise, like Geds voice or something..

>Stars Look Down, the way Ged sings the chorus.  Very cool.

>Vapor Trails, I like the beginning noise, and Geds voice as he sings the chorus, his notes.

>Secret Touch, the bass and guitar, and all the words.  My favorite song on the whole album.

>Sweet Miracle, the words.  The music.  

I know most of my things about songs are pretty general, but sometimes its the whole collage of the song that moves me.  I hope I didn't bore any of you to tears.  laugh.gif





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Posted 27 November 2004 - 03:30 AM

QUOTE (paganoman @ Nov 26 2004, 10:40 PM)
Ok folks.  Over the years of listening to every niche and detail of Rush tunes.  I've heard some incredible sounds nestled within the layers.  It could be a slight slide on a guitar string, or a keyboard trigger, or a sound effect...

What cool stuff have you heard that would normally escape a casual ear?

A few things that have always intrigued me:

- The Camera Eye: don't have the cd handy so I don't know the time, but during the second C#-C keyboard part, right before the solo, there's some muffled speaking in the background. I've tried many times to figure out what they're saying to no avail.

- ESL version of "Jacob's Ladder", during the 7/8-6/8 slow build, as Alex slowly raises the volume on his guitar and goes from palm-mute to regular picking, he hits an artificial harmonic that sounds so cool.

- Neil's double bass drum intro and snare sound on "One Little Victory" (and his drum sound on all of VT for that matter).

- "Evelate" from "Vital Signs"!

- "Oh, wow, what a show!...I guess that's it! [SLAM!]" at the end of ATWAS.



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Posted 27 November 2004 - 04:34 AM

I don't know why but in Under the Shadow from The Necromancer there are times when you can hear Geddy's fingers sliding along the fret board.  Don't know why, I just love hearing that.

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 11:43 AM

QUOTE (chaostrophy @ Nov 27 2004, 03:30 AM)
QUOTE (paganoman @ Nov 26 2004, 10:40 PM)
Ok folks.  Over the years of listening to every niche and detail of Rush tunes.  I've heard some incredible sounds nestled within the layers.  It could be a slight slide on a guitar string, or a keyboard trigger, or a sound effect...

What cool stuff have you heard that would normally escape a casual ear?

A few things that have always intrigued me:

- The Camera Eye: don't have the cd handy so I don't know the time, but during the second C#-C keyboard part, right before the solo, there's some muffled speaking in the background. I've tried many times to figure out what they're saying to no avail.

- ESL version of "Jacob's Ladder", during the 7/8-6/8 slow build, as Alex slowly raises the volume on his guitar and goes from palm-mute to regular picking, he hits an artificial harmonic that sounds so cool.

- Neil's double bass drum intro and snare sound on "One Little Victory" (and his drum sound on all of VT for that matter).

- "Evelate" from "Vital Signs"!

- "Oh, wow, what a show!...I guess that's it! [SLAM!]" at the end of ATWAS.

Great stuff here.  I'm glad you brought up Camera Eye.  I've always heard that too and have no idea what they say.  Anyone??

I'm gonna check out ESL's Jacob's Ladder at that stage in the song.  I want to grove on the harmonic sound you spoke of.

Thanks!!

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 11:43 AM

QUOTE (Slaine mac Roth @ Nov 27 2004, 04:34 AM)
I don't know why but in Under the Shadow from The Necromancer there are times when you can hear Geddy's fingers sliding along the fret board.  Don't know why, I just love hearing that.

That's what I'm talking about!!!!  COOL.  Gonna give it a listen.   cool.gif  

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 11:47 AM

QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Nov 27 2004, 03:23 AM)
This is an awesome, awesome thread!!!  Where do I begin, I am going to be here a while I guess. I am going to go thru all of it, because there is something off of almost every album that really 'gets' me...

>2112, the start of it, before they sing. The musicianship is just killer.

>Tom Sawyer, I love how the rhythm leaves you hanging... slow rocking kinda, cant explain it any better.

>Witch Hunt, same thing there, the synth, and the words...Kinda leaves me feeling eerie at what people had to go thru.

>Camera Eye, the music thru the whole thing is so enjoyable. Its been ages since I heard the song, but I remember it.

>The Analog Kid, great words, great tunes.  Makes me think of a warm summer twilite...

>Losing It.  When Alex is doing his guitar, I am guessing thats what it is, and it sounds great... Well, maybe not guitar, electric violin??? I dont know. Its been a while for that one too... Love the interesting sounds.

>Distant Early Warning, the whole damn song.  It just rocks, I cant find particular thing, but I love the bass in it, and how it starts out.  The words..

>Kid Gloves, how the song starts out.  I love that signature sound of Alexs, his own unique style that no one can ever imitate.

>Body Electric, the drums.

>Grand designs, the guitar, all of it.

>Marathon, all of it.

>Territories.  I love the beginning, and the bass in it, when Ged sings between heaven and earth, and the guitar thru the whole thing.

>Middletown Dreams, how it start out. And thru out the whole thing, how it all meshes so wonderfully together.

>Prime Mover, When he starts singing... and I get carried away.

>Turn the Page, the bass, and the excitement thru the song.  We disengage, we turn the pag...

>High Water.  The beginning drums, how it changes tones thru every other time, I am not savvy on drums, but thats how I can explain it best.  And when the bass line comes in, or is it the synth... when its no longer just the drums... I dont know how to say it better than that.

>Show Dont Tell, The chorus.

>The Pass, the guitar. As Barn put it once, it sounds as if weeping, and I believe it. A very moving song.

>War Paint, the guitar in the chorus.

>Scars, the drums and bass thru out the whole thing.  Kind of dancy in a way.  Gets me moving for sure.

>Superconductor, How they say superconductor in the chorus.  Love it.

>On all of Roll the Bones, Alex's guitar is at its best I believe. In my personal oppion, I love the style that goes with this whole album.  I like the bass in Neurotica, and how it starts out.  So very cool, my fave album.

>Animate, the bass and guitar when they start their jam.  It sooo Rocks!!!! I can listen to that part over and over, its so smooth.

>Sun and Moon, the beginning.

>Alien Shore, the beginning

>Speed of Love, the guitar thru all of it.  Very moving, and happy sounding.

>Cold Fire, the chorus, I love how Ged sounds as hes singing it.

>Everyday Glory, the beginning half, it touches a thread there in my heart. And I usually cry when I hear it, and the guitar in it too, helps with that emotion.

>Totem, I love the drums in it.  So awesome, and the chorus, and the music, it just carries me away.  And Geddy's ohhs during the chorus.

>Virtuality, love the drums on the "lets dance tonite on our virtual...etc.." Very cool.

>Resist, the guitar, after Ged sings the first lines...Makes a space feel empty, and lonely.

>Peaceable Kingdome, the bass in it rocks as does the beginning noise, like Geds voice or something..

>Stars Look Down, the way Ged sings the chorus.  Very cool.

>Vapor Trails, I like the beginning noise, and Geds voice as he sings the chorus, his notes.

>Secret Touch, the bass and guitar, and all the words.  My favorite song on the whole album.

>Sweet Miracle, the words.  The music.  

I know most of my things about songs are pretty general, but sometimes its the whole collage of the song that moves me.  I hope I didn't bore any of you to tears.  laugh.gif

You are so great!    biggrin.gif  

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 12:00 PM

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QUOTE (D-13 @ Nov 27 2004, 12:25 AM)
For me Territories....The twangy guitar in the beginning always sounded cool and then Neils Drumming blew me away....it just fits in....Territories makes me happy lol  smile.gif

D, Territories was the very first song I ever heard.  It was in 1985 and my best friend's brother (was a basement drummer) had just gotten the album - Territories was the first Rush song I ever heard in my life and I still love it...

Cool RR!  Yea I really really like the song....may be a favourite now!  trink36.gif  

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 02:18 PM

QUOTE (paganoman @ Nov 27 2004, 04:43 PM)
Great stuff here.  I'm glad you brought up Camera Eye.  I've always heard that too and have no idea what they say.  Anyone??


I can't make out the first first words spoken, but the second is 'Mornin' Guv'.  I presume its to signify the London Connection.

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 03:47 PM

All these little things are some of the reasons why we can listen to Rush over and over and over and over and not get bored....it's in the details!

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 03:55 PM

QUOTE (paganoman @ Nov 27 2004, 11:47 AM)
QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Nov 27 2004, 03:23 AM)
This is an awesome, awesome thread!!!  Where do I begin, I am going to be here a while I guess. I am going to go thru all of it, because there is something off of almost every album that really 'gets' me...

>2112, the start of it, before they sing. The musicianship is just killer.

>Tom Sawyer, I love how the rhythm leaves you hanging... slow rocking kinda, cant explain it any better.

>Witch Hunt, same thing there, the synth, and the words...Kinda leaves me feeling eerie at what people had to go thru.

>Camera Eye, the music thru the whole thing is so enjoyable. Its been ages since I heard the song, but I remember it.

>The Analog Kid, great words, great tunes.  Makes me think of a warm summer twilite...

>Losing It.  When Alex is doing his guitar, I am guessing thats what it is, and it sounds great... Well, maybe not guitar, electric violin??? I dont know. Its been a while for that one too... Love the interesting sounds.

>Distant Early Warning, the whole damn song.  It just rocks, I cant find particular thing, but I love the bass in it, and how it starts out.  The words..

>Kid Gloves, how the song starts out.  I love that signature sound of Alexs, his own unique style that no one can ever imitate.

>Body Electric, the drums.

>Grand designs, the guitar, all of it.

>Marathon, all of it.

>Territories.  I love the beginning, and the bass in it, when Ged sings between heaven and earth, and the guitar thru the whole thing.

>Middletown Dreams, how it start out. And thru out the whole thing, how it all meshes so wonderfully together.

>Prime Mover, When he starts singing... and I get carried away.

>Turn the Page, the bass, and the excitement thru the song.  We disengage, we turn the pag...

>High Water.  The beginning drums, how it changes tones thru every other time, I am not savvy on drums, but thats how I can explain it best.  And when the bass line comes in, or is it the synth... when its no longer just the drums... I dont know how to say it better than that.

>Show Dont Tell, The chorus.

>The Pass, the guitar. As Barn put it once, it sounds as if weeping, and I believe it. A very moving song.

>War Paint, the guitar in the chorus.

>Scars, the drums and bass thru out the whole thing.  Kind of dancy in a way.  Gets me moving for sure.

>Superconductor, How they say superconductor in the chorus.  Love it.

>On all of Roll the Bones, Alex's guitar is at its best I believe. In my personal oppion, I love the style that goes with this whole album.  I like the bass in Neurotica, and how it starts out.  So very cool, my fave album.

>Animate, the bass and guitar when they start their jam.  It sooo Rocks!!!! I can listen to that part over and over, its so smooth.

>Sun and Moon, the beginning.

>Alien Shore, the beginning

>Speed of Love, the guitar thru all of it.  Very moving, and happy sounding.

>Cold Fire, the chorus, I love how Ged sounds as hes singing it.

>Everyday Glory, the beginning half, it touches a thread there in my heart. And I usually cry when I hear it, and the guitar in it too, helps with that emotion.

>Totem, I love the drums in it.  So awesome, and the chorus, and the music, it just carries me away.  And Geddy's ohhs during the chorus.

>Virtuality, love the drums on the "lets dance tonite on our virtual...etc.." Very cool.

>Resist, the guitar, after Ged sings the first lines...Makes a space feel empty, and lonely.

>Peaceable Kingdome, the bass in it rocks as does the beginning noise, like Geds voice or something..

>Stars Look Down, the way Ged sings the chorus.  Very cool.

>Vapor Trails, I like the beginning noise, and Geds voice as he sings the chorus, his notes.

>Secret Touch, the bass and guitar, and all the words.  My favorite song on the whole album.

>Sweet Miracle, the words.  The music. 

I know most of my things about songs are pretty general, but sometimes its the whole collage of the song that moves me.  I hope I didn't bore any of you to tears.  laugh.gif

You are so great!    biggrin.gif

Garsh, thankeee... but why?  confused13.gif

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 04:06 PM

QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Nov 27 2004, 03:55 PM)
Garsh, thankeee... but why?  confused13.gif

Because you brought so much excitement out through your explanations.  It was awesome.   biggrin.gif  

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 04:36 PM

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QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Nov 27 2004, 03:55 PM)
Garsh, thankeee... but why?  confused13.gif

Because you brought so much excitement out through your explanations.  It was awesome.   biggrin.gif

Yes indeed.  Very detailed as well.  Nice thoughts 1022.gif  

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 05:23 PM

Wow, thanks you guys... I was trying to make it not boring.  

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 05:25 PM

QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Nov 27 2004, 05:23 PM)
Wow, thanks you guys... I was trying to make it not boring.

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Posted 28 November 2004 - 08:28 AM

OK, here's mine: I'm sure there are more, but these are ones that come to mind.

Freeze: The ending is soooo cool, I love the beat and the way you're never quite sure when its going to finish. 1022.gif

Circumstances: All of it..the sheer gutsiness of the song, very underrated. I love the keyboard bit in the middle.

Cygnus from Hemispheres: The quiet eerie bit and Geddy's bass notes in the background taken from Book I

Afterimage: Such a wonderful song - one of the best lyrically. I love the riff in the middle, makes my hairs stand up on my back. This song fills me with awe and I never tire of playing it. One of the best albums too (very profound and decades ahead of its time)

Earthshine: Cool song. The whole thing really, but I love Geddy's guitar work in the middle of the song.

Second Nature: The strings section....produced by the Fairey Engineering Orchestra from right here in Oldham, nr Manchester!

Grand Designs: The ending along with Geddy's "ooh oh.." vocals (you know what I mean)

2112: Overture....I needn't say any more about this really? biggrin.gif

Resist (acoustic off RiR): The whole damn thing..the song, the way it was played....when I saw them play this live at the NEC in Sept, I thought the projected images on the screen behind them were really cool - they looked so clear it was as if they were holographic images as they seemed to stand out from the screen. cool.gif

Crossraods: Hell what a cover.....I love the beat...you can dance to this its fab. 653.gif

The Seeker: Ditto 653.gif

Anthem: Another memory from my teenage years...the double guitar slam (can't describe any other way really, but you know what I mean) laugh.gif

The Necromancer: The vocal description (is this Neil?)...I always thought he sounded a little drunk... cool10.gif  fing.gif

By-Tor and The Snow Dog (Off RiR and ATWAS): The way they use the guitars to mimic the sounds of the two animals...

The Trees: The guitar bit in the middle

Bravado off RiR: Alex's guitar at the end ..wow!

I'm sure there are more... unsure.gif  

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Posted 28 November 2004 - 09:35 AM

In  "The Enemy Within" when the song slows down:

"To you, is it movement or is it action?
Is it contact or just reaction?..."


And then the rythm kicks back in and Geddy sings the chorus this time, but every other line:

"I'm not giving in ...
"I'm not missing out..."

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Posted 28 November 2004 - 03:12 PM

It was so awesome last night, to be able to tell ya'll what parts of the songs I enjoy...  biggrin.gif  




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