This 1975 rock album began to define Rush’s identity after the late Neil Peart joined the band on drums and lyrics. We look at how they treated their band as a business to try to understand the particular blend of instrument solos and libertarian ideology that later defined them.
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- Rush Dedicates Newest Album To Rod Serling
- Rush: The Complete Album-by-Album Guide
- The History Of Rush by Geddy Lee & Alex Lifeson: The Early Years
- Men At Work By Paul Elliott
- Rush-BTO’s Heavy Metal Challengers
- Success Under Pressure
- Rush: ‘You have no freedom. You do what you’re told to do. By the socialists’
- Flohil, R. (1975.) Rush: living the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. The Canadian Composer (97).