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Equal parts Led Zeppelin , Cream and King Crimson , Rush burst out of Canada in the early s with one of the most powerful and bombastic sounds of the decade.
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Music Rush. Swords and Souls. Papa's Pastaria. Dynamons World. Rush held auditions for a new drummer and selected Neil Peart as Rutsey's replacement.
Peart officially joined the band on July 29, , two weeks before the group's first US tour. Fly by Night , Rush's first album after recruiting Peart, saw the inclusion of the band's first epic mini-tale "By-Tor and the Snow Dog", replete with complex arrangements and a multi-section format.
Lyrical themes also underwent dramatic changes because of Peart's love for fantasy and science-fiction literature. The band followed Fly by Night quickly with Caress of Steel , a five-track album featuring two extended multi-chapter songs, "The Necromancer" and " The Fountain of Lamneth ".
Some critics said Caress of Steel was unfocused and an audacious move for the band because of the placement of two back-to-back protracted songs, as well as a heavier reliance on atmospherics and story-telling, a large deviation from Fly by Night.
Catharines, Ontario, where Peart grew up, and has been included on some of Rush's greatest hits albums. The City of St. Catharines announced in that a pavilion in Lakeside Park would be named after Peart.
In light of these events, Rush's record label tried to pressure the members into moulding their next album in a more commercially friendly and accessible fashion; the band ignored the requests and developed their next album with a minute title track divided into seven sections.
Despite this, the album was the band's first taste of significant commercial success as it reached No. AllMusic critic Greg Prato notes the album demarcates the boundary between the band's early years and the next era of their music.
After , Rush went to Wales to record A Farewell to Kings and Hemispheres at Rockfield Studios. These albums saw the band members expanding the progressive elements in their music.
They made us want to make our music more interesting and more complex and we tried to blend that with our own personalities to see what we could come up with that was indisputably us.
To achieve a broader, more progressive sound, Lifeson began to experiment with classical and twelve-string guitars , and Lee added bass-pedal synthesizers and Minimoog.
Likewise, Peart's percussion became diversified in the form of triangles , glockenspiel , wood blocks, cowbells , timpani , gong , and chimes.
Beyond instrument additions, the band kept in stride with the progressive rock trends by continuing to compose long, conceptual songs with science fiction and fantasy overtones.
As the new decade approached, Rush gradually began to dispose of its older styles of music in favour of shorter and sometimes softer arrangements.
The lyrics up to this point were heavily influenced by classical poetry, fantasy literature, science fiction, and the writings of novelist Ayn Rand , as exhibited most prominently by their song "Anthem" from Fly By Night and a specifically acknowledged derivation in The first single from Farewell to the Kings , the under three-minute " Closer to the Heart , was the band's first successful song in the UK, peaking at No.
The single released from Hemispheres was " The Trees " and while it did not chart upon release, it has come to be regarded as belonging amongst the Top 10 Rush songs.
Permanent Waves shifted Rush's style of music with the introduction of reggae and new wave elements. Moreover, because of the limited airplay Rush's previous extended-length songs received, Rush included on Permanent Waves shorter, more radio-friendly songs, such as " The Spirit of Radio " and " Freewill ", which helped the album become Rush's highest charting album to date peaking at No.
Rush joined with fellow Toronto-based rock band Max Webster on July 28, , to record "Battle Scar" for their release, Universal Juveniles.
The band accepted; the song went on, after reworking by Peart, to become " Tom Sawyer ". Rush's popularity reached its pinnacle with the release of Moving Pictures in early Moving Pictures essentially continued where Permanent Waves left off, extending the trend of accessible and commercially friendly progressive rock that helped thrust them into the spotlight.
The lead track, "Tom Sawyer", is probably the band's best-known song. Canada did not have a rock track chart at that time.
It chart positions in do not reflect its lasting popularity as it is one of the most played songs on classic rock radio in the United States,  is the most played Canadian song from before by Canadian rock radio stations during the Neilson BDS Era which started in ,  and is the fifth highest-selling Canadian digital song from the s.
Moreover, it is the third most-played Canadian song from before on Canadian rock music radio stations. The song also contained the band's heaviest usage of synthesizers yet, hinting Rush's music was shifting direction once more.
Moving Pictures became the band's first album to reach No. Following the success of Moving Pictures and having completed another four studio albums, Rush released a second live recording, Exit Stage Left , in The band underwent another stylistic change with the recording of Signals in Both feature prominent lead synthesizer lines with minimalistic guitar chords and solos.
Other previously unused instrument additions were seen in the song "Losing It", featuring collaborator Ben Mink on electric violin.
Signals also represented a drastic stylistic transformation apart from instrumental changes. The album contained Rush's biggest hit single, "New World Man",  while other more experimental songs such as "Digital Man", "The Weapon", and "Chemistry" expanded the band's use of ska , reggae, and funk.
Both singles reached the Top 50 in the UK. Although the band members consciously decided to move in this overall direction, creative differences between the band and long-time producer Terry Brown began to emerge.
The band felt dissatisfied with Brown's studio treatment of Signals , while Brown was becoming more uncomfortable with the increased use of synthesizers in the music.
The style and production of Signals were augmented and taken to new heights on Grace Under Pressure It was Peart who named the album, as he borrowed the words of Ernest Hemingway to describe what the band had to go through after making the decision to leave Terry Brown.
Producer Steve Lillywhite , who gained fame with successful productions of Simple Minds and U2 , was enlisted to produce Grace Under Pressure.
He backed out at the last moment, however, much to the ire of Lee, Lifeson and Peart. Lee said "Steve Lillywhite is really not a man of his word Musically, although Lee's use of sequencers and synthesizers remained the band's cornerstone, his focus on new technology was complemented by Peart's adaptation of Simmons electronic drums and percussion.
Lifeson's contributions on the album were decidedly enhanced, in response to the minimalistic role he played on Signals. It became the highest charter to that date in Sweden No.
All subsequent Rush albums would make the Top 20 in Finland, two peaking as high as No. With new producer Peter Collins , the band released Power Windows and Hold Your Fire The music on these two albums gives far more emphasis and prominence to Lee's multi-layered synthesizer work.
While fans and critics took notice of Lifeson's diminished guitar work, his presence was still palpable.
Lifeson, like many guitarists in the mid-to-late s, experimented with processors that reduced his instrument to echoey chord bursts and razor-thin leads.
Hold Your Fire represents both an extension of the guitar stylings found on Power Windows , and, according to Allmusic critic Eduardo Rivadavia, the culmination of this era of Rush.
Power Windows went to No. Hold Your Fire only went gold in the US whereas the previous five Rush albums had gone platinum, although it managed to peak at number 13 on the Billboard Two tracks from Hold Your Fire , " Force Ten " and "Time Stand Still", both peaked at No.
A third live album and video, A Show of Hands , was also released by Anthem and Mercury following the Power Windows and Hold Your Fire tours, demonstrating the aspects of Rush in the '80s.
A Show of Hands met with strong fan approval, but Rolling Stone critic Michael Azerrad dismissed it as "musical muscle" with 1.
After Rush's departure in , Mercury released a double platinum two-volume compilation of their Rush catalogue, Chronicles Rush started to deviate from its s style with the albums Presto and Roll the Bones.
Produced by record engineer and musician Rupert Hine , these two albums saw Rush shedding much of its keyboard-saturated sound.
Beginning with Presto , the band opted for arrangements notably more guitar-centric than the previous two studio albums.
Although synthesizers were still used in many songs, the instrument was no longer featured as the centrepiece of Rush's compositions.
While musically these albums do not deviate significantly from a general pop-rock sound, Rush incorporated traces of other musical styles.
From Roll the Bones , " Dreamline No. The transition from synthesizers to more guitar-oriented and organic instrumentation continued with Counterparts  and its follow-up, Test for Echo , again both produced in collaboration with Peter Collins.
Up to this point, Counterparts  and Test For Echo were two of Rush's most guitar-driven albums. The latter album also includes elements of jazz and swing-style drumming by Peart, which he had learned from Freddie Gruber during the interim between Counterparts and Test For Echo.
Test for Echo reached the Top 5 in both countries, with the title track again topping the US Mainstream Rock Tracks Chart.
In October , in support of Test For Echo , the band embarked on a North American tour, the band's first without an opening act and dubbed "An Evening with Rush".
The tour was broken up into two segments spanning October through December and May through July After the conclusion of the Test for Echo tour in , the band entered a five-year hiatus primarily due to personal tragedies in Peart's life.
Peart's daughter Selena died in a car crash in August , followed by the death of his wife Jacqueline from cancer in June At some point in his journey, Peart decided to return to the band.
Peart's book Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road is a chronicle of his journey. In the book, he writes of how he had told his bandmates at Selena's funeral, "consider me retired.
Mixed by producer Paul Northfield and engineered by Terry Brown, it features recorded performances from the band's Counterparts , Test For Echo , and A Farewell to Kings tours, marking the band's fourth live album.
After a time of grief and recovery, and while visiting long-time Rush photographer Andrew MacNaughtan in Los Angeles, Peart was introduced to his future wife, photographer Carrie Nuttall.
Peart and Nuttall married on September 9, In January , Lee, Lifeson, and Peart came together to see if they could reassemble the band.
According to Peart, "We laid out no parameters, no goals, no limitations, only that we would take a relaxed, civilized approach to the project.
With the help of producer Paul Northfield , the band returned in May with Vapor Trails , written and recorded in Toronto.
To herald the band's comeback, the single and lead track from the album, " One Little Victory ", was designed to grab the attention of listeners with its rapid guitar and drum tempos.
According to the band, the entire developmental process for Vapor Trails was extremely taxing and took approximately 14 months to finish, by far the longest the band had ever spent writing and recording a studio album.
To celebrate the band's 30th anniversary, June saw the release of Feedback , an extended play recorded in suburban Toronto featuring eight covers of such artists as Cream, The Who and The Yardbirds , bands the members of Rush cite as inspiration around the time of their inception.
On September 24, , the concert at The Festhalle in Frankfurt, Germany was filmed for a DVD titled R 30th Anniversary World Tour , which was released on November 22, This release omitted eight songs also included on Rush in Rio ; the complete concert was released on Blu-ray on December 8,Wednesday, October 21st, Alex Lifeson New Painting for Kidney Foundation Auction Alex Lifeson has been painting Libes Test offering his works to raise money for the Kidney Foundation through their annual Brush of Hope campaign for years. The members of Rush shared a strong work Bluff Ravensburger, desiring to accurately recreate songs from their albums when playing live performances. January 23, Retrieved January 18,