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FLY BY NIGHT

Rush

 

Heavy Prog

3.31 | 797 ratings

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Finnforest
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3 stars The first stirrings of the potential to come...

Anthem kicks off in a big way and the addition of Peart was truly riveting. The songwriting was growing by leaps and bounds as evidenced by By-Tor and In the End. BBB is another stellar rocker. There are a few static moments on side 2 but all in all this was the true blast- off for Rush and a relief for 70s rock fans who may have started to see some cracks in the Zeppelin machine even though Presence was still coming. I also love the easter egg video of Anthem (live) and the look of determination on Peart's face as he sets out to prove himself. It would not take long for the fans to believe. Rush was now ready to get down to business.

Finnforest | 3/5 |

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