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Recommend some newer Rush songs.

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by NoCountry, Apr 26, 2021.

  1. NoCountry

    NoCountry Junior Member

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    l have every Rush album before Signals and they're great. But l kinda wrote them off after hearing Signals, Grace Under Pressure, Power Windows, and Hold Your Fire. My fave songs are Working Man, What You're Doing, A Passage to Bangkok, La Villa Strangiato, Anthem, Cygnus X1, Lakeside Park, YYZ, and The Camera Eye. Can someone recommend the band's 90s and newer songs that l might like.
     
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  2. Sharp Dressed Man

    Sharp Dressed Man Down South Jukin' Staff Member

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    Give "Snakes & Arrows" a spin. Superb album through and through!

    Here's a track from the album:



    The follow-up album "Clockwork Angels" is excellent too.
     
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    l listened to 4 songs on Snakes and Arrows. Much better than 80s Rush but l still much prefer everything before Signals. l'll check out Clockwork Angels later.
     
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    Black Dahlia A Seasoned Witch

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    You may like the Counterparts album from 1993.

    It was a return to their hard-rock beginnings. Alex said that he dug out his old gear from the early days for this album.

    It is a really good album... very different from the AOR albums that came before it.

    I did not care too much for Hold Your Fire, Presto, and most of Roll The Bones, but Counterparts is the old Rush... guitar, bass, drums, vocals. There is synth on it, but it is tastefully in the background to fill out the sound in places. You hardly know it's there.

    Counterparts is the last Rush album that I can listen to, start to finish.

     
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    Clockwork Angels is great! It has some fabulous music that harks back to the old days...
     

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