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Rush

 

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2.81 | 171 ratings

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2 stars This is an EP of covers that Rush put together so that they would have new material to play during their 30th anniversary tour. I absolutely love this EP. These are fun songs to listen to and to hear Rush's interpretation of. Unlike many music fans, I tend to like cover songs and hearing a band apply their style to well-known music. And of course, I am a huge Rush fan, although there are many huge Rush fans who don't like this covers album. These songs are all songs that they used to play when they were playing hole in the wall bars. I like their interpretation of all of the songs on this EP, however, their version of Summertime Blues is especially good. In the parts of the original version where the vocalist would sing in a deep bass voice, Rush inserts drum fills and bass lines instead. On MikeEnRegalia's ratingfreak website, I gave this album a 9.0 rating for being an excellent album, because I really, really enjoy it. However, I will reel in my fanboyism on PA, and rate it accordingly as a 2 star album because it is for collectors/fans only. I think it is an album that all classic rock fans can enjoy, especially those that don't mind cover versions.
rushfan4 | 2/5 |

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