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4.11 | 1935 ratings

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5 stars Growing up in a small Northern Ontario city was all about listening to RUSH albums and "2112" was definitely played in my house a ton. IMHO 2112 is the defining moment for RUSH prog a progressive rock. Complete with the 21 Min epic "2112" Rush transports us back into the temple of Syrinx and into the future with "Twilight Zone". As always the line- up are the 3 young Alex Lifeson (guitars), Neil Peart (drums) and Geddy Lee (bass, vocals). Long standing friend Hugh Syme also appears on "Tears" playing some very lovely mellotron (which may be the only RUSH album with mellotron!). Musically these guys were and still are superb, but there is something extra special about "2112"... something that can only be explained by listening to this album. Hate to say it but for me this is a pure masterpiece...!
loserboy | 5/5 |


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