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MOVING PICTURES

Rush

 

Heavy Prog

4.41 | 1952 ratings

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Foolsdrummer
4 stars This is really a terrific album in it's time. They were one of the few progrockbands that still progs very well in the eighties, and this album show's. They could have give a bit more attention to their closing song, 'Vital Signs' Which turns out really bad. Witch Hunt would've been a far more better closing piece of the album. The other critic that i'm going to make is that Geddy Lee's voice is getting a little weaker. In 'Red Barchetta' this is noticeable, but fortunately the rest all suits me quite well. The drumming is great and typically Peart. Those are all really great songs to play along with your drum kit. YYZ is a magnificent instrumental piece. I really like the switches between three and four counts in 'limelight.' Into the Camera Eye' is a somewhat longer piece. I love the part in wich they switch between five and six counts

I love this album, but i don't think it's perfect or very close to perfection. It's a great album to start if you want to buy your first Rush record.

Foolsdrummer | 4/5 |

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