#3
I've started to get more into Rush over the past couple of months.

Feedback is the only CD of theirs I own on CD, but I've got quite a few on vinyl. I need to get them on CD, though, so I can put them on my computer and iPod.
#4
Old Rush really rocks. Hemispheres, Fly by night, 2112, All the worlds a stage is a killer live album.
#5
Quote by TheHeartbreaker
I've started to get more into Rush over the past couple of months.

Feedback is the only CD of theirs I own on CD, but I've got quite a few on vinyl. I need to get them on CD, though, so I can put them on my computer and iPod.


if you want to hear a live song that proves someone out there is better than John Bonham, listen to any YYZ version live

huge zep fan but peart's better

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#6
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I've started to get more into Rush over the past couple of months.

Feedback is the only CD of theirs I own on CD, but I've got quite a few on vinyl. I need to get them on CD, though, so I can put them on my computer and iPod.
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#7
dude neal peart is the god of drums there is no comparison. His solo's actually have a constant tempo and he makes a song like sound out of them. Bonham just whacks the drums. He has skill but he doesn't (didn't) know how to use it in his solo's.
#8
The more recent Rush albums are far superior to the old albums if you ask me. I constantly listen to everything Rush did from Presto onward, although every now and then I'll give Permanent Waves and A Farewell To Kings a spin.
#9
anyone without a lot of Rush albums needs to get Rush in Rio. It's a monster of a Live CD. The sound quality isn't amazing since it was in an open air soccer stadium but it showcases the greatest drum solo in the history of history.