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Your Favorite Rush Album From Each Decade/Time Period (Including Live Albums)?

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Your Favorite Rush Album From Each Decade/Time Period (Including Live Albums)?  

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  1. 1. Your Favorite Rush Album From the 70's?

    • Rush
    • Fly by Night
    • Caress of Steel
    • 2112
    • A Farewell to Kings
    • Hemispheres
    • All the World's a Stage
  2. 2. Your Favorite Rush Album From the 80's?

    • Permanent Waves
    • Moving Pictures
    • Signals
    • Grace Under Pressure
    • Power Windows
    • Hold Your Fire
    • Presto
    • Exit...Stage Left
    • A Show of Hands
  3. 3. Your Favorite Rush Album From the 90's?

    • Roll the Bones
    • Counterparts
    • Test for Echo
    • Different Stages
  4. 4. Your Favorite Rush Album from the 21st Century?

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I'm really surprised how much love Hemi and PW have on this site. 

I like them too, but they're no 2112 or MP, not in my opinion. 

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On 5/30/2023 at 10:46 PM, laughedatbytime said:


Yeah, don't believe I've ever seen things arranged this way before.  I'll go with:


Permanent Waves

Moving Pictures

Different Stages

Clockwork Angels

You can't pick 2 80s albums off the bat.  But you got the rest of them right.

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On 6/24/2023 at 2:23 PM, condemned2bfree said:

Double Agent is such a great song.

Sooo tiiight!



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On 5/31/2023 at 3:33 PM, Alex’s Amazing Arpeggios said:





Those are my picks as well.


What still gets to me to this day about CA is the mix. I mean.....on VT...I got it. It was an 18 month process, Neil even coming back was a miracle......and they even used original jams on the final recordings of some songs.....I was just happy Rush was back and it was a passionate recording even though it makes my ears bleed (the original mix and master) on a full listen. 


But Clockwork Angels........the albums material is so freaking strong...just a glorious last record of their career front to back but that damn mix is so freaking dense....like zero space between Geddy, Alex and Neil a muddy mess for Rush’s standards......just wow. And to think this was the same producer who mixed Snakes and Arrows which was a return to form after VT in terms of sonic quality. 


I would love CA to get a full remix from Steven Wilson.....shit I would love for Steven Wilson to give all their prime material (2112 thru HYF) the remix treatment he gave Yes’s prime albums. Oh how freaking insane would that be!!!!!

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