Rush - Rush


7.6 | 220 votes |
Release date: March 1974
Style: Progressive rock

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01. Finding My Way
02. Need Some Love
03. Take A Friend
04. Here Again
05. What You're Doing
06. In The Mood
07. Before And After
08. Working Man

Guest review by
Horlequism
Rating:
8.4
It's very hard to trace the complex musical structures and deep lyrical content of Canada's progressive rock trio Rush back to their first album. This self-titled debut contains fun loving songs about having a good time, loving hard, partying and working for a living. It is quite evident that the lofty and multifaceted lyrical continuity of the noted 'master drummer' Neil Pert does not grace this album at all; Neil doesn't appear until 1975 on Rush's grandiose prog rock debut Fly by Night.

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published 07.07.2006 | Comments (8)

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06.02.2012 - 19:42
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
An impressive start to the career of one of the most talented and forward-thinking bands ever. It sounds ridiculously simple compared to their later releases, but who cares? It's still a good little rocker.
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31.12.2012 - 00:25
Rating: 8
bblitz
Rush is an amazing band,very good musicians,very mysterious though,like that.
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12.07.2016 - 10:00
Rating: 5
TrueMetalJope
Weak song except "Working Man"
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The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../
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