AdayTripper
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Join date: Aug 2005
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#1
I've heard several of their more popular songs, and they're an awesome band. Very talented.
I usually chronicle a band from their beginnings to end when choosing to begin listening to them.
I hear all their stuff is consistant, and good though. So I ask of the Rush fanatics.
Which songs?
Which albums?
Where do I begin?
Last edited by AdayTripper at Aug 16, 2006,
FreewayJam
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#2
Get A Farewell to Kings and Hemispheres first.
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Maet
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#3
A Farewell To Kings
Vapor Trails
Permanent Waves
Moving Pictures
GnRrelease_it
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#4
2112 Overture.


hey aren't you the guy that shat himself and asked for help from the Pit?
Imagine if you were a drummer, and you accidentally picked up two magic wands instead of sticks. There you are, keeping the beat, the next thing you know, your bass player turns into a can of soup.
Supreme WarHawk
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#5
I'd say Permanent Waves and Moving Pictures first, then A Farewell to Kings and Hemispheres. But then again, basically anything would be a good choice.
AdayTripper
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#7
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2112 Overture.


hey aren't you the guy that shat himself and asked for help from the Pit?

Quit lying to people.
Sideshow Raheem
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#8
A Farewell to Kings and 2112. Then get Hemispheres and either Permenant Waves or Moving Pictures.
Andrewbiles
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#9
Please search, there have been a ton of Rush threads.
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