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3.95 | 1231 ratings

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5 stars The last of Rush's perfect masterpieces. The last with producer Terry Brown. This album, of course, would appeal to fans of Rush's music and people with grievances of Geddy Lee's voice. I have a problem with neither, but this would be a good starter to recommend to anyone who has a problem with Geddy Lee. Lee's voice is relatively laid back here without the cat getting caught in the vacuum cleaner. Musically, everything melds together perfectly. A crossroads between their past, and an omen to the future. Highlights include the closer Countdown with samples from the Kennedy Space Centre of grond control during a Space Shuttle Launch. Countless prog.rock metal bands have been inspired by this track since. Subdivisions has an amazing ending with Neil Peart playing at his fractured wrist best...he's almost superhuman. The real highlight here is the track Losing It which features some guest electric violin from FM's Ben Mink. One of the better Rush jams when things get a little hairy. New World Man is very Police- like. I'm sure you've all heard it. Rush's Signals is a must own prog.rock masterpiece.
Gooner | 5/5 |


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